Shrike exploder info...

#1
What sort of battery would I need ? can you recharge a used one ?

thanks.
 
#3
Thanks

£140 for a new one....

Buksheesh anyone :wink:
 
#8
If it's just a hobby..... surely 2 pieces of tin foil a piece of foam (with holes in it) .... a couple of pieces of wire and a battery pack will do ... 8O
 
#9
Alternatively ..... a box (plastic is good) with 4 micro switches (hot glued into it) a connector for a 9v battery & black and tan will suffice..... :D
 
#11
Flying Felix said:
Can't wait to read the future ammunition accident investigation report! :wink:
Don't discourage them FF. They'll keep us in work for years! :lol:
 
#12
Flying Felix said:
Can't wait to read the future ammunition accident investigation report! :wink:
You mean "I was only trying what they told me on ARRSE...." isn't a valid excuse?? 8O
 
#13
surely 2 pieces of tin foil a piece of foam (with holes in it) .... a couple of pieces of wire and a battery pack will do ...
&

a box (plastic is good) with 4 micro switches (hot glued into it) a connector for a 9v battery & black and tan will suffice.....
Personally, I'll do neither of the above and enjoy many more years of contented life, with large plates of chips & custard and lashings of ginger beer. :wink:
 
#14
Plant-Pilot said:
Flying Felix said:
Can't wait to read the future ammunition accident investigation report! :wink:
You mean "I was only trying what they told me on ARRSE...." isn't a valid excuse?? 8O
PP, if I do the investigation, it'll be good enough for me. :wink: As for the rest of them, well, who can say...............
 
#15
obviously , for the deadliest IED known to man , just throw one of the old ration tins of jam on a fire and retreat to a safe distance , stickier than napalm mate !!!
 
#16
BFG 9000 said:
On a related note,

Anyone know where I can get hold of a combination switch?
(L5A1) I think?


TTFN

BFG
Going into the pyrotechnics display trade for Nov 5th?

Come to think of it.......where CAN you get one?
 
#17
God knows how....but i've got one...complete :twisted: found it in a bag of bits..pm me if you are desperate for it.(a combi switch that is...not a shrike..lol)
 
#18
shortfuse said:
obviously , for the deadliest IED known to man , just throw one of the old ration tins of jam on a fire and retreat to a safe distance , stickier than napalm mate !!!
Fair one. Buggered if I'm going anywhere near one of those.
 
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