Subject: Re: MICROWAVE DETECTOR FOR CONCEALED FIREARMS.
Date: Sun, 12 Jan 2003 03:39:32 -0000
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"Barry Lennox" wrote in message
> On Sat, 11 Jan 2003 21:11:44 -0000, "Designori"
> >Reload with what? Commit a crime and stop to gather up all the shells?
> >Use a case catcher? Reload with sufficient precision that the round
> >the mechanism on auto without jamming it?
> Ever heard of a revolver?
A revolver would be just another welded-up chunk of metal.
> >"Import it from the USA"? We could salt that supply too.
> Yeah sure, they would co-operate, (especially given their liability
> concerns!) How much are you planning to salt, 1%, 5 % 10 % 90%?? How
> are you going to ensure it gets to the right person? Given the lack of
> thought displayed so far, I can see it being a right royal cock-up.
They wouldn't have to co-operate. We'd do it from here. How much? Of the
rounds that didn't contain GPS positioning telltales, 100%.
"Lack of thought displayed"?
If the Americans aren't concerned about liability in the cases where US-made
weapons cause death, can you see some petty crook here getting a judgement
against them for welding up his illegal gun?
> >"Salted" ammunition wouldn't "end up back with the good guys" because
> >official ammunition is sourced legitimately, not "off the street". It's a
> >secret operation and could be isotope marked.
> Iv'e heard of secret operations, that are much better planned than
> this, going badly wrong. Why should this one be any better? I don't
> see a lot of thought going into this.
Nor into your arguments.
> >In the meantime, very few people are running around the city with
> >masses of metal under their counterfeit Armani suits.
> Maybe, maybe not, but you didn't address my earlier concerns about the
> associated need to stop and harass anybody who has innocent and
> legitimate metal masses in a shopping bag, briefcase or whatever. eg
> Granny with her new muffin tray? Why not, too hard? or simply poor
> planning again?
Are you fantasizing about ancient grannies with sub-machine guns again?
> >We can detect and arrest them.
> >All of them.
> Yeah sure, about in the year 2525
"If man is still alive;
If woman can survive,
We may find,..."
> >Pity you aren't brave enough to get by without a gun.
> WTF are you babbling about? I don't have a gun!!
You have adopted the position of a gun enthusiast.
> >It must be all that spoonfeeding they go in for where you live.
> Again, WTF exactly are you going on about? If you think I live in the
> US, I don't.
You are spoonfed opinions and aren't strong enough to find your way without.
No, I know where you live. It explains a lot.
> Oh BTW, I note some of your headers end in .de. Do you have a
> connection with Gernmany, perchance? If so, I can see how the control
> freak stuff fits, and the desire for gun control (Hitler was very
> proud of that) and the need to stop and harass anybody carryiing
> metal. The other day I purchased a new metric socket set in a metal
> case, s'pose that will be grounds for "going direktely to zee showers"
> in your new world order?
> Barry Lennox
I'm very obviously in the UK. Very obviously. It's also obvious that you
can't argue your position.