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Old 10-11-2009, 10:07 PM   #11
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Ninja...It's a joke! They're $1.25 each. You stuff the muzzle into a potato which produces a small potato pellet. Then sqeezing the grip fires the potato pellet with air pressure.

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Because potatoes are nearly all water, these retro spud guns are safe for kids all of ages. You can expect up to 300 shots per potato - depending on the size. Shooting & reloading is very simple and detailed directions are included. Pellets fire best when potato is dry / cold.
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Well, to answer your question directly- that is, the serial number-
1. I have firearms (real ones) in my collection that have never HAD a serial number. They were not required on rifles and shotguns until the 1968 gun control act. They go in my records as NSN (no serial number)

2. I have at least one pellet gun that does have a serial number.

3. If you expect laws to make sense, you are certain to be disappointed in other things as well.
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Well, all I can say is that I am **** glad I don't live in Michigan! (No offense...)

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I still say "packing" a pellet pistol is asking to get yourself killed. JMO.
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I seem to remember a few posts by ninjatoth about this exact same thing. Pellet gun laws and all. I wonder why the repeat of these posts about Michigan law. Maybe your ADHD has taken control and you forget about posting the same thing over and over? I'm just sayin'.
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I seem to remember a few posts by ninjatoth about this exact same thing. Pellet gun laws and all. I wonder why the repeat of these posts about Michigan law. Maybe your ADHD has taken control and you forget about posting the same thing over and over? I'm just sayin'.
bravo DR skullcrusher.You must be pretty intellegent to diagnose someone over the internet
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bravo DR skullcrusher.You must be pretty intellegent to diagnose someone over the internet
Thank you very much.
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My point is the opposite,in fact,in Michigan a pellet pistol IS a real handgun,and cannot be purchased without a background check and pistol purchase permit,and the pellet pistol must be registered,just like and other handgun.Michigan sees no difference between a .177 pellet pistol and a .44 magnum,absolutely no difference to them.And by Michigan laws,a minor cannot even shoot or hold any handgun, only the registered owner or a cpl holder can handle the gun.So,my point is that Michigan has some really stupid laws.
This is... down right Stupid. Only Michigan liberals could possibly come up with something this absurd.
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This is... down right Stupid. Only Michigan liberals could possibly come up with something this absurd.
Michigan is such a friendly state,full of woods and nice people,and for the most part,not violent at all,it's pretty much Canada.But,there is a little place called Detroit that just so happens to be attached to us,that needs to go!That's the whole reason for the pellet pistol laws i'm sure.Robberies using pellet guns,and people probably shooting each other with whatever kind of gun they find,even pellet.
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But what if someone have a pathological fear of squirrels? Have they no right to protect themselves?
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Michigan is such a friendly state,full of woods and nice people,and for the most part,not violent at all,it's pretty much Canada.But,there is a little place called Detroit that just so happens to be attached to us,that needs to go!That's the whole reason for the pellet pistol laws i'm sure.Robberies using pellet guns,and people probably shooting each other with whatever kind of gun they find,even pellet.
That's a shame, the entire state gets penalized because of some stupid butt-wipes in Detroit... I've been to Detroit, no desire to go back either. I would just love for someone to "try" to rob me with a pellet gun. I would fuk them up beyond recognition...

Squirrels, I cap those little glorified rodents with my Gamo .177. One shot kill every time.
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