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SAS Survival Handbook Reviewed

Posted on Aug 17, 2015

The SAS Survival Handbook is the definitive survivalists textbook for demonstrating the art of wilderness survival… And one of the most important survival guides in my library covering everything that you might need to know from building a fire, first aid and wild edibles to dealing with climate, navigation and personal shelters. Read on and enjoy…

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ALTAI MFM100-S Military Boot Reviewed

Posted on Jul 12, 2015

I received a pair of ALTAI’s new waterproof MFM100-S 6″ Military Boots a little over a month ago and have been wearing them off and on ever since. To date, I’ve been able to put a little over 25 miles on them which I felt was just enough time to form a reasonable opinion of them. Read on for more about them…

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C.A.T. M-4 and CAT-762 Tool Reviewed

Posted on Jul 5, 2015

Anyone who has ever had to deal with that inevitable carbon buildup on the bolt carrier group in an AR-15 or AR-10 certainly understands just how tedious that process can be. Especially if you don’t clean them regularly. However, there are a few tools out there designed specifically to help with that chore. Today, I’ll be looking at the C.A.T. M-4 tool and CAT-762 tool from CAT Outdoors to see how well they work. Read on for more…

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Caldwell DeadShot FieldPod Reviewed

Posted on Jun 29, 2015

Since the invention of the firearm, people have been looking for new and innovative ways to effectively increase its range and accuracy by stabilizing the weapon with sticks, bipods and even benchrests. However, there are not many portable, hands-free rest options available to hunters and firearm enthusiasts stable enough for use in the field. Caldwell has engineered a lightweight, portable rest that is easy-to-use, with near benchrest accuracy called the DeadShot FieldPod. Read on for more information…

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Sticky Holster Reviewed

Posted on Jun 22, 2015

There are nearly as many different holsters and holster options out there as as there are opinions about them. Especially when it comes to concealed carry. Clips, no clips, fitted, unfitted, IWB (inside waistband), OWB (outside waistband), and the list goes on. The Sticky Holster is an ambidextrous IWB and pocket holster that utilizes compression to secure the holster in place. Read on for more…

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5.11 Tactical Covrt 18 Backpack Reviewed

Posted on Feb 26, 2015

I’ve been looking for a good Every Day Carry (EDC) bag for some time now, and I think I’ve checked out just about every sling-pack, messenger bag and murse around. Lately I’ve heard a lot of good things about 5.11 Tactical’s Covrt 18 Backpack so I thought I’d give one a closer look. Read on to see how it stands up to the challenge…

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Schrade SCHBOLO Machete Reviewed

Posted on Feb 12, 2015

What primary blade would you pack in your bag for performing heavier tasks like trailblazing, building a shelter, or basic bushcrafting? A large survival knife, a small hand axe, or a machete? Since no one tool can be the best at everything, what feature or function is most important to you? Today, I’ll be checking out Schrade’s SCHBOLO Machete. Lets see how well it stands up to the task at hand…

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Wicked Tough Handsaw Reviewed

Posted on Feb 6, 2015

When it comes to bugging-out or trekking around the country, what you pack coupled with the size and weight of your gear can have quite an impact on the level of your success. While we attempt to pack the lightest kitchen sink that we can find, we must be confident that the gear we choose will be able get the job done. Today, we’ll be reviewing the Wicked Tough Hand Saw from Wicked Tree Gear. Lets see just how wicked it is…

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TivaWater Home Water Filter 2.0 Reviewed

Posted on Jan 31, 2015

One of the most important considerations when bugging-in is drinking water. What will you do when your water store runs dry? Water filtration is the only viable solution to this problem. However, there are literally hundreds of filters on the market. Some practical, and some not so much. Enter TivaWater. Today we’ll be looking at TivaWater’s Home Water Filter 2.0. Read on to see how well it fared…

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Solo Stove Reviewed

Posted on Jan 27, 2015

Any good SHTF plan should include a way to cook and purify water without gas or electricity. Additionally, that plan should maintain an emphasis on mobility. I’ve looked at many stove systems lately that utilize a variety of fuels. Today I’ll be looking at the Solo Stove, a compact packable, and environmentally friendly wood burning stove. Read on for more…

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Alpen Sport 8×25 Waterproof Monocular Reviewe...

Posted on Jan 22, 2015

Optics… Everyone should have some at home, the car, EDC and bug-out bag. Whether you are trekking down an off-beaten path or dealing with a bug-out situation, it is a huge tactical advantage to be able to have a view from afar. While some prefer binoculars, I prefer the compact size and light-weight of a monocular. In this article, we’ll be taking a look at Alpen’s Sport 8×25 waterproof monocular. Read on to see how it fared…

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TOAKS Titanium Pot with Pan Reviewed

Posted on Jan 19, 2015

A couple of weeks ago I reviewed the TOAKS Ultralight Titanium Cook System which only comes with a 550ml pot. With my large family, I felt that I needed something bigger for those times when they are with me. But whatever I picked up, it still needed to be light enough to pack. I was happy with the quality of the TOAKS 550ml pot so I thought that I would check out their larger cookware. Read on to see how they fared…

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Ruger 8301 American Rimfire 22LR Reviewed

Posted on Nov 30, 2014

For some time I’ve been wanting a bolt-action .22LR for plinking and basic target practice. Especially with all of the cheap ammo out there. Much of it burns so dirty that it can be troublesome for most semi-automatics, but not with bolt or lever -actions. Not to mention the fact that they generally slow down the rate of fire which can increase accuracy and save money on ammo at the same time. Now let’s see how Ruger’s 8301 test drive went…

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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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Milwaukee 2411-22 M12 12-Volt 3/8-Inch Hammer Dril...

Posted on Aug 11, 2012

The M12 Cordless 3/8″ Hammer Drill Driver is the industry’s first sub-compact hammer drill driver. At only 7-5/8″ long and 2.8 lbs, it is the lightest and most compact hammer drill driver on the market, making it ideal for contractors, maintenance technicians, and remodelers desiring maximum portability with the performance to get the job done.

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