Wednesday, September 12, 2007

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Where are you guys? Are you off the "air"? Are you EVER going to do another show again?
Yes, we're back. You didn't think we'd leave you to the wolves forever, did you? ;)

It's crazy, it doesn't seem like it's been a year, but it has. So here's a show:

In this episode

Why no shows?

Two new guns--UZI and MP-7

Operation Red Dawn

E-mail, lots of e-mail


Music

Black Robes - Main Titles Re-Mix
http://www.podsafeaudio.com/jamroom/bands/5/

Tyson Emanuel - Desire
http://www.podsafeaudio.com/jamroom/bands/129/default.php

David Henderson - We Gotta Go
http://www.podsafeaudio.com/jamroom/bands/34/

Saturday, November 04, 2006

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In this episode we interview Joseph about the Airsoft scene in Hong Kong, where guns are cheap and targets are plentiful.

And if you live near Minnesota, check out their 2006 Airsoft Convention.

Music
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David Henderson
http://www.podsafeaudio.com/jamroom/bands/34/

- Wired for Loud
- The Real Deal
- Another Place in Time
- We Gotta Go

Saturday, September 09, 2006

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This episode is dedicated to Chris Charlton.

Airsoft Radio is now being broadcast at 9:00 PM Sundays in
Christchurch, New Zealand on 107.4 MOFO-FM (a REAL radio
station).

http://www.mofo-fm.co.nz/
http://www.cafepress.com/mofofm

We were going to do an interview with Chris Charlton in the
UK about the Airsoft ban, but he passed away due to a heart
problem. More information can be found here.

We're glad to hear that John is back safe and sound from
the Big Sandbox. PLEASE NOTE, I said the episode was from
January 24, 2006, it was reall from February 24, 2006.
Here is a link to the episode he appeared on.

On the tear drop shape being the most aerodynamic, here is how
a rain drop is REALLY shaped (thanks Shade!):

http://ga.water.usgs.gov/edu/raindropshape.html

and here, as promised, is the e-mail I received about the
shape with the lowest drag (don't bug Fred, he was nice
enough to reply!):

Fred Haan
Professor of Aerodynamic Engineering
Iowa State University

Lance,
I can only answer briefly. Essentially, the teardrop shape
is the lowest drag shape. That is why low speed airfoils
have that shape. I do not know much about rain drops. The
link you sent looks reasonable as to what their shape is
and what the relevant forces are (surface tension versus
aerodynamic pressure). The folks over in meteorology would
probably be able to comment more on the shape of rain drops.

That is just a really quick summary there. I hope that helps.

-Fred

And here is a link to the BB energy calculator at Arnies.

Music

Death and Taxes
Trust

David Henderson
Wired for Loud
The Real Deal
Another Place in Time


Do me a favor, do the "Lance Drill" and let me know how you like it! :)
-Lance

Friday, September 08, 2006

It's been a while, hasn't it? Well, no more of this "Best Of" crap! Bill and I are doing a new show tonight. Looking at the volume of subjects we have to cover tonight, the show may be two hours or more.

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Click here for a Classic Episode - Episode 2 from 2004.

Another Classic Episode from 2004.

All Classic Episodes will be hosted permanently, so I'll be posting classic episodes periodically until they have all been posted.

Sunday, August 27, 2006

I know you guys are anxious for another show to be posted, but we'll probably end up posting a "Best Of" show this week. The pollen count here is crazy. I can't hardly talk because of it, and that isn't good news when you are trying to do a talk show. And Bill had his own set of problems--he was working in his yard pulling weeds and his eyes swelled shut because of the pollen (did I mention the pollen count is crazy here?) On a scale of 1-12 with 12 being the worst, it's been hovering around 10, and we're expecting to hit 10.7 by the middle of the week.

Anyway, I'll get something posted this week. If we recover we'll do a new show, if not I'll post an old show.

Sunday, August 06, 2006

Click here for a Classic Episode - Episode 1 from 2004.

Some people have requested that old episodes be posted, so here is Episode 1 from 2004. Yes, things have certainly changed, haven't they? :)

All Classic Episodes will be hosted permanently, so I'll be posting classic episodes periodically until they have all been posted.

We thought about putting the old episodes on CD and charging for them, but we thought we'd be nice and post them here so you could get them free. If you think we're nice guys for doing this then feel free to drop us a couple bucks at our PayPal address. Hey, it's cheaper than a CD, right? :)

I like free stuff as much as the next guy, so I'm going to try voluntary contributions and see how it works.

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

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- Thoughts on the Airsoft Innovations Propane and duster gas adapter

- Mini-review of the TM Sig P-226

- Bill's Airsoft BB Measuring Project results

- Several handy tips within the show, which almost makes the show worth listening to!
Click here for Airsoft Radio for Friday, July 14, 2006

Listener Mail

- How to be on the show

- More segments, less chit-chat

- Whether or not we have any martial arts training

- Whether or not Airsoft players should wear insignia

Thursday, July 13, 2006

I was wondering why there were never any show comments, so thanks go to Scott for letting me know that there were comments, they just needed to be approved before they could be seen. I didn't think I had "Comment Moderation" turned on.

I went in and approved all the comments, and I changed the setting so comments show up without my approval. As long as nobody starts leaving Spam-like messages I'll keep it that way. I think people should be free to express themselves. But if people start abusing it with advertising then I'll have to moderate it to keep the ads out.

Thanks again Scott for bringing that to my attention.

-Lance