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This is just to funny , well at least to me . Wish I had unlimited money and time to play like this .
If you get bored just go right to the battle around 9:00 minutes in


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This is just to funny , well at least to me . Wish I had unlimited money and time to play like this .
If you get bored just go right to the battle around 9:00 minutes in

https://youtu.be/4BBnYPuM2s0
Hard to belive that these are grown men, I must have just gotten to old to relate to such things.

However, they sure look like they are having fun, and having fun shuld never go out of sltylek. Toys are really getting sophicated these days are't they.

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When I was a little kid, we played with oatmeal boxes, old coffee pots, discarded typewriters. My best friend and I used to sit in his Dad's 49 Plymouth and play submarine. We won WWII all by ourselves. Try taking an old typewriter apart and then put it back together! Back to the photo- what kind of $$$$ do they have in those Big Boy Toys?

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When I was a little kid, we played with oatmeal boxes, old coffee pots, discarded typewriters. My best friend and I used to sit in his Dad's 49 Plymouth and play submarine. We won WWII all by ourselves. Try taking an old typewriter apart and then put it back together! Back to the photo- what kind of $$$$ do they have in those Big Boy Toys?
Someone told me they make a ton of money from there youtube channel . Enough that they also bought the golf course that there playing on .
Looks like I’m doing it all wrong

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Expensive toys. If they want to get realistic, they should use full automatic BB guns, like they use in RC battleship battles. They actually sink their ships, but since they are made of foam board, or the ilk, they fix them and go again.

If you really want to see something exciting, watch some of the real Warthogs, on real fire missions.

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