That was sort of my point, that "glob" (Technincal term :biggrin: ) in the last picture made me a little nervous.Rgr5280 said:What if you put too much on the wire? How much is too much? Is the button on top of the can appropriate for regulating the 'string' in a life or death situation? If you're using this to ID wires in a suspicious area how much do you spray? I certainly wouldn't want to be the guy standing within range and pushing the button on the can. It's a cool idea (and I'm certainly not qualified to say whether it's better than nothing) but I certainly wouldn't want to be the guy that sends a can of 'Silly String' to a deployed buddy and loses a friend who can't wait to try it. Just my .02.
rstickle...it would be interesting to hear more of the EOD perspective on this.
That is true, and there is no way you are going to get EOD support all the time.A1C Lickey said:Maybe this is just me, but my understanding of the house to house fighting in Iraq right, you really don't have time nor the ability to call in EOD to clear every room. If you can use silly string, which has a possibility to set off IED's, but it will find them, or to just walk in blind; I'd choose the silly string. It isn't the perfect solution, but it is the best one available.