2020 has limited my opportunities to try out and write about new firearm experiences, so instead I’m writing about firearms I’ve tried in the past and haven’t written about. Here is a bit about the Daniel Defense DD5 V1 (an AR-10).
The Gerber Vital Pack Saw is a really small and extremely light bone saw that I keep in my hunting pack to assist with some medium game quartering tasks in the event loppers aren’t available.
Hog hunting with an AR-platform rifle makes a lot of sense to a lot of folks, including me. This begs the question, what common AR-platform cartridge is suited to the task? 5.56 NATO, .300 Blackout, or .308 Winchester?
Want a deeper look at my go to hunting day pack, the 5.11 Tactical RUSH 12 Backpack? Well, then come read my opinions on it and see how I organize it.
Not all magazine pouches are created equal. There are a lot of good ones and bad ones out there, but I’m really digging Esstac’s magazine pouches which I’ve recently got my hands on.
It’s time to add up to $25 worth of goodness to the budget survival kit. This month I’m suggesting a few options for some basic combustion options that will assist fire starting activities.
First aid preparedness is serious business. I’m talking about being ready to deal with a serious injury or life threatening trauma. The Solatac PTK is a great first line response kit. Also, there is a give-a-way for readers.
Figured I’d share my layman’s approach to conducting threat assessments since I recently reassessed threats given all the 2020 craziness. Glad I did this exercise as it seems threat exposure has definitely shifted.
Flashlights, I think, are an important tool. As such, I carry a Streamlight ProTac 2L in my pocket every single day and use it lightly on a daily basis.
Since I’ve started reviewing the gear I use for hunting I figured I’d tell y’all about the pants I wear when I hunt. Now hunting wear is something I know very little about so read this review of the 5.11 Multicam TDU pants at your own peril.