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Various gizmos, who used the CIA, is something to see.

Belly Buster - a device that the CIA used in the late 50's and early 60's to drill holes in the wall. The hole was pawned listening device.

Envelope opener. It was used during the Second World War to extract letters from envelopes without violating their integrity. The device is slightly unbent top flap and gently battered letter. With modern envelopes such focus is not a ride.

The extraction process of writing - the handle gently steep, winding clamped an stock. That's just how it then put back?

Stereoscope - a device that allows you to view photos and videos of enemy territory, which filmed scouting planes in the format 3D.

Insectohopter - developed by the CIA in 1970 micro UAV, mimics an insect.


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