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Thanks. I'll see if I can find them. These work great, but if the others aren't too expensive, I'd just as soon buy them.

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"I hate to gross ya out, but that's just the way it is." Hah, love it!

I might try that with a few different colors of chalk. It's just almost too much work for me.
 

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Yeah, I guess I should of put a band aid on it but I forgot. I don't even know how I did it. Must have smacked it with something in the shop. Between my wood shop and my job as a telephone repairman, if I don't bleed from something everyday, I think somethings wrong.
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Thanks for the video! Anything that gives a reactive response from being hit is good in my book. I think this would work with a rifle, or pistol, bullet also. I will get one of those "Y" stands for clays, and give them a try.
 
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The white flyer flash have a flash powder in them and give a flash and a pop if I read the web site right.

I think there are fully orange clays that give you the orange cloud if you hit them hard enough.
 

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Thanks for the video! Anything that gives a reactive response from being hit is good in my book. I think this would work with a rifle, or pistol, bullet also. I will get one of those "Y" stands for clays, and give them a try.
Let us know how you like them. I'm also trying a method that would do away with the tape. Make a slurry by mixing rubbing alcohol and the chaulk, and pour a bit into the recess on top of the clay. The alcohol will evaporate leaving the chaulk sort of "attched" to the surface of the clay. Hopefully when the clay is hit you will still get the "puff" of colored powder.
I'll let you all know how that idea works out with an update vid probably this weekend.
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