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this is a new version of the paper wasp and can really hurt and leave blisters.there are only a few things needed and i am not reasponcible for any of...
you will need pliers that can cut wire, the wire (welding lead, get at hardware store), and a rubber band to launch it
you will need to cut about an inch of wire
this is the easy step, just put the wire in the pliers and it will bend in the middle. try to find pliers big enough
well, there you have it. just put around a rubber band and launch. p.s.- these things can really hurt and go far. i've shot them over 100 feet easy. a...
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I remember testing one of these out, 40 years ago. I needed a moving target, so I chose the paperboy, as he walked down the driveway away from our house. Bad choice! Luckily he wasn't injured too severely, but he did have a nasty welt on the back of his head. I still feel bad to this day.
These babies could seriously injure someone, like taking out an eye, and you will have to live with that feeling forever, not to mention the guy you injure - think first before you shoot at another person!
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