I hope everyone is doing well today. I recently came across a website called "Amazing1" where they sell EMP devices in which you can break electronics easily. There was one item that brought my attention called the "Low Power Pulse Gun"
The description for this is as follows:
Low powered hand held pulse gun generates EMP electromagnetic pulses capable of de-programming and disrupting micro processor circuitry. Gun is built in a pistol configuration where the 8 "AA" batteries are housed in the butt section along with the push button trigger switch.
Directional device has adjustable pulse rate control and a built in emitter for close proximity applications. Specialized circuitry use our ultra low inductance high energy density capacitors with self triggering gap switch. Charging circuit uses our loss-less inductive charging and eliminates the losses associated with simple resistive methods. Pulse energy is approximately 1 Joule with a rep rate up to 30 pps. Charging voltage is over 5kv with a peak current of nearly 1000 amps now equal to a 5 megawatt pulse of power.
Out put terminals may be adapted for a wave guide for more precise applications or connection to an external antenna where you can experiment with maximizing "E" or "M" field for certain applications. Unit can be built in a military gray PVC enclosure measuring 10 to 12 inches. *Assembled units are sold only to qualified personnel who submit their order on a company letter head.
I'm not a very scientific individual, but these features are scary to say the least. I know this question may seem silly to most of you but I would just like to know if it would be possible with this device to aim amps and/or electricity in general at an individual person--in the same way that microwave beams can be aimed at an object or at an individual (ie. Active Denial System)? Can you create beams out of amps (or electrical current in general) using this device and aim it at an individual?