Archer Lodge resident Eddie Boyce points in the direction of the explosion that he said rattled his home in March. Boyce thinks his neighbors are using Tannerite, an explosive often used for making exploding targets for firearms.
Archer Lodge resident Eddie Boyce points in the direction of the explosion that he said rattled his home in March. Boyce thinks his neighbors are using Tannerite, an explosive often used for making exploding targets for firearms. Nash Dunn ndunn@newsobserver.com
Archer Lodge resident Eddie Boyce points in the direction of the explosion that he said rattled his home in March. Boyce thinks his neighbors are using Tannerite, an explosive often used for making exploding targets for firearms. Nash Dunn ndunn@newsobserver.com

Archer Lodge neighbors report explosions in subdivision

April 19, 2015 09:27 AM

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