Nerf Taser Gun



here is how to make a nerf taser.

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Step 1: Making the Bullet

when you take a part a disposable camera there is a circuit board with a capacitor attached. Cut the capacitor but not all the way down, you'll need some room so you can charge it. once you've cut it off make sure to discharge it or else you'll get tased/ not when cutting the capacitor off make sure what ever you are cutting the capacitor off make sure it has a rubber grip/ now take a nerf bullet and take the sticky part off then take your capacitor and tape it to the bullet. You are done all you have is charge it ya/ be careful when charging/.

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      10 years ago

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