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KY laser laws?

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I am sadly moving out of oregon for two years to kentucky.
GF got into a great school program there. Anyways I have been trying to research their laser laws and dont seem to find any specifics. I am assuming they will just fall under FDA regulations. Our famous machinist from KY seems to have dissappeared.
Anyways... if anyone could help thatd be great.
 





Razako

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Should just be the typical FDA regulations and such,
 
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Are you sure it's just for two years? Don't get stuck there unable to move back. And don't buy any of that illegal Moonshine/White lightning, it's not FDA approved. :crackup:

Alan
 
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Ha you killin me Alan.
Yea I hope it's only for that long.
I do like me some moonshine though! :)
 

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Ha you killin me Alan.
Yea I hope it's only for that long.
I do like me some moonshine though! :)

Can you get everclear even the 151 proof version in KY or a state next to it.?

it's moonshine/over proof vodka plus it's 100% safe since there's no risk of it being cut with methanol amd you going blind.

plus it makes a great non toxic lens cleaner.
 
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Can you get everclear even the 151 proof version in KY or a state next to it.?

it's moonshine/over proof vodka plus it's 100% safe since there's no risk of it being cut with methanol amd you going blind.

100% safe?:crackup: there is also Bacardi 151 also 151 proof, it has a warning label danger flammable keep away from fire or flame. Remember that James Bond movie where that guy used some bottles of 151 as Molotov cocktails to start a fire, it will really burn like that. The movie was "A View to A Kill" Christopher Walken played the part of Max Zorin.

plus it makes a great non toxic lens cleaner.

It's also a good solvent for most glue and adhesive.

Alan
 





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