My field notes on the CamelBak Antidote Reservoir: it’s a dependable and functional hydration bladder that I find to be perfect for a hunting pack.
Building a team, basic preparations, elementary readiness mindset, pistol skills, hand to hand fighting skills, physical fitness, weapon selection, hardening defenses, and even bugging out are some of the skills and tactics needed for urban survival and covered in Clay Martin’s Concrete Jungle book.
Another review for equipment in my deer hunting load out. This time I’m covering the BOG DeathGrip Tripod which I’ve found to be a solid tripod that provides superb assistance in stabilizing the hunting rifle.
Even yet another review for equipment in my deer hunting load out. This time I’m covering the Kershaw Ultra-Tek blade sharpener which I find to be an excellent inexpensive choice for a lightweight and compact field sharpener.
Yet another review for equipment in my deer hunting load out. This time I’m covering the Leatherman MUT which I find to be an expensive (arguably overpriced), but excellent multitool with some seldom used specialized tools.
Interested in reading a good dystopian novel that breaks the mold of the dystopian genre? If so, then I suggest keeping an eye out for New America: Awakenings by Tyler Davis.
Another review for equipment in my deer hunting load out. This time I’m covering the Esee 6 which I find to be an excellent choice for a large general purpose survival or camp knife.
Looking for a quality small and light portable bit driver set? Might want to check out the Wheeler Multi-Driver Tool Pen.
While I am new to using suppressors, I am currently of the opinion that silencers are a game changer in terms of improving the overall shooting experience and I am excited to share my first impressions of the SilencerCo Harvester 300.
My thoughts on the Trijicon AccuPoint 5-20×50 rifle scope? Love the glass, tactile turrets, always illuminated aiming point, and price point. Few things it could do better. Read on for details.