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Old 02-08-2013, 08:48 AM   #1
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Antelope .357 Wild bore between eyes.

Antelope at 52 yrds with the Benjamin Rogue .357
Most powerful air rifle in the world. (commercialy made)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0o0XV...ture=endscreen


Wild boar between the eyes Daystate Wolverine .303

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rlDf...ture=endscreen


What in the... world is this? These people are getting really dangerous.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bP8oCvacvAg


This is so wrong. Why did I do this? What is wrong with me? Don't watch this. Really!
"Girl in underwear shoots potato gun ." She's not really in her underwear. It's not underwear! It's not!
Im so going to get kicked off the forum. I begged them not to watch! It's not my fault!
These guns really do work this way though. Their pretty cool. The guns I mean.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtwlRcFZ1ws
Goodbye all. I enjoyed my time here. I'll be getting a pink slip soon. The women will be up in arms and that's a serious thing here!


Don't watch unless your really bored out of your mind. Guy tricks wife into shooting large potato launcher. 28 sec. vid.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zHQHi9FYUY


Real bear attack. Very gruesome! Blood, screaming, growling. Man jumps into bear enclousure at zoo. I wouldn't watch it if I were you. You'll have nightmares. I did.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWpzxzDGxr0

Rat shooting with laser, night vision with video camera and good ol boys having a good time. What more could you ask for?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzKZm...ture=endscreen
http://www.youtube.com/watch?annotat...&v=MeLXBfVQkQc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aH3dI75hmBw

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Old 02-08-2013, 10:11 AM   #2
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This is so wrong. Why did I do this? What is wrong with me? Don't watch this. Really!
"Girl in underwear shoots potato gun ." She's not really in her underwear. It's not underwear! It's not!
Im so going to get kicked off the forum. I begged them not to watch! It's not my fault!
These guns really do work this way though. Their pretty cool. The guns I mean.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtwlRcFZ1ws


That was sooooooo wrong !
...I had to watch it twice !
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This is so wrong. Why did I do this? What is wrong with me? Don't watch this. Really!
"Girl in underwear shoots potato gun ." She's not really in her underwear. It's not underwear! It's not!
Im so going to get kicked off the forum. I begged them not to watch! It's not my fault!
These guns really do work this way though. Their pretty cool. The guns I mean.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtwlRcFZ1ws


That was sooooooo wrong !
...I had to watch it twice !
She had a potato gun? I didn't see any potato gun.
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Old 02-08-2013, 10:38 AM   #4
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Those coments were better than the video. I really shouldn't have done it though. People will get the wrong idea about me. What are the women going to say?

Out of all those vids of shootin and all, that's the only one ya'll wanted to comment on?
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. What are the women going to say?

I think one of them might just make you blush, but I won't name the gentle lurker.
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I bet they just ask "where's the beefcake".
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Or post their own.
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Or post their own.
Don't go giving them any ideas.
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I only put it up because I like inovation and that double barrell job was inovative.

When it comes to inovation you gottta admit that twin configuration showed a lot of it.
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Did you know that Lewis and Clark hunted with a air gun for food on there expedition .

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pqFyKh-rUI

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Actually, I found the potato gun vid rather informative. What's the big deal about her clothes, anyway?
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Actually, I found the potato gun vid rather informative. What's the big deal about her clothes, anyway?
What clothes? The potato gun reminds me of the bloop gun.
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Old 02-08-2013, 05:25 PM   #13
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Yes gun runner, I remember reading abt. 20 years ago about an air rifle in the 1700's that was .50 cal. and could kill a deer, well a long ways off, is all I can remember.


HISTORY:

Air guns represent the oldest pneumatic technology. The oldest existing mechanical air gun, a bellows air gun dating back to about 1580, is in the Livrustkammaren Museum in Stockholm. This is the time most historians recognize as the beginning of the modern air gun.

In the 17th century, air guns, in calibers .30.51, were used to hunt big game deer and wild boar. These air rifles were charged using a pump to fill an air reservoir and gave velocities from 650 to 1,000 feet per second (200300 m/s). They were also used in warfare; the most famous example is the Girandoni Military Repeating Air Rifle.

At that time, they had compelling advantages over the primitive firearms of the day. For example, air guns could be fired in wet weather and rain (unlike matchlock muskets) and with greater rapidity than muzzle-loading guns.[citation needed] Moreover, they were quieter than a firearm of similar caliber, had no muzzle flash, and were completely smokeless, thus not disclosing the shooter's position or obscuring his view. Black powder muskets of the 18th and 19th century produced huge volumes of dense smoke when fired, a disadvantage compared to air rifles.

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Ok. I have a question. How much pressure is generated in a chamber filled with hair spray?

Can you run a car off of it?

If you runout going down the road you can just say, Honey hand me your hair spray.

How do you get that laughing smile to come up, that one that moves?
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Ok. I have a question. How much pressure is generated in a chamber filled with hair spray?

Can you run a car off of it?

If you runout going down the road you can just say, Honey hand me your hair spray.

How do you get that laughing smile to come up, that one that moves?
Its Top Secret .
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Or just type a colon, lol, and another colon. Leave a space or two after other text. : lol : without the spaces.
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You can see the code for these by using the quote feature. You can then close it without posting anything. That is also an easy way to read small text like this. (Some forums go even smaller).
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This one is harder.
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