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 Post subject: Re: Monitor vs airsoft
PostPosted: Thu Jun 22, 2017 12:48 am 
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SillyMike this was a funny meme I laugh my buttock off toaster was a decepticon .

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 Post subject: Re: Monitor vs airsoft
PostPosted: Thu Jun 22, 2017 6:28 am 
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Makes me think back about when mykids were young. They had toy guns and I would never allow them to point even their toy guns at me. "I have always remembered when my son asked me " Dad, why you get so mad about a gun pointed at you, it is only a toy." I would never allow my kids to even point a fake toy gun at people. Guess cause I got my first pellet gun at age nine and had my first 22 powder burner at age 12.Before that we made frog guns. Hockey stick with a wooden clothespin mounted on stick as trigger then take the metal piece out of another clothespin and elastics. Elastic around end of stick over a nail and pull metal piece back and put it in jaw of cloths pin and shoot it like a rifle. My childhood consisted of sitting in a 4 x 4 bush in the middle of the park waiting for a bird to land. LOL


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 Post subject: Re: Monitor vs airsoft
PostPosted: Thu Jun 22, 2017 12:40 pm 
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wheeliehd wrote:
I would never allow my kids to even point a fake toy gun at people.


That's very proper advise!

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we made frog guns. Hockey stick with a wooden clothespin mounted on stick as trigger then take the metal...


Was using the same design, but a pistol. The body was carved from a pine board, rubberband for airmodels as a power source, U-shaped pellets from aluminum wire... The "gun" wasn't accurate, but i count every miss as my own fault :)

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