- WA M4 GBB Shooting
WA M4 GBB Shooting, With Original Plastic Receiver.
- Redwolf Airsoft – Cybergun Dragon Sniper Rifle
The Soviet styled Dragon sniper rifle from Cybergun. A good looking, good quality, skirmish performer that is incredibly affordable; a nice starter Sniper rifle.
Product Link: http://bit.ly/kiMJUr
- STOP California Senate Bill 798!!! -ASTKilo23-
STOP California Senate Bill 798!!! -ASTKilo23-
STOP the California senate bill bill 798. it forces all airsoft guns being imported to CA to a a neon color. print out, sign, and mail or fax it in to California senator Kevin de Leon. if he receives thousands of these letter, with luck it will put an end to this insane bill:
FILL IT OUT AND SEND IT IN NOW!!!
below is a link to Crazyncman’s video that also pertains to the issue:
- Airsoft Evike.com- Echo 1 Appreciation Day 2011
- Ajax with Tactical Airsoft Supply reviews Ian’s New Custom Javelin Airsoft M16A3
Ajax reviews Ian’s new Ajax Customs Javelin M16A3 Rifle. It is a mean machine shooting at 450FPS with .20g BB’s. Full Quad Rails all the way up for anything Ian wants to put on later. Want an airsoft rifle that will get you the kills you want? *AJAX CUSTOMS*
- KS P90 ST Airsoft Gun Review
A review of the KS P90 ST, buy other variants of the gun here:
- Stop California State Senate Bill 798! (SB 798) DO YOUR PART NOW!
California is trying to pass another law(SB 798) to make airsoft gun a bright neon color in their state. If this bill passes it will affect ALL of us here in the United States and not just California.
Click this link, print the picture, sign it and mail to the address to the State Senator! http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150168722676134&set=a.387871946133.169108.76891161133&type=1&theater
Please do you part and "like" this video, favorite this video and post it everywhere you can.
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- 16:9 video test (CAW M134 1000 rounds burst)
- Ruger LCR: "Fast, Fun, Deadly" by Nutnfancy
At 13.6 oz, the Model 5401 LCR is another favorite snub nosed .38 for me. I was surprised in this on some levels as I generally eschew hype on newly introduced guns, relaying more on long term track records to impress me. The LCR arrived on scene with a fair amount of hype. However in TNP the LCR did indeed establish an excellent track record and it forms the foundation of this TNP tabletop review. The gun was ran through multiple tactical shooting drills that were actually set up for full sized handguns, not this little snubbie. But with careful attention to the fundamentals I was able to make the LCR come alive in these drills and it posted truly amazing results: nearly every round connecting at 27 yds on an 8 inch steel plate (as well as the others). And that was with the heart rate and stress levels elevated after many runs in the course. It’s easy to fall in love with a gun that can do this, especially when it’s being asked to perform beyond its normal engagement ranges. So indeed accuracy seemed to be stellar. Reliabiltiy with various loads was 100% as well. A brief review of the ground breaking polymer and modular construction is undertaken here but the viewer should come away with the appreciation that it results in a very lighweight and yet durable revolver. The sights are excellent when painted or swapped out as discussed; the black on black left something to be desired. This LCR shot point of aim as well with most loads. The DAO trigger is another high point: one of the smoothest out of box triggers on any revolver yet tested. The Hogue Tamer grips are another win and I highly recommend them despite their rubbery exterior that can grab clothing. The "synergestic" polymer anodizing is tough but not impervious as the gun developed chips in it. Firepower like all snubbies is very limited and reloads are fraught with much opportunity for failures. Training in this and overall marksmanship is key (proven tips given). Being commercially successful results in more accessories and some of the best are found righ at http://www.shopruger.com where fit is guaranteed and several have the added specialness of the Ruger emblazoned logo. Value is high and the LCR’s pricing has provided stiff competition to the other .38 Specials out there. Other manufacturers are copying the LCR formula but I think they will be hard pressed to do it better (if they do, I will tell you). Variations of the LCR include the 3.7 oz heavier .357 Mag version (not preferred b. of this; it wears a steel-reinforced top strap) and a Crimson Trace outfitted version. For me the #5401 stoked with a +P .38 Special load, with a few speed loaders at the ready, will provide adequate security. POUs are as discussed by the LCR surprisingly emerges as a recreational gun as well. Great fun was had in its testing with standard pressure loads. Light, fast, and deadly. The LCR cries out only for a good marksman to complete this formula for excellence. ////////// Music licensed to TNP from Jason Shaw
- "Why Big Knives Don’t Suck" by Nutnfancy
Often misunderstood and untested by their armchair critics, large fixed blade knives serve impressively in certain roles. In this Nutnfancy Philosophy of Use video, the use of large fixed blades knives is explored. The focus is on wilderness use and how such tools excel in high altitude alpine environments when size and carry weight issues (SAWC) are considered. Contrasted against axe use, the large survival knife is usually safer and is more forgiving in stability bases (deep snow) when splitting wood. Several proven blades like the Ontario RTAK II, Cold Steel Trailmaster, the KaBar Heavy Bowie, the Ontario SP10 Marine Raider, and Ontario SP50 are referenced and shown. These knives are much proven in many hours of video form here in TNP as they tackle these woodscrafting tasks to include fire and shelter making. The axe possess certain disadvantages that dissuaded their use in my wilderness "stage:" usually has to be more specialized in its constructions for these jobs, it gets stuck in logs, and the large ones needed for effective large log are much heavier to pack in. A big blade can cut a 10" log in two with effective batoning. As such it can be a time saver when you are already tired from the steep hike in and succumbing to the effects of fatigue (less dexterity). Is this the time to have a specialized woods tool requiring special technique and skill? Hardly. Instead in most wilderness POUs the large blades minimize work and get your fires started faster, your shelters constructed quicker, and traps built easier. Also discussed are the POUs of edged weapon combat with large blades (unlikely), and their advantages of reach and mass. As in the days of old, they remain formidable weapons that deserve respect. And of course their possession soley as collectible and enjoyable 2nd Kind of Cool objects is validated. But I remain focused on the mountains here and drive home the point with much video and links to their originations. These large fixed blades are not however appropriate in every climate and environment and lighter weight options like the machete might be better. They should also be paired with lighter weight blades for more capabilities as well. In some day outings where the propensity for needing them is low, it is reasonable to leave them at home and go with a lighter mid-sized survival knife. For vehicular, cabin, backyard, RV, and campground camping where food and rest is plentiful, the axe is still a good choice. But if I’m packing steel up big mountains where things can get serious fast, usually a large woods blade is coming along to make my life easier up there.///////////Music licensed to TNP from Jason Shaw
- Airsoft Evike.com- This IS Airsoft! Trailer
Stay tuned for more weekly action footages coutesy of Evike.com, it’s affiliates, and the Southern California Airsoft fields. This video is shot at Airsoft playground CQB. Please note that each field is different in FPS regulation, game play, surrender rules, magazine type allowed and more. Stay tuned for more!
- KJW M700 Gas Airsoft Sniper Rifle Review
- Major Update From crazyNCman!
- Desert Eagle Rapid Fire – JaceyMG42 HD
Watch in HD!
Jacey shooting his new Israel MK 1 Desert Eagle .357 mag.
- Geardos for Jeff
Filipino geardos put together a video for Jeff Figueroa who is presently battling cancer.
- (Airsoft War) Echo1 Appreciation Day at Desert Fox: MOUT
- TSD – HFC M190 Full/Semi Auto Airsoft Pistol – RFR Episode 22
Talk about a GREAT pistol for close quarter battle (cqb). When you spray your opponents with this intimidating full-metal blowback airsoft pistol, they won’t know what hit ‘em! Nick and Barry review the take down, special features, and accuracy of this pistol while showing viewers how to fill the airsoft gun with propane.
- 東京マルイ ストライクウォーリア
STRIKE WARRIOR TOKYO MARUI GBB GAS BLOW BACK GUN
- 東京マルイ フォリッジウォーリア
FOLIAGE WARRIOR TOKYO MARUI GBB GAS BLOW BACK GUN
- Epic Knife Killing Spree!
If you are quiet, sneaky and keep your cool you can pull off an epic knife kill like this! All in a good days fun at Cane Creek Airsoft. For field info please visit http://www.ccairsoft.com