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Sulfuric Snap Trap

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Sulfuric Snap Trap

Part's:

2x Wood Board's or Plank's
http://i00.i.aliimg.com/photo/219559685/Wood_Plank.jpg
1x Small Board
http://biorust.com/tutorials/ps-woodenplank/step0500.jpg
2x Bracket's
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/productImages/300/10/10731e50-5e45-486c-8bc9-105a197476b5_300.jpg
18x Screw's
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/9b/Clamshell_Pack_004.jpg
1x Roll of Duct Tape
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/89/Duct-tape.jpg
1x Large Vase
http://www.puji.com/media/catalog/product/l/u/lurus.jpg
1x Spring
http://thumbs.dreamstime.com/x/metal-spring-9033889.jpg
1x Hook Screw
http://www.liftingrigging.com/up_files/image/Article/2008/05/15/37706001.jpg
1x Eye Screw
http://images.orgill.com/200x200/1040468.jpg
1x Small Hammer
http://www.harborfreight.com/media/...b33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/i/m/image_16058.jpg
10x Nail's
http://www.nscblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/nails.jpg
1x Door Hinge
http://www.directdoorhardware.com/assets/images/sure-loc/mischardware/rh1035_hinges.jpg
1x Trip Wire System
http://www.mathcs.emory.edu/~cheung/Courses/171/Syllabus/7-Sort/FIGS/0/tripwire.gif
3-5x Car Batteries
http://nadacarvalue.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/walmart-car-battery-prices.jpg

Tool's:
Hammer
Drill
Hot Plate
http://www.inductionhotplate.net/wp...plate/Hot_Plate_Electric_Stove_ES_025_720.jpg
Laboratory Glass Ware
http://www.veegee.com/images/vee_gee_glassware.jpg

This is a simple but dangerous trap based off two of my previous trap's the Chlorine Snap Trap and my old sulfuric trap. The trap consists of two wood boards, two brackets, eighteen screws, duct tape, a vase, a heavy spring, a hook screw, a eye screw, a small wood piece, a small hammer, ten nails, a hinge, a trip wire system and several car batteries. A drill and hammer are required for construction and, a hot plate and laboratory glass ware are required to slowly boil away the water in the battery acid solution. The two wood boards are secured together with the two brackets and eight screws into an L shape. The vase is placed on the corner of the wooden boards and taped to the boards with duct tape. Across from the vase a heavy spring is nailed to the bottom board with four nails, and between the spring and vase the hinge is screwed into place. A small wood board is screwed to the hinge with two screws, the small hammer is then screwed into place onto the small board. A eye screw is screwed onto the end of the bottom board and a hook screw onto small board w/ the hammer, the eye & hook screw are used to keep the hammer locked in place until the trip wire is triggered. Then several car batteries are emptied of their acid solution, the acid is then carefully boiled down using the hot plate and glass ware until reaching a viscous oil like state. The now concentrated acid is carefully poured into the vase and the contraption is then setup overlooking a door or window.

Like the Chlorine Snap Trap once triggered the hammer will release, striking and breaking the vase the hammer will release the concentrated acid onto any unfortunate victim that may have triggered the trap. Unlike the Chlorine gas released from the Chlorine Snap Trap that creates an acid inside a persons/zombie's throat or nose, eyes and even the lungs this trap releases a strong acid that will cause a lot of damage to players and their equipment and could kill outright if the effected victim is unprotected. Not even a gas mask could protect from this like the chlorine gas since the trap releases an actual acid and not a highly reactive gas.

 
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