Discussion in 'On Topic' started by TL1000RSquid, Oct 4, 2007.
What is wrong with making bombs for experimentation purposes or zombie defense purposes?
I dont know about them being DDs, but I know they're outlawed and were regulated by the ATF in the 70s. But they're military simulators, and the govt doesnt like you having military simulators these days.
if they were real m-80s and m-100s they're pretty illegal
heard about that on the news this morning.
fucking talking heads were going on like the dude was planning and capable of annihilating the capitol in the middle of the state of the union. fucking alarmists can't even wait for the blood in "if it bleeds it leads". it was just like this onion parody: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iUgVF7NawNQ
shit makes me sick. i'm going to sound here, but I'm starting to think that media blows shit like this waaay out of proportion to scare the hell out of normal folks, but then turns around and demonizes people who opt to protect themselves and the guns they use to do so. The only option then, is more and dumber laws, thus increasing the dependency of the masses on the gov't, instead of fostering self-sufficiency and determination.
they called in the bomb squad to collect some firecrackers
well it says they were 'home made' so they may have been different from the firecrackers im used to. maybe more powerful?
Mmm dumb laws.
When I was about 12, I was making my own homemade explosives, and I found out that you get to explain what you were doing to a Sheriff's deputy.
BTW, impact explosives using a tennis ball, black powder, and strike anywhere match heads are the coolest entertainment ever... if you're a 12 year old boy.
oh great everyone wave at the FBI
I remember making those when I was that age too
Yeah uh, there wasn't much for public internet in 1991.
so really. If I were to say, take a ping pong ball, and fill that full of blackpowder, stick a fuse in it, tape the fuck out of it to get proper compression, and hypothetically light the fuse in my own back yard in the country. What would be illegal about that? no way could that be seen as a destructive device. Fuck Mortar shell fireworks are bigger explosions, but say, if you know, it was powerful enough to vaporize a watermelon, you know what would happen then if the cops go called. Jail time?
Dry ice bombs FTW
you could/still can buy it at bookstores, that's where i first saw the tennis ball bomb thing.