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It's getting harder & harder for our corporate conflict
resolution teams to get some of their more traditional
past airport security these days (they take a very dim view of
firearms in your luggage for some reason) & buying kit at the
in unfamiliar territory can pose all
sorts of other problems.
But one of our R&D guys (we call him P, he's not quite Q)
recently proposed a potential
Paintball guns, very high velocity ones.
With non newtonian paintball ammo.
ordinary paintball ammo.
Delivered from a paintball
from the high velocity end of the spectrum though..
And no one's going to get iffy about a few toy guns in
your luggage, not if it's not in your hand luggage anyway.
||I don't remember seeing it but given our love of custard
hard to believe this one's
||You would want the "ball" itself to be soft & flexible, rather
than the "break apart on impact" that proper paint-ball balls
are. Otherwise your target will just get covered in custard
instead of bruised and incapacitated. (They would then also
be recoverable & re-usable.)
||Would it not be simpler to explain to the security officer that,
yes, you are going paintballing; and yes, you're also going to a
||//Would it not be simpler//
||But then we wouldn't be able to use spare ammo as handy
little custard snacks if we get peckish on assignment.
||We had to make a rule about not freezing the painballs back when I still played.