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Unread postAuthor: MikeNice » Sun Dec 10, 2006 1:14 am

That's way funny, ballsey too. The only stun gun shock I've ever taken was 50k and 1. it hurt like hell, 2. it was an accident, 3. I WAS pissed about it even though I managed to maintain "control" and 4. I wouldn't do it again. Screw that, stun guns hurt. This one is all you.
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Unread postAuthor: frankrede » Sun Dec 10, 2006 2:21 am

pyrogeek wrote:Have people not heard about the little propane fittings yet? They can be found with grill stuff at some stores and they are used to hook a 1lb disposable tank up to a grill regulator. The threads are 1/4 NPT. They work perfectly and are still cheaper than a torch head even if you buy a nice ball valve to thread onto it.

The only taps I have are a 1/4NPT, and 1/8NPT, and I use one of my dads taps for cutting bolt threads for ignition. Taps costed probably less than $5 for each pipe tap, and like $15 for the small tap kit my dad bought at Harbor Freight.

If you have a soldering iron and possibly a multi meter, you may be able to find what fried in the stun gun, and fix it. I fried the traces on an electronic grill ignitor once, and after soldering wire onto it it worked just fine. I managed to fry it by hooking it up to a power supply I salvaged off a printer, it was the largest one I could find in my room. Then I Fried the thing for good after running it off that power supply again for a long time.

I blew all of the circuits from the capacitors to through all of the switches,my whole cirquit board is out, not worth the trouble, I'll just buy a new one.
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