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Senator wants to limit "easy access" to dangerous explosives

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by HerrGlock, Nov 17, 2012.

  1. NOLA_glock

    NOLA_glock Shrug Life

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    Now in DFW!
    Ban acetone and hydrogen peroxide! Ban urine and wood ash! Explosives can be made from all sorts of much more easily available things.
     
  2. Jade Falcon

    Jade Falcon WTF EREN?!

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    This is what happens when the "So You Think You Can Dance?/Glee/X-Factor" crowd sees something other than dancing gay men on TV.

    I swear to Christ, this country is getting more "girly-man" every day.
     

  3. I have to drive over 50 miles now anytime I want to get black powder.It's been like that for years,but you woudn't know it from reading gun forums like this one.

    I still have idiots tell me,"why don't you just use pyrodex?"
     
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  4. Oh the horror.
    The State Senator is from Indiana.
    Suck it up girly man. Life is full of danger.
     
  5. Figures, just when I discovered Tannerite.
     
  6. Paul53

    Paul53 Geezer Boomer

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    Link took me to the article about tannerite. But tell me more about the teacher-student sex scandal.............
     
  7. RGbiker

    RGbiker

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    Damn, that pizzes me off. I was all set to go down to Ace Hardware for a couple of bricks of C4....:crying:
     
  8. arclight610

    arclight610

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    You can make tannerite out of instant cold paks and powdered aluminum
     
  9. TK-421

    TK-421

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    Does Tannerite have an experation date if you don't mix it? Might be a good idea to stock it a bit if you use it, if this gets anymore serious.
     
  10. wjv

    wjv

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    I want to limit easy access to voting by Senators. . . .