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Old 03-30-2009, 01:44 PM   #21
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It appears that the "CO2" knife provides one shot per stabbing. Hummmm... thats a waist.
Yeah, and it's expensive as well. Might be a nice toy, but my Mission blade will work no matter how many times I have to use it.

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Old 03-30-2009, 08:38 PM   #22
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Agreed, but done correctly, the autopsy is gonna be a chorus of "WTF?s".
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Agreed, but done correctly, the autopsy is gonna be a chorus of "WTF?s".
I like the way you think. *evil grin* I was thinking of adding a different form of compressed "chemical" that would really make life difficult on the subject and the examiner.

Talk about a CSI episode from Hell....

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Ooooohhhh, now I hadn't considered that.

Fire and ice. Hmmmm.
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I fell in love with Katars ever since I saw the live action Jungle Book as a kid.
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Drooling yet JD?
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