Troy Hurtubise II: Project Grizzly goes to war





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Published on Jan 17, 2007

thespec.com footage of Hamilton's most inventive inventor
Troy Hurtubise, whose quest to make a superhuman body suit made him a superhero to director Quentin Tarantino,
unveils his latest armour shell at the Hamilton Spectator.

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Damn it. Why the hell are we not funding this man? He's made so much progress, but people refuse to even do independent testing of his inventions because of their pre conceived notions that only 50+ people with billions of dollars and several decades could even do half the stuff he's done. smh at humanity.
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+patman0250 What makes him crazy? He's creative and pushes the boundaries of current technology.
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Xonix Striker
People trash talk him but most of them are sitting on the couch eating stuffin they faces lel at least he's trying to help people be safer in the field
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Turnt Alien
+patman0250 i hope you die useless.
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Bowl of Tofu
if I could wear armor like this, I would sign up for special forces in a heart beat
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Daniel Weiss
+SinerAthin A Kevelar vest (only covering your chest) costs from 300-1000 dollars (if you want it to be stab proof it can go for 1500) Helmets go for 200-500 (without mask, other than glass) face masks go for about 100-300, there is no way a suit like that one, with all the equipment and added accessories could go for close to 2000 dollars, unless you had factories nation wide producing these things.
+Daniel Weiss I don't think it's gonna cost 2000 if they mass produce it. I have a feeling a lot of trial and error went into this proto type. Once you know what you're doing and is experienced with manufacturing this shit, the cost will most likely drop as well. Perhaps there'll even be innovations. Cheaper but just effective materials.
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All goes well until he sprays the 3% bear spray and his intake fan in his helmet sprays it into his face and mouth.
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Fernando Palacios
Did he just cock-clock us?
Anthony Schlessman
Wait, did I just see a cock clock?
+TheSuperDweebWhoPlaystheDigitalThingsKnownasGamesWhoisAlsoaHumanoidBeingWhoLivesonthePlanetEarth yup, the pun is strong in this one
Ah the genitalia timepiece. Everything's right where it needs to be indeed
no good
Man, I can build a better suit than that. Just duck tape a shit load of Nokia phones together and Bobs your second cousin twice removed's best-friend's sister. And one of them runs android so you can play some angry birds while a Burmese python mauls your dick or when you're taking a shit or both.
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Enderfire1st _
Lepidolite Mica Then all is lost
Lepidolite Mica
Well, until the duct tape gets wet.
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This shit is ridiculous. This man spent his money on nothing worthwhile.
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An Invisible Spy
Yeah, like you can do any better.
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gone gone
Canadian idea of a war suit: Motorcycle helmet, hockey pads, bulletproof vest, and a clock for a codpiece.
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