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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by John Backlund, Mar 2, 2021.
I automatically smelt that cap gun smell when you showed the gun...
The Russian version of Mattel's Fanner .50
No, but oddly, it quietly 'hums'. It drives the cats nuts, but doesn't really bother me....yet.
They seem to work well enough in my cap pistol's homeland companion...
Now THAT is what I call some serious wall art! Nice!!!
You know after Chernobyl melted down the Russians had to find a use for all the radioactive cows giving radioactive milk, right?
They made radioactive powdered milk and sold it cheap to some foreign country, loaded it on a train to ship, but en route it was discovered that it was radioactive!
Then the train loaded with radioactive powdered milk was shuffled from one country to another and nobody would allow it to be unloaded.
Finally a deal was brokered with an animal feed company who planned to dilute the stuff and mix it into mass quantities of livestock feed, thus getting around the regs that prevented it from being unloaded.
Maybe buy a geiger counter from a Russian seller too?
Paper in gun oil?
Memories of childhood. I was the fastest gunslinger on my block back in the day. (and I always got the pretty cowgirl)
Or "Purge the reactionaries on orders from Comrade Beria." Mom and dad better pay attention; they could be next.
Do Russian caps go Bang! with an accent?
We used to have 'Greenie Stick-em Caps' for our Mattel Fanner Fifties....I think the old Soviet Union cap pistol's used 'Reddie Commie-Caps' or something like that.
My Russian cap pistol is post-USSR Russia, so I don't know what it uses.