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    WASP Knife

    WASP Injector Knife

    WASP Knife

    The handle has compressed gas in it, and a button that releases it. It can freeze and blow up internal organs. This thing was designed to take down mother fucking sharks and bears!

    THIS THING IS BADASS!



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    nasty, so much for kniVes being silent though

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    im never too much impressed when i see people putting their energy and time into developing new, brutal weapons.
    this thing won`t bring any good at all:/
    sharks and bears are having enough troubles with hooks and guns already..

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    i dunno...
    he stabs.. then it takes him 20 sec to hold the melon still and awkwardly push the button... try that with a real shark or a bear lol.
    Pumping a bear with air? Awesome


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    It doesn't actually inject a wasp though, does it? That's disappointment number one. Number two is that he seems to take an unreasonably long time to subdue the attacking melons. Granted, watermelons are dangerous and can inflict a nasty bite but I would have hoped weapons of the future could be used against them to greater effect.

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    Finally! I'm so sick of knives getting stuck when I.... uh, yeah, when I'm trying to carve a watermelon.

    It's great to see scientists finally thinking practically!

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    i watched the video again...
    i noticed that he has trouble penetrating the melon, he is struggling...
    That blade is less sharp than a dinner table knife…
    Also it takes him a while to reload after each stab… WTF. He didn’t even manage to finish of the second melon.
    Fact is that you could have kicked 10 melons to a pie in the same time it took him to empty 2 of his moms soda machine gas tanks.
    He would need a hammer to sink the knife in raw muscle mass of a larger animal and after triggering the gas the knife would eject and knock out the dude.
    it is a very shitty demonstration
    I would pay cash to see him try that on a shark.

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    Maybe he just doesn't want a face full of watermelon so it takes him a while? I've read a comment on another site that these are sold in (Singapore I think) and the merchants demonstrate them on pigs.

    it's apparently capable of "…dropping some of the largest mammals in a single stab," without the use of poison. Indeed, the WASP Kife's deadly sting is in fact nothing but air, albeit 24-grams of air injected at 800-psi into a stab-wound. The end result of the WASP knife's strike is a basketball-sized volume of freezing gas in the body cavity of its victim, which is apparently pretty deadly.


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    I know what I'm carving my thanksgiving turkey with!

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    i may consider bringing a knife to a gun fight after-all...

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    Aw.

    I thought this was a thread about white Anglo-Saxon Protestants with bladed weapons.

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    Fixed.

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    We need a scorpion knife now.



    But in all seriousness.. why did they have to design it to look like a redneck's wet dream? Why not just make it a sharp spike that delivers the gas?

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    Sharks are like 80% muscle, and their skin is hard. I've read that trying to stab a shark is like enough to break your knife as anything. And they attack from underneath, and move fast, and are always hungry and do not know fear!

    If I'm being attacked by a shark, the only weapon I want is a submarine.

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    Interesting...but that knife is not very practical. But if you love the wasp gun, you guys are going to love this.

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    What a terrible waste of delicious watermelon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baron Impossible View Post
    Granted, watermelons are dangerous and can inflict a nasty bite but I would have hoped weapons of the future could be used against them to greater effect.
    A real man doesn't need a knife to defend himself against fresh fruit.



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    hm my first thought was that knife from the punisher film,where he shoots the blade out.
    ...i liked that one more.
    also wtf,leave bears alone..

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    I can do that while stomping on it o,O The only anti-bear and anti-shark-knife I' d like to have in an situation where one or the other puts my live in danger is called "gun"....

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    Damn. That's one dead watermelon. The other one isn't in too good of shape either.

    This reminds me. There are a couple of pumpkins that keep starting shit around the 'hood, and regular knives don't work on them. I'm gonna have to call this guy.

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    I think a "bangstick" would probably be more practical against a shark.

    http://www.bluewaterhunter.com/educa...angsticks.html

    These things are a pod on the end of a steel rod that contains a .44 magnum cartridge used to inflict a "contact wound" on sharks.

    As for bears? Given that bears, compared to humans, have a lot of what boxers call "the reach advantage," I'm thinkin' a 12 bore pump gun loaded with 1 ounce slugs would be more likely to let you walk away from the confrontation!

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    he needed to wear a wet suit for what reason now?

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    i was telling a friend about this today. this is more or less how the conversation went...

    me: hey so there's this new knife prototype that lets out a compressed blast of oxygen into the victim, freezing and exploding at the same time.

    friend: really...? why the hell would we need something like that? the worlds dangerous enough as it is already!

    me: i know right? its supposed to be for bears and sharks.

    friend (without missing a beat): WHY THE HELL DO WE NEED TO GIVE BEARS AND SHARKS KNIVES THAT CAN FREEZE AND EXPLODE US?! THEY'RE DANGEROUS ENOUGH AS IT IS ALREADY!!

    hahaa

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    Wow. I read about this about a month ago while perusing the nWoD Armory book. I thought it was White Wolf just futzing around, but I guess not... Still can't beat a ballistic knife though.

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    Why would anyone ever want to stab a shark?!?! If its bitting you, its your fault for being in its territory.

    sharks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amber Alexander View Post
    Why would anyone ever want to stab a shark?!?! If its bitting you, its your fault for being in its territory.

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