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CSI Cardiff 'Phipson's Spring Fling'
Based on the television series CSI, we bring you CSI Cardif. "80% Less gun crime compared to US CSI Show. 100%Chance you can't understand Welsh."
About this creation
My Entry for the Spring Fling contest on MocPages.



Based on the television series CSI, we bring you CSI Cardif. "80% Less gun crime compared to US CSI Show. 100%Chance you can't understand Welsh."



Follow our Story with our head CSI Tommy.



DETAILS ON WEAPON:

Range: 5 Meters





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CSI:CARDIFF



CASE: Death on the Public Right Of Way.

NOTES: Five dead pedestrians have been found over the last two weeks, all have had traumatic deaths from penitration of a foreign object. CSI Tommy to test Farmer Bob's invention to see if it has the range to kill.



CSI Tommy is setting up his plywood dummy at a distance to test the capabilities of farmer Bob's weapon.



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CSI Tommy Checks over the weapon to figure out how to operate it.



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Tommy pulls back the mechanism and locks it into place with the trigger.



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Tommy loads one of the spears found nera the machine when it was located on the farmers property.



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Setting the elivation on this machine seems to be very simple, Tommy only has to turn the yellow brick.



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Preparing to fire Tommy hits the trigger and the mechanish flys forward hitting the spear and proppelling it forward towards the dummy.



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Direct Hit, Farmer Bob seems to have had the ability to kill the people but what was his motive?



LATER: Farmer Bob is arrested and confesses in his native welsh language about those damm Englishmen walking across his farm declaring it is a public footpath.



Comments

 I made it 
  June 20, 2010
Quoting Flare . Does it really fire?
Yes it does, The trigger is the technic L shaped beam at the back, If that is pressed the elastic bands pull the large firing pin forward and pushes the projectile out of the holder.
 I like it 
  June 20, 2010
Does it really fire?
 I made it 
  June 3, 2010
Quoting Dr. HappyBaboon , PhD Well done, sir! This is a fantastic entry, and I have a feeling I'll be hard-pressed to beat it. Keep on brickin'!
I Don't know I just looked though your creations and you certainly are a competent builder, I'm sure you can make something great. This really is not my main entry i'm still working on it I just thought I would get the ball rolling.
 I like it 
  June 2, 2010
Well done, sir! This is a fantastic entry, and I have a feeling I'll be hard-pressed to beat it. Keep on brickin'!
  May 31, 2010
Well, that's good them. I would've thought that Doctor Who had been the CSI for Cardiff, as it is filmed here. It's got investigation in it.
 I like it 
  May 31, 2010
Fabbo entry!
 I made it 
  May 31, 2010
Quoting Chris Phipson Swweeeet. So be honest, how many times did you shoot the cat with this thing? ~ Chris.
Err It was more like mortar fire on the cat rather than directly at her. But she did get shot a few times including the fiancée.
 I made it 
  May 31, 2010
Quoting Malik Primus Well, very good! It's nice that you named it after my hometown, Cardiff, in Wales, in the UK. (Probably wasn't intended though.) Great build here!
Ho no it was intended, I'm English but I do love Cardiff. I also think that if they did do another CSI Cardiff could b a contender 'Giggles to self'.
 I like it 
  May 31, 2010
Well, very good! It's nice that you named it after my hometown, Cardiff, in Wales, in the UK. (Probably wasn't intended though.) Great build here!
 I like it 
  May 30, 2010
Swweeeet. So be honest, how many times did you shoot the cat with this thing? ~ Chris.
 
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