Thursday, April 12, 2012

How to Deal With Armored Vehicles

This picture is making it's rounds on Facebook and elsewhere. It was taken taken at the MacDill Airfest, March 2010, according to the photographer.


As usual, and rightfully so, people are alarmed by it. What ever could the DHS ever need those for? Well, it's not for use against illegal aliens, that's for sure.

We all know the answer. But for all of its armor, it can easily be rendered blind, which renders this very expensive piece of machinery very ineffective. It doesn't matter if they're UN troops or your local PD with government funded machines. The results are the same.

STEP 1
Get a bunch of paint filled balloons:

TIP: Make the balloon a 50/50 mixture of water and paint for more paint spread upon impact.

STEP 2
Get a water balloon launcher and 2 friends:
TIP: If you're organized enough, you can have multiple groups of people with launchers.

STEP 3
Let loose:



The beauty of the water balloon launcher is that you don't ever have to get close. Some launchers claim distances of 400 yards.

It's also effective against personnel.




Now I'm not advocating anyone to go out and do this, not yet anyway. You'll know when the time comes. And when it does, the paint balloons are just the beginning.

When we get to that point, when the gloves are off, when we are fighting for our lives, we're going to want to WIN! 

PHASE 2:

Turn up the heat.

I'm not going to tell you how, I'm just going to show you with what.

Stormproof (wind/water proof) matches
Octane doesn't matter.

2 cycle oil for stickness, or you can use egg whites, rubber cement, dish soap, etc.

Make sure it has a top and leave 1/3 empty for easier breakage.

Matches won't stick to glass by themselves


Finished product, ignite matches before throwing.
Desired result

And then once they're out, you don't have to worry about them hiding inside that impenetrable armored beast.

Then you can move on to
PHASE 3:



36 comments:

  1. Hey....I'm not saying great info. I'm just saying it's nice of you to be so willing to share your knowledge. :-)

    DAN III
    Pennsylvania

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  2. One might even add some chemicals to the paint balloons for an improved antipersonnel effect...

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  3. There is a good 'description' of a self-igniting version using styrofoam, gasoline, battery acid and potassium something (chlorate?) in a book I read not so long ago. I think it was a Rawles'ian style book ;-) More napalm sticky than 2-stroke slippery.
    Just be careful if you are thinking about upping the ante. I hear they get kinda pissed when they're on fire.

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    1. I know of the 'recipe' you speak of but I decided to use the KISS version that can be implemented fairly quickly.

      Fire is a great morale breaker.

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    2. Your right millerized, it was Rawles book "Survivors". Just read it!!

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  4. Dan III, I see you on all of these websites, get a life!

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    1. What is a leftist doing here ? BTW....if you see me on all those sites what are you doing at all of them ? DHS monitoring ?

      As you can see readers....the enemy is amongst us.

      DAN III
      Pennsylvania

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    2. Anon @ 0634. I'm glad you "see" me. I see you too...."Anonymous". How do you do it ? As "Anonymous" you sure cover lots of ground. Amazing.

      Want to intro yourself ? You can talk trash to my face at TLinEXILE.blogspot.com and his PATCOM in Mercer, PA weekend of 27-29 April. I'll have a dark blue pro ballcap on with two white letters on the front.

      Cya there, right ?

      DAN III
      Pennsylvania

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    3. dan....connect with me.....greg whalen.....allegheney rangers militia....from st marys pa....and anyone else from Pa. salute greg whalen

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  5. Take note of the water (or other liquid) spray nozzles int the rear wheel well of the DHS vehicle. Now look at the front wheel well - yup, see 'em there as well? They're planning for dealing with fire. That vehicle has nothing to do with immigration or customs - its all about riot control.

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  6. What's the strip under the match and how does it ignite the match?

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    1. You ignite the matches before launch. Being storm matches, they won't blow out from the rushing air as it's thrown. The strip under the matches appears to be tape, the same kind used to adhere it to the bottle on the top and bottom. It's a photo of a Finnish Molotov used against Russian tanks in the Winter War.

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  7. Best method for pumping the water-paint into a balloon?

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    1. Water bottle with a sports top. Put a 50/50 mixture of paint and water in the bottle, put the balloon over the top, flip the bottle upside-down, squeeze it in there, then twist the ballon closed, turn right side up and take balloon off.

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  8. I think I'll do this at my son's birthday party this year. That way I won't have to throw another party.

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  9. Why not gasoline instead of water with the paint in the balloons?

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    1. Gas will eat threw the balloon

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  10. Looks like reactive armor plates bolted on to the body to protect the occupants against RPG or HEAT type rounds. I guess the cartels are spreading the wealth????

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    1. Looks like the armor panels are made to be replaced. Those aren't reactive armor panels.

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    2. Reactive armor plates are made to be replaced. Once they've done their job the remains are unbolted and the new one is bolted back into place.

      When the army was transitioning from the M60A3s to the M1 series of tanks the M60A3's turrets were covered with reactive armor plates. If you can find some pictures taken during Desert Storm quite a few of the A3's and Bradley's were toting reactive armor. The Israelis use it as well on their merkava's.

      Reactive armor is made to explode when impacted to deflect the round's, shaped charges such as an RPG, energy away from the main armor before it can penetrate into the crew compartment. It is made to be replaced.

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  11. LOL, Anony 6.34: you see Dan at all the websites because you don't have a life... finger pointing is always pointing more fingers at you. Silly kids.
    Anony 11.26- I'm pretty certain if you pput gasoline in a baloon, the ballon will fall apart. They've got pretty much the same composition as a prophylactic and petroleum products eat right through them. Also, if it can be at all helped, you don't want any evidence sticking to you, so do your best to insure yourself agianst reprisal. Try different methods, see which you like better.
    YMMV.

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    1. YMMV....thanks for your support. Amazing how one makes observations and ridicules me for being at various blogs while he himself is there "observing" me and others.

      The enemy is amongst us.

      DAN III
      Pennsylvania

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  12. I get more satisfation out of seeing APC nailed with a Barrett .50...takes the skin and hair off the occupants too!

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    1. Unfortunately most of us don't have one. We'll clear the way for you folks who do, or you'll clear the way for us folks that don't.

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  13. TIP: Add Capsaicin crystals or Ghost Pepper powder to the paint emulsion in the balloons.

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  14. http://kahunasniper.deviantart.com/journal/DHS-s-New-Toy-214762407 just a bit of information regarding the chillrun's new toy.

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  15. Flatten the tires, cut the break lines, potato in the exhaust

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  16. Depending on the composition of the windows there are several solvents and acids that can permanently etch them. Meaning it will take more than just a power washer to clean them up. There are also water reactive chemicals that will burn hotter in the presence of water, they've been used since the medieval days. A possible solution to the water nozzles by the tires. Tires also being made out of some sort of plastic/rubber compound are sensitive to particular solvents as well. The government feels they need these because the we are not afraid of them but they are afraid of us.

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  17. DHS is monitoring this site. every one needs to be careful not to paint themselves as a target.

    And yes. Google can give then the IP of even Anon.

    No Fear. Just a word of wisdom.

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    1. I have understood that for QUITE some time.

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    2. Oh yes....they are here. Hell, whether DHS monitors or not, they have the enemy amongst us. I had an "anonymous" attack me for "being at all these sites".

      The scum is amongst us....DHS or otherwise.

      DAN III
      Pennsylvania

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  18. One final note. While this is good information to have for when the Evil catches you off-guard and attack on their OWN terms, it is FAR smarter to deal with them on YOUR terms. They spend far less of their time in and around these vehicles than they do in the office or in their car or on foot, or even asleep in their homes. Hit them when they are NOT expecting it, at the time and place of YOUR choosing, and under their very own Rules of Engagement. After all, if the other people in that house were not associating with criminals...

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    1. that last line,lol

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  19. Have not tried it yet . But was wondering about spray foam in balloons ? The stuff is rather messy and very hard to clean off !

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  20. THEY KNOW OUR NAMES OUR FAMILIES NAMES,WHERE WE LIVE.WE ARE ON LISTS SOME WHERE.THAT IS WHY WE ARE VULNERABLE.FAMILIES! DO WE KNOW THEM?

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  21. I'm in an inventor pool with the military and we get regular emails with "CFI's" (Call for innovation) and a recent one came over requesting someone invent/produce a "fire mitigation/extinguishing system for the outside of a MRAP". About six months ago. FYI

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