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JoergS wrote:Realistically, I think I can launch a nine pound chain saw at 50 fps from a shoulder mounted rubber powered bazooka...
squinty wrote:I reserve the right to yell "Dookyhole!" - or it's Hebrew equivalent if such a thing exists - whilst dispensing a barrage of palm strikes at my opponent.
Ivan wrote:I've got a pair of Cobra PR4200WX
I just recently used it when bringing my car up from Port Huron since my wife had to drive back the rental. It has good range on the highway (not too much in the way of obstacles, and pretty much line-of-sight. Seems to have good range, but I haven't tested it out to the 7 mile range. I want to try it in the city, to check out its range, still. Not bad radios.
Ivan wrote:I hope to test them soon. The wife is too cool to carry one with her on the way to work to test them.
kyle wrote: However, they don't do so well in the river even in you double bag them in cheap ziplock bags.
kyle wrote:Ivan wrote:I hope to test them soon. The wife is too cool to carry one with her on the way to work to test them.
You need some Canadian buddies. Isn't there a few Toronto peeps on the forums here you could hook up with to test this out?
Erik wrote:First of all, I doubt your body is a weapon and if you threatened me with your body, I'd pull out a real weapon and see which is more effective.
Bear_B wrote:I am not too worried about the bullet with my name on it... its the bullets flying around with question marks on them that worry me.
tupac4rhymes wrote:i have a question, is it possible to get 2 way radios that have a range of about 20 miles?
tupac4rhymes wrote:i need a license then. how do i get one?
i just asked because my uncle and aunt live in a camp about 16 miles away from our house with no electricity. i want to get radios so i can talk to them.
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