Friday, June 28, 2013

"Falia Reviews" UPDATE!!

I'm currently in the process of re-vamping this site. I will be posting on it much more frequently, and will be giving additional information here regarding items in my YouTube videos. I will also be reviewing gear not shown in videos, and posting tips, concealed carry info, and more. Please bookmark this site and keep checking back!!

12 comments:

Wally & Sue's 1975 GMC Glenbrook said...

Glad you have reappeared!

FALIA REVIEWS: said...

Wally & Sue - Glad you still check my page! I'll be on here a lot more again. Still lots to edit though :)

Anonymous said...

Just in time! I'm entirely new to the world of guns, and have learned a lot from your videos already. I'll definitely be keeping up with your blog! (I'll have to get a username too.)

Lamb

FALIA REVIEWS: said...

Anon/Lamb - Awesome! Definitely keep checking back here and I'm glad you enjoy my videos

Troy said...

Sweet deal. Looking forward to the great reviews.

FALIA REVIEWS: said...

Troy - Glad to have you on my site! I'll be updating A LOT in the next few days and then continually thereafter. :)

Jim said...

On a whim I checked my old bookmark for your site and what a wonderful surprise to see you'll be updating it again!

FALIA REVIEWS: said...

Jim - I'm glad you still checked your old bookmark. I'll be on here a lot more

Peter Duffy said...

Whoa Falia don't tease, ;o) more updates sounds great. Love your reviews, I could watch you review a tin of beans! but prefer guns and stuff. More please

FALIA REVIEWS: said...

Don't worry, Peter - I'm back! lol

Peter Duffy said...

I would love to see you make and review one of those little penny stove things. You go into enough detail that I'm sure people like me could follow and make our own alcohol stoves, I know you probably have a huge load of ideas, but if you could keep it in mind that would be great.

FALIA REVIEWS: said...

Peter - I used the original style of Heineken can (sadly they no longer make it like this), but this is the website where I found the instructions - http://www.jureystudio.com/pennystove/