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Subject: haunted pistol


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James Kirkgour
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Date Posted: 10:50:03 03/17/13 Sun

I bought a Taurus PT 24/7 Pro DS last year. Earlier today, while playing around with an EMF detector on my phone, I noticed that my pistol put off a field of 5500- ish milligauss. I have experimented with this detector program many times in the past, reading fields off of tvs, toasters, microwave ovens, lamps, cars, trucks, fuse boxes for houses, screwdrivers, axes, hammers, and more. Those items, both powered and un powered, put off some kind of EM field usually between 500 and 3200 milligauss and normal background reads at about 330 milligauss. Why would my pistol, which doesn't have any kind of power source, put off an EM field 2 1/2 times the power a 65" flat screen tv puts out(~2200 milligauss)?

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