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Re: Regulated Magnet Wire?

Original poster: "Matt Shayka by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <flyboxboy-at-hotmail-dot-com>

I belive what they mean is that the kid must have used the very thin and 
easy to hide magnet wire to carry a charge that would detonate an explosive. 
Seems very resonable for a resourceful kid. I have a hard enough time 
getting magnet wire already.

Matt Shayka
Geek#1127 G-1

>Original poster: "Gregory Hunter by way of Terry Fritz 
><twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <ghunter31014-at-yahoo-dot-com>
>See the pasted in text below. Is this plausible?  It
>just doesn't seem realistic.  Almost anything can
>conceivably be pressed into service for an improvised
>bomb.  What next?  Are we going to regulate kitchen
>matches?  Al foil??  Steel wool???  The BATF is losing
>its grip on reality.
>New thing on Magnet wire. It's about to become a
>SERIOUS pain to get.
>have all the details tomorrow, but the owner of the
>shop (a very cool
>said it's about to be regulated to some degree becasue
>some idiot kid
>made a
>bomb run with it. This is happeneing in a few places
>(I heard mention
>this a week ago at another shop but was too busy
>drooling to really pay
>Appearantly it's being used becasue it's thin and easy
>to hide or
>something...makes little sence to me. Then again, if I
>wanna blow
>up I can think of MUCH better ways than magnet wire.
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