Posted on 25 February 2014
Under Armour has been pushing fabric technology for some time now, and the UA innovations have implications for law enforcement like they do for any other outdoors activity. Here let’s take a look at three problems that Under Armour has solved for us, one through design and two with innovative fabric technologies.
Posted on 15 February 2014
Well, Impeltronics has a solution and although I thought it was quite gimmicky at first, I’ve found it to be pretty handy: a magnetic telescoping LED flashlight.
Posted on 13 February 2014
Then, having fired a total of three rounds per target in this fashion, we went back out to take a look. Although one group was centered 1.5” off the center of the target (400 yard line target), all of the groups were still less than 1 MOA and within that 1.5” of center.
Posted on 11 February 2014
That recognition though – the popularity of the MP5 – is one of the things that makes the GSG MP-22 such a desired weapon. Being chambered in the cost-effective .22lr makes it all the more desirable.
Posted on 14 January 2014
Given that the Government Model 1911 .45ACP pistol celebrated its 100th birthday on March 29th last year I found myself looking back across my “firearms career” at the .45s I’ve owned or experienced.
Posted on 08 January 2014
It’s okay if you haven’t received any training because there are only about a gazillion survival kits available for sale through a boatload of catalogue and online companies. But which one do you need? This isn’t a review of which ones are best, but instead a look at what items such a “kit” should contain.
Posted on 31 December 2013
There I was, slowly but steadily striding through the chest high grass that was so thick I couldn’t even see my feet. It was dusk and in my left hand I had my flashlight, sweeping the beam back and forth as I tried to find an easier path through the brush. In my right hand was my Buck Hoodlum, its 10″ blade serving to cut the tops off of even taller grass and ready in case I ran into any unfriendly creepy-crawlies.
Posted on 20 December 2013
The biggest differences are intent of use and notification lead time. With that in mind, and since it’s about that time to update information about my bugout bag, I felt this would be a worthwhile article to write.
Posted on 17 December 2013
In a pretty small package measuring 6″ x 5.5″ x 1″, Adventure Medical Kits (AMK) packs quite a few items.
Posted on 26 November 2013
In field testing the pack performed as expected. I used the pack under miscellaneous circumstances covering everything from a single overnight trip (which saw the pack used as my airline carry-on) to my “grab bag” at a convention. I haven’t had opportunity to take it out on a hike but carrying/wearing a pack is the same whether you’re climbing a hillside or multiple sets of stairs.