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O/T one expensive Flash Light, $600.00 look

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  1. trap41

    trap41 TS Member

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    Here is a last minute Christmas gift stocking stuffer ...... a 600 dollar flash light, have a look.

    Trapper
     
  2. whiz white

    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    AlcoPro sells one for $800. It has a built-in alcohol sensor in it. When an officer shines it on you in the driver's seat, a motor pulls in air and check it for alcohol.

    Many police departments are using them during alcohol vehicle stops.

    WW
     
  3. trap41

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    Here is a last minute Christmas gift stocking stuffer ...... a 600 dollar flash light, have a look.

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  4. whiz white

    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    AlcoPro sells one for $800. It has a built-in alcohol sensor in it. When an officer shines it on you in the driver's seat, a motor pulls in air and check it for alcohol.

    Many police departments are using them during alcohol vehicle stops.

    WW
     
  5. Hipshot 3

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    I thought only the Department of Defense paid prices like that!
     
  6. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    P.A.S. IV<br>
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    Quantity in Basket: None<br>
    Code: 218<br>
    Price: $799.00<br>
    Shipping Weight: 4.06 pounds<br>
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    -Combines high-intensity flashlight with passive alcohol sensor.<br>
    -"Sniffs" breath of subjects without their participation.<br>
    -Operates with one hand.<br>
    -Battery charger built into device<br>
    -Includes Horizontal Gaze light.<br>
    -Detects alcohol in beverages.<br>
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    The P.A.S. IV Passive Alcohol Sensor represents the state of the art in flashlight passive alcohol sensors. The device has been extensively tested by police at random checkpoints. The P.A.S. IV is sturdy and durable, holding up to the knocks and bumps equipment receives in the field, and is resistant to adverse weather conditions.<br>
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    The P.A.S. IV looks like an ordinary flashlight at first glance. Subjects may never know their breath is being tested for alcohol! At the touch of a button, a silent pump pulls in air from in from of a subject’s mouth as they talk. Within seconds, easy to read colored light bars indicate any alcohol present in the breath. The number of light bars illuminated indicates the approximate amount of alcohol detected. Another touch of the button turns off the alcohol sensor.<br>
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    A built in battery charger runs off AC current or 12 volt DC automobile adapter.
     
  7. halfmile

    halfmile Well-Known Member

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    "Your Tax Dollars At Work"

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  8. Capt. Morgan

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    "AlcoPro sells one for $800. It has a built-in alcohol sensor in it. When an officer shines it on you in the driver's seat, a motor pulls in air and check it for alcohol."

    The US seems to be overrun with technology in search of an application.

    Any decent nose can detect alcohol on the breath, and since prosecutions can only be made (except when minors are involved) based on a verifiable BAC (rather than the "approximate amount of alcohol present"), it seems criminal to waste tax money buying technology to do what the officer's nose does for free.

    Morgan
     
  9. Hipshot 3

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    If you could also use it as a viberator, it might be worth the money! Just think....you could SEE where you're going to!
     
  10. jakearoo

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    Now what I want to see is the 700 dollar vibrator. Jake
     
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