Are you tired of Big Brother tracking your every move by scanning and logging the RFID chip secretly embedded in your carry pistol? The one-off electronic ‘rfiddler’ EMP gun (pictured) might just have the firepower, er, wattage, you need to beat The Man at his own game . . .
It’s cobbled together from a pile of batteries, a copper coil, two huge capacitors, an .mp3 player and a working Nerf dart gun. You can build it for about $100 if you’re as handy with a soldering gun as with a six-gun.
As an anti-materiel weapon, it can deprogram RFID chips out to an effective range of, maybe, six inches. As an anti-personnel weapon, it can fire foam Nerf darts and disorient government agents with a dazzling muzzle flash. Recoil is reported to be mild.
Full review to follow, as soon as someone builds one for us.
(Full details at codeninja.de)