i'm thinking about buying these.

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  1. freds

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    for no other reason but to post my BAC.
     
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    For date night eh? Nice
     
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    it's a two pack so i'll send the other one to Shivvy.
     
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    then i would be tempted to match my readings against the local cop's.
     
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    How Does it Work?
    resqme easily fits on to your keychain with a detachable clip. This small size also allows it to be hung with the lanyard on the rear mirror or attached on the sun visor with the visor clip. In the event of an entrapment, pull the clip away from the product to reveal the cutter (blade). Hook the blade over the jammed seat belt and slice it diagonally to free yourself. To activate the window breaker, simply push the black cylindrical head against the side window until the concealed spring-loaded spike releases and shatters the window. Shattering a side window with resqme takes as little as 12 lb of pressure, meaning that virtually anyone can use it.


    this is bullshit.
     
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    My buddy blew a .42 in to one of those once... it may have been accurate.