GUN So my cousins have gotten bored

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  1. hsmith

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    They started buying small propane tanks, attaching flares to them (necessary to ignite the propane), and shooting them from 300-400ft

    this will end badly :o

    the things farm kids do with tons of land, disposable income, and not much common sense :o
     
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    If they are far enough away and no dry brush/grass whatever it should be fairly safe. I would not like to get propane tank fragments flying anywhere close to me though :o
     
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    they are pretty smart, they know to get far enough away :o

    its been wet where they live so no worry about it catching on fire
     
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    that was just a 1lb one too :o
     
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    ibFBI visits our farm :o
     
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    I bought some binary "scarecrow" explosives from Sportsman's Guide. They are a lot of fun with a rifle & so far, I haven't started any grass fires.
     
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    I have done this before in South Georgia. It really is something to see.
     

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