- published: 10 Jul 2009
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http://www.aquacraftmodels.com The rounded nose is classic styling borrowed from full-size hydros, but the rest of this little hydro is strictly AquaCraft RTR: its already assembled, its all-in-one complete and its easy to enjoy.
Presentacion y despiece de campaña del arma y comparacion con HK USP Compact y Beretta 21 - TODAS LAS MUNICIONES QUE SE VEN EN MIS REVIEW SON INERTES (sin posibilidad de detonar) Y SE ENCUENTRAN EN LOS CARGADORES A FIN DE MOSTRAR LOS AUTOMATISMOS PROPIOS DE CADA ARMA SI ASI SE REQUIERE. El estado de cada una se controla ANTES de iniciar cada review. E7
Javier probando su mini thunder 40 s&w.Realmente impresiona lo que pega y suena esta chiquitina.
I made a high voltage generator with Cockcroft-Walton circuit for my class of science. The detail, including the schematic, was published on Japanese Hobby magazine, DENSHI KOSAKU MAGAZINE, at Sept. 19 in 2012. Since the main purpose is to show a mini thunder in front of children, the voltage is 12000V or around, for the current is really the matter of clear sparking and sounding.
All stock Mini thunder with electrifly T-400 motor it's pretty darn fast!
this is me testing one of my mini thunder salute
At my first Mini Thunder, on the combined 5-mile track at Thunderhill - what an awesome event and a killer track layout. This is from the last session of the day, chasing an F56 and being hounded by coaches in spec Miatas ;) I have so much to learn but it was an amazing first track day. I'm driving my WC50, a 2010 JCW - love this car...
Doug Marcaida demonstrates Filipino Kali techniques with a mini size hammer, dubbed as "mini Thunder". Doug goes over different ways to strike from the butt handle end to the top of hammer, including using the hook side. Strikes are combined with basic controls using the hook side of hammer. The great thing about the mini thunder is that you can pack some heavy impact and used as a shield against a stick or fists. Kudos goes to Doug performing these strikes/control techniques while in hubbad drill mode. Hubbad means to tie and untie, its a drill using edged weapons, sticks or even empty hands. It is meant to apply your strikes or a control technique while hands/arms and body are in motion.