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spend this christmas shooting at someone you love !!!

Discussion in 'The Guns Galore Section' started by majorwoody10, Dec 11, 2007.

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    ive heard you have all been good little boys this year and i want you all to go out and buy yourselves a least one matched set of soft air bb guns and some safty glasses ,only 20 to 45 bucks each for a good spring gun .

    duel with your freinds and loved ones inside or out for lottsa good laughing and male bonding ( dont shoot women as they get pissy and withhold sexual favors for weeks afterwords ) its like when you played army as a kid but with a hint of actual fear as the bbs travel at 200 fps but dont hurt windows ,clothes or cars .and no one says " i got you " or "no you didnt " no paint smears to clean up or ruined clothes and ammo is 5000 rnds for 15 bucks ! spend this christmas shooting someone you love , its loads of family fun ...


    my 11 year old boy shot me in the earlobe last weekend in affair of honour ( its still a little tender ) and i assure you ,sir , i will demand satifaction next sunday at dawn ...
     
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    Sounds like some good times to me.Almost as good as a bottle-rocket fight.
     
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    I remember bottle rocket wars. :D
     
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    BB gun? Naw, I'm getting a paintball gun! After christmas......for my birthday.
     
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    in the past , ive had lots of fun with paintball wargames but the ammo is bvery expensive and messy to clean up , you cant fight arround your own house ,yard ,cars ect on your own property and the co bottles must be filled at a welding shop or paintball shop ,spring ,airsoft bbs shoot just as hard and have none of these negative issues .
     
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    woody:
    In the subdivision I grew-up in, we kids used to have 'dirt-clod' fights when a new house was under construction.
    In our area we have lots of red clay. I tell you... when you catch a red-clay dirt-clod up-side your head it makes a lasting impression.
    YEOWWW!

    Take no prisoners.

    Tim
     
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    dirtclods , smaller stones ,snowballs ,crab apples ,plums, pinecones ...whatever missles were in season were used as artillery , a crab applle holed with a small stick then firecracker inserted deep , one kid to light fuse other to throw ,great homemade hand grenades .time it for an airburst if possible ...man , those were the days....if my kid did it today it would prolly cause a visit from the fbi and homeland security...right tim?
     
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    woody:
    Today is a different time to be sure.
    I would have had numberous run-ins with the authorities if I pulled the stunts today I pulled back then.
    I'd probably be in state custody whilst my parents awaited their trial-dates.
    :grin:

    Back then, thankfully, my antics were accepted as those of a normal "man-child."

    Tim
     
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    I wish I'd have lived back then. That would be fun to make crab apple hand grenades. :D
     
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    in 71 while i lived as a teen in okinawa ,we could buy for 15 cents a large firecracker m80 size ,incased in a plastic simulated grenade skin with a built in barn burner striker to ignite the fuse .one merely rubbed the striker against a rough surface and then you had about 3 seconds to toss it .i wish i could get some of them for my kids today but here in cali they are not to be found even in black market venders .,sadley a few hundred lost eyes and eardrums ruins the fun for modern boys ...damn democrats and their saftey first attitudes ,lol...
     

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