Tazer Gauntlet

Introduction: Tazer Gauntlet

Probably one of many similar instructables, but I think this adds a bit of bad-assery to the wearer, as it is part of a night riding suit. For the inner vigilante wannabe in you...

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Step 1: Materials

Glove + Tazer + Solder + Soldering Iron

Step 2: Mark Your Terminals

space your terminals maximum one inch apart so the current can still arc in between. This makes for an intimidating light and sound effect.

Step 3: Gut Your Tazer

become familiar with the circuitry and eliminate the things you don't need. I took out the flashlight LED and decided to use it for another project.

Step 4: Test Your Circuitry

Make sure your circuitry survived the gutting.

Step 5: Arrange the Wires to Your Taste

you can use bright colored wires for style, black for stealth

Step 6: Glue Everything Together and Behold the Awesomeness!

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    5 Discussions

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    Dante001
    Dante001

    4 years ago

    What kind of tazer did you use

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    Gavin Hebert
    Gavin Hebert

    5 years ago

    what kind of glove are you using and where did you get it?

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    ischaramoochie
    ischaramoochie

    Reply 5 years ago

    thanks! i just used ordinary open-finger motorcycle gloves that have rubber pads.

    Why does everyone keep using Project boxes?

    I just carved out the rubber part (that looks badass) and put all the circutry in that..

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    Gavin Hebert
    Gavin Hebert

    5 years ago

    This is pretty awesome