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DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME : Text files and message bases are for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. Do not undertake any project based upon any information obtained from this or any other web site.We are not responsible for, nor do we assume any liability for, damages resulting from the use of any information on this site.The Shock Throwing Knife(\"shock\" because \"lightning\" and \"bolt\" throwing knives already exist) is something ive developed over the past few weeks this summer. Its a double sided throwing knife that sticks easily on both ends if properly put together(good for people who cant hit one end worth a shit). You also better damn appreciate this because ive cut, sliced, and bled both my hands to death making this
-Pair of double angled scissors
-Bench Saw/Home Sharpener
Now the first thing you do is look at the scisors and find the large end of the screw that keeps them together. This is ussually unscrewable with a pair of plyers and some you can even get off with just a screwdriver. Others though you have to pop off the top. First take the razor blade and make a decent spaceing around the larger end of the blot.
Next take the screwdriver and try to pop it out. Opening the scissors can help make the area bigger and closing them around it helps. If that fails or your just sick of stabbing yourelf with the screwdriver you can take it to the bench saw and just grind it off.
Now that you have the two sides of the scissors here comes the tough part. First look and see if your handles are plastic or gel then follow the next step accordingly.
-If your scissors are gel like the ones above you need to take the razor blade and slice through one end of it untill you can just take the blade out of there. One side is usually thinner than the other which helps in sawing down to remove the gel. It also helps if you slice through the sides first, that makes cutting through the middle eaiser.
-If the handles are a hard plastic then go about center point between each end(marked by the black dot above) and just hammer a nail through there. The plastic will break appart and you can remove or just shake off the remaining peices.
Now that the knife has been stripped down to the blades, take the two ends(they should look as above) and place them in a simmilar fasion. Now the best way to get them to stick is welding but if your like me and cant be trusted not to burn all their arm hair off, superglue works fine. Stick it, let it dry, and re-glue around the edges
Your almost done, you can take some electrical tape or something and wrap it around the center to make a \"soft spot\". All you need to do is go into your garage and find a bench saw or sharpening wheel and grind that sucker so its sharp enough to go clean through drywall(will stick with wood but glue will loosen, welding will fix this problem). Now if you want to make some sort of sheith for it, just double fold some duct tape so it will fit around the sharp edges(something i dont want to take the time to do). And now you got yourself a fully capable Shock Throwing Knife developed by: