WASP Injection Systems
About the WASP
As divers, we all know what the effects of compressed gas are underwater. Our training teaches us that our lungs would burst from over-inflation if we held our breath and rose to the surface. This principle is key to the effectiveness of the WASP Injection System.
This weapon injects a freezing cold ball of compressed gas, approximately the size of a basketball, at 800psi nearly instantly. The effects of this injection will drop many of the world's largest land predators. The effects of the compressed gas not only cause over-inflation during ascent when used underwater, but also freezes all tissues and organs surrounding the point of injection on land or at sea. When used underwater, the injected gas carries the predator to the surface BEFORE blood is released into the water. Thus giving the diver added protection by diverting other potential predators to the surface.
Military and Tactical
Since World War II, the military has seen its soldiers equipment go through many radical changes and technological advances. From the M1 Garand to the M14 to the M16. Advances in weaponry and even things as simple as a pair of boots make our fighting men the best equipped soldiers in the world.
One weapon, though, has gone unchanged. The knife. Yes, there have been changes in the styles and blade configurations, but it is still just the same old sharpened piece of steel. Until now.
Today our soldiers face many new challenges and to overcome those challenges they deserve the most advanced equipment that is available to them. A simple knife is OK to have, but when it comes down to the last line of defense you want to be carrying something that will get the job done.
Introducing the WASP Injection Knife. A multi-shot gas injection weapon that is devastating to any living creature and will drop some of the largest mammals in a single stab. This easy-to-use, easy-to-reload weapon delivers up to a 24g shot of compressed gas at 800 psi. on land or underwater. It is silent when used and deadly to our enemies. No need to take a chance that the enemy can come back to attack you.
The WASP is ideally suited for:
- Special Op's Troops (Land or Sea)
- Downed Pilots Stranded In Open Water or Remote Forests
- Military Survival Kits
- S.W.A.T. and Special Police
- Security Guards (Special Protective Services, Air Marshals, etc.)
The WASP - Give Our Troops the Edge!
Camping | Hiking | Hunting
For many years I have spent time in the remote back woods as a rock and ice climber. I have seen bear, bobcats, mountain lions, and many other potentially dangerous animals.
In years past, I have armed myself with a handgun. In today's world though, carrying a firearm into remote areas is not acceptable and in some cases even illegal. I see many people going into the back country who are oblivious to the dangers that they could potentially be facing. These people don't realize that once you enter the wild you become part of the food chain.
Carrying a regular knife is useless against a bear or similar predator, but the WASP with its massive injection of compressed gas is devastating to mammals of any size.
Have you ever seen a doctor administer an injection. Before injecting the medicine into the patient, the doctor makes sure to remove all air bubbles. Why? Because a bubble the size of a BB can cause a blockage and kill you.
Now, imagine injecting 40-80 cu. in. of gas in to something. Not only will the presence of gas in the system cause extreme trauma, but the sub-zero temperature of the gas will also freeze any surrounding tissues and be devastating.
So before you go on your next backwoods hike be sure to pick up a WASP Injection Knife!
Boating | Diving | Snorkeling
Nobody wants to engage in hand-to-hand combat with a dangerous marine predator. These situations, as uncommon as they may be, can occur. Until now, the diver has been extremely vulnerable and defenseless.
The WASP Injection Knife gives you the ability to defend yourself with deadly force and, if nothing else, it gives you peace of mind and increased comfort while reducing diver stress levels.
A. In the State of California, there is no maximum length for knives in general. However, the maximum legal length for a switchblade knife is 2 inches. Additionally, it is illegal to carry daggers or dirks concealed, and also illegal to carry many types of knives which are designed for concealment.How much does a wasp injection knife cost? ›
The WASP Injector Knife system is available through the WASP website for US$380.What is a WASP injection knife for? ›
Once again to kind of clear up what I've talked about in the last video it's considered so-called aWhat would a co2 knife do to someone? ›
It is designed to inject high-pressure gas into a wound cavity through a hole in the blade, rather than using gas to propel the blade forward. This is said to expand and freeze the wound, inflicting more damage to the target.What is the most illegal knife? ›
The most banned knife in the country remains the ballistic knife.Why are OTF knives illegal? ›
These laws were put in place to protect against violent crimes carried out using switchblades. Automatic OTF knives are very easy to conceal and can be as deadly as a pistol at close range, so the laws passed by some states are understandable.Are two sided blades illegal? ›
In California, switchblades with blades of two inches or longer are illegal. Fixed-blade knives with blades of two-and-a-half inches or longer are illegal on college/university/school premises.What states is a butterfly knife illegal in? ›
The states that ban butterfly knives include Texas, Kansas, and Hawaii. Butterfly knives are not allowed to be owned or used at all in these three states. Carrying or even owning a butterfly knife in these states could lead to severe legal penalties.What was the knife used in Scream? ›
Ghostface uses a modified Buck 120, which is a common eight-inch hunting knife that is used as the main weapon by Ghostface, a persona adopted by the primary antagonists of the Scream film series.Are ballistic knives legal in the US? ›
Similar to conventional automatic knives, federal law makes ballistic knives with a spring-operated blade illegal to possess, manufacture, sell, or import "in or affecting interstate commerce." This means they are illegal to import from outside the United States, as well as buy or sell over state lines, including ...
In the state of Washington, it is legal to own a dirk, dagger, or any kind of stabbing knife; a bowie knife; a stiletto; a disguised knife; and even throwing stars. What is illegal is to conceal carry a dirk, dagger, or any dangerous weapon.Are OTF knives effective? ›
3 Reasons Why You Should Carry an OTF Knife - YouTubeWhat is a gun knife? ›
A bayonet (from French baïonnette) is a knife, dagger, sword, or spike-shaped weapon designed to fit on the end of the muzzle of a rifle, musket or similar firearm, allowing it to be used as a spear-like weapon.What is CO2 injection? ›
1. n. [Heavy Oil, Enhanced Oil Recovery] An enhanced oil recovery method in which carbon dioxide (CO2) is injected into a reservoir to increase production by reducing oil viscosity and providing miscible or partially miscible displacement of the oil.What is a gas knife? ›
It is a surgical stainless steel knife with a gas canister in the handle. When you stab a victim, the knife "injects a freezing cold ball of compressed gas, approximately the size of a basketball, at 800psi nearly instantly."Why are gravity blades illegal? ›
New York law defines a “gravity knife” as a knife where the blade can be opened because of gravity or a flick of the wrist. They were banned in New York in 1950s due to a series of knife crimes. In contrast, switchblades and other types of knives require the push of a button to open the blade automatically.Can you have a knife in your car? ›
In most states – including New South Wales, Victoria, Northern Territory, and South Australia – it is illegal to carry a weapon, even for self-defense. This includes knives, which states consider dangerous articles or prohibited weapons.Why are butterfly knives illegal? ›
Why Are Butterfly Knives Illegal? Butterfly knives are illegal in many places because of their potential for use as a threatening weapon. A person with extensive practice can deploy butterfly knives with immense speed, which may be the knife's most dangerous quality.Is an OTF knife considered a switchblade? ›
For the uninformed, OTF knives are a type of switchblade – that is, an automatic knife which deploys the blade 'automatically' on pressing a button or switch. Specifically, the OTF knife is a switchblade where the blade simply comes 'out the front'.Are stiletto knives illegal? ›
Dirks, stilettos, daggers, and push knives are legal to own. Disguised knives like lipstick knives, cane knives, and boot knives are legal to own. Bowie knives and other large knives are legal to own. Basically, any knife is legal to own and have in your home.
A stiletto (Italian: [stiˈletto]) is a knife or dagger with a long slender blade and needle-like point, primarily intended as a stabbing weapon.What is a dirk knife? ›
A dirk or dagger is a knife or other instrument with or without a handguard that is capable of ready use as a stabbing weapon that may inflict great bodily injury or death. Most pocketknives and folding knives are not considered to be dirks or daggers unless the blade of the knife is exposed and locked into position.Why are throwing stars illegal? ›
Penal Code 22410 is the California statute that makes it a crime for a person to make, import, sell, give, or possess a shuriken or ninja star. A “shuriken” is a metal object in the form of a star (or another similar geometric shape) with projecting blades or points.Is carrying a knife illegal? ›
Yes, it is illegal in India, but you will not be punished unless someone accuses you of carrying a knife, or you are discovered with one during a formal or routine search by the police or by a private individual.Are brass knuckles illegal? ›
In the United States, there are no federal laws regulating brass knuckles; however, there are various states, county, and city laws that prohibit their sale or possession. Brass knuckles can typically be purchased at markets or from companies that make belt buckles and other metal goods (where legal).Is a butterfly knife a gravity knife? ›
The easy answer to this question is that the “butterfly knife” as described above is not a “gravity knife” and therefore, your mere possession of it is not a violation of New York Penal Law 265.01(1).Are Sharp butterfly knives illegal? ›
Under Penal Code 21510 PC, butterfly knives are considered a form of a switchblade and are illegal in California. Specifically, it is a crime to carry, possess in public, sell, or otherwise transfer a butterfly knife.What knife does John Wick use? ›
The John Wick movies have made OTF knives more popular recently after showcasing a few different Microtech OTF knives in the series. The Tekto Skar is an OTF knife that closely resembles the Microtech Combat Troodon used in John Wick 2, albeit at less than half the price.Is a Buck 119 used in Scream? ›
Did you know that in Scream horror movie Buck 119 Special used as a mail weapun?:) 🔪 Buck 119 again at our stock.Is the Buck 120 Full Tang? ›
Features. SOLID BUILD, SMART DESIGN - Full tang construction with integrated finger guard and a deep choil help make this knife one of the best options for the serious hunter who values quality knives. Overall Length 12", Weight 8.3 oz.
They specifically designed the Ontario 497 Mark 3 Navy Fixed Blade Knife to handle the elements. During operations, Navy SEALs need to rely on their equipment to get the job done. The Mark 3 has several features that make it ideal for special operations.
The Scottish dirk (also "Highland dirk", Scottish Gaelic: Biodag), as a symbolic traditional and ceremonial weapon of the Highland Cathairean (cateran or warrior), is worn by officers, pipers and drummers of Scottish Highland regiments.What knife does the Russian military use? ›
Karatel is a series of knives adopted by FSB (Federal Security Service – the successor of Soviet KGB). The knives have several versions featuring various sheaths, handle materials and slightly different blade shapes.What is the longest knife you can carry in Washington state? ›
RCW (9.41. 270) says it's unlawful for anyone to carry any firearm, dagger, sword, or any other weapon that can cause bodily harm with the intent to intimidate others or threatens their safety. In other words, the length of the knife is irrelevant.Why are butterfly knives illegal in Washington? ›
In the state of Washington, these knives are considered “spring blade knives.” This means that one is not legally allowed to sell, possess, dispose of, or manufacture butterfly knives.Can I buy OTF knife in Washington state? ›
The law states that it is ILLEGAL to own any kind of switchblade or spring blade knife in Washington.Does the military use Microtech knives? ›
Microtech has designed knives for use by the United States Military. Some of these knives have made it to the production world with consumer success. These models include the Halo, UDT, Socom, and Ultratech models.Do OTF knives wear out? ›
Over time and use, the mechanism wears out. If your OTF knife is struggling to release or failing to retract easily, even after a thorough cleaning, it's a good sign that it is time to replace it.Are OTF knives good for defense? ›
OTF knives are a lot of fun. They can also handle many daily tasks and are a good option for self-defense, too. Just don't expect to use them as a camping tool.What knives are banned in the UK? ›
A truncheon that extends automatically by pressing a button, a spring or other device that's in or attached to the handle. A knife with a cutting edge, a serrated edge and images or words suggesting it is used for violence. You should contact your local police to check if a knife or weapon is illegal.
UK knife law allows you to carry non-locking pocket knives with a blade length up to 3 inches (7.62 cm) without any need for a valid reason. You are allowed to carry a knife which exceeds these guidelines in public, but please remember: you then do need a good reason to carry it.Is owning a karambit illegal? ›
Karambits are legal to carry in the state of California provided they do not have a double edged blade and they are not concealed while carrying. If the karambit is sharpened on either side it can be considered a dagger or dirk, which is legal to own and open carry, but not legal to conceal.Why are butterfly knives illegal? ›
Why Are Butterfly Knives Illegal? Butterfly knives are illegal in many places because of their potential for use as a threatening weapon. A person with extensive practice can deploy butterfly knives with immense speed, which may be the knife's most dangerous quality.Can I take a knife camping in the UK? ›
There is no reasonable justification for carrying a combat knife while camping in the UK. The law does not permit carrying any offensive weapon, even for self-defence. It means that you won't be able to defend yourself in a court of law if caught with a combat knife on your person.Can I carry a knife in my car UK? ›
Carrying a knife in public must be in connection with the activity for which it is needed; leaving it in your car or going into a shop with a knife in your pocket if you are returning from or going to a place where you use it etc.What is the legal length of a knife UK? ›
The current UK law states: 'It is illegal carry any knife in public without good reason, unless it has a manual folding blade less than 3 inches long. ' Knives with a folding blade are called EDC, or Every Day Carry.Can I take an AXE camping UK? ›
Well, no. As we explored in the UK Knife Law article, all you can legally carry is a non-locking folding blade under 3 inches in length without reasonable excuse. This means that any axe can be considered an offensive weapon unless you have a justifiable reason to be carrying the axe.Is it illegal to have a knife in your house UK? ›
It isn't illegal in the UK to own a knife in private, like the bread knife in your kitchen. However, if any knife is used in a threatening way, in a private environment, like your house, it becomes an offensive weapon.Can I carry a hunting knife in the UK? ›
In summary – the law on carrying knives in England, Scotland and Wales. It is ILLEGAL to have any sharply pointed or bladed instrument in a public place without good reason or lawful authority. Estate land to which the public have access is a public place even if it is privately owned.Can a 12 year old have a karambit? ›
We strongly recommend that items purchased from Karambit.com not be sold to minors without parental permission.
A dirk or dagger is a knife or other instrument with or without a handguard that is capable of ready use as a stabbing weapon that may inflict great bodily injury or death. Most pocketknives and folding knives are not considered to be dirks or daggers unless the blade of the knife is exposed and locked into position.Are Damascus knives illegal? ›
In the USA. Damascus automatic knives are legal to own as long as they have a blade length of under four inches. In addition, there is no limit on how many automatic knives you can own, provided that each one has a blade less than 4″ or 10.16 cm in length.What is classed as a zombie knife? ›
These knives can range in size and shape but are commonly defined as having a cutting edge, a serrated edge and images or words (whether on the blade or handle) that suggest that it is to be used for the purpose of violence.Why is gravity knife illegal? ›
The 1958 law had been passed by lawmakers at that time to get rid of what they felt were dangerous weapons. The list included brass knuckles, “Kung Fu stars” and switchblades. Gravity knives had been thrown into this list. That resulted in about 70,000 people being arrested in New York between 2000 and 2012.Are ninja stars illegal? ›
1. Are shurikens or ninja stars illegal in California? Yes. Penal Code 22410 is the California statute that makes it a crime for a person to make, import, sell, give, or possess a shuriken or ninja star.