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    OH DEAR..Bolo n Spotter 1978

    Bolo on left me on the right..1978 we actually ran around the streets with these toys ? couldnt do that today
    PS sorry Bro but had to post this
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    Any Live or Dug ordnance shown by me has been disposed of by military EOD personnel .


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    haha very neat spotter

    regards lee

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    Great pic man!!

    I gotto admit that set up beats my old rig hands down!
    I used to have a super SLR toy gun that fired caps and an old flower hanging basket that i pinched and filled with Ferns! Them were the days!




    best

    waff

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    Quote Originally Posted by waffenamt View Post
    Great pic man!!

    I gotto admit that set up beats my old rig hands down!
    I used to have a super SLR toy gun that fired caps and an old flower hanging basket that i pinched and filled with Ferns! Them were the days!




    best

    waff
    gotta see a photo of THAT!!
    "Any live or recovered ordnance in my posts has been dealt with by trained EOD personnel"

    I've seen things you people wouldn't believe.
    Barbeques on fire by the chalets past the castle headland
    I watched the gift shops glitter in the darkness off the Newborough gate
    All these moments will be lost in time, like icecream on the beach
    Time for tea.

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    when we were young

    Sorry chaps i have to admit i used to own a large (probably) full size plastic vickers machine gun , with tripod
    for one christmas i was given a shooting game! a double barrelled shotgun with plastic darts and a clockwork rabbit to shoot
    Last edited by Fuzeman; 31st March 2009 at 12:13 AM.

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    i had the mighty "Johnny seven 1 man army gun". It fired plastic bullets, grenades, rockets and made a great machine gun noise. wish i still had it!!
    paul.

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    Why do I suspect -

    They might be older but still carry on in just the same way now ~

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul the grenade View Post
    i had the mighty "Johnny seven 1 man army gun". It fired plastic bullets, grenades, rockets and made a great machine gun noise. wish i still had it!!
    paul.
    Ah you mean one of these?
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Johnny-Seven-1...ayphotohosting

    NC to seller

    Steve

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    Ha! I had a Johnny Seven too! Also had a bazooka that fired plastic light blue porjectiles. Wish I still had them.

 

 

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