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Posted: 8/19/2017 3:56:38 PM EST
What are these balls? They are .342/.341 in diameter and have writing and or symbols on them.







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Pachinko balls

Pachinko wikipedia entry
Link Posted: 8/19/2017 3:57:33 PM EST
Are those Jap 50 Shades of Grey sex balls?
Link Posted: 8/19/2017 3:57:35 PM EST
Ben wah balls
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Originally Posted By OrionS:
Pachinko balls
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This is where I would put my money.
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FPNI. When I was growing up in the late '70s, my best friend's sister was a Pan Am Stewardess. She flew between SeaTac and Tokyo a lot and got my buddy a Pachinko machine and would bring over bags of the balls. He had so many we used them as ammo for our Wrist Rockets. Good memories!
Link Posted: 8/19/2017 4:13:59 PM EST
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Anal beads.
Link Posted: 8/19/2017 4:16:07 PM EST
Old school Pokemon
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I was thinking Roulette..
Link Posted: 8/19/2017 4:17:06 PM EST
When fired from a wrist rocket, 70's vintage, big rubber. It will go all the way thru a car door
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Pachinko balls

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We had a Pachinko machine back in the 70's. Some guy in Sacramento imported tons of them. It had a built-in ashtray. Noisier than hell, but kinda cool.
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Polonium-210. Did you get the umbrella with them? 
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Yup
Link Posted: 8/19/2017 4:57:58 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Truman_Sparks:
We had a Pachinko machine back in the 70's. Some guy in Sacramento imported tons of them. It had a built-in ashtray. Noisier than hell, but kinda cool.
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My neighbor had one...............spent hours playing that noisy thing
Link Posted: 8/19/2017 5:13:01 PM EST
Chocolate salty balls.

Put 'em in your mouth!
Link Posted: 8/19/2017 5:16:25 PM EST
I've got a Pachinco machine in my basement. Balls are everywhere
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Ben Wa.
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Yep...they sure are.
Link Posted: 8/19/2017 5:59:45 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Beach:
When fired from a wrist rocket, 70's vintage, big rubber. It will go all the way thru a car door
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I have one of those sling shots.


Was thinking of making a cannon.
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A friend had one of those machines when I was growing up. I'm pretty sure i swallowed one by accident or dare once. Seem to remember it clinking into the bowl when I passed it.
Link Posted: 8/22/2017 7:21:03 AM EST
Mine's old school like this one.

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Originally Posted By RightwingNutjob:
Ben wah balls
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Originally Posted By RightwingNutjob:
Ben wah balls
Hey now.



Originally Posted By Stump70:
Ben Wa.
Yes?
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[Archer] Balls! [Archer]

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As an Air Force brat in the late 1950s, half my friends had pachinko tables. Talk about an attractive nuisance-- flashy, noisy, clattery moving parts, things that seem to happen at random-- we loved them. Dad wouldn't bring one back when he solo TDY'ed to Okinawa in 1961, said he wouldn't have one in his house-- crushed me, still want one but the wife agrees with Dad. I think the Flashy-Noisy requirements of modern youth is met by TV and cell phones, but I showed my grandboys one and they were duly impressed. And I broke down and gave my lucky pachinko ball to my teenage granddaughter.

In Japan it was illegal to make direct payments on games of chance, which was pachinko's legal status-- so you won little fuzzy Teddy bears instead. When you were done you took the bears down a few doors and there was a shop where you redeemed the bears for cash. Somehow this satisfied the requirements of Japanese law at the time--
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Originally Posted By OrionS:
Pachinko balls

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FPNI
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Yep, I'm well acquainted with those after having a bag of then break and scatter hither and yon in the basement.....A magnet is very handy in that situation.
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Originally Posted By RightwingNutjob:
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I'm not saying Asian women are small...
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Originally Posted By ScottsGT:
Mine's old school like this one.

https://www.AR15.Com/media/mediaFiles/32016/pachinko-287129.JPG
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We that same one when I was a kid. I think my parents still have it along with one other one.
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