Spyder Advancer Rapid Loader .50 Cal Review

October 10, 2010

Review and shooting of this marker and new loader. www.spyder50.com www.spyder50.com

Cessna Aerobatic RC Airplane! “What’s in the Box Review!”

September 27, 2010

A look at what’s in the Box of the New Cessna EPO Aerobatic Trainer! This is your perfect entry level 4 Channel trainer or aerobatic trainer! Perfect if you are a sport flier as well! Excellent performance! Come check it out at www.bananahobby.com!

HorizonRC.com’s review of the ParkZone Micro Cessna

September 14, 2010

Radio control airplanes have seen a number of significant changes during the last few years. For the most part it seems airplanes have been getting bigger, even huge. And “big” usually means expensive. But ParkZone has an introduction that goes the other way. The Cessna Centurion is about as small as an RC airplane can get. But it flies way better than any micro model you have seen. In fact, you have to fly it to believe it. Jim Booker provides his take on this wonderful plane.

Spyder MR2 w/EYE Review

August 30, 2010

A brief overlook of the 08′ Kingman Spyder MR2 w/EYE.

Kingman Training Eraser Unboxing and Review- Paintball Pistol

June 17, 2010

In this video I review and unbox my Eraser paintball pistol. It’s by far the best and easiest to clean paintabll pistol I’ve ever used.

Kingman Spyder MR1 Review

May 14, 2010

MY Kingman Spyder MR1

Kingman Training Eraser Review (Part 1 of 2)

May 12, 2010

A quick look at Kingman’s new .43 caliber pistol.

Paintball Gun Review Spyder Kingman MR1

April 30, 2010

Paintball Gun Review Spyder Kingman MR1 shooting demo

Flight Simulator Review – A Pilot’s Perspective

April 11, 2010

    As far back as I can remember, I have wanted to be a pilot. Like many people, as a child I would look up at the sky and dream of one day becoming a pilot and flying my very own airplane. Now, many years later as an adult, I have achieved this goal. I am now a Commercially Rated Helicopter pilot, as well as a Private Fixed wing pilot.

    Before I started years of very expensive and in-depth flight training, I started to experiment with different Flight Simulators on the computer. These “games” have become so technologically advanced, that I would not even call them “games” anymore. After using these simulators, I decided that I had the passion to pursue a career in aviation. Later in Flight School, I continued to use them as “advanced learning tools” when studying for exams.

    The latest Flight Simulator Software that I would recommend to be used as an “advanced learning tool” before you think about spending $50,000 on a Commercial Pilot’s Licence is a program called Flight Pro Sim. Flight Pro Sim offers real life cockpit controls, thousands of airports and the freedom to fly anywhere in the world, and anytime of day or night with exceptional detail and unlimited weather conditions.

    For example, recently I was studying for the instrument portion of my flight test, I actually practiced instrument flying on the Cessna C-172 on Flight Pro Sim. I tracked inbound/outbound radials to the VOR at LAX (Las Angeles Airport). Navigated through different weather conditions at night using ADF equipment and also flew GPS direct. Practicing with Flight Pro Sim helped me to gain a better understanding of Radio Navigation for my flight test.

    Flight Pro Sim offers more than 80 different planes, and new ones constantly being added, from the Wright brother’s plane to the most modern military fighter aircraft, and even helicopters. If there is an aircraft that you would like to try flying, Flight Pro Sim probably has it.

    Flight Pro Sim offers a very challenging and rewarding experience. Even for a real-life Pilot like myself. I would recommend purchasing this product before making the decision to become a pilot, as this is the closest experience to Real-world Flying that I have found. If you decide to become a pilot, it can also be used as an effective training tool during your flight training.

For more information on Becoming a Pilot,

Visit my website at:     http://www.learn2flyonline.com/

Kingman Training Eraser Paintball Pistol, HD Review Part 2

April 2, 2010

Kingman Training Eraser HD review “Part 2 of 2”. In part 2 we show you how the marker shoots. How to load the marker and gas it up. How it performs over the crony. Shooting accuracy as well as how many shots you can expect from a single CO2 cartridge. Here is Part 1: www.youtube.com We do a shooting test to see the BPS, which was initially at a steady 250. After shooting on the same CO2 cartridge 30 shots, we test it again. The BPS/FPS was a steady 236. We shoot from 50 yards after about 40 shots and started to have to aim high. We also test it for accuracy from 15 yards. After 50 shots on the same cartridge the BPS was in the 245 range. How to Charge the marker (gas the gun up), add the CO2 cartridge. How to load the clip with 9 rounds. Overall a good marker. In Box: Detailed Manual 11mm Paintball Marker Squeegee Spare Parts Cleaning cloth Cocking Rail 2 CO2 Cartridges 100 Round Round training Paintballs .43 caliber Barrel Blocker Magazine Quick Features: Made of Metal Rubber Grips Slide moves “Real firearm” feel safety button Magazine made of aluminum Easy magazine Release easy to clean

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