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Posted 27 January 2007 - 11:25 PM

So i was wondering if there is anything that is 100% odor proof so i could transport weed,etc and not have to worry about a k-9 sniffing it out.. I thought this was impossible, i've never seen anything claiming to be odor proof.. Except this ..
http://www.basegear....-proof-bag.html


"These bags have been proven odor proof, humidity proof, vapor proof and certified 100% leakproof to 200 feet under water."

What you think?

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Posted 27 January 2007 - 11:28 PM

So i was wondering if there is anything that is 100% odor proof so i could transport weed,etc and not have to worry about a k-9 sniffing it out.. I thought this was impossible, i've never seen anything claiming to be odor proof.. Except this ..
http://www.basegear....-proof-bag.html


"These bags have been proven odor proof, humidity proof, vapor proof and certified 100% leakproof to 200 feet under water."

What you think?

-Dave


i wouldn't put anything past a dog

i would buy one of those if you didn't want other people noticing the smell ... but dogs, i would not underestimate

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Posted 27 January 2007 - 11:31 PM

i wouldn't put anything past a dog

i would buy one of those if you didn't want other people noticing the smell ... but dogs, i would not underestimate


See that's what i'm thinking, but i wish i could test it.. get a hold of a k-9 and try it out..
I've just also found a bag for "human body remains" used by the gov't that they claim is 100% odor proof, and it sounds very advanced. It's a container not a bag and consists of several layers of this material i forgot the name...

Wonder how i can get a k-9 and try this out.. hmmmmm :D

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Posted 27 January 2007 - 11:32 PM

i wouldn't put anything past a dog

i would buy one of those if you didn't want other people noticing the smell ... but dogs, i would not underestimate


Exactly. I bet a dog could probably smell it out, but they work great for people. We had a zip that smelled up the whole downstairs so we went out and bough a couple of these and it eliminated the smell completely. I wouldnt trust it with dogs tho...

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Posted 27 January 2007 - 11:51 PM

Man, just put it in old coffee bags or in peanut butter. I heard that works but i still wouldnt risk it....

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Posted 27 January 2007 - 11:53 PM

Man, just put it in old coffee bags or in peanut butter. I heard that works but i still wouldnt risk it....

I'm not going to risk it, infact the only time i have weed in my car is the 5 minutes it takes to get home from my dealers house.. im just talking hypothetically.

BTW i read somewhere that dogs are trained to sniff out perfumes, and coffee grounds and other things that are used to cover up weed smell.. not sure if it is true tho :P
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Posted 28 January 2007 - 01:21 AM

^ if they were trained to smell perfume wouldnt the dog go off on like everyone?

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Posted 28 January 2007 - 04:12 AM

^ if they were trained to smell perfume wouldnt the dog go off on like everyone?


No like strong smells, if you were to cover it up with a strong smell of fuck i duno.. go look it up lol i was just reading it, they are trained to alert the officer of any unusual concentration of soap/perfume/etc smell in one area.

i'll try to find the link to the news article.
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Posted 28 January 2007 - 04:16 AM

dogs can still probly smell that shit

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Posted 28 January 2007 - 05:55 AM

Sooooo if you have say a thing of AXE they would hit...that is rather dumb.

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Posted 28 January 2007 - 06:00 AM

Dogs will smell right through them.

And to the person who already mentioned something like it, and before anyone else does, putting it in peanut butter, vaseline, salsa, shampoo, anything like that you can think of... it will not work lol. Nothing is going to mask the smell of weed from a drug dog. You're just giving them something else to smell.

The ONLY way you're going to get anything past a dog that's trained to smell it, is if there is no smell.

That means a well vaccum sealed bag. (For any... uh... idiots out there, than means no air in the bag :P) Not the kind of no air that you can acheive with pushing air out by your hands either. You need an actual vacuum sealing device, or something that's actually going to create a vaccuum and maintain it while the bag is sealed.

Trust me, don't kid yourselves.

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Posted 28 January 2007 - 06:03 AM

well if u are gonna try to get past any dogs make sure that the outside of the bag doesnt touch any weed or anything that has touched the weed.... i would put the weed in a baggie that it didnt touch the outside of then wash your hands reall good and get the bag then like hold it under the edge of the table and nudge it in so id doesnt touch the outside cuz if it does the dogs will have no problem...oh and then put that bag in another bag with the same ritual

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Posted 28 January 2007 - 12:16 PM

Bags alone won't do it. You need to shrinnkwrap several times to be sure.




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