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Marge, Get My Chili Boots!

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Indian military to weaponize world's hottest chili

"The chili grenade has been found fit for use after trials in Indian defense laboratories, a fact confirmed by scientists at the Defense Research and Development Organization," Col. R. Kalia, a defense spokesman in the northeastern state of Assam, told The Associated Press.
Indian military to weaponize world's hottest chili - Yahoo! News
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Unload a shotgun shell of the pellets, replace with tissues saturated with Atomic balm or one of those super hot hot sauces, re crimp.

Non lethal home defense round?:sick:
Capiscum is what makes chili peppers hot, and it's the principal ingredient in pepper spray. Same stuff. They now have grenades with pepper instead of tear gas.
Capsicum is the family of peppers, many of which contain varying amounts of capsaicin - capsaicin (methyl vanillyl nonenamide) is the "hot" ingredient in food and pepper spray.
Capsaicin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I haven't had the opportunity to eat bhut jolokia or any food prepared with it. But as hot as it is, it had better have a marvelous flavor else it wouldn't be worth ingesting!
I grew up in a 50-50 Mexican population, and whatever you are talking about doesn't even sound good to me.
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