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cheyner

Member Since 06 Sep 2009
Offline Last Active Sep 26 2017 04:57 PM

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In Topic: The Mississauga Massacre

17 June 2015 - 05:47 PM

A permit will go a long way to get more vets. Many of us are still bitter about being kicked out of the park Vengeance used to be held at.
Also, if the permit allows sticking things in the ground I have many obstacles I can bring and would really like to pass onto somebody else after the war.

In Topic: The Mississauga Massacre

16 June 2015 - 10:32 PM

Check out Canadian Nerfers on facebook. Most of us Ontario nerfers are on there including all the old guys from the GTA. I posted a link last night and this war is building a lot of interest, might pass that 20 person mark with this one.
The relaxing of the darts helps a lot. I have several hundred that are a few years old that have just been sitting there itching to fly.
Are Cobras firing large ammo ok?

In Topic: The Mississauga Massacre

15 June 2015 - 10:06 PM

I'm a maybe.
Do you have a permit?
How firm are you on slingshot darts?

In Topic: Whats happened with Canada?

29 May 2014 - 07:04 PM

Forsaken Angel and his crew retired from hosting after the last Hell had about 8-10 of us show up. Basically the vets have retired and not enough young guns have stepped up to fill the void. Some of us have tried hosting wars, but being outside of the GTA has led to less than desired turnouts.

In Topic: Dart-related Nerf war accidents and dart safety tests

05 May 2013 - 01:34 PM

At one of the Vengeance's (4, I think) I took a shot to my eye glasses from about 30 feet away. The result was my glasses frame actually breaking and pushing the lens flatly into my eye with quite some force. It basically felt like I got punched in the eye, my vision out of that eye was fuzzy for about 10 minutes. The dart was most likely a 1/4" slingshot dome (Canada) fired by a brass breached 4B.

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Here you can see where I got hit, the hit also bent the frame and stripped the screw holding the frame together on that side. This is why I always make sure to have a pair of safety glasses on over top of my eye glasses when I Nerf.