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Simple Tactical Solutions' Wire Web

Wire Web from Simple Tactical Solutions was designed by a tactical operator at a large metropolitan law enforcement agency. Wire Web is upgraded law enforcement/military grade silly string used as a tripwire detection aid, according to the company.

May 06, 2011

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Josh @ 5/8/2011 2:56 AM

Wow, silly string! The department could go to the dollar store and buy cases of this. To dress it up, just get some camo tape!!!

EP4 @ 5/9/2011 10:55 PM

We've used this. It differs from silly string in that it has a law enforcement trigger and it shows up with night vision. It also uses NON FLAMMABLE propellant which is not used in the dollar store stuff. The dollar store stuff will create a flame thrower if exposed to open flame or taser arc. Wire Web is also made in the USA which creates jobs for Americans. I bet the Dollar store stuff is all made in China.

TopGun211 @ 12/5/2011 6:51 AM

Nice answer EP4.

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