Pocket Tazer

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Intro: Pocket Tazer

This is a TAZER I made out of a $4 electric fly swatter

Step 1: Dismantling the Fly Swatter

Unscrew the swatter and remove the racket it should look like this inside

Step 2: Connecting the Rods

Take a coat hanger and cut two metal bars off if it. In the handle there should be two small wires that connected from the circuit board to the racket Tahoe the two rods and hot glue them on there then glue the rods on to the outer edge of the handle. Once your done with that put the handle back together and your done!

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    11 Discussions

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    Beebleblox

    10 months ago

    Ill be making one as soon as I have the bug racket

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    DEEJAY642

    2 years ago

    i then added a shooting feature so you can hit a target (humans) up to 1.5 meters away!!!!! i will load it on if you want

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    DEEJAY642

    2 years ago

    hahahaha what a laugh i just made one of these the other day but my first attempt failed and everytime i pressed the button it gave me a shock!!!!! and trust me it HURTS like crazy!!!!!!!!!!!!!! expecially when your not expecting it!!!

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    EpicMinecrafter870

    3 years ago

    5000v!!?? That beats my camera tazer which puts out 330v

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    ParaGunner1324

    3 years ago

    If you want to spend 9 dollars and get a real taser go to Amazon.com and search vipertek vts 881. It's 3 and 1/2 inches long and has got a super bright flashlight.

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    monterreymachito

    5 years ago

    Remember the unit still delivers a charge when off unless discharged. I found that discharging the unit on a surface of aluminized Mylar works well and makes a satisfying POP along with a bright flash.

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    theweekendwarrior

    5 years ago on Step 2

    Dude that's awesome!!
    I think you should try and adapt a higher voltage battery to really bring the pain though...
    >:)