Citizen watch company was founded in 1930. Over the years, they’ve introduced various new and exciting timepieces. In 1995, they introduced the Eco-Drive, which uses electrical power converted from any light source, eliminating the need for replaceable batteries in...
Produced in 1964, The Ruger 10/22 Magazine is inspected by Jim Davis who gives his thoughts on the 10/22 mag used in .22 rifles.
The HR-1 from Hard Ready is a fixed blade knife intended for “fighting.” Here’s how it stacks up from the perspective of a corrections officer.
This’ll get you thinking about making use of what’s available to you in whatever environment you’re in, should you need improvised weapons.
“Don’t bring a knife to a gunfight.” Each time I hear it, I chuckle and shake my head, then say to myself, they have absolutely no idea.
The Spyderco Para 3 offers a small, light cutting tool that is extremely comfortable to hold and very effective. All in a small enough package that you won’t really notice you’re carrying until you need it. And it does it affordably!
Should you run out and trade your 43 on a 43X? I did. That doesn’t mean you have to, though. The Glock 43X is and will remain, my choice of the two.
Pitbull Tactical Universal Mag Carriers are extremely light, weighing next to nothing. Designed to accommodate single and double stack magazines from 9mm to .45 ACP, they perform as advertised. I will be using these for a long time to come.
People are depending on these pieces of gear with their lives, and to me, that seems to be a disservice to those buying these products. I absolutely would not trust my life to one of these lights, there are far better products out there to choose from. Caveat Emptor.
This tomahawk would be the perfect addition to a backpack for a trip into the woods. It’s a tool that will provide shelter and wood for a fire, as well as protection. One strike from a CRKT Kangee Woods T-Hawk would be devastating. I can’t think of a scarier close-quarters edged weapon.