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Corn Nerf Darts

Ecology/Economy-friendly fun in the woods
 
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What would be better than playing with Nerf guns in an open area outside on a beautiful day?

Answer: not having to go hunt around in the leaves for the rather expensive darts you just fired at your friend! Make those foam darts out of packaging-peanut corn material and leave them in the woods to biodegrade!

Added bonus: Older corn darts can burst on impact, creating a shower of physically harmless and visually appealing corn bits!

Ketchupybread, Mar 27 2007

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       What could be better? Airsoft style guns with ice pellet ammo.
IJK, Mar 27 2007
  

       Aren't paintballs biodegradable?
Smurfsahoy, Mar 27 2007
  

       Potato guns fire biodegradable ammunition. And you can buy it for $.39/lb.
Galbinus_Caeli, Mar 27 2007
  

       Paintballs tend to be made of gelatine. How offal is that?
oniony, Mar 27 2007
  


 

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