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About the CIA Improvised Sabotage Devices manual: Exploding wine bottles, guns constructed out of pipes, bullets made of teeth, aspirin explosives: If these sound like props from a B spy movie, it's because truth kicks fiction's butt. In the early-1970s, the CIA spent a great deal of effort developing myriad weapons for sabotage. The results were this 72-page illustrated manual, published in 1977 and distributed to American operatives.
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