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Hooking up a stun gun

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Hooking up a stun gun

Unread postAuthor: Gnobbes » Mon Oct 02, 2006 7:17 am

I've got a couple pnu guns under my belt, but this is the first combustion gun I've made.
I want to do it up nice. I've built and installed the propane meter and on-board tank. I plan on a chamber fan. And I got a good deal on a 65,000 volt stun gun.

My question is: Is it necessary to solder the stun gun electrodes to the flyback wire? Or will crimp connectors work just as well?

I haven't soldered anything since Jr High shop class, and while I can probably pull it off, I don't really want to mess with it.

Any feedback and/or advice is appreciated.
Thanks
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Unread postAuthor: experament_u2 » Mon Oct 02, 2006 8:22 am

ok well i know nothing about stun guns because i live in Australia but iv seen people open them up and put them in project boxes and customize switches and things
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