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    Marksman

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    Found this site while browsing interesting concepts
    Wonder what the Gov would say about discharging this in your backyard?
    [link=hyperlink url]http://www.pipersprecisionproducts.com/ [/link]
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    What a cool TOY need one GOV can go and get err lost any resonable man would NEVER discharge that in his back yard i mean come on that thing needs to be in the front yard....
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    WOW, imagine hunting rats with that!!!!
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    SHYSTER.... NOW THAT IS ONE COOL TOY..... Would'nt mind having one of those... And the best is, is that its legal....in the states of course...
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    holy crap! that is sweet. imagine a flock of starlings flying overhead! I will feel like I am in the 2nd world war manning anti air! lol Question is what does it fire? BB's?

    haha.. you should take it to a FT.. "searious mr range officer. I shot only one burst at the target "
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    Nice!
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    I recon under current gun law it will be legal here as well.. shoots .177 bb's. You may have a hard time convincing your neigbour though!
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    aaa.. no, after reading more the vulcan shoots 6mm plastic bb's @ 350fps. dont want that on an airsoft course.. it realy could sting The gatling at the botton of the paeg shoots .177 bb's
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    maybe not: "The M134A2 is capable of shooting both plastic and/or steel BBs through the same barrel; 6mm Steel BBs are NOT for use for airsoft skimishing!"

    you bet your ass it ait gonna work in airsoft with 6mm steel bb's
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    Now that belongs on my balcony, linked to the motion sensor covering my garden. Computer controlled stepper motors driving the mount....Goodbye burglars. Ha! Ha! Haaaa!
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    *SPEECHLESS*
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    You Guy's see the video of the Television getting Killed?
    Thought that was quite cool.
    If only $5000.00 us was not so many rands......
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    yoh!!! so whats the power rating f/p/s-f/p/e . and will it take 6mm ball bearings?
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    dunno aboutr fpe but fps is up to 600 depending config and regulator. dunno if that is only plastig bb's
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