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Capacitor bullet?

16 Dec 2019
@ 12:36 pm (GMT)

Warwick Marflitt

So if Lead is dead and Copper ain't proper? Why not step into the electronic age and have a projectile that's a capacitor that lets out a lethal electric shock once inside the animals chest cavity stopping the heart ? No need for any expansion or mushrooming! Just accurately park the projectile next to the organ and Zap flop. A pin hole wound and blood fulled dead animal???? Problem solved. Of course you would only charge the capacitor projectile before cambering it to fire and have a means to discharge a charged one if not fired???? I think too much when I'm topping the paddocks.......


16 Dec 2019
@ 12:55 pm (GMT)

Luis Vazquez

Re: Capacitor bullet?
As long as it don't burn or cook too much meat upon impact all good
18 Dec 2019
@ 12:57 am (GMT)

Frank Vallich

Re: Capacitor bullet?
How about an iron core with two seperate windings to take advantage of STATICALLY INDUCED EMF or DYNAMICALLY INDUCED EMF? No copper - No Lead - Just a pulse. No fear of burning either.
20 Dec 2019
@ 12:46 am (GMT)

Paul Leverman

Re: Capacitor bullet?
Or you could just use palladium, rhodium, tungsten, or platinum. All very similar to lead, without the toxicity.
20 Dec 2019
@ 03:42 am (GMT)

Joshua Mayfield

Re: Capacitor bullet?
So... Based on what sells, you could market it as Long Range Tazing and be filthy rich in a couple months.

You have a fascinating mind, Warwick.


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