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- Aug 12, 2014
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My buddy just impulse bought an old 20' boat that needs WAY more work than he thought it did. I'm trying to convince him to donate it for the next shootWell we need a target large enough for NEShooters to be able to hit.....*rolls eyes*
My buddy just impulse bought an old 20' boat that needs WAY more work than he thought it did. I'm trying to convince him to donate it for the next shoot
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We could re-enact Watertown... Who volunteers to cower inside and bet that NES shoots worse than the MSP?
This would be a great idea! We can put a straw man in the boat, give him a pumpkin head and cover him with dye packs.
My guest went green too. If NES ever needs funds they just need to kickstart one of these events and the $$$ will flow in.
SNIP ...That projectile weighs 8 ounces with a zinc pusher that could easily travel who knows ...600 yards?
The van was too close for these rounds... ill get my act together and bring some more interesting rounds for it... you just cant rush 40mm reloading. Im proceeding cautiously.
40mm dragon's breath...DO IT!
It can be done, time and patience.
I agree. Other then the inherent fire hazard, its not even high on the scale of dangerious things to do.
Id give it a 1 or 2 out of 10. Bird bangers being a 7 or 8.. high explosive projectiles being a 10.
Ill probibly do DB and smoke grenades.. other than that buckshot and solid inert projectiles. I like my fingers, hands and life too much.