Originally Posted by DanaT
I seriosuly doubt that this guy used the original Finnish version (i.e. the first recipe) that contained tar to cause a lot of smoke and (hopefully) obscure the vision of the turret machine gunner and also make it stick better to the tank.
A molotov cocktail was designed to create fire on the surface of a tank and then the air intake would suck the air into the engine causing fire.
To store them, put a lid on them. But at that point it is a bottle with gasoline in it and not a molotov cocktail. It is storing gasoline in an unapproved container. Of course, it could be a bottle of 90% ethanol..which would be called Everclear and can be purchased at your local liquor store and its not storage in an unapproved container....
You still missed the different ignition source. And no I am not talking about the sugar based one. Or the sponge.
Either way they can be stored for long periods of time without evaporation or danger. Which blows your silly original argument out of the water unless you know for a fact which kind he was using.
Face it you got caught talking out your lower blowhole.
I wonder if your assessment of "The Wizard of Oz" would sound something like "A teenaged orphan runs away with three psychotic AD/HD patients and a little dog. She kills the first two women she meets." --Sinecure 07/03/2006
Freakin' awsome!! Kickin it old school. Hot sheet on the dash. The report was probably only two sentences. Long live Rencko and Bobbie Hill!--WhiskeyT
Last edited by CAcop; 05-07-2013 at 10:01..