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hmmmmmmm ok, it took a sick mind to come up with that one...... I love it!!!




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+1 $380? Wow...

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thats a divers knife "for shark or other predators" for marine animals it works nicely.

for humans enlarging an internal area is no big deal.



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thats a divers knife "for shark or other predators" for marine animals it works nicely.

for humans enlarging an internal area is no big deal.
+1 it has to do with being under pressure.

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it's a knife with an air passage in the blade and a CO2 cartidge in the handle. IE, inject your target with compressed gas after you stab them.
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for humans enlarging an internal area is no big deal.[/QUOTE]

i think youre mistaken, the gas injection would be fairly devastating especially since the co2 will cause frostbite type damage as well as the high likelyhood of gas getting into the blood stream and stopping the heart.

its not a slow inflation of an internal cavity it would occur nearly instantaneously

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someone post the text from the description for me. that thing looks badass but the site is blocked at work.

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someone post the text from the description for me. that thing looks badass but the site is blocked at work.
As divers, we all know what the effects of compressed gas are underwater. Our training teaches us that our lungs would burst from over-inflation if we held our breath and rose to the surface. This principle is key to the effectiveness of the WASP Injection System.

This weapon injects a freezing cold ball of compressed gas, approximately the size of a basketball, at 800psi nearly instantly. The effects of this injection will drop many of the world's largest land predators. The effects of the compressed gas not only cause over-inflation during ascent when used underwater, but also freezes all tissues and organs surrounding the point of injection on land or at sea. When used underwater, the injected gas carries the predator to the surface BEFORE blood is released into the water. Thus giving the diver added protection by diverting other potential predators to the surface.

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I'd like the blade to shoot off the handle and be deadly accurate at 60 feet.
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I'd like the blade to shoot off the handle and be deadly accurate at 60 feet.

That's what I first thought when I looked at the picture.

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That is badass. I want one even though I'll never get to use it.
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i think youre mistaken, the gas injection would be fairly devastating especially since the co2 will cause frostbite type damage as well as the high likelyhood of gas getting into the blood stream and stopping the heart.

its not a slow inflation of an internal cavity it would occur nearly instantaneously
will do, glad you have a lot of experience in the feild of stabbing someone then inflating the wound and it will make a perfect seal and cause death

try that with a person and youll gonna get a good squirt back draft of blood on you.

will it cause some damage? "sure" will it cause the same affect as a marine animal? "no"

in order to cause air into the blood stream you must seal the area perfect "vein" if your going into one of the main artery's, youll do more imedediate damage with the knife then you will the purging of air into thise criticle areas.

and "yes" i DO have a ton of knowalge in knife fighting and crictical organs and areas to cause death or damage.

end of story, a knife to an artery will cause certain death if wounded "do it right" and he will die within seconds.

dont mind what t.v. shows are showing on how a person dies from knife wounds or critical strike areas to kill.



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thats a divers knife "for shark or other predators" for marine animals it works nicely.

for humans enlarging an internal area is no big deal.
+1 much more damage can be done with a traditional knife.

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One well placed ninja star is ten time more deadly than that knife.
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will do, glad you have a lot of experience in the feild of stabbing someone then inflating the wound and it will make a perfect seal and cause death

try that with a person and youll gonna get a good squirt back draft of blood on you.

will it cause some damage? "sure" will it cause the same affect as a marine animal? "no"

in order to cause air into the blood stream you must seal the area perfect "vein" if your going into one of the main artery's, youll do more imedediate damage with the knife then you will the purging of air into thise criticle areas.

and "yes" i DO have a ton of knowalge in knife fighting and crictical organs and areas to cause death or damage.

end of story, a knife to an artery will cause certain death if wounded "do it right" and he will die within seconds.

dont mind what t.v. shows are showing on how a person dies from knife wounds or critical strike areas to kill.
800psi(c02 cartridge pressures) does have the ability to penetrate skin, the flesh adn arteries under the skin are less resistant to said penetration, Im aware a knife can be quite deadly when used properly this one gets the bonus points for an added dimension od damage not previously acheivable with a blade

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