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Schrade SCAXE2L Survival Axe Reviewed

Posted on Sep 16, 2014

The first axe that I’m going to be reviewing for LetsTalkSurvival is Schrade’s Survival Axe – SCAXE2L. At nearly 15.7 inches long, it would be considered a large hand axe, so it can be used with either one or two -hands. Read on to see how the SCAXE2L stood up to the challenge…

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Schrade SCHKM1 Large Kukri Machete Reviewed

Posted on Aug 4, 2014

When you are researching survival options, most look to products that can perform in a multitude of situations. Single-purpose products simply won’t cut it, and bladed tools are no different. So basically we need to find a tool that can perform basic bushwhacking and bushcraft tasks under any survival situation and eliminate the need to carry a separate hatchet, knife and machete. Today, we’ll be looking to see how Schrade’s full-tang, large Kukri Machete stands up to the challenge…

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Unique-ARs Free Float Hand Guard Reviewed

Posted on Jul 28, 2014

I first saw Unique-ARs hand guards at one of my local gun shops and I immediately had to play around with one. Plastic and composite hand guards have never really appealed to me and I’ve always hated the feel of the quad-rail guards. But, I do like the round-tube styles out there. I’ve seen plenty with various patterns cut into them, but never quite like these…

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Schrade SCHF10 Drop-Point Fixed Blade Knife Review...

Posted on Jul 10, 2014

In my relentless hunt to find the perfect survival knife that can handle everything from bushwhacking to fine bushcraft techniques, I decided to give Schrade’s Drop-Point Full Tang Fixed Blade Knife a shot as a low-cost alternative. I was pretty impressed with Schrade’s SCHF9 quality and durability for its small price tag so I thought I’d give its little brother a try. Read on to see how Schrade’s SCHF10 stood up to the challenge.

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S&W Extraction and Evasion Tomahawk Reviewed

Posted on Jun 23, 2014

I stumbled across Smith and Wesson’s SW671 Extraction and Evasion Tomahawk one day when I was looking for a good tomahawk… I am always searching for anything related to prepping for survival and the movie Patriot happened to be on the tube. While I was watching, I made the realization of how versatile a good tomahawk would be in a survival situation. After sifting through hundreds of reviews, I decided I wanted something virtually indestructible so had to try out Smith and Wesson’s SW671 for myself. Read on to see how it fared…

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United Cutlery M48 Tactical Survival Shovel Review...

Posted on Apr 9, 2014

By now I’m pretty sure that just about everyone who has recently considered buying a tactical shovel has seen the UC2979 M48 Kommando Survival Shovel from United Cutlery. It is certainly is mean looking and the stats on it are impressive enough. But is it worthy of that coveted spot in your pack? Read on to see how well it fares…

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Voodoo Tactical Crossfire Glove Reviewed

Posted on Mar 23, 2014

In this article, I will be reviewing Voodoo Tactical’s Crossfire Gloves. Whether you are running through tactical drills or just stacking firewood, everyone needs a good pair of gloves for protection. I ran across these Voodoo Tactical gloves on Amazon and liked what I saw. They had a fairly high rating and decent comments so I thought I would give them a try. Read on for more…

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Schrade SCHF9 Extreme Survival Knife Reviewed

Posted on Feb 16, 2014

I was hoping to find a fixed-blade tough enough to handle anything from heavy bushwhacking to fine bushcraft techniques like shaping supports for a shelter, making a feather stick or batoning some logs into kindling. Lately, I’ve been hearing a lot about Schrade’s SCHF9 Extreme Survival Knife so I thought I’d give it a try. Let’s see how Schrade’s SCHF9 Extreme Survival Knife will stand up to the challenge…

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YogaRat SportLite RatTowels Reviewed

Posted on Jan 30, 2014

The Official Towel of the Los Angeles County Lifeguard Association, these thin, featherweight towels are made from super-absorbent microfiber that’s impossibly soft to the touch yet extremely durable and fast drying.

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Nebo 5519 CSI Edge Tactical Flashlight Reviewed

Posted on Jan 29, 2014

Nebo’s CSI Edge 50 is a high-intensity, tactical flashlight that can fit inside the palm of your hand. Keep it constantly within reach with the steel clip, or hook it on something as a hands-free cap light. Illuminates up to a distance of 45 meters.

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Hoppes BoreSnake Viper Reviewed

Posted on Jul 17, 2013

Instead of a single piece of fabric or patch material a few inches squared, the BoreSnake Viper is a long, slender length of fibrous material that by design provides a constant cleaning action as it is pulled through the firearm’s barrel. The BoreSnake Viper consists of three cleaning brushes and hundreds of times more floss than a standard cleaning patch, effectively scrubbing the bore clean.

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Break-Free CLP Reviewed

Posted on Jul 4, 2013

Break-Free CLP is a synthetic based lubricant fortified with PTFE specially formulated to meet or exceed the US Military’s PD-48 challenge. They needed a single, multi-purpose product to clean and maintain their weaponry. As a result, Break-Free CLP was born.

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Nebo 5557, 5581, 5599 Redline Tactical Flashlight ...

Posted on Jun 30, 2013

The Nebo 5581 Redline Tactical Flashlight is a high-output flashlight capable of emitting 220 lumens with an MSRP of only $34.99. However, you can usually find it for less than $30 online. Model numbers 5557, 5581 and 5599 are exactly the same product, only the packaging is different.

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Nebo 5620 Redline Select Flashlight Reviewed

Posted on Jun 30, 2013

The Nebo 5620 Redline Select Flashlight is a high-output flashlight capable of emitting a blinding 310 lumens with an MSRP of only $49.99. However, with a little digging, you can usually find it for less than $40. With most 200+ lumen flashlights costing upwards of $80, this flashlight is very affordable alternative.

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Tuff Deluxe Range Bag Reviewed

Posted on Jun 29, 2013

The Tuff Deluxe Range Bag is made from high quality double layer 1680 ballistic nylon making the bag extremely durable and easy to clean. It is very well made, complete with YKK zippers that are built to handle most anything you can throw at it. Even the extreme weight, over-stuffing and overall heavy use that any good range bag should be able to handle. And better yet, it’s made right here in the USA.

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Rossi .22LR/.22 Magnum Circuit Judge Reviewed

Posted on Jun 18, 2013

What first drew my attention to Rossi’s Circuit Judge surely was it’s unique look. The idea of a 9-shot .22LR/.22 Magnum revolver with an 18.5″ barrel mounted to a rifle stock is pretty amazing and draws a lot of attention from everyone that catches a glimpse of it. If you appreciate long guns, it is a sight to behold.

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How to find affordable ammo…

Posted on May 24, 2013

Have you ever experienced walking into your local gun shop or sporting goods store and seeing the barren shelves? Worse yet, you want to go hunting or shooting, and you are completely out. The current ammo shortage has effected shooters around the country. Everything from .22 to .50 caliber have become difficult to acquire. Some more than others. Even reloading supplies like powder and primers have been difficult to find.

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