Where have we heard this before?

retch sweeny
 
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Where have we heard this before?

Postby retch sweeny » Tue Apr 19, 2011 12:05 pm

Some of you have stopped because of mobility difficulties or lack of time to practice.


Some of you have never tried because of a physical handicap or because it never appealed to you.


But now EVERYONE can enjoy the great outdoors and the sport and the camaraderie.


Its Ideal for people with mobility difficulties.


Its great for people who stopped due to age related issues.


Its fun for everyone, allowing youngsters to start earlier


No time for practice? Now you can still enjoy your time outdoors


Perhaps your bored with the current available gear.


Gets more participating, increasing revenues.


Sure, the purist, elitist users of traditional gear will complain but they just want to keep people for participating. They are just mad because it has a stock and you dont hold it like they hold theirs.


http://inventionshowcase.com/golfballlauncher.htm


Now dont get all in a lather. This was just in good fun by Illustrating absurdity with absurdity. [;)]

retch sweeny
 
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RE: Where have we heard this before?

Postby retch sweeny » Tue Apr 19, 2011 12:22 pm

The trad people with wooden clubs are the only ones who have the right to complain. If your using graphite and titanium with all the bells and whistles, you lose your ability to object to this. [:D] [:D] [:D]

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RE: Where have we heard this before?

Postby retch sweeny » Thu Apr 21, 2011 6:17 am

[font=arial]Now they have one that fits on an AR-15 assault rifle.
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http://www.bloomautomatic.com/

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RE: Where have we heard this before?

Postby Dan Salmon » Thu Apr 21, 2011 11:05 pm

That's it, the end of the world has come.  Its available on an AR15 platform, which is now generally accepted as the coming of the locusts in recent times.  


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