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This Small Inconspicuous FM Transmitter Has A Radius Of A Quarter Mile. If you’re into Spy-ware Straight out of a James Bond movie – THIS IS IT! DIY FM transmitters are actually much easier to build than you might suspect, giving you the ability to create a makeshift ‘radio station’ with just a few supplies.<a href="http://www.diybullseye.com/build-your-own-long-range-fm-transmitter-from-a-9-volt-battery/" title="Read more" >...</a>

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Star Wars Spy Ware Bounty Hunter Watch Official Collectors Cosplay

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This Small Inconspicuous FM Transmitter Has A Radius Of A Quarter Mile. If you’re into Spy-ware Straight out of a James Bond movie – THIS IS IT! DIY FM transmitters are actually much easier to build than you might suspect, giving you the ability to create a makeshift ‘radio station’ with just a few supplies.<a href="http://www.diybullseye.com/build-your-own-long-range-fm-transmitter-from-a-9-volt-battery/" title="Read more" >...</a>

This Small Inconspicuous FM Transmitter Has A Radius Of A Quarter Mile. If you’re into Spy-ware Straight out of a James Bond movie – THIS IS IT! DIY FM transmitters are actually much easier to build than you might suspect, giving you the ability to create a makeshift ‘radio station’ with just a few supplies.<a href="http://www.diybullseye.com/build-your-own-long-range-fm-transmitter-from-a-9-volt-battery/" title="Read more" >...</a>

Dark Roasted Blend: Real Life Spy Gadgets - For the secret agent in all of us

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Jonathan Adler 1948° 5 Piece Dinner Set

Looking to invest in your first adult dinnerware set? The Jonathan Adler 1948 5-piece Dinner Set is the way to go.

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The Soviet Union’s real life James Bond, Dmitri Bystrolyotov, was one of the greatest Soviet spies of all time. Dmitri was a sailor, doctor, lawyer and artist recruited by Stalin for his dashing good looks and ease with languages to seduce secrets from willing targets during the 1920s and 30s.

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Tools of Tradecraft: More Spy Gear From the CIA, Others

Issued by British Special Forces during World War II, this pipe could fire a small projectile designed to kill a person at close range. The weapon fired by twisting the bowl while holding the stem.