I’ve worked the better part of the last two decades in law enforcement. One of the worst parts of it has always been hearing about cops killed in the line of duty. We have studied the details of officer deaths with the interest of never repeating them since the...
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Cheap and eas is how we like our AR 15 mods. Check out these inexpensive AR 15 upgrades of the DIY variety.
The ZT 0920 folding knife designed by Les George checks every box. Badass custom designer, top tier materials, smooth action, and a little bit of Bling tastefully done.
Bush says this fixed blade knife with a ring handle that hits the mark. Read his review of the Ahab-X and check out DSA’s special offer for BBC readers!
The Privateer Leather holster for my .44 Spl is simply the best holster I’ve ever had. Finish is amazing, and fit is so good — this is my new holster guy.
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I’ve spent a lot of time sitting in unmarked cars watching people and places. With the long hours in Surveillance Vehicles (SVs), I’ve learned there are some unwritten rules…well unwritten until now. So here you go…my Ten, make that ELEVEN Commandments for Surveillance from a Vehicle.
Ryan Johnson and the RMJ Tactical crew have breathed new life into American Tomahawk Company. Here’s the Model 1, a tactical tomahawk with modern features.
He calls it the “Nath Po-Boy Special.” This is Jake Bush’s Lazarus Project knife. It began as a Benchmade 970SBT, and was broken, but Nathawut Petchkong brought it back!
A Persian styled blade with a nearly straight spine for thrusting and featuring Emerson’s patented “wave-like feature” it’s akin to having a 38 in your pocket. The Hattin came out as a signature series and quickly became a hit in the cutlery circles.
Me and My Patrol Rifle, Part 2 Jacob Bush You can find Part 1 here. Part 2...the Zero The most important part of training with a rifle is getting a proper zero. I mean zero, not three or two or one. ZERO. Dead nuts on. A zero is the act of matching the point of aim as...