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Old 07-10-2008, 09:56 PM
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For me it would half to be my Glock 22 and Remington 700.
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Old 07-10-2008, 10:09 PM
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For me it would half to be my Glock 22 and Remington 700.
For me... it has to be the ultimate water gun... it's pretty hot... or would it be considered "cool"?? Anyway...
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Old 07-10-2008, 10:12 PM
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For me... it has to be the ultimate water gun... it's pretty hot... or would it be considered "cool"?? Anyway...
I remember back in the day when they had the Mega Super Soaked that was bad ***!, but my dad just gave us the garden hose hahaha
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I remember back in the day when they had the Mega Super Soaked that was bad ***!, but my dad just gave us the garden hose hahaha
Yep... that was us too... and really the hose was great until your enemy ran a few yards past you...
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Old 07-10-2008, 10:17 PM
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Yep... that was us too... and really the hose was great until your enemy ran a few yards past you...
Or when you live in drought stricken North Alabama and you can't use the hose so you just go and start a good old fashioned dirt clod war
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Yep... that was us too... and really the hose was great until your enemy ran a few yards past you...
Thats when you have to break out the multi spray nozzle and put it on the end of that hose. That will get you a few extra feet. lol
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Thats when you have to break out the multi spray nozzle and put it on the end of that hose. That will get you a few extra feet. lol
I looked at the garden hose from a tactical perspective just use it as your SAW.
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I looked at the garden hose from a tactical perspective just use it as your SAW.
OOH RAH. Then you can break out the heavy artillery and hook up the sprinkler system. Depending on how many you have, thats some serious coverage. lol. You can wipe out a whole platoon of kids.
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OOH RAH. Then you can break out the heavy artillery and hook up the sprinkler system. Depending on how many you have, thats some serious coverage. lol. You can wipe out a whole platoon of kids.
Then you can get some Bikes with cardboard boxes all around them then you would have some armored support
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