By the way, I spent eight years in Nuclear Surety assignments. Most notably in the 205th ASHC, The Geronimoes, stationed near Mainz Germany. The 205th major jobe was ... moving nukes!Let me try and educate you Libtards one more time. There are three classes of Explosives. Class A Explosives are also called HIGH Explosives and include dynamite, TNT, plastic explosives, etc. Then come Class B Explosives which are also known as LOW Explosives and they include BLACK gunpowder and ammonia nitrate/diesel fuel explosives (fertilizer bombs) used in mining.
Then comes the Class C Explosives which are usually considered propellants like smokeless gunpowders and fireworks that contain small amounts of BLACK gunpowder Now Class C Explosive can me made into bombs using pressure vessels like used in "pipe" bombs.
Now, prior to today I had never heard of "pressure cooker" bombs but it is just another form of pipe bombs. Since it is hard to get 12 inch diameter pipes, home-type pressure cookers should work out for medium sized bombs!
The gunpowder is easily available at just about anyplace that sells guns. To include Walmarts! I am sure that a pressure cooker filled with nails and ball bears and a couple pounds of gunpowder will do what the bombs in Boston yesterday.
Now you Libtards will probably say we need to license people who buy gunpowder and I will respectfully disagree with you. But I would encourage gun store owners to report people who just want to buy gunpowder without also buying other reloading supplied like primer caps, bullets, etc.!
Now, I have never tried to make a bomb and do not intend to. I am just educating you with what I know.
Of course I can not confirm whether or not I have transported nukes, but I can tell you I was trained real well.
When you work with nukes, you either get a 100%... or you fail! I have seen more than a few people relieved on the spot!
Ya know, they use to use geese to guard nuke sites in Germany in the 1980's. Yep, they would keep geese between to two fences and it is nearly impossible for a human to get close to one without a whole lot of honking going on.
One thing odd was that I would not know where I was going on a mission until the day of. We were just told to be at the airfield at 6:00 am. But it seemed odd that when we got to the site there where a few hundred anti-nuke protesters outside!!!