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Homebuilt 200W Laser Bbazooka

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  • 8 Jul, 2016  |
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№1 Author: kryptor (8 Jul 2016 10:46) Total user comments: 4840


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D.A.R.P.A. should look into this.
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№2 Author: RavenLunatic (8 Jul 2016 18:04) Total user comments: 269


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The technology exists because D.A.R.P.A. or other such organizations did look into this. They recoup research cost by developing watered down versions for mass consumption.
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№3 Author: Maxid (9 Jul 2016 20:42) Total user comments: 694


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Except for a couple of money sinks, D.A.R.P.A. has pretty much given up on offensive laser weapons, for reasons demonstrated in this video. For example, one of the hardest parts of building a laser weapon has been developing a tracking system that can keep the laser beam on a very tight spot on a moving target long enough to do damage (notice how long it took to burn through the computer case, and how he had to hold it at just the right distance and angle.). With modern laser detection tech, an acquired target can avoid damage simply by rotating such that the beam can't stay on one spot.
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№4 Author: scallywagg (13 Jul 2016 00:29) Total user comments: 9


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i want sharks with lazer beams attached to there frikin heads lol .......kool
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