Louisiana bill goes after Tannerite, wants to regulate like high explosives

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Louisiana House Bill 160, to regulate binary target indicators the same way as high explosives, cleared a committee Wednesday.

The focus of the bill is binary exploding shot indicators used in reactive targets. These compounds, most notably Tannerite, are two separate chemicals that, when mixed, creates a material that when shot by a high-velocity round will explode on contact.

The bill passed in committee Wednesday by a 10-4 vote.

“If you saw some of the videos it would scare you, what some people are doing with them. It needs to be regulated and controlled,” said a representative of the Louisiana State Police in front of the Louisiana House Committee on Administration of Criminal Justice Wednesday…

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