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Old October 23rd, 2005, 00:35   #16
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the window alarm has been done, and in fact, still is, by the SnowDragons. we use them as a perimiter alarm, using a tripwire method.
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Old October 23rd, 2005, 00:38   #17
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yeah i thought about it after i posted and its prety dumb.
Perhaps you could try thinking before you post.
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Old October 24th, 2005, 04:27   #18
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Ya I pickek up 4 of those like a week ago and they work great.
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Old October 24th, 2005, 15:05   #19
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I think the first time I did this was about 15 years ago. It's still a great idea, but you should substitute the picture wire with 40lb test fishing wire, or even better heavy nylon sewing thread in OD. Adding velcro straps on the back of the device allows for quick attachment to trees, sign posts, etc.

I have a case of these things. The intention was to deploy them at larger events, but we never got around to using them.

We also have plenty of pyro effects, devices that are set to explode (usually) a safe distance from anyone, but are still audible and quite visible. For our night games, we frequently launch hundreds of air bursts, para-flares etc.

Pyro is something that's great if done well, but dangerous if done poorly. It has it's uses, as anyone who's ever been to a Muskoka game will tell you.
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Old October 24th, 2005, 15:41   #20
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Pyro is something that's great if done well, but dangerous if done poorly. It has it's uses, as anyone who's ever been to a Muskoka game will tell you.
One of the best times I had playing airsoft, two armies camped out on each side of a bridge in 'Nam, tracers, flares, explosions. I alternated between being scared and having a blast. Two things that make a good airsoft experience.
Go Wolfpack! OH wait I mean Gooooo Snowdragons!!!

I loved the tripwires we set up at dragon ops, very satisfieing hearing a loud beep beep and someone cursing like mad.

The BB claymores are awesome too, I gotta get me a couple.
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Ah yes, that was quite the evening. All the more exciting when we pulled the plug on the generator for about 15 seconds, waited for both sides to rush the bridge, and then plugged it back in again.
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Old October 24th, 2005, 15:51   #22
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Man I wish I could have made it to that game... .DAMN LIVING IN THE BOONIES!!!
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Old October 25th, 2005, 11:20   #23
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ESCORT MKII Gas Grenade (6mm/8mm)
Gas Grenade
BBs spread out from base of grenade.
Carry up to 28 pcs of 6mm BB or 9 pcs of 8mm BB.
Adjustable timer, able to change the nature of the grenade.
Price: $95 each
Qty: 1

What are these like? Anyone seen any in action or know of a video link?
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Old October 25th, 2005, 16:30   #24
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in the dark, squeeky lizards and rubber ducks work as proximity alarms too. plus, they're a whole lot cuter and are bathtub safe.
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Old October 25th, 2005, 20:14   #25
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I checked them out today. Very nice.

Will buy a few dozen for next season and really mine the area. And if I forget where I put one, no biggie.
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Old October 27th, 2005, 22:52   #26
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nice great ideas guy's i will put some of these to the test
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