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7<div style="width:600px; text-align:left; padding:15px; font-family:arial; font-size:17px;">A new tactical weapon was recently released that gun-lovers are saying is like a <b>bulletproof vest with <span style="color:#E74C3C">Fangs</span>.</b><br />
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9Yes, it keeps you safe from bad guys&hellip;<br />
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11But if needed it will <b>go on the attack</b> and leave them in a crumpled pile of pain.<br />
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13<a href="http://carbofixx.co/bfIXyu5HHHW8SxHiOj4gVsowlf7XpxOtAsxFv9L-2q26h9694g" target="blank"><b>Guns and knives can&rsquo;t compare to this weapon.</b></a><br />
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15And that&rsquo;s because <a href="http://carbofixx.co/bfIXyu5HHHW8SxHiOj4gVsowlf7XpxOtAsxFv9L-2q26h9694g" target="blank"><b>this space-aged device</b></a> is legal to carry anywhere (take it on planes or into an FBI Safehouse)...<br />
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17But it will still <b>deliver the maximum amount of power</b> to keep you and your loved ones safe&hellip;<br />
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21For a while longer you can get this new weapon at more than 50% off.<br />
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23But because the cost of materials to make it are going up&hellip;<br />
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25<em>This low price won&rsquo;t last much longer!</em><br />
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27With our streets getting more and more dangerous there&rsquo;s never been a better time to own this.<br />
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29<b>Protect your family and yourself and <a href="http://carbofixx.co/bfIXyu5HHHW8SxHiOj4gVsowlf7XpxOtAsxFv9L-2q26h9694g" target="blank">grab yours while they&rsquo;re still on sale.</a></b><br />
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31<em><span style="font-size:14px;"><b>Harris</b></span></em><br />
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49<span style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:3px;">artin is legally protected under Appendix 1 (the highest category) of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) agreement, and is one of 15 &quot;Reserved Species&quot; in Thailand which, under the provisions of the Wild Animal Reservation and Protection Act, BE 2535, cannot be legally hunted, collected, or kept in captivity under any circumstances. Despite official protection, the martin was captured by locals along with other swallows for sale as food or for release by devout Buddhists, and following its discovery by ornithologists, trappers were reported to have caught as many as 120 individuals and sold them to the director of the Nakhon Sawan Fisheries Station who was unable to keep them alive in captivity. Two birds sent to Bangkok Zoo in 1971 also soon died. The small population may therefore have become non-viable. Bueng Boraphet has been declared a Non-Hunting Area in an effort to pr
50 otect the species, but surveys to find this martin have been unsuccessful. These include several searches at the main site, a 1969 survey of the Nan, Yom and Wang Rivers of northern Thailand, and a 1996 survey of rivers in northern Laos. A possible sighting was made in Cambodia in 2004, but a 2008 investigation using speedboat surveys and interviews with villagers in Cambodia near the location of the claimed sighting failed to find any positive evidence, and noted that the habitat was in poor condition. Nevertheless, animals as a large as the saola have been rediscovered in Southeast Asia, so it is conceivable that a small population of the martin survives. Despite the lack of records from China, a 2000 field guide covering the region included this species, since it is the mostly likely breeding area outside Thailand, although it is omit</span></div>