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Old 08-05-2011, 01:03 AM   #1
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What do you think? It's a self healing target, auto reset, 4 different game modes.

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Old 08-05-2011, 01:54 AM   #2
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Walking is killing me? That is just plain lazy! Get a video game.

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LOL! yea not a very good advertising piece. What are your thoughts about it? Any experience with the auto resets?

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This is the reason that kids and most Americans are fat. It does not kill you to walk a little. Makes no sence you are out doors and don't want to walk.

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Old 08-05-2011, 04:30 AM   #5
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What, no head shots????

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I like it.

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This is the reason that kids and most Americans are fat. It does not kill you to walk a little. Makes no sence you are out doors and don't want to walk.
Some people like my self have served this country and are now injured/disabled. I would buy something like this because every unnecessary step is like walking with razor blades between the knee joints.
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Some people like my self have served this country and are now injured/disabled. I would buy something like this because every unnecessary step is like walking with razor blades between the knee joints.
I understand your reasoning behind that. I to have served our country, from one to another thank you for your sacrifice honest. That being said for you and some ppl out there that do honest to God do have trouble walking I understand. For the other 99% of the ppl who are lazy this is not being out doors and having fun it's not practical in my eyes. It's my opinion.
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Forget the exercise aspect, what about the $400 price tag??

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I agree price is high, but it's electromechanical. unlike most in the market it's battery powered and must have a circuit board for the different modes.

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