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Old 01-05-2014, 07:33 PM   #71
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I have experience with it as well. this is what was a completely in tact Buick. The pic is post 20 lbs detonation. imageuploadedbyfirearms-talk1388954005.804420.jpg
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Originally Posted by SB777 View Post
I guess I'm out of touch, so what's the deal with this stuff? I assume it's legal since I've seen one pound containers of it sold at some GS. As anything else, if used irresponsibly, it will lead to problems. In the meantime, have a blast - sorry
I've heard its legal in all 50 states but I believe that my state has actually outlawed it recently. All depends on who you ask, personally I think as long as its used responsibly you are unlikely to run into trouble. It may be a "safe" explosive but always be aware of potential shrapnel.

I blew up a knife with tannerite, there's a link to the video in one of my threads from a few years back. It left a cool imprint of the knife handle on the wood block.
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