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A bit of practice with my new Cold Steel 4" Big Bore blowgun.
Hello sir!!!! THANKS FOR WATCHING!!Nice shooting . Is that the Professional model with the thicker size bore wall ? That's a real sturdy model that can be used as a walking stick .
LOL!!! I must have an iron stomach with acids inside to eat that tough plastic!!!Nice blowing Q! My Pops always told me to eat what I kill. What's YOUR plan??!
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THANK you very much for watching, sir!!My friend that's some good shootn and an excellent set up. You have nice toys!
Hello my friend!! THANKS for watching!!pity there illegal in Australia but i made my own but its 3ft 4inch one piece aluminum tube 5 dollars. after seeing those darts with the orange cones a while ago i was racking my brains as for the flights i got bamboo skewers for practise.big rubber head golf tees,trim them down cut of the golf tee drill it out with a 1/8th bit and the skewers go in snug or a 3inch nail both fly straight and true for 9 meters.i made a mouth piece which it needs,that bit of extra length with the 4ft is supposed to be a lot more power.i could buy a 3 meter piece of tube and cut it in half any ideas.
Hello dear sir!!!Nice shooting with what really is a very effective hunting tool (where allowed, of course).
This particular blow gun has been on my list for a while, maybe it's time to order one. I have given the homemade variety a try with bamboo sticks and paper cones, which work quite well using 1 meter aluminum tubes. I Have yet to test darts made of bicycle wheel spokes.
Here is a video I made on this fun subject back in spring this year:
That's the way, my friend!!My nephew Max has been practicing with his blowgun also. I'm glad he likes shooting
LOL!!! You don't say?? I can order one for you, if you want. Just say the word.Darn Q - another toy you've beaten me too. Been after one of those for a while.
Thanks for the feedback, my friend!!The 3" or longer sewing needles work great also and they are killers. Heat the end and stick it into the plastic heads on the store bought darts. Let me know if you find better