Camera Tazer

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About: AKA Roborovski, and Cowscankill for several years. I'm a mechanical engineering undergrad.

I have seen many camera tazers, but none on this website that are illustrated all the way step-by-step.All you need is an old disposable camera, prefferreably Kodak. All brands work, but all are different. I found kodak the easiest type to make a tazer out of.

So, i am posting mine. It comes from a Kodak Powerflash, and can give 380 volts. i hope you enjoy

Step 1: Opening the Camera

first, peel of the stickers to reveil the tab things you are supposed pop open.

using a flathead screwdriver, pop open the tabs.

Step 2: Reorganization

follow the notes, it's easier that way.

Step 3: Chip Chipping

though you are not "chipping the chip" you are going to modify it.
sorry for blurry pictures.

Step 4: Real Modification

in this step, you are actually going to modify it.

this process takes patience.

Step 5: Re-installation

put the middle into the front, and the middle/front into the back. cut off the side tabs to put on and remove the back easier.

Step 6: Finished!

now you need to put the battery back in. after use,TAKE IT OUT.
to use, install battery, click flash, and touch the wires.

DON NOT TOUCH ANYONE WITH THIS!!!!!! 380 volts really hurts, trust me. Hopefully yours will not kill because they are low in amps

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    jggammer

    8 years ago on Step 3

    wile making this i zapped my self curse you camera i might just not turn this into a tazer maby a airsoft target >:)

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    amcmorris1

    5 years ago on Step 6

    I tried this.. failed shocked myself, it's not that bad just feels weird in your veins

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    alfamc2

    5 years ago on Step 6

    you should really add a disclaimer for injuries /:

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    jockkitto16

    6 years ago on Introduction

    hahaha, i made one of these and tested it with my dad by shorting out the skin contacts with a screw dirver, it makes one hell of a bang!

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    Gromotka

    10 years ago on Step 2

    on the second step of this page,sorry im completely new to working with electricity, will touching the copasitor with a screw driver that has a plastic handle run the risk of shocking me at all? what do you mean by touch?

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    RhamkotaGromotka

    Reply 7 years ago on Step 2

    It would just jump to the other side (it would rather travel through the metal than you) so you don't need insulation.

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    KaivenGromotka

    Reply 10 years ago on Step 2

    okay, if you use a plastic handle, you wont get shocked. you may jump when it makes a spark though.

    plastic is a resistor = doesn't conduct

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    jelmer2209Kaiven

    Reply 7 years ago on Step 2

    I putted some tape around my metal screwdriver. Didnt get shocked but It makes a pretty loud spark xD

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    Kaivenchip123

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    um... No, I thought resisters didn't conduct elctricity, and conducters did.

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    Kaivenxproplayer

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    well, i mean... uh... i thought it was resistors and conductors... OH, you mean a resistor component/electrical piece?

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    xproplayerKaiven

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    yea the resistance is determined by how much plastic and how much metal is in the resisance

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    scampxproplayer

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    dont know what that ment but if the volts or current is high enuf its can get u but now where near volts or current amps watever to get u from this cap