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    I have a couple of those. WooHoo!
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    Uses paper, and using air, sounds like a cap gun, sometimes louder.
    And after taking the picture I realized that it feeds the paper too. The used paper goes into a track on the top of the gun where little fingers advances the paper as you pull the trigger.


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    Used to drop those on my little green army men.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N/A View Post
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    Mrs308 testing out her Hoyt Bow


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    Cool. The misses must be a natural. Bows are not easy and most of it is what you see/feel.
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    Barbaric. I fear fire the most
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    Funky - I remember seeing that picture of the crash in another thread but didn't realize that was you until you reposted it ! You were damned lucky !
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    N/A - we played with some dangerous toys as kids, didn't we?? My younger brother and I would try and see how high we could throw those and have them pop on the driveway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTHunter View Post
    N/A - we played with some dangerous toys as kids, didn't we?? My younger brother and I would try and see how high we could throw those and have them pop on the driveway.
    Ever make a "mini-cannon" out of a bicycle wheel spoke?
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    Quote Originally Posted by N/A View Post
    Ever make a "mini-cannon" out of a bicycle wheel spoke?
    Nope but you made me think about clothes pinning playing cards in the spokes of my bike.
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    No enemy of America would have ever been killed if they didn't show up to be killed. HDR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Simmons View Post
    Nope but you made me think about clothes pinning playing cards in the spokes of my bike.
    I don't remember how we did it, but as kids we could take a clothes pin apart and reassemble it as a "pistol" that would shoot dry Pinto Beans.
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    This one will age you, and yes, I played with some as a kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Simmons View Post
    Nope but you made me think about clothes pinning playing cards in the spokes of my bike.
    Yep, and it reminded me of the butt whipping i got for ruining my grandmas pinochle cards doing the same thing, heck i thought they were junk cards cause it was missing a bunch of cards....sure sounded cool though.

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    Make things by braiding vinyl lace? We would snip off quarter and half-inch piece and slip them on straight pins to make miniature swords. Could draw blood in a mini sword fight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N/A View Post
    Make things by braiding vinyl lace? We would snip off quarter and half-inch piece and slip them on straight pins to make miniature swords. Could draw blood in a mini sword fight.

    Those remind me of my favorite movie


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    Quote Originally Posted by N/A View Post
    I don't remember how we did it, but as kids we could take a clothes pin apart and reassemble it as a "pistol" that would shoot dry Pinto Beans.
    We used make them, but instead of a bean we would shoot matches, they would shoot and light a strike-anywhere match.......amazing we never burnt anything down.

    All I remember was it took a wooden clothes pin some rubber bands to hold the pieces together and the coil of the spring was the trigger.
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