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Buckshot Bear

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Couple of rough but fun props for this weekend. The 'TNT' plunger is spring loaded, would have been fun if it had detonated a primer :) 

 

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That plunger looks pretty cool, nice job! 

One of the most popular 'prop heavy' stages I ever did was throwing a dummy stick of dynamite with a real lit fuse down range, since it didn't 'detonate' you then pretend to shoot the 'stick' to make it explode.  The stand-in target for the unexploded stick was a Firebird reactionary target stuck to a steel plate, it gave a small explosion when hit.

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12 hours ago, Buckshot Bear said:

Couple of rough but fun props for this weekend. The 'TNT' plunger is spring loaded, would have been fun if it had detonated a primer :) 

 

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What would the marker say for Joe Bass?

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19 hours ago, Buckshot Bear said:

 The 'TNT' plunger is spring loaded, would have been fun if it had detonated a primer :) 


This could be easily adapted to your ‘TNT’ detonator.

 

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41 minutes ago, Buckshot Bear said:

How does your club run your props, off or on the timer?

Depending on the prop - we do both.

 

We have a stage with a gong.  The shooter indicates ready by saying a line and banging the gong, the TO then gives stand-by and the beep.

 

If we are throwing a stick of dynamite or stabbing a knife into a prop the shooter will say a line, the TO will give stand-by and after the beep the shooter will throw the dynamite/stab the prop.

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