Lazy Man's Kodak Camera Mini Taser (400+ Volts)

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

This is a follow up for my other taser video. This one shows how I made it.
Ignore my friend, he's ridiculous.

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    Mudbud

    8 years ago on Introduction

    lol Ive tasered myself with this 8 times already!! fun fun fun... waiting for a victim...MWAHAHAH cowsCANkill!!! BTW. do you paint those nails? ROFL

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    bears0

    7 years ago on Introduction

    i did this a while back and right now we have a "varmint" in our garage. I took 2 large pieces of aluminium foil and put them on the floor, hooked em up to the tazer, baited it and just waiting for the little pipsqueak to come out. lol

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    Krb686

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I'm mad because every disposable circuit I open up has a different configuration to where i can't just snip off the corner and still have it work correctly. For the record though, you shouldn't connect a 330v rated cap to a 400v supply. Ratings are there for a reason.

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    J-Manoo7

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Beastly! You should make a follow up 'ible to show us how to put all of the circuitry into the tic-tac container! 5*!

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    PYH

    8 years ago on Introduction

    oh ya and cut ur fingernails lol

    Um guys i am made my tazer based off of this video lol and should be putting up picks soon but i may have a question ....is it safe to use 8 AA batteries and tow cameras :_l cause i think i may have used a bit of over kill and amped it to 20000 instead of the 500 with two batteries um is that if so facto safe ??

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    Safe? Probably. Keep away from heart.... Amps are dangerous. Voltage is not. There are 1 million voltage tazers out there with less than .3 amps. But using 8 batteries? That's too much. 2 batteries can fry the circuit, possibly. Using 8 for two cameras is the same as 4 for 1 camera. Way too many batteries.