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zach8935
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flashlight tag

okay so I know this is going to sound goofy. But me and a bunch of friends went out the other night in about five acres of land when there was nothing but fog that you could barely see through and play flashlight tag. And I must admit it was almost as fun as playing paintball anybody else ever do this and just Be childish for a little bit.
it was also very fun because we have some of those big headed throwers that throw of what is basically a laser beam and we use them and it made it so much better
Good way to break in lights to. There were at least 15 grown men and a few women there

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Years ago with olde tymey incandescent lights. I had some Ray-o-vacs and even a few of the Radio Shack freebies tuned to really tight beams. Smile

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What were the big headed lights that throw like a laser beam?

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These are them
http://www.meritline.com/m/showproduct.aspx?productid=93484
I love mine. Best thrower I own
Can’t find a name brand one tho

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zach8935 wrote:
These are them http://www.meritline.com/m/showproduct.aspx?productid=93484 I love mine. Best thrower I own Can’t find a name brand one tho

Thanks

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i’ll give you a realistic example.
i can stand at one end of the local football field. off the field about 100 feet and hit the other end and easily reed the scoreboard with it at 400 feet