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From: "Michael A. Terrell"
Subject: Re: MICROWAVE DETECTOR FOR CONCEALED FIREARMS.
Date: Sun, 12 Jan 2003 14:41:34 -0500
Organization: Have you seen my bench? No, really! Where is it?
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> "Barry Lennox" wrote in message
> > On Sat, 11 Jan 2003 21:11:44 -0000, "Designori"
> > wrote:
> > snip
> > >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.
Ever hear of composites? Nonmetallic materials strong enough to make
a handgun with. Some countries already have problems with illegally
made composite handguns made to slip past metal detectors. And how about
nylon bullets? How will you find something that small with radar? Even
millimeter radar is too big to give good detail about something as small
as the primer in a bullet. I think you should join the other wackos in
my kill file, looser.
Maybe you and ole 2020 need to move in together so you two can watch
the sky for black helicopters and hide from government spooks together.
Michael A. Terrell
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