[ExI] spray-on armor
sparge at gmail.com
Tue May 3 19:25:30 UTC 2016
On Tue, May 3, 2016 at 1:13 PM, spike <spike66 at att.net> wrote:
> Is this cool or what?
Yeah, it lines the bed of my truck. Incredibly tough. The downside of the
unbreakable melon and the bouncing egg is that you can't really get to the
food inside. :-)
> How about non-lethal crime deterrent: bad guy messing with your whatever
> is important to you, dual nozzle attached to a remote control swivel
> camera, aim, mix, SHOOM! All over the sleazy bahstid. Ewww, what’s this
> shit, gross! Runs off.
There's already that super foul-smelling stuff used for crowd control:
it could also be used for home defense, I suppose.
Hey, that’s an idea: the dual nozzles mix the epoxy resin and hardener, so
> we could make it to where it intentionally mixes the two-part epoxy with
> excess hardener. You guys who have used the stuff know what epoxy hardener
> smells like (if you don’t, get some. One whiff you will grok
> immediately.) Mixed two parts hardener to one part resin, the epoxy sets
> quickly (you could even add an additional catalyst or a foaming agent) and
> also it stays sticky and stinky for a long time and is very hard to wash
> off. It is neither water-based nor oil based. A chemical reaction has
> taken place (evidence, the excess heat) so a specific solvent is not
> clear. No permanent damage befalls the bad guy.
Seems like suffication or eye damage would be potential downsides.
Either way, the bad guy gets scarce forthwith, and it remains obvious for
> some time afterwards that his actions were met with a sincere expression of
> chemical disapproval.
It's interesting, but I wonder what the legal implications are.
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