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    DIY Cardboard Paper Shooters

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    PhantomSambo

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    DIY Cardboard Paper Shooters

    Post  PhantomSambo on Sun Apr 07, 2013 2:14 pm

    Not sure how many of you have experience with max force blasters, but I personally enjoyed them. While not a replacement for Nerf, they were certainly a welcome distraction.

    As for the things I am talking about, they are very similar. Except, you build them yourself from a kit. Prices are upwards of $65, though it claims to get similar ranges to most Max Force blasters. I am dubious about the possibility of their presence in Australia, however. They mention only US and UK distributors if the project receives enough funding. Also, Australia's laws are rather convoluted and restrictive.

    Opinions and thoughts on this, please.

    http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/cardboard-warfare-blast-paper-ammo-up-to-75ft?website_name=papershooters
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    stoph

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    Re: DIY Cardboard Paper Shooters

    Post  stoph on Tue Apr 09, 2013 3:11 am

    Very skeptical about how customs will view these for Aussie importing. The overall assembly is too much like airsoft, and whilst the FPS may not be illegal, the looks will surely set off alarms. Would love to see it happen, though they've got a long way to go in funding, too.

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