James Bond CIA Gadget Challenge

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Joined May 16, 2012
Hey guys,

The other day my friend and I got into a debate about Bond/CIA gadgets and he swears its impossible to create a lethal tazer small enough to hide inside the housing of a ballpoint pen. I came here to get some help from the professionals! Can someone please give me enough information on this (some equations or components list, etc.) so I can prove to him its possible? Any help is really appreciated because we have a pretty stiff bet on this.



Joined Dec 15, 2009

Guess you have read this:

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Joined Apr 5, 2008

I am closing the thread as we do not want anybody getting hurt.
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