Candy Box Taser

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Its a disposable camera taser in a candy box. small, dicreet, and as strong as those other disposable camera tasers. (good for shocking your friends(enemies))

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Step 1: Your Materials

What You Need:
-Candy Box(one that can fit a battery)
-a disposable camera (FujiFilm Works Best)
-thin Wires
-Soldering Iron(along with soldering resin)
-small screws (for the shock prongs)
get all these!!

Step 2: The Circuit Board

tear the camera apart and find this(circuit board) and take it out!

Step 3: Put It Todether

im lazy so i jus drew this to demostrate what you have to do
it may be hard for some of you, but youll get it sooner or later

Step 4: Show Off

if you got it and made one good job youre smart! i made it un-understandable cuz im lazy, and to keep idiots from making them, if they wanna make one let them make a big bulky one so we cud see them coming at us with it.

once you get good you make all sorts of em and maybe sell them, one guy said he'd buy one off me for 30bucks, i paid like 8bucks at most.

check out the pics!!

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    67 Discussions

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    hinge

    11 years ago on Introduction

    The expression "taser" keeps popping up and anybody using it should know the difference between a stun gun an a taser

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    hingepyrofirelighter

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Well,there's only one thing connecting taser and a stun gun.High voltage.Otherwise it's difficult to find anything which they share.One fires darts with taser,which need to hit the target to have any effect,any taser is easily 3 times more expensive than any stun gun and much more expensive to "maintain".A stun gun is a device which you have to press against a target to get "the spark"going.So we're talking distance and easiness to use.It's difficult to think about homebrewed Kodak "shockers" in terms of a stungun.

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    sunjum

    6 years ago on Step 4

    Hey, could you please take a clear picture of the circuit board? i dont wanna mess around and potentially shock my self

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    qwaz

    9 years ago on Introduction

    what would be a suitible plastic box for it?

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    carscanpoo

    11 years ago on Introduction

    oh come on dude when i first made my tazer i shocked myself 5 different times and it didnt hurt too much. if you want a heart attack go swimming in gas then taze yourself.=)

    5 replies

    it depends on how you touch it. i mad eone while back and zapped my forearm. nothin really. but if you touch the two contacts with one finger each from each hand, then currect travels through the chest, and any organs that might be there.

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    El Mano

    10 years ago on Introduction

    For those of us (like myself) with a very basic understanding of electronics and related items (including capacitors) what happens to the victim?
    How much does it hurt, does it leave any lasting damage (I read shockhappy's comment about "taser tattoos"), are you completely positive this will not kill a person, etc. I don't want to be beaten to a pulp because I tased someone into last year.

    3 replies

    leaves two small burn marks where the two pieces short through you. but nothing serious. Arm might be sore for 15 minutes. but it has around 500V of shock, according to mine anyway. but Volts dont Kill you, amps do. like a car battery has 12 V but over 6 Amps, and real tazers have like 900000000000000V but a small number of amps. so no need to be scared. its really cool once u make it. but make the one with the camera. looks hardcore.

    the worst damage from this is two burns and a your arm, no one has ever needed CPR or been killed it's not 500volts it's 300volts at about 18milli amps.