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sarge40
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Detonator

Post by sarge40 »

Should I make one of these?

Would anyone be interested in one?

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might be depending on price I guess
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Hello

That is a firing device or exploder not a detonator

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Me too depending on the price!
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I've got a working one if you want pictures of the insides?

sarge40
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Thanks SplinterA, post some pics, I'd love to see how it works.

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Post by GraemeMac »

I think you'd struggle to replicate the inner workings.

When I was in the market for a Gluhzundapparat, I considered 'making' one - and simply having a battery and contacts inside. But even at that, I'm not sure you'd get the same charge/current from it. The real ones don't half give off a serious zap!


I bided my time, saved my money, and bought a real Gluhzundapparat 39.


Don't zap yourself with one, take it from me it's f*cking sore :P
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Post by SplinterA »

sarge40 wrote:I'd love to see how it works.
You know how an electric motor works?
Like that but in reverse. You move a coil in a magnetic field, induction they call it.

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