# Re: Tape flashbacks

In message <20060518011937.388724451492639@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Roger Burton
West <roger@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes
In article <kk3sj3-20m.ln1@xxxxxxx>, detha <meaoow@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Too many gadgets. All you need is a single gadget that causes any active
vehicle in a 2km radius to experience a sudden breakdown.

105mm, 120mm, or other?

WE-177 dialled right back.
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