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    Default Memories of just being a kid

    Me and my buddy used to ride our keystone minibikes to an old barn after school, and stand in the loft door and take turns batting swallows as they flew into the loft, hours or fun, and that's when we were being good. Let's hear your bb gun, sling shot, school mayhem stories, etc. https://youtu.be/an8eejlhadk

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    Man hunt capture flag got boring...until we got out the bb guns.

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    Ever make a big crossbow out of truck leaf springs? If you build it on a small boat trailer you can tow it around behind an ATV and use the winch at the front of the trailer to cock the bow. Of course, if the cable snaps it can cut you in half, but luckily we never learned that lesson first hand. There's also that problem with explaining to your dad that you needed to use all of that rebar as ammo...

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    Making a flamethrower out of a 10 speed bicycle tire pump was an interesting invention my friends older brother came up with. Take the little flex hose off the end , suck up the gas out of an old coffee can and spray it through the burning paper plate held by my friend holding it w/an oven mitt. A 2' wall of flame 15' long.

    Cigarette fused block busters in the high school bathrooms.

    Yup...those were the days.

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    2 bolts, 1 nut, several match heads. Voila, one grenade.
    Take care not to put a hole through ya hand though....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkstone View Post
    2 bolts, 1 nut, several match heads. Voila, one grenade.
    Take care not to put a hole through ya hand though....
    ping pong balls worked good too. When I got to jr. high I noticed that the full length lockers lining the halls only had two hinges, the pins were easy to get out, so if you just pulled the top one and someone opened their locker and let go of the door it would hit them right in the forehead...nice egg. after it caught on and someone did mine and I opened and let go of the door twice in one day on my own head, I gave that stunt a break.

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    Acetylene bombs. Heavy balloons, fill with how ever much acetylene you dare and a length of det cord. Light and run like hell. Makes a BIG boom.

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    Between home-made explosives, flamethrowers, harpoon guns, crossbows, blowguns...

    BB guns, wrist rocket sling shots, nunchucks, throwing stars, all manner of knives...

    reckless bicycle riding, jumping off the roofs of houses, climbing/jumping over fences, getting into fights...

    and all the other dangerous shit I did and played with as a kid, the fact that I'm not dead, crippled, missing fingers, or missing an eye, is an absolute miracle (I did come close to all of those).

    The fact that I'm not serving life in prison is pure luck.

    If it was dangerous, I had to do it. If it could kill someone, I had to make it.

    I had a fun childhood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EVILBLACKSABRE View Post
    Between home-made explosives, flamethrowers, harpoon guns, crossbows, blowguns...

    BB guns, wrist rocket sling shots, nunchucks, throwing stars, all manner of knives...

    reckless bicycle riding, jumping off the roofs of houses, climbing/jumping over fences, getting into fights...

    and all the other dangerous shit I did and played with as a kid, the fact that I'm not dead, crippled, missing fingers, or missing an eye, is an absolute miracle (I did come close to all of those).

    The fact that I'm not serving life in prison is pure luck.

    If it was dangerous, I had to do it. If it could kill someone, I had to make it.

    I had a fun childhood.
    Yep you nailed that one perfect.

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    "One pump war" with the bb guns was fun. Fun until somebody pumped it the times and then broke skin. Asshole

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    Grew up in a farming community so there was all kinds of shit to get into. We used to play king of the mountain on top of grain piles, like, 40 foot tall piles. That was always fun until you were the one rolling down the side. Sometimes we'd snowboard sown the same grain piles, with or without snow. Plenty of BB gun wars, occasionally around the ammonia trailers because constant ricochets added to the fun. I still have scars from the time we upped the ante and shot at each other with pellets. We rode around on quads a lot, during the winter we'd strap the hood of a car to the back of one and pull each other all over town.

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    Mischief was was best served anonymously, cheaper public toilets back in the day, had cheaper easy to crack toilet seats, just give the back inside edge a good kick to just crack the seat, not all the way thru though.. then when you sit down the crack opens..then when you try to get up, the skin of your ass gets a mean son of a bitch pinch.. I know.. I sat on one I forgot about.

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    Another one, used to go to a strip mall with a grocery store in my small town and one guy would hang out the window holding on to a shopping cart while the driver would accelerate to 30 or 40 mph heading towards a concrete island. The diver would swerve to miss the island and the cart would be aimed at the island for a 40 mph impact. Was quite a sight to watch one explode on impact. Only did that a few times. We started feeling guilty as the store manager was pretty nice to us selling us beer and wine when we were 16 and 17.

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    [QUOTE=KevinN;731423]Acetylene bombs. Heavy balloons, fill with how ever much acetylene you dare and a length of det cord. Light and run like hell. Makes a BIG boom.[/QUOTE

    Real big. Little safer way that some friends of mine did was to use a100' extension cord w/ the female head cut off and all the wires twisted together and put inside the balloon. That way you could plug it in at a safe distance and let the short create the detonation spark.

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    A candle behind a medium to eventually burn through would also suffice..... apparently.

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    Your Honor I do not recall that incident
    I believe I was in church camp at that time

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    We grew up in a fantastic neighbor hood, about 20 kids. There was an old gravel quarry 110 acres of play land 5 acre pond tons of jumps and go fast trails. That place was freedom central from when I was 8 until 25 years old. One time they tried to block one of our best jumps with a pile of railroad ties, so we brought a chain saw and had fire wood for the whole summer. Sombody left us a sail boat in the pond for a summer tell some kids from the other end of the neighborhood took some acid and lit it on fire, we understood when they explained. Grew weed all over the place back there, lots a partys. We uysed to take heavy equiptment back there and make new trails, totally though we owned the place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EVILBLACKSABRE View Post
    Between home-made explosives, flamethrowers, harpoon guns, crossbows, blowguns...

    BB guns, wrist rocket sling shots, nunchucks, throwing stars, all manner of knives...

    reckless bicycle riding, jumping off the roofs of houses, climbing/jumping over fences, getting into fights...

    and all the other dangerous shit I did and played with as a kid, the fact that I'm not dead, crippled, missing fingers, or missing an eye, is an absolute miracle (I did come close to all of those).

    The fact that I'm not serving life in prison is pure luck.

    If it was dangerous, I had to do it. If it could kill someone, I had to make it.

    I had a fun childhood.
    Defintely did the same shit hahahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinN View Post
    Another one, used to go to a strip mall with a grocery store in my small town and one guy would hang out the window holding on to a shopping cart while the driver would accelerate to 30 or 40 mph heading towards a concrete island. The diver would swerve to miss the island and the cart would be aimed at the island for a 40 mph impact. Was quite a sight to watch one explode on impact. Only did that a few times.
    I got really good at steering shopping carts with the front bumper of my '89 Volvo Wagon. I could direct those things anywhere. This big K Mart had a downward sloping parking lot with a big hill that dropped off at one end of it and a guard rail right after the curb. So the goal used to be to get the carts to hit the curb so hit that it would flip end over end and go sailing down the embankment to the bottom of the hill. Good fun.

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    How about "skitching" off the back off the school bus. Pouring 2 gallons of gas down a drainage manhole on a hot summer night , waiting a couple of hours while the parties getting revved up , then throwing a road flare from across the street at it. Blows the sewer cover about 4' in the air while the drain holes look like after burners on a jet fighter going off.

    BIG cheer from all the drunk party goers.

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