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A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.

$10 Gun by WeaponMakerMan
 Guns are expensive. This is a way to make a cheap one-shot gun for self defense. You won't be able to get off more than one shot, as it takes time to reload, but it's the shot no one knows you have.
A Glossary of Information Warfare Terms
 A glossary of information warfare terms, mostly from the U.S. military
A Good Ankle Knife Setup by fly_by_night
 How you can rig a sheath with a fixed blade knife on you're ankle without having to buy a special sheath.
A History of Chemical & Biological Warfare by Greg Goebel
 The history of chemical warfare traces largely back to a single man: Fritz Haber, who developed poison gases for Germany during the First World War. Poison gases of various sorts were already available as unwanted by-products of chemical processes. At his Berlin institute, founded by the Kaiser himself, Haber began experimenting with and refining such toxins to find those suitable for battlefield use.
A Step by Step Guide to Making a Dry Ice Gun by The Voice Over
 In the past, many people have experimented with the power generated by the conversion of dry ice into gaseous carbon dioxide. One day in May of 1985, an idea was introduced to me by a friend. His plan was to control the force of the expanding dry ice and harness it to a useful end. The result was the dry ice gun.
Address to the Los Angeles Police Commission by J. Neil Schulman
 When you deny a citizen a firearms permit because in your opinion there is no "extreme and aggravated circumstance," you take upon yourself a discretion that the Constitution does not permit you. The Constitution says you may not infringe the right of the people to keep and bear arms.
Aircraft National Identity Markings by Rabies
 Registration markings provide a useful guide to the country of origin of civilian and, in some cases, military aircraft. National prefix letters/numbers in current use are as follows
An Aussie Beer Can Mortar by Andy
 A short story on a mortar that fires beer cans full of cement, because I can!
Analysis of the Anthrax Attacks by Barbara Hatch Rosenberg
 For more than three months now the FBI has known that the perpetrator of the anthrax attacks is American. This conclusion must have been based on the perpetrator’s evident connection to the US biodefense program. In addition to this signpost, the perpetrator has left multiple, blatant clues, seemingly on purpose: second letters, addressed similarly to the anthrax letters and containing powder, sent to most (and possibly all) the anthrax recipients; similar letters sent to several other media organizations; even a letter, addressed to the Military Police at the Quantico Marine Base, accusing a former USAMRIID scientist (with whom the anonymous writer says he once worked) of having bioterrorist intentions.
Anthrax in a BioWar Environment by Sheldon Campbell, MD
 It is expected that anthrax spores will be disseminated by the aerosol route, causing inhalation anthrax. Because atmospheric stability is important to efficient spread, and because sunlight is highly toxic to biological agents, they are most likely to be delivered at night.
Antipersonnel Grenades
 How to make a bunch of different anti-personnel weapons
Battlefield Information Transmission System: Far T
Battlefield of the Future: 21st Century Germ Warfare by Robert P. Kadlec
 Many technical barriers that once limited the effective use of biological warfare (BW) are gone. A country or group with modest pharmaceutical expertise can develop BW for terrorist or military use. As the United States prepares itself for the national security challenges of the twenty-first century, it must grasp the implications of this silent revolution.
Battlefield of the Future: Air Theory for the 21st by John A. Warden
 War in the twenty-first century will be significantly different for the United States from anything encountered before the Gulf War. American wars will be increasingly precise; imprecision will be too expensive physically and politically to condone. Our political leaders and our citizenry will insist that we hit only what we are shooting at and that we shoot the right thing.
Battlefield of the Future: Biological Weapons for Waging Economic Warfare by Robert P. Kadlec
 The focus of many developing nations is to seek weapons of mass destruction (WMD)-nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons-to meet regional security concerns. The parallel emergence of economic competition and its likely accompanying conflicts with the proliferation of WMD raises the possibility of a new form of warfare. This includes the development and use of biological warfare (BW) against economic targets.
Battlefield of the Future: Information War - Impacts and Concerns by James W. McLendon
 Had the term information warfare existed in Churchill's day, he might have used it to describe his activities involving Ultra. Given the availability of communications and computer technology today, the potential for information warfare seems limitless.
Battlefield of the Future: Information War, CyberWar, NetWar by George J. Stein
 Netwar, according to them, is a societal-level ideational conflict waged in part through internetted modes of communication. That is, netwar is most likely to be a nation-against-nation strategic level conflict. Netwar is about ideas and epistemology- what is known and how it is known. It would be waged largely through a society's communication systems. The target of netwar is the human mind.
Battlefield of the Future: New Era Warfare by Charles A. Horner
 The world has changed, and the capability exists for many countries to use ballistic missiles. Certainly there are new strategies being pursued. There is no doubt, for example, that many states are pursuing a strategy of acquiring weapons of mass destruction and the means to deliver them. This is the war that is replacing the cold war.
Battlefield of the Future: On 21st Century Warfare by Lawrence E. Grinter & Barry R. Schneider
 Will the use of NBC and missile systems by the adversary dominate the terms of battle so that our ability to prosecute information warfare, space war, precision warfare, and dominating maneuver is marginalized? Or will the fear of allied retaliation keep the adversary from initiating WMD strikes against allied forces, ports, air bases, and cities?
Battlefield of the Future: Parallel War and Hyperwar by Richard Szafranski
 The idea of parallel war arises from understanding the enemy as a "system" or "organism," simultaneously more complicated and less complicated than the people-state-armed forces system described by Clausewitz.
Battlefield of the Future: Principles of War for the Battlefield of the Future by Barry R. Schneider
 So how do you fight a NBC-armed sponsor of terrorism and intervention (NASTI) on the battlefield, if war breaks out? Do the old principles of war work in this kind of conflict? And just what are those principles which have guided US and allied forces in past wars?
Battlefield of the Future: Table of Contents
 Battlefield of the Future: Table of Contents
Battlefield of the Future: The Biological Weapon by Terry N. Mayer
 The "concept of operations" in this attack consisted of using several insect bombs and modifying them by filling the canister with anthrax bacteria bought through a mail order specimen company in the United States. If that doesn't sound credible, please note that Saddam Hussein bought his original anthrax culture from a mail order house in the United States and had it shipped overnight mail!
Battlefield of the Future: The Revolution in Military Affairs by Jeffrey McKitrick
 According to Andrew Marshall "a Revolution in Military Affairs (RMA) is a major change in the nature of warfare brought about by the innovative application of new technologies which, combined with dramatic changes in military doctrine and operational and organizational concepts, fundamentally alters the character and conduct of military operations." Such an RMA is now occurring.
Big Bullets For Beginners by Anonymous
 Artillery ammunition can be classified in many ways. One classification is based on the manner in which the components are assembled for loading and firing. Complete rounds of artillery ammunition are known as either semi-fixed or separate loading.
Biological Warfare and the Implications of Biotechnology by Scott D. McCulloch
 Like any new technology, Biotechnology is a two sided coin. The "good side" allows for the alleviation of human suffering. But there is also a "bad side" that involves biotechnology being used to actually cause human suffering.
Biological Weapons and "Bioterrorism" in the First Years of the 21st Century by Milton Leitenberg
 The World Trade Center bombers in 1993 had exactly the same intention, or wish, as those who carried out the September 11, 2001 events. The only difference was that the first and simpler attempt in 1993 failed, while the second one in September 2001 succeeded. It is also clear that the Japanese Aum group in 1995 had no upper threshold to the number of people that they might have envisioned killing. Some of their own descriptions of their intentions were nothing short of apocalyptic.
 In this article we will attemt to explain the use and manufacture of a powerful blow-gun and making darts for the gun.
Browning Date of Manufacture Stamps by Peter Cash
 The two letters are the date code in any Browning product made after 1975; you can tell date of manufacture by this code. Here's how to interpret it.
Budget Self Defense - Cheap Knives by Rain Face
 The best self-defense bargain in America today is the fabulous $2.95 Snap-Blade utility knife. I picked up one of these on a whim when I needed to slice some dead carpet. It was a revelation!
Bullets For Beginners by Anonymous
 Guns are generally classified according to use, size, and tradition. This varies among the military services. The basic distinction is between small arms and artillery. Any gun below a 20-millimeter bore size is generally classified as a small arm.
CO2 Mortar by Sic Pyr0 and Cody
 Easy to make device to launch CO2 cartridges.
Cheap Handgun Practice Ammunition
 There seems to be no solution to the weapons cost problem except careful shopping for used guns through private sale or gun shows ( Probably best in light of the Brady Bill and more forthcoming legislation from the Anti-Gunners), but practice ammunition can be prepared for about two cents per round.
Cheapest Spud Cannon Ever by Cory_Quad7
 Want to make a potato launcher with out spending more than 10 bucks? Just grab a few Pringles cans and some duct tape.
Chemical Agent Terrorism by Frederick R. Sidell, M.D.
 This cult, with a large membership and assets of over a billion dollars, had a large facility for the manufacture of chemical warfare agents and of biological agents. Whether or not one believes that this cult will strike in this country the point has been made: chemical warfare agents are now terrorist weapons.
Chemical Weapons: Hydrogen Cyanide
 Hydrogen cyanide is usually included among the CW agents causing general poisoning. There is no confirmed information on this substance being used in chemical warfare. However, it has been reported that hydrogen cyanide was used by Iraq in the war against Iran and against the Kurds in northern Iraq during the 1980's.
Clouds of War: Chemical Weapons in the Former Yugoslavia by Human Rights Watch
 Human Rights Watch has uncovered evidence that the Yugoslav National Army had an extensive and sophisticated chemical weapons program prior to the breakup of Yugoslavia in 1991; that the army of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia inherited much of this program; and that the army of the Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina produced crude chemical munitions during the Bosnian war.
Construction Project: Atomic Bomb
 Worldwide controversy has been generated recently from several court decisions in the United States which have restricted popular magazines from printing articles which describe how to make an atomic bomb.
Convert an Air Rifle to a Single-Shot 22LR by Bullwinkle8357
 Poor people in African and Asian countries have converted 22-caliber airguns into single-shot firearms for years--and here's how they do it.
Decontamination of Chemical Warfare Agents
 In protection against chemical warfare agents the decontamination is an important unavoidable part. The aim of decontamination is to rapidly and effectively render harmless or remove poisonous substances both on personnel and equipment.
Decontamination of Chemical Warfare Agents by Dan Bogosian
 An introduction to methods and chemicals for decontamination
Defense Against Toxic Weapons: About the Author by David R. Franz
 The purpose of this manual is to provide basic information on biological toxins to military leaders and health-care providers at all levels to help them make informed decisions on protecting their troops from toxins.
Defense Against Toxic Weapons: Countermeasures by David R. Franz
 The purpose of this manual is to provide basic information on biological toxins to military leaders and health-care providers at all levels to help them make informed decisions on protecting their troops from toxins.
Defense Against Toxic Weapons: Intelligence that Protects the Soldier by David R. Franz
 The purpose of this manual is to provide basic information on biological toxins to military leaders and health-care providers at all levels to help them make informed decisions on protecting their troops from toxins.
Defense Against Toxic Weapons: Introduction by David R. Franz
 The purpose of this manual is to provide basic information on biological toxins to military leaders and health-care providers at all levels to help them make informed decisions on protecting their troops from toxins.
Defense Against Toxic Weapons: Preface and Table of Contents by David R. Franz
 The purpose of this manual is to provide basic information on biological toxins to military leaders and health-care providers at all levels to help them make informed decisions on protecting their troops from toxins.
Defense Against Toxic Weapons: Protecting Health Care Providers by David R. Franz
 The purpose of this manual is to provide basic information on biological toxins to military leaders and health-care providers at all levels to help them make informed decisions on protecting their troops from toxins.
Defense Against Toxic Weapons: Understanding the Threat by David R. Franz
 The purpose of this manual is to provide basic information on biological toxins to military leaders and health-care providers at all levels to help them make informed decisions on protecting their troops from toxins.
Depleted Uranium Information
 I am enclosing information about the use of depleted uranium during the Gulf War. This part of an investigative project that we are doing at The Edge. As well as summarising a lot of the existing information on DU, we have also gained new information from our visits to Iraq.
Documentation and Diagrams of the Atomic Bomb
 Einstein and several other scientists told Roosevelt of efforts in Nazi Germany to purify U-235 with which might in turn be used to build an atomic bomb. It was shortly thereafter that the United States Government began the serious undertaking known only then as the Manhattan Project. Simply put, the Manhattan Project was committed to expedient research and production that would produce a viable atomic bomb.
Drive-By Shootings
 Is somebody pissing you off and you just have to kill him, or are you just looking for a good time? Well, you can do something about it by knowing how to accomplish a drive by shooting and getting away with it.
E- WAR Mailing Lists by Wes Thomas
 The struggle for domination of the planet has quietly shifted to electronic and biological warfare. It's time to analyze what's going on and cut through the disinformation and mind games.
Firearms for Home Protection by Last Standing Knight
 What kind of firearm best for home protection as well as the ramifications of using them.
Friends or Allies: Choice for Survival by Kurt Saxon
 In the 1950's, several thousand people had nuclear fallout shelters built, usually in their back yards. At first they met only ridicule by those neighbors who considered themselves above such hysteria.
Future Naval Guns by Davy Jones
 The rail gun is a weapon that uses electrical current to propel a projectile, said Beach. "There are no moving parts, except the projectile, of course." Beach has known about the technology for a while now; the concept of a rail gun is not new.
Germ Warfare Books
 The following are some books found on the shelves of the Public Library dealing with biological warfare
German World War II Ordnance Codes
 After World War I, Germany was totally disarmed. When Hitler became Reich Chancellor in 1933, he began an era of re-armament. This had to be done in secrecy, and to conceal what was going on in the German arms and allied industries, manufacturers were assigned code letters or numbers.
Give Yourself the Edge in Street Brawling by Jynx666
 Here's an intresting little way of making sure that when you hit someone, they have less chance of getting up again. (Always a bonus I find!)
GloveGun by Corza
 These days in neighborhood war there is a new wepon on the block, the glovegun.
Guide to Civilian Warfare & Sabotage by Opus P. Penguin
 You would be surprised how many files are out that use what falls under the category of a "fuse". They assume you just have a few lying around, or know where to get them. Well, in some parts of the country,fuses are extremely hard to come by...so this part of our first file is dedicated to fuses. Both are very simple to make, and are fairly reliable
Gulf War Syndrome, Biological Warfare and Corporate Bio-Genocide by Captain Joyce Riley
 I wish it wasn't true. I wish that I could protect you from what you are going to hear tonight, because it has taken me a year to investigate this story. I finally came to the conclusion one day that - yes, our country had provided the biologicals to Saddam Hussein that were used on our troops. Our troops are sick and they are dying.
Gun Safety
 Recently an 11 year old San Jose girl was killed when her playmate accidentally discharged a gun which he found in his home. This type of tragedy is not uncommon. According to the National Safety Council, in 1987, accidental shootings were the leading cause of accidental death to children 14 and younger.
Gun Safety
 From the time you pick up a firearm, you become a part of a system over which you have complete control. You are the only part of the system that can make a gun safe - or unsafe.
HAARP: A Lesson in Post- Modern Warfare
 It has several parts, most interesting being the IRI, for Ionospheric Research Instrument. IRI is the largest HF radio transmitter ever built. It is designed to concentrate several megawatts into an intense beam of almost unimaginable strength, through miles of planar antenna arrays on the "short wave" band.
HAARP: Are There Issues of Concern to Physicists? by C.L. Herzenberg
 The patent presents claims that changes in Earth's atmosphere could be created which would persist for prolonged periods of time, and the language of the patent also indicated that it is intended to produce effects on a global scale.
HAARP: FAQ and Glossary
 One thing I've found out in writing about radios and technical subjects is the relative impenetrability of the jargon. We think about kilohertz and phase-angles as if they were part of our lives, because they are. It's like the Eskimos and all their words for snow.
HAARP: Fact and Fiction
 So, I wonder what their problem is? If HAARP can simulate UFO abductions, do mind control, and knock the planets out of kilter, what is the harm?
HAARP: The Military's Pandora's Box by Nick Begich and Jeane Manning
 Put simply, the apparatus for HAARP is a reversal of a radio telescope; antenna send out signals instead of receiving. HAARP is the test run for a super-powerful radiowave-beaming technology that lifts areas of the ionosphere by focusing a beam and heating those areas. Electromagnetic waves then bounce back onto earth and penetrate everything -- living and dead.
HAARP: The Military's Plan to Alter the Ionosphere by Clare Zickuhr and Gar Smith
 The Pentagon's mysterious HAARP project, now under construction at an isolated Air Force facility near Gakona, Alaska, marks the first step toward creating the world's most powerful "ionospheric heater." Scientists, environmentalists and native peoples are concerned that HAARP's electronic transmitters could harm people, endanger wildlife and trigger unforeseen environmental impacts.
Hand to Hand Combat by Nihil
 A summary of both martial arts and street fighting tactics.
Home-Made Armor by Necross Sinister
 Most attacks by gangs or groups involve hands, feet, clubs and knives. With modern materials you reduce the effects of these attacks allowing you to escape or fight back. Heavy leather clothing offers some protection which can be augmented or replaced a number of ways.
How To Contact The Militia
 In light of some moves made by our elected representitives and their bureaucratic underlings that could be considered totalitarian, people across the country have been forming citizen's militias. The concept of a citizen militia is well grounded in our country's law; which considers every citizen above the age of 18 part of it, and makes a distinction betwen it, calling us the unorganized militia, and the organized militia which is the national guard and reserves.
How To Make The Best Spudgun
 It's esy to make your own spudgun. All you need is some PVC or ABS pipes and Right Guard spray deodorant! In this article, you'll learn how to make your own spudgun for about 50 can. dollars.
How To Make The Best Spudgun
 It's esy to make your own spudgun. All you need is some PVC or ABS pipes and Right Guard spray deodorant!
How to Make A Stungun by Grean Dean
 So you want to ZaaaaaaP the shit out of someone. Well I have the thing just for you. It delivers a nice Shock of 75,000 Volts and causes muscle spasms.
How to Make Poisonous Gas
 It is simple enough. This is an easy way to make a poisonous gas that can kill, or at least severely injure when made. Here is what you do.
How to Make a Crossbow by Splint
 I hope you get the idea, it should look like a rifle without a barell, in fact you could even use a rifle without a barell if you wanted to, but it would have to have wood running a good distance along under the barell. A play rifle, like the type you get at Disneyland would work to.
How to Make a Silencer by Brian Douglas Kendall
 Silencer is a term used back and forth with 'suppressor. A firearm silencer would not just be the part that screws on the front of the barrel, rather it should also consist of a contraption to muffle the bolt action and ejection of the used cartridge. A suppressor is a device that quiets or completely eliminates the noise from the expelling bullet and gases.
How to Make a Taser by Zilith the Insane
 It is easy using a disposable camera.
Information on E.L.F. Waves
 Information on E.L.F. waves. You might be affected by them without ever knowing, interesting and scary stuff at the same time.
Jail-bird Ice Pick by 6ic-Cee
 Need to make a concealable weapon with an extremely limited amount of supplies?
Key Word "Survival" by Carl J. Archer
 The following are excerpts from notes on survival training that I used while an instructor at the Special Forces School (1983-1985), and the US Army Ranger School (1986-1988). They reflect my opinions and understandings of survival techniques and in no way should they be accepted as "gospel." If you have a need or interest in wilderness survival, I suggest you research the subject by reading any of the many excellent sources on the market.
Killing Our Own: The Disaster of America's Experience with Atomic Radiation by Harvey Wasserman & Norman Solomon
 This is the frightening story of the damage that has already been done to our own people--to children even more than to adults--by the unlocking of the power of the atom. It investigates the testing of our nuclear weapons, the sloppy practices within the nuclear industry, and the problems with our atomic power plants.
Knife Fightin' by Evil_Tree
 How to knife fight like a bad ass.
Knife Fighting by Don Pentecost
 Books on Knife Fighting and Knives
Landmine Detection by Robert S. Burlage
 Using bacteria to detect the presence of landmines capitalizes on their response to explosive compounds. This research involves engineering, which requires a knowledge of the bacterial genes, and sensitive detection equipment.
Lecture on Bio/Warfare/Terrorism/Weapons by Francis A. Boyle
 The only people who would have the capability to do this would be individuals who either are currently employed by the Department of Defense or the CIA doing biowarfare work, or had been employed by the Department of Defense or the CIA doing biowarfare work.
Lego Silencer by Kipling
 How to make homemade silencer/noise suppressor for .22 supersonic bullets using pipe, handlebar grip, and lego.
Liquid Oxidizer by lpumsunpiyush
 A liquid oxidizer for explosives, comprising nitric acid, ammonium nitrate and water.
List of Handguns
 This is not all inclusive, but gets bigger each time. The prices are suggested retail. The emphasis here is on practical self-defense guns, as I'm not a hunter and don't live in a gunfriendly area.
List of U-2, SR-71 Units, with Bases, OLs, and Dets by Andreas Gehrs-Pahl
 Here is the corrected and completed list of all U-2 and SR-71 units, their bases, OLs and Dets. (Last update January 11, 1995)
Makarov Silencer by Prof. James Toadstool
 How to construct a simple silencer for a Makarov pistol.
Making Dum-Dum Bullets by arch vile
 This is how to make your bullet a lot better.
Making Slingshots
 Slingshots are useful tools for the dirty trickster. The modern ones are as different from the forked-limb-and-inner-tube variety of your youth as a Daisy BB gun is from a Taser. They aren't even called slingshots any more. The technocrats have renamed them hand catapults.
Making a Shock Rod by Circle Lord
 This handy little circuit is the key to generating THOUSANDS of volts of electricity for warding off attackers (notice the plural). It generates it all from a hefty 6-volt source and is easily fit into a tubular casing.
Material Safety Data Sheet: Agent T
 T is a vesicant (blister agent) and alkylating agent producing cytotoxic action on the hematopoietic (blood forming) tissues, which are especially sensitive, much the same as for HD. The median lethal and incapacitating doses of T in man have not been established.
Material Safety Data Sheet: DS2 (Decontaminating A
Material Safety Data Sheet: GA/Tabun (Lethal Nerve Agent)
 GA is a lethal cholinesterase inhibitor similar in action to GB. Although only about half as toxic as GB by inhalation, GA in low concentrations is more irritating to the eyes than GB. The number and severity of symptoms that appear are dependent on the quantity and rate of entry of the nerve agent introduced into the body.
Material Safety Data Sheet: GB/Sarin (Lethal Nerve Agent)
 GB is a lethal cholinesterase inhibitor. Doses that are potentially life threatening may be only slightly larger than those producing least effects. Effective dosages for vapor are estimated for exposure durations of 2-10 minutes.
Material Safety Data Sheet: GD/Zoman (Lethal Nerve
Material Safety Data Sheet: Lewisite (Blister Agen
Material Safety Data Sheet: Mustard Gas (Distilled Mustard - Blister)
 HD is a vesicant (causing blisters) and alkylating agent producing cytotoxic action on the hematopoietic (blood-forming) tissues which are especially sensitive. The rate of detoxification of HD in the body is very slow and repeated exposures produce a cumulative effect.
Material Safety Data Sheet: VX (Lethal Nerve Agent)
 VX is a lethal cholinesterase inhibitor. Doses which are potentially life-threatening may be only slightly larger than those producing least effects. Death usually occurs within 15 minutes after absorption of a fatal dosage.
Military Lists by SailFree
 A collection of checklists and similar items that may prove useful to soldiers, sailors, or others who have similar interests.
Mustard Agents: An Overview of the Sulfur and Nitrogen Mustard Agents
 Mustard agents are usually classified as "blistering agents" owing to the similarity of the wounds caused by these substances resembling burns and blisters. However, since mustard agents also cause severe damage to the eyes, respiratory system and internal organs, they should preferably be described as "blistering and tissue-injuring agents".
NASA F/A-18 Flies First Thrust Vectoring Flight
 NASA's F/A-18 High-Alpha Research Vehicle (HARV) has maneuvered in flight for the first time using a specially- designed thrust vectoring system. The successful test sets the stage for research flights over the next 2 years that could make future jet fighters safer and easier to fly at very high angles-of- attack.
NBC Warfare Operations
 What is the purpose of Nuclear, Biological and Chemical operations and Nuclear Warfare? The primary purpose of NBC Warfare is to produce casualties in man and animals and to deny or hinder the use of space, facilities, or material.
NRA Firearms Fact Card - 1995 by National Rifle Association
 Like all rights protected by the Bill of Rights, the right to keep and bear arms is individually possessed by the American people. The recent concept of a "collective right" is fraudulent because the Framers understood the concept of a "right" to apply only to individuals and used the word "states" when collective meanings were intended.
Natural Poisons for Ninjas
 I was born in Japan, raised and taught the art of Ninjutsu from my family. I immigrated to the U.S. and became a U.S. citizen. I've been studying the art for over 15 years now. I am revealing some of the secrets to you since many people are writing bullshit to please the kids, and all that makes me mad.
Nerve Agents: Lethal Organo- Phosphorus Compounds
 All nerve agents belong chemically to the group of organo-phosphorus compounds. They are stable and easily dispersed, highly toxic and have rapid effects both when absorbed through the skin and via respiration. Nerve agents can be manufactured by means of fairly simple chemical techniques. The raw materials are inexpensive and generally readily available.
Ninjitsu Weapons
 A list of weapons that ninjas used.
Non-Lethal Weapons Research in the US: Calmatives and Malodorants by Sunshine Project
 Militaries and domestic law enforcement agencies in the United States and elsewhere are closely following this research and, in some instances, participating. The non-lethal weapons research detailed here raises questions about protection of civil liberties, particularly freedoms of thought and expression.
Non-lethal Weapons to Watch For by Candace Etter
 New weapons that the government designs and the police departments love are aimed at you! All agencies claim that the devices are strictly for crowd control, but monitoring agencies, like Human Rights Watch, are rebutting their so-called non-lethal nature. As a matter of fact, many of these devices cause serious, long-term, irreversible damage to human beings.
Normative- Empathetic Warfare by Chris Lapp
 Normative-Empathetic warfare is the combat mode of the twenty-first century. The method involves adopting an empathetic view of the victim, parsing his value schemata, and then creating a situation where his value schemata bias him in favor of an action that can later lead to the victim's control by the adversary, and/or ultimately his destruction.
Nuclear Blindness: Overview of Biological Warfare Programs of the USSR and Iraq by Christopher J. Davis
 By 1979, despite the Sverdlovsk anthrax release, a senior British government policy official described any biological weapons threat as nebulous. President Nixon's biological weapons disarmament declaration in 1969 had conveyed the impression that biological weapons were uncontrollable and that the U.S. program had not been successful in producing usable weapons (when in fact the opposite was true). Throughout this period, both the former Soviet Union and Iraq conceived, albeit in different ways, their new biological weapons programs.
Obtaining Full-Auto Weapons by The Angel of Destiny
 There are a few ways of going about it legally. In all cases you need aproval from the BATF(Bureau of Alchohol, tobacco, and Firearms). ApProval involves sending a letter to the BATF telling them where you live, and why you want to own a full-auto firearm.
Of Biological Warfare, Antisemitism, and Aphrodisiacs
 I am the victim of a new kind of crime. A high tech crime. People should know about it before there are more victims.Therefore I have seized on the Internet as a way of getting the word out. The implications of the story I relate here are explosive.
One Shot Kills by xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
 How to make the most lethal ammo.
Pipe Pistol for .22 Caliber Ammunition
 A .22 Caliber pistol can be made from 1/8 in. nominal diameter extra heavy, steel gas or water pipe and fittings. Lethal range is approximately 33 yards (30 meters).
Pipe or "Zip" Guns
 Commonly known as "zip" guns, guns made from pipe have been used for years by juvenile punks. Today's Militants make them just for the hell of it or to shoot once in an assassination or riot and throw away if there is any danger of apprehension.
Pneumatic Spud Shooter by Bob Simon
 More volatile fuels can be very unpredictable and create pressures that would shatter the PVC pipe. Compressed air can be regulated to exact pressures making it an excellent propellant. The trick is releasing a large volume of air at once to launch the projectile. Here's how it's done...
Poison Pen
 Cut about 1/4 in. or .7cm off end of syringe tube. Generally make the tube streamlined. Take insides out of pen. Sheer off tip of pen until you can push the syringe in with light pressure and have all the needle, but nothing else, protruding from the tip.
Poison Warfare (Nerve) Gases by Clark Staten
 The consequences of letting the "Chemical Genie out of the bottle" have been demonstrated by the chemical release in the Tokyo subway system. There are many nerve agents available to terrorist or subverise organizations.
Protecting Yourself from Chemical and Biological Warfare by SFC Red Thomas (Ret)
 These weapons are about terror, if you remain calm, you will probably not die. This is far less scary than the media and their "Experts" make it sound.
Psychological operations in guerrilla warfare
Pyschological Operations in Guerrilla Warfare
Radiological and Nuclear Devices
 An RDD is a conventional bomb not a yield-producing nuclear device. RDDs are designed to disperse radioactive material to cause destruction, contamination, and injury from the radiation produced by the material. An RDD can be almost any size, defined only by the amount of radioactive material and explosives.
Rebuilding .45 M1911A1 Pistol to USAMTU Specifications
 Test ammunition shall be caliber .45 Match hard ball or wadcutter as appropriate. Average extreme spread for three consecutive groups of ten rounds each are not to exceed 2.5 inches with no group larger than 3 inches for wadcutter pistols and 3 inches average for hard ball. No hardball group may exceed 3.5 inches.
Revolver Checkout by Jim March
 How to tell if a particular specimen is any good.
Ricin by Punk Rock Girl
 The deadliest poison known to man.
Russia's Operational Star Wars Defense System by Robert E. McElwaine
 The little-known TRUTH is that the Russians started deploying an OPERATIONAL "Star Wars" defense system in September 1977, and it has greatly grown and improved since that time. It is a SPACE TRIAD built around CHARGED-PARTICLE BEAM and NEUTRON PARTICLE BEAM WEAPONS.
Sadistically Ruining Someone's Day by Stryper
 First, take someone you don't like. I'll think of a name and use it as an "Example." Uhm, lets see... How bout Gil... Yes Gil will do just fine. Well first you get the person to some out of the way place, like the desert.
Secret Advanced Vehicles Demonstrate Technologies for Future Military Use
 Advanced secret aircraft developed at highly classified government facilities in the Nevada desert over the last decade are demonstrating and validating new technologies for the U.S.'s future fighters, bombers and reconnaissance platforms.
Shotgun Loads by PrimoPyro
 The shotgun is a versatile weapon in that it can fire a variety of loads. These ideas are meant for 12 ga. weapons.
Shuriken by The Ninja Warrior
 The Shuriken or the throwing star has mainly one purpose to the Ninja. A distraction for escape, much like the smoke screen.
Silencers by Shadow Spawn
 Silencers mask the explosion and hot gases expelled by a rifle or pistol and to hide the muzzle flash of the weapon.
Slam Fires on M1 Garands, M1A's, FN-LAR's, SAT-48's and M1 Carbines
 Slam fires occur when the bolt closes and, without the trigger being pulled, the round that was chambered fires and destroys the gun. An analysis of these problems seems to indicate that.
Smallpox: An Attack Scenario by Tara O'Toole
 Smallpox virus, which is among the most dangerous organisms that might be used by bioterrorists, is not widely available. The international black market trade in weapons of mass destruction is probably the only means of acquiring the virus.
Special Forces by J.A. Rodriguez
 Each team presents its solution/plan on how they will accomplish the mission. Commander asks a lot of questions and expects detailed answers. If not, you're a "no-go". An example would be "What are the most common diseases in the area?" And everyone will have to know, not just the medics.
Special Warfare Manual by Baby Huey and The Titan
 Most Special Forces and SEAL personnel prefer to wear black clothing. However, during the Vietnam years, U.S. forces operating in south China, Laos, Cambodia, North Vietnam, and South Vietnam preferred to wear Tiger Stripe camouflage
Steel Casings by Gray Chance
 This is by far the most deadly of the pipe bombs.
Supressor/Silencer by Shadow Spawn
 A actual working design for a .22Rimfire silencer that works for both pistols and rifles
Survival Kits by The Omega Man
 A major part of surviving a disaster of any type is being adequately prepared. In this months installment, we will discuss the putting-together of a short- term survival kit. The object of this package is to be easy to carry around in a small backpack or in a car, to keep you alive for 3-5 days, and to act as a basis for a larger equipment set- up.
Survival Sunglasses by John Williams
 Highly reflective sunglasses (motorcycle police type) have major survival advantages. They can be obtained in both prescription and non-prescription form in any style. In fact, you can have existing glasses (not with plastic lenses) coated for about $10. (a little more today: ed.) Silver is the most popular coating but there are also blue, tan, pink, etc.
Tear Gases: An Overview of Riot Control Agents
 Tear gases is the common name for substances which, in low concentrations, cause pain in the eyes, flow of tears and difficulty in keeping the eyes open. Tear gases are used mainly in military exercises and in riot control, etc., but have also been used as a method of warfare.
The Advantages and Limitations of Calmatives for Use as a Non-Lethal Technique by Dr. Joan M. Lakoski, Dr. W. Bosseau Murray, Dr. John M. Kenny
 This report highlights the pharmacological affects of a calmative, including a discussion of pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic principles of drug action in the central nervous system. There are several major classes of pharmaceutical compounds that fall under the category of depressants including sedative-hypnotic agents, anesthetic agents, skeletal muscle relaxants, opioid analgesics, an anti-anxiety or anxiolytics, antipsychotics, antidepressants, and selected drugs of abuse.
The Aussie Mortar
 This device is very easy to build, quite safe (if you keep your distance) and marvelously noisy. It is simply an electronically fired mortar of surprising power, and can be modified in terms of power and manufacture to suit your specific environmental requirements.
The FBI's 10mm Pistol by John C. Hall
 For several decades, FBI Agents carried the .38 caliber revolver as a standard firearm. Now, after extensive testing and evaluation, the FBI is converting to a new semiautomatic pistol. The new pistol, built to FBI specifications and chambered for a new cartridge; the 10mm, will be issued to all FBI Agents to replace existing revolvers.
The Face of Anti-Urban Guerilla War by Eridu
 A brief synopsis of the Army's new infantry carrier vechicle (ICV), the Stryker. An 8-wheel drive, 19 ton, hard-steel beast, the Stryker is an ideal urban assault vechicle currently being deployed in Iraq.
The Gurkha Khukri Fighting Knife by John Williams
 What is a Gurkha Khukri Fighting Knife? The Ghurkhas are members of Nepalese commando regiments serving in the British and Indian armed services. They are renowned for their ferocity, bravery, and efectiveness in hand-to-hand combat.
The Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird by Micro Brat
 Perhaps one of the most ellegant aircraft of recent times is the Lockheed SR- 71A Blackbird. It's unique shape means that it is easily identifiable, if it is seen that is. With altitude records of 85,000 ft, and a top speed of Mach 3.17 means that people rarely have the chance to see it
The Mind Has No Firewall by Timothy L. Thomas
 An entirely new arsenal of weapons, based on devices designed to introduce subliminal messages or to alter the body's psychological and data-processing capabilities, might be used to incapacitate individuals. These weapons aim to control or alter the psyche, or to attack the various sensory and data-processing systems of the human organism.
The Office Bow of Death by Brian Xmas
 Making a VERY POWERFUL bow out of materials you can find at work or at home.
The Potato Bazooka!
 From the people who brought you the tennis ball cannon, and the potato gun, comes the newest device for home safety and recreation!
The Ten Essentials by Scott Stoddard
 The "10 Essentials" are items that cannot be improvised from materials lying on the forest floor. To be found without these few items, even only a few miles from camp or cabin, can spell disaster.
The Truth About Handgun Waiting Periods
 In much of the propaganda in support of a national waiting period, it is alleged that, if such a waiting period/background check system had been in place, "John Hinckley would have been caught" because "he lied on a federal form" when he purchased the revolver used in his attack on President Reagan.
The Unoffical Operator Manual for the Ruger Mk II by Richard M. Bash
 The following applies to all models of the Ruger Mark II .22 caliber pistol, including the Government Model, as manufactured by Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as "Ruger").
Toothpick Blow Gun by Eric
 With some trial and error, construct a homemade blow gun out of toothpicks, some cotton balls, and a straw!
Toxins: Potential Chemical Weapons from Living Organisms
 Toxins are effective and specific poisons produced by living organisms. Many of them are extremely poisonous, with a toxicity that is several orders of magnitude greater than the nerve agents.
Typical BW Aerial Spray Test
 In August and September of 1958, Dugway ran six night trials on the Aerial Spray Grid. The tests used a low flying F-100A with a modified a 275-gallon fuel tank to act as the spray dispenser.
U.S. Military Cartridge Headstamp Codes
 Military ammunition in the US is tracked so carefully, that it is only a matter of size that prevents the government from slapping a serial number on every round. Ammunition is identified by a lot number that tells where it was made and which batch it came from. This lot number is placed on every packing container that ammo is put in.
U.S. Military Inspector Marks
 Small arms of the United States Army and Navy bear an initial or initials which are called inspector's marks. These marks appear on stocks, grips or metal parts. Some arms, especially older ones, have more than one inspector's initial or initials.
U.S. Military Ordnance Nomenclature
 You're sitting down reading the paper when you see an ad that Saigon Sam The Surplus Man is having his semi annual VA Cut My Benefits Sale. You trot on down to Sams a he's offering original .45 ACP M1921 ammo for $250 per case of 5000. Sounds great except you dont know what M1921 ammo is.
Unconventional Warfare Terms
 A civilian organization which supports the resistance movement through clandestine operations by providing the guerrilla force with food, clothing, shelter, arms, ammunition, early warning, intelligence, replacements, funds, medical supplies, and moral support.
Unconventional Warfare: Devices and Techniques by Video Vindicator
 These files covers all aspects of incendiary systems. They describe useful initiators, ignitors, incendiary materials, delay mechanisms, and spontaneous combustion devices designed for direct use in sabotage and unconventional warfare.
Unconventional Warfare: Initiators (#2) by Video Vindicator
 These files covers all aspects of incendiary systems. They describe useful initiators, ignitors, incendiary materials, delay mechanisms, and spontaneous combustion devices designed for direct use in sabotage and unconventional warfare.
VX BioToxin by Richard Finke
 Recent media reports out of Baghdad make mention of a compound referred to as XV and the fact that the (Red) Chinese have balked at finishing construction of large containers with glass liners ordered by Iraq. These containers are needed for the production of VX which is the most powerful nerve agent known to man.
War Tactics
 I don't know if these will be of any use to you, being the civilized, cultured human beings we are, but I've been known to use them.
War in the Age of Invisible Machines by Thomas McCarthy
 Molecular nanotechnology is an emerging technology that has the potential to redefine the sources of power in the world and to change the structure of the international system, thus influencing the business of states, from how they live and trade to how they conduct war.
War in the Age of Invisible Machines by Thomas McCarthy
 One of the highest hopes one can have for molecular manufacturing is that it will remove some of the causes of war, and contribute to a generally safer and more stable global environment. On the surface, there is cause to believe it will make the world safer, as there is a wide variety of conflicts that will be eased or even eliminated entirely by an advanced breed of this technology.
What is Information Warfare? by Martin Libicki
 In recent years, a concept known as "information warfare" has become popular within certain circles of the U.S. defense establishment. The concept is rooted in the undisputable fact that information and information technologies are increasingly important to national security in general and to warfare specifically. According to this concept, advanced conflict will increasingly be characterized by the struggle over information systems.
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