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    Why didn't they have these when I was a kid?

    It’s bad enough that I had to actually pedal my toy car, but this is just ridiculous. I may have to order one of these…

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    Re: Why didn't they have these when I was a kid?

    lol yeah looks like fun, could waste a whole day messing with one of them. i just dont wanna see the local kids get there hands on them. could be worse than paintballs on everything :shock:

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    Re: Why didn't they have these when I was a kid?

    yea that seems really really cool!

























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    Re: Why didn't they have these when I was a kid?

    wow that is sweet

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    Re: Why didn't they have these when I was a kid?

    At last something that would let me take out next-door's cat when it goes strolling along the top of my garden fence :lol: :lol:
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    Re: Why didn't they have these when I was a kid?

    thats pretty tricky. maybe denis the menis should have bought one.
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    Re: Why didn't they have these when I was a kid?

    I highly doubt the accuracy.

    Yes, the laser my be on your target. You still have to factor in other things that can affect the trajectory. Such as the angle you pull it back and how uniform you release the ball. There is no such thing is a uniform release where your fingers both release at the same milisecond.

    I had one (not with a laser) when I was young. Could barely hit the broadside of a barn.

    We are inching closer to getting those laser beams on sharks. :wink:

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    Re: Why didn't they have these when I was a kid?

    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    I highly doubt the accuracy.

    Yes, the laser my be on your target. You still have to factor in other things that can affect the trajectory. Such as the angle you pull it back and how uniform you release the ball. There is no such thing is a uniform release where your fingers both release at the same milisecond.

    I had one (not with a laser) when I was young. Could barely hit the broadside of a barn.

    We are inching closer to getting those laser beams on sharks. :wink:
    There is video on there of a guy splitting pencils from about 20-25 feet.

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    Re: Why didn't they have these when I was a kid?

    "ryanmurphy" wrote:
    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    I highly doubt the accuracy.

    Yes, the laser my be on your target. You still have to factor in other things that can affect the trajectory. Such as the angle you pull it back and how uniform you release the ball. There is no such thing is a uniform release where your fingers both release at the same milisecond.

    I had one (not with a laser) when I was young. Could barely hit the broadside of a barn.

    We are inching closer to getting those laser beams on sharks. :wink:
    There is video on there of a guy splitting pencils from about 20-25 feet.
    He is also part of the company that makes these. He has a ton of practice and I am sure it took him a ton of attempts to do so.

    I guess I am just sour because I sucked with mine.

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    Re: Why didn't they have these when I was a kid?

    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    "ryanmurphy" wrote:
    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    I highly doubt the accuracy.

    Yes, the laser my be on your target. You still have to factor in other things that can affect the trajectory. Such as the angle you pull it back and how uniform you release the ball. There is no such thing is a uniform release where your fingers both release at the same milisecond.

    I had one (not with a laser) when I was young. Could barely hit the broadside of a barn.

    We are inching closer to getting those laser beams on sharks. :wink:
    There is video on there of a guy splitting pencils from about 20-25 feet.
    He is also part of the company that makes these. He has a ton of practice and I am sure it took him a ton of attempts to do so.

    I guess I am just sour because I sucked with mine.
    I hear ya... I had the old "wrist rocket", and wasn't very good with it either. The website also some type of pouch that shoots 50 BB's at once in a buckshot patters. Still looks pretty cool.

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