What does "cold fusion Mean ?

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RE: What does "cold fusion Mean ?

Postby bmorris » Mon Sep 13, 2010 4:35 pm

Thanks for all the interest. I think I will know the process tomorrow and it has nothing to do with cold fusion but how you fasten carbon and a binder to fabric. It is more a lambinating process then fusion. I don't think it is anything new. Should know tomorrow.

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RE: What does "cold fusion Mean ?

Postby bmorris » Mon Sep 13, 2010 4:40 pm

ORIGINAL: Woods Walker

Or you could say a......."Cold cash advertising infusion that keeps D&DH solvent!" [:D]



I don't think you can really blame D&DH because they were really spun by one of the best. A careful reading of the advertisement shows they were fed quite a few mistruths.

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RE: What does "cold fusion Mean ?

Postby Woods Walker » Mon Sep 13, 2010 4:55 pm

Mistruths coming from Scent Lok/Block??? NO WAY! They never lie!

Now just WHY would anyone not take them at their word? [8|]

When $$$ is involved, people will believe or accept just about anything.
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RE: What does "cold fusion Mean ?

Postby Challenger » Mon Sep 13, 2010 10:45 pm

Zowie! Some of you guys are in luck. ScentLok has finally come out with a line of T-Shirts to go with your outerware, & only $69.95. It don't get any better than this.


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RE: What does "cold fusion Mean ?

Postby bmorris » Tue Sep 14, 2010 3:50 am

the idea of using cold to fuse carbon on to fabric was first used for carbon in hunting clothes in 1996 by someone other than Scent Blocker. So much for it being something new. All hype in my opinion.

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RE: What does "cold fusion Mean ?

Postby mightyfofaad » Tue Sep 14, 2010 11:49 pm

ORIGINAL: Challenger

Zowie! Some of you guys are in luck. ScentLok has finally come out with a line of T-Shirts to go with your outerware, & only $69.95. It don't get any better than this.


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And what about Scent Lok's new Face Masks & Capes?

$69.95 & $219.95. Free shipping on orders over $1,000.00



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RE: What does "cold fusion Mean ?

Postby scottflesher » Wed Sep 15, 2010 2:26 pm

does that shirt come in blaze orange? Does that facemask have moisture wicking properties? If so i'll send a check. [:D]

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RE: What does "cold fusion Mean ?

Postby mightyfofaad » Wed Sep 15, 2010 9:10 pm

I don't know, why not check out ScentLok's website below:

http://www.huntingapparel.forsuckers.co ... $$$ru4real?


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RE: What does "cold fusion Mean ?

Postby bmorris » Thu Sep 16, 2010 3:09 am

Do you think we will hear from Waddell and the Bone Collecters and the Durey Brothers about how well Scent Blocker works for them ?
All these so called pro's and celebrities are stangely silent when it comes to defending carbon. Like they have disappeared. Not one of them has come out to defend how great it has worked for them. Just the endless precut sponsorship on their programs. Let's hear from them and not give them a pass. We have heard from the managing editor but thats about all.

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RE: What does "cold fusion Mean ?

Postby scottflesher » Thu Sep 16, 2010 2:17 pm

I bet they use whatever pays the most money.
If they said something to the effect of "it has worked for me" or "downwind deer don't detect me" then they could be telling you the truth. Who knows what the true reason that a downwind deer didn't detect them? Could be a host of factors.

I shoot Muzzy fixed blade broadheads and would recommend them to anyone. But then again, all of my experiences have been positive with them. It doesn't mean that whoever took my recommendation would have positive results.

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