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Old April 4th, 2007, 18:22   #16
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We had someone show up to a scrim with some homemade grenades once. They didn't ask if they could use them, they just went ahead and did it anyways. Luckily they didn't actually land near anyone because they were of such power that they would have taken someone's fingers off. They had basically taken apart fireworks and made them into a makeshift frag. It was in such poor shape that gunpowder was leaking out of kinks in the fuse which could have short-fused the thing while it was still in someone's hand.

Seriously, guys. I've been in the explosives industry for a long time and even I don't make this kind of stuff. It's not safe or smart.
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Old April 4th, 2007, 22:49   #17
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stick to compressed gas-powered stuff, more practical cuz its re-usable
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your right,when it rains the burger joint across the street does have cats for 4.99$ but that doesnt mean that i can just go get all the grape jelly i want
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Old April 5th, 2007, 00:00   #18
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Custom cast, high density, bright orange foam (read - inert). Weigh 4oz (flashbang) & 6oz (MkII). Working on an M26A1 and the M67, both will be 6oz. MkII, M26 and M67 will come with approx. 4 foot orange "tails" to help with recovery, flashbang does not have a tail. I made a few dozen of these last year had some at the late season games and people seemed pleased, but most people wanted ones that go bang.
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