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Old September 10th, 2006, 00:57   #13
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Originally Posted by Amos
Originally Posted by Kid
Originally Posted by Amos
That TV was rigged up to something, My and my friend have shot TV's before... Only with .22's out on his farm... The TV (even if plugged in) won't start on fire. It'll smoke due to the phospherous imbedded in the screen mixing with the gasses in the tubes.. But that's about it.

If you watch that video on Youtube, You can see that they had poured some flamable thing inside it.. Because half way through the fire strarts dripping out.
Couldn't the BBs have just hit a compasitor, then it caused a fire, lighting some of the plastic on fire, then having the plastic drip while still on fire?

I mean... burning plastic does drip burning little fireballs of plastic.
If you watch the vid, The fire POURS out... I know what burning plastic drips like, But it's like the TV was filled with gasoline or something of the sort, and when there was a hole where it could drip out it does, and it spreads down quickly and starts burning the table the TV is on and the chair.

But.. That's really all besides the point. That Mini-gun is fucking awesome. Regardless of weither or not it can catch a TV on fire, It's still punching holes into THICK glass.
that i saw too, but the flammable substance (gasoline or whatnot) must have had an ignition source, maybe some sparks?

Using aluminum BBs might have eased the fire starting process too because metal is a better heat and electrical conductor than plastic.

the company that made these guns has a full range of custom guns as good as the minigun but the site name just escapes me
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