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Upon arrival, visitors pick from a small armory of blunt weapons — sledgehammers, shovels, crowbars, a surprisingly sturdy furniture leg — to demolish the inventory of beer bottles, old TVs and tables. They must also sign an online waiver before wielding a weapon. Flying shrapnel “will definitely happen,” Ballester says, so all visitors must wear protective coveralls, gloves and masks.