Ban X-Acto Knives!

The left's next target?....

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...Jim Thompson

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NOOOoooo! I'll have to retire! The Xacto and blades modified by me with a bench stone are my single most-often used tool. I scribe the copper on PC board blanks to make one-off prototypes, and do all sorts of other hand work, replacing chips, removing solder bridges, and on and on.

Jon

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Jon Elson

Same here. Three different sizes of X-Acto handles in my desk drawer. ...Jim Thompson

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Jim Thompson

Any toad stabber modified to even resemble an assault X-Acto would eventually be banned as well.

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Greegor

They aren't looking to ban X-acto knives, just the 30 round blade holders! Do you have to exaggerate *everything*? lol

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Rick
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rickman

Oooooh! I just remembered I have an at least 30-round box knife blade dispenser... push down and forward with your thumb and dispense... isn't that "automatic" in Obama's eyes ?:-) ...Jim Thompson

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Jim Thompson

I'm legal here, only have the 5 blade holder.

Mikek

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amdx

Yeah but if you register it the grandfather clause will apply.

Just make sure you can prove you are sane, or the sanity clause will apply... and don't try to tell me there ain't no such thing as a "sanity clause"! lol

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rickman

It only applies in Virginia.

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Spehro Pefhany

The "Love State", where you can get arrested for possession... of a radar detector :-( ...Jim Thompson

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Jim Thompson

As usual you have it wrong, it was another freak with red hair, and this one was stoned cold deaf too.

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You can see the freak here:

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Dylan Quick is his name.

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bloggs.fredbloggs.fred

Would that be considered a Clip or Magazine?

Cheers

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Martin Riddle

How is it that a clever person can be so duckwitted?

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Gib Bogle

was stoned cold deaf too.

I did note the red hair... spooky isn't it? I guess we need to round up all the red heads >:-} ...Jim Thompson

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Jim Thompson

Don't know. Maybe I should carry it thru TSA and see what happens ?>:-} ...Jim Thompson

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Jim Thompson

These work great for cutting copper cladding.

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krw

Back in the 70's when police RADAR was new, some Air Force EW specialists made themselves jammers.

I'd like to have one with enough output power to blow out the receivers.

Make it selectable - 'Temporary Jam' - 'Permanent Jam'.

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Tom Del Rosso

A friend of mine used to kill them by walking up to a police vehicle with an aluminum clipboard and ask the officer for "directions" ;-) ...Jim Thompson

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Jim Thompson

Sorry to pop your bubble, that's only a semi-auto.

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