Friday, May 18, 2012
I take a look at the new KWA LM4 PTR gas blowback professional training rifle. We don't get to put any rounds through the gun but all I had to do is pull the trigger once to know I want to buy one. This is one of the most solidly built airsoft guns that I have ever held.
For more information visit KWA's website athttp://kwausa.com/products/gbbr/lm4-ptr/
Thursday, May 17, 2012
The KWA TT-33 is sure to be a hit with airsofters that have a love for the eastern block. The TT-33 is a gas operated blowback pistol that fatefully represents the look and feel of the real steal TT-33 pistol. For more information on this or other KWA airsoft guns visit their websight or you local airsoft retailer.
Channel Ambush is a show where I critique your airsoft channel. On the show I will talk about what you are doing well and what you need some help with. I will give you suggestions as to what you can do to improve your channel, boost viewership and get more subs.
It is easy to enter yourself into Channel ambush. All you have to do is make a video describing the Who, What, Where, When and Why of your channel. Then post it to Youtube, name it Airsoft Ambush Entry (your channel name). Then leave it as a Video Comment on this video.
There is no need to sub or favorite and like the video, although it is always appreciated.
Sunday, May 13, 2012
I want to help promote your Airsoft Youtube channel. I have three things that you can do to show off your channel.
1. My AirsofGeek.com facebook page is open for you to post links to your videos.
2. Enter yourself in Channel Ambush. I will post a video soon with the details of entry.
3. Enter the East v West project. Again I will post more information soon.
Here are some behind the scene photos of todays shoot.
Shot on the Canon T2i with the 18 to 135mm kit lens. I used the sun as a back light and a white reflector as a key light. Audio was recorded on the Zoom H4n. The jacket was used as a flag to block the sunlight from hitting the lens.
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Operation Broken Arrow (Part 3) was an airsoft game played at the Bing field on Mar 24, 2012. The Bing Field located near St Louis, Missouri U.S.A. For more information visit http://bingfield.com/
In March of 1956 a Boeing B-47 Stratojet took off from MacDill Air Force Base in Florida for a non-stop flight to the African Nation of Morocco. Shortly before it was to rendezvous for its second midair refueling, this flight, commanded by Captain Robert Hodgin, disappeared, along with its cargo of nuclear weapons material. After over five decades without a trace, the CIA has now confirmed that the weapons have surfaced in the hands of the Army of Aden in Yemen. Their intention is to smuggle this weapon into the United States aboard a cargo ship and detonate it. A company of US Army Special Forces soldiers has been dispatched to Yemen. Their mission is to fight their way into the Army of Aden's (AOA) stronghold and secure the nuclear device. Once secured, they are to disarm it and transport it to awaiting gunships. Their secondary objective is to kill or capture as much of the AOA leadership as possible.
Sunday, April 22, 2012
Monday, April 16, 2012
I had an epic weekend of guns and airsoft. I will be posting videos soon of our visit to the 2012 NRA show in St. Louis. Sunday I played airsoft at Bing with a bunch of friends. It was a great time but I focused on playing so the video may have suffered. I haven't had a chance to go through the footage yet.
Keep On Shooting
Keep On Shooting