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Old 29 January 2012, 13:54   #21
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i think one of the mornins mr ps door iz cumin off .and five t six blokes am guna rush in,sedate him put one of those fancy armarni white jackets on him.and they will write books on him, or then again they might just put him in a jar
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Old 29 January 2012, 14:14   #22
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i think one of the mornins mr ps door iz cumin off .and five t six blokes am guna rush in,sedate him put one of those fancy armarni white jackets on him.and they will write books on him, or then again they might just put him in a jar
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Old 29 January 2012, 14:54   #23
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As I recall, a blank shotgun cartridge is typically loaded with powder beneath a plastic wad, with a cardboard-like fiber spacer. Not sure I'd want to launch that into a tube.

If you hand load your own, you can, of course, put in whatever you want, but you still need something to keep the powder down near the primer (which means some sort of spacer material.)

How about going with some sort of system using CO2 cartridges instead? (Better yet, the N2O systems designed for sparkling water and whipped cream - more entertainment possibilities.)

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i think one of the mornins mr ps door iz cumin off .and five t six blokes am guna rush in,sedate him put one of those fancy armarni white jackets on him.and they will write books on him, or then again they might just put him in a jar

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wiv a likkul bitt ov nertyewring hee cud becum a lejend (dats lejend nott bellend)
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Old 30 January 2012, 01:40   #25
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Feck me mate you need to roll em thinner.
Jyasaki speaks sense, we used to take cartridges to bits, I wouldn't fancy any of whats inside flying my tubes.
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If you're even thinking of trying to inflate using H.E. then I think you're past caring what's in your tubes, wads etc., Hypalon or not.
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If you're even thinking of trying to inflate using H.E. then I think you're past caring what's in your tubes, wads etc., Hypalon or not.
More like going through the tubes than in them.
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I've just noticed a typo in the title...........I've dropped an "r".
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Old 30 January 2012, 12:15   #29
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I've just noticed a typo in the title...........I've dropped an "r".
No son u avnt dropt the R only a bag of marleys and funily enough i bet they are yours
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Bob Marley and the Whalers
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PUMP action shotgun may inflate better

Myth -busting time ?
wouldn't the explosive gasses eventually cool after the initial blast then the pressure /volume be lost and it would go flat or would the gas retain most of its volume
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Nah, different forum. They have solid gunwhales......
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