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Old 01-09-2013, 05:58 AM
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OK, we all know that front heavy bolts need no fletching for a straight flight.

What if...





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I think the issue you're going to run into is range and the fact that a normal saw doesn't spin on it's own, only slowly idles. If you try it I know I'll watch though, this is just one of those train wreck sounding ideas you can't look away from.
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I think the issue you're going to run into is range and the fact that a normal saw doesn't spin on it's own, only slowly idles. If you try it I know I'll watch though, this is just one of those train wreck sounding ideas you can't look away from.
Think the first issue with his idea as illustrated is going to be finding enough extension cords.
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Just be sure the launch mechanism applies the motive force directly behind the weight of the head at launch. If you push from the far end, the initial launch guidance and flight path will be terrible.

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everytime I see something from our german friend he has topped himself. I expect to see some kind of full auto knockwurst firing death weapon.
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Think the first issue with his idea as illustrated is going to be finding enough extension cords.
No need, the saw is battery powered. 18 Volts. Battery pack is attached right behind the saw.
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I have to see this. You are crazy man.
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If you push from the far end, the initial launch guidance and flight path will be terrible.
Well, don't forget that the pole is guided by a tightly fitting barrel. Until the pole leaves the muzzle, there can be no deviation. This worked really well for the Assegai thrower!
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Well, don't forget that the pole is guided by a tightly fitting barrel. Until the pole leaves the muzzle, there can be no deviation. This worked really well for the Assegai thrower!
Beat me to it. Good job.

Didn't see the Assegai. I need to get out more.

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I have to see this. You are crazy man.
Make sure to have qualified medical help on hand, you know "just in case".
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Well, my wife is a certified nurse AND a medical doctor. So I should be in the best possible hands
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I thought I would be funny and say that well then you would not have the element of surprise becasue of it now being so noisy. But somebody would not get the joke and tell me so. So I just stated it like that. But it still needs a laser on it and maybe a forward grip. OH and paint it camo.
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This is going to be good!
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I sincirely recomend and test stand and safety shielding .
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I sincirely recomend and test stand and safety shielding .
And a 15 minute meeting to pitch the idea as a full-length feature film to M Night Shyamalan.
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Damn that looks wicked.
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