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Do you like Eloi's coin-knives? They seem fun, and you might even be able to sneak one aboard the air. http://fujipub.com/eloi/coinknives.html
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Originally Posted by LabelKing
Do you like Eloi's coin-knives?

They seem fun, and you might even be able to sneak one aboard the air.

Oh, good job LK... now I'm going to have to send Homeland Security to your house for a talk.
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
Oh, good job LK... now I'm going to have to send Homeland Security to your house for a talk.
Be careful they don't sit on the chairs.
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Originally Posted by LabelKing
Be careful they don't sit on the chairs.
They may not approve of your hair products.
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They may not approve of your hair products.
They might not approve that I may or may not be a lush who travels. I remember when airline seats had ashtrays.
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there was some recent media attention regarding this little thing. i think a loophole renders it totally legal in the UK - careful, you'll have someone's eye out.



http://www.swissminigun.com/gallery_steel.html
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Originally Posted by chrysalid
there was some recent media attention regarding this little thing. i think a loophole renders it totally legal in the UK - careful, you'll have someone's eye out.

Amazing, I wonder if I could rig like 500 of them to go off at once...
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Originally Posted by LabelKing
They might not approve that I may or may not be a lush who travels.

I remember when airline seats had ashtrays.

Ok...and that was always a good idea, starting open fires onboard a pressurized airplane .

Jon.
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Ok...and that was always a good idea, starting open fires onboard a pressurized airplane .

Jon.
Remarkably, there were fewer incidents when smoking was legal in planes then there are now.
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Originally Posted by imageWIS
Ok...and that was always a good idea, starting open fires onboard a pressurized airplane .

Jon.
Were there ever any fires started by passengers on a smoking flight?
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Originally Posted by chrysalid
there was some recent media attention regarding this little thing. i think a loophole renders it totally legal in the UK - careful, you'll have someone's eye out. http://www.swissminigun.com/gallery_steel.html
Where is this sold? It will go perfectly with my Minox, Tessina, and Robot cameras. On an aside, spies used to have these ring guns.
post #12 of 16
There are also .22 pen guns: Lift the lever to cock it, push the cap back to shoot.
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Originally Posted by VersaceMan
There are also .22 pen guns:



Lift the lever to cock it, push the cap back to shoot.

Excellent! Now I'll command greater respect as an editor!

Looks like it could double as a Sneak-A-Toke, so long as you avoid shooting a hole in your tonsils.
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Originally Posted by Edward Appleby
Were there ever any fires started by passengers on a smoking flight?

I don't know. Where there? But, isn't it a possibility? Wouldn't a reasonable person deduce that the ability to start a fire onboard an airplane is not something we wish for people to have?

Jon.
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Originally Posted by imageWIS
I don't know. Where there? But, isn't it a possibility? Wouldn't a reasonable person deduce that the ability to start a fire onboard an airplane is not something we wish for people to have?

Jon.

Who has time to worry about that when there are all these damn snakes!
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