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    New Military Weapon R9X - the Flying Ginsu

    No collateral damage or casualties...as long as you're not arm in arm.

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    Wonder if you could drop that on a wild hog and kill him and skin and quarter him at the same time?
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    Hey?.....if it works- its a good thing.
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    "The RX9 is nicknamed 'The Flying Ginsu' in reference to a type of high-quality chef's knife."

    Huh? 'Ginsu' and 'high-quality' do not belong in the same sentence. Ginsu is a cheaply made low quality knife that no professional chef would ever consider using. If one did, he/she would be laughed out of the kitchen and dispatched to the dish pit never to be seen again.
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    A Ginsu may be cheap and low quality but it will slice a tomato so thin that you can see thru it. It's like a Hi-Point. It gets no respect but it works anytime and every time.
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    The AGM-176 Griffin is more commonly used.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/AGM-176_Griffin

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    This is one of those weapon systems it's best to try and keep out of the public ear. I can hear cries of inhumane and war crimes now. The fact is a rocket propelled anvil with short swords on it is going to be a whole lot more humane than old age.
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    I'd like to see your credentials that allow you to speak with authority on this matter...

    Quote Originally Posted by chefduane View Post
    "The RX9 is nicknamed 'The Flying Ginsu' in reference to a type of high-quality chef's knife."

    Huh? 'Ginsu' and 'high-quality' do not belong in the same sentence. Ginsu is a cheaply made low quality knife that no professional chef would ever consider using. If one did, he/she would be laughed out of the kitchen and dispatched to the dish pit never to be seen again.

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