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Posted by killbucket | Jul 30, 2012 @ 02:55 PM | 7,760 Views
Ultimate Killbucket: Count the Custom Guns! (7 min 13 sec)

Video Review of my custom projects.
Posted by killbucket | Jul 30, 2012 @ 11:16 AM | 8,200 Views

The Syma S107 3 channel helicopter is reliable enough to customize radically. In this picture set, you will see an S107 melded with an Apache helicopter kit and some olive drab 107 spray paint, an appropriate color for a tiny warbird.

El Syma S107 3 helicóptero del canal es lo suficientemente confiable para personalizar radicalmente. En este conjunto, verá un S107 se fundió con un kit de helicóptero Apache y algo verde oliva 107 pintura en aerosol, un color apropiado para un pequeño Warbird.

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Posted by killbucket | Jul 27, 2012 @ 06:01 PM | 8,127 Views

Here's super-big pics of a brand-new Syma S800g coming apart to the last bit. See how one of the latest copters has been designed HERE.

TONS of new stuff posted.

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Posted by killbucket | Jul 25, 2012 @ 06:44 PM | 7,713 Views
Dead Horse 9104 Helicopter (0 min 13 sec)

More like Dead Horse?

9104 Double Horse 2012 (0 min 17 sec)
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Posted by killbucket | Jul 25, 2012 @ 02:09 PM | 7,671 Views
Posted by killbucket | Jul 21, 2012 @ 11:11 AM | 7,956 Views

S107G is now obsolete. S107C is the latest in an awesome line of incredible indoor copters.

I am amazed, bowled over...
3 Channel Syma's are the best copters to own. I think the LAMA series was total bunk!
Posted by killbucket | Jul 13, 2012 @ 01:17 PM | 7,841 Views

How to take apart the S107 series 3 channel copters.
Posted by killbucket | Jul 13, 2012 @ 10:52 AM | 7,927 Views
Posted by killbucket | Jul 13, 2012 @ 10:50 AM | 8,036 Views

step by step instruction with pictures, for replacing your S107 type's battery

with a larger one.
Posted by killbucket | Jul 13, 2012 @ 10:10 AM | 7,911 Views
Posted by killbucket | Jul 12, 2012 @ 12:29 PM | 8,093 Views

I have recently built a movie prop Minigun M134, similar to the Terminator 2 movie weapon. Like the gun in the first Predator flick, it has a full back pack, but the carry yoke is like the one in the second Terminator film. This was made under contract for a movie director who I'm not at liberty to name.

Suffice to say, get a real good look at it, you may recognize it elsewhere soon...
Made of 6mm ABS sheet, CAD designed and CNC produced, this is my most detailed minigun M134 to date. It has a remote operation control box, and runs on twinned 18v batteries from Harbor freight cordless drills, one of which gave its drive motor and transmission.
I'll be posting a massive gallery of the build pics of the minigun soon, but for now, you can see dozens of pictures of the finished movie prop here: