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My Spare Time ... - November 21, 2012, 04:41 PM

Mom and the kids went to Grandma's on Saturday ... and that left me alone for the weekend to ponder all the ills of work.

Between chart reviews and rehearsing for briefings this past Saturday, I had a strange urge to do something "violently" ... and I came up with this.

All the epoxy was finally dry tonight and I was able to "test it".

The projectile is a Russet potato.

I'd say 350 yards ...

The feeling of accomplishment is overwhelming.

Video: Magic Rat Productions - Theater

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November 21, 2012, 04:50 PM

You'll shoot your eye out!


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You'll shoot your eye out!
... or your arm ... or your head.

I can't believe how powerful it is. I'm gonna have to lock the base of it in the gun safe so the kids can't get near it.

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November 21, 2012, 05:29 PM

Nice.

I like your page!

I've been looking for ways to mount a camera on my r6. Didn't care for it on the helmet. My windscreen is blacked out so cant go there Did you make those yourself?
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November 21, 2012, 05:33 PM

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Nice.

I like your page!

I've been looking for ways to mount a camera on my r6. Didn't care for it on the helmet. My windscreen is blacked out so cant go there Did you make those yourself?
Thks. I been doing this so long and have had so many "rigs" I don't know which one you mean.

I tell you ... now days ... just buy a go pro. Best solution ... hands down.

5 years ago, it was different. the Go Pro changed all that.

I only run my old stuff, because I have it.


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November 21, 2012, 05:43 PM

I've got a gopro "knock off"
bout the same size. has the same universal mounting screw.
It's got its own mounts and such, just with 3M adhesive and couldn't decide where I might want it. Wish it was small enough to fit in the gap between my headlights

I like the idea of using it on the passenger peg idea.
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