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Re: stopped a train with my laser

chido

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Re: stopped a train with my laser

Why the hell would you shine the laser at a train? We already have enough problems with fools shining them at airplanes, helicopters, and recently soccer players. :eek:
 

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Re: stopped a train with my laser

Yeah I know it wasn't entirely intentional and besides doing it at a train is WAY WAY safer than airplanes and helis ok... those guys are crazy and playing with people's lives.
 

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Re: stopped a train with my laser

cyclonite said:
Yeah I know it wasn't entirely intentional and besides doing it at a train is WAY WAY safer than airplanes and helis ok... those guys are crazy and playing with people's lives.
entirely?

Not only poorly thought out but totally stupid.

:-/ :'( :-/

Please use your brain before you act, I can see absolutely no reason for such actions.

I see your new thread is based on looking for a more powerful and focused green beam to create a more disruptive and blinding beam?

I certainly hope your plans are more productive and less destructive for this.

SN
 
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Re: stopped a train with my laser

dude how old are you exactly? you have to think about these things. lasers are considered weapons in some states. would you shoot a gun at a train for fun?
 

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Re: stopped a train with my laser

bobobob121 said:
dude how old are you exactly? you have to think about these things. lasers are considered weapons in some states. would you shoot a gun at a train for fun?
Enuf already, I think he got it now, lol.
 

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ohh SH"*$*$"T!!! now I've accidentally deleted my first post on this Thread :'(

how do I get it back now?? sorryyyy
 

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Hmm

I was able to use my back button and did a screen print.

Wonder if you can simply use the back button to repost it.

Let me know if you want it.

SN
 

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Re: stopped a train with my laser

Razako said:
Shining lasers at ANY moving vehicle=bad.  
All right man, that's enough, I think this guy learned his lesson. :)
 

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SuperNova please help me to 'post' it here as a reply. Thank you.

If it's a graphic then errm..... I don't know what to do guys... I'm really sorry can someone help me out?

Thx.
 
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I would like to see the first post.

Now as a Blaze Lasers rep I must mention that this guy is enquiring about a 2 watt IR laser from us and we have already refused his sale. We don't believe he is someone who should possess any laser let alone an enormously powerful 2 watt one that can melt stuff in an instant.
We would seriously rather lose a few dollars and keep the general public safe.
 

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I never intended to purchase a 2W laser. I was only asking Spyro how IR lasers worked. How did you guys ever conclude that? I'm a DIY guy and I can't afford to spend a few hundred bucks on lasers.

Anyway back to the train issue, let me clarify that I didn't aim my laser at the train (vehicle) itself as what most of you seem to have concluded here. I way shining it around(in the dark) and the surface it hit happened to be a railway track. The train came and the driver saw the light on the track.

I hope this clarifies the situation.
 




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