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Old December 31, 2017, 01:04 PM   #14
T. O'Heir
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Join Date: February 13, 2002
Location: Canada
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"...keeping enough Bowling Pins rounded up..." I think the bowling alley industry changed their technology too. No more loose pins that get disposed of. Dunno for sure, but I think they're all on ropes/cables now. Might be different material than wood too.
Steel bowling pin silhouettes is what caused a buddy of mine to take a slice of lead bullet in the fore head years ago. He was practicing for Second Chance(won a revolver and beat Miculek in a man on man to the tune of $500) and had a wee slice come back, go through the peak of his baseball hat, hit his head just above his eye(missed his glasses by millimetres) whereupon the point of the slice bent on his skull and stuck there.
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