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Old 12-19-2012, 08:17 PM   #31
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When you do shoot it, use the hand you sign your disability checks with. Do you realize that thing is made out of zinc or some other pot metal. Send some pictures after your "very interesting idea" is first tested. How old are you boy?
I strongly disagree!!!
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DONT use the hand you need to sign those checks with
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I strongly disagree!!!
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Umm. Hoss? I think he has it right. If he blows that hand off he won't be able to sign the checks.........

How about a cup of coffee or something?
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Umm. Hoss? I think he has it right. If he blows that hand off he won't be able to sign the checks.........

How about a cup of coffee or something?
Uhhh- Yeah-- I like his way better now that i got my snap engaged
Cud use a beer tho
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I was not planning on doing it at all the thing is all rusty and old and very likely to blow to pieces
It was a thought

Thanks though lol
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I was not planning on doing it at all the thing is all rusty and old and very likely to blow to pieces
It was a thought

Thanks though lol
Around here we take safety very seriously. Personally I feel that even speculating about these sorts of ideas is inappropriate. Not trying to beat you up over it, just letting you know how I roll.
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It is not chrisitan to molest a grave. You should return it to its place of rest.
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Cap gun using a circular piece of paper with 6 caps on it. Circa 1950's.
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I just had a very interesting idea....what if I put a new cylinder in but a real one for like a 22lr??
I'm crazy enough to do it and I was thinking 22lr because it won't have as much pressure as a centerfire......any thoughts or ideas
Or using caps as a charge to fire ammunition
Bad idea, good way to loose body parts. Do not try that!
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I didn't know they used red plastic plugs in the 1950s. Toy guns were designed to look like a "real" gun. They do too good of a job these days n I thought the red plastic was a kind of safety to keep people from getting shot.

Thought it was a "modern problem" but on second thought, stupidity is nothing "New."

"Only the universe and stupidity are infinite and I'm not sure about the former." (Albert Einstein).

I agree w Nitestalker, put it back where ya found it and call it a day.

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It does not have any plugs or anything to mark it's fake
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