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Training to be a graffiti artist is easier said than done. Picking up a few cans of spraypaint and going to town on the nearest wall probably isn’t going to turn out quite as excellent as you had hoped (we tried, it sucked). In order to perfect your craft, you need to start small and work your way up to life size. That means going model style like the cars, trucks and planes you grew up painting with the old man. We’re not talking Lionel or Revell, we’re talk Trains of Fame. Each train car is made of ABS plastic specifically chosen for it’s ability to work with marker-based paints and runs 52x4x13cm but doesn’t actually have a motor. It’s a DIY graffiti train car that you won’t get arrested for tagging and will serve as good practice for its full-size brethren. So come on write that train.

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Whether you’re trying to refine your archery skills or just get a leg up on the competition when it comes to office warfare, the BB Sniper mini crossbow from Uncommon Carry will fit the bill. Handmade out of stainless steel and equipped with a self-loading chamber, the BB Sniper is designed to hurl projectiles like toothpicks or mini BBs with surprising accuracy at a range of about 30-50 feet. Make sure to schedule some time for target practice because this addictive little crossbow can do some damage. Have fun, but avoid the sensitive areas.