Carbon dum-dum bullets - Explode
on impact inside the body, causing neutralisation of 'leeches' if shot in the
heart. Illegal in England. [Ultraviolet]
Allicin gas grenade - A garlic extract that causes a violent
allergic reaction in vampires. [Ultraviolet]
Wood shrapnel grenade - Designed to cause widespread
'staking' hits. This would be particularly effective in an enclosed space, but
unreliable in the open, as the shards may disperse without achieving the aim.
- A plain old fashioned pointed stick; Buffy called her favorite stake 'Mr Pointy'
A retractable carbon spike,
attached to the wrist and concealed by clothing, may be useful for personal defence
and close-quarters use. [Angel, Ultraviolet]
Sunlight has been
used effectively since long before formal records have been kept, and has been
shown to be the simplest, surest and safest method of vampire destruction.
risk lies in the methods used to force the vampire into daylight; attacking a
vampire at rest during the day is a challenge that has attracted many novel approaches;
a courageous woman, prepared to risk her life in distracting the vampire until
daybreak features in legend, and was first - and beautifully - portrayed in Nosferatu.
Video gun sight - Shows the scene ahead of the gun.
Used to identify targets; on the basis that Vampires will not show up on video.