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How Steel Shot Is Slicker Than Ever Before

The technology going into steel shot designed for waterfowl has come a long way since it was first mandated in the late ‘80s. The post How Steel Shot Is Slicker Than Ever Before appeared...

How Steel Shot Is Slicker Than Ever Before

The technology going into steel shot designed for waterfowl has come a long way since it was first mandated in the late ‘80s. The post How Steel Shot Is Slicker Than Ever Before appeared...

Matador – Freerain24 2.0

The Freerain24 2.0 weighs just 6.6 oz, yet has a capacity of 24 liters. It’s made from ripstop Cordura fabric and features a Hypalon roll top main compartment as well as an external zippered...

A Video Breakdown of the Honey Badger by Q

The Honey Badger is one of those few firearms that ascends above popular status and (for many) attains that highest level: iconic. It helped to redefine what a personal-defense weapon (PDW) should do, and...

Exclusive: Lipsey’s Lightweight .327 Seven-Shooter

By Tank Hoover Lipsey’s released the all-stainless steel single-seven in 2014, chambered for the powerful .327 Federal, the mightiest of the .32-caliber world. The seven-holed cylinder is actually stronger than its six-shot sibling, as...

Kuhl Base Layers

Kuhl has become extremely popular for off duty wear, but did you know they offer base layers. Take for instance the Akkomplice Hoody. It features 3D patterning to fit the body’s contours and is...

A Dangerous IDF Special Forces Mission Goes Awry

Opinion: The news wasn’t good for the Israeli Defense Forces earlier this week. One of their elite Special Forces units conducting an intelligence operation in Gaza across the border was compromised. In the ensuing...

Photo of the Day: Half Face Blades Tomahawk

Cue the song Lowrider by War… and Mathew McConaughey’s voice “Say man, you got a tomahawk?”…”Uhh no not on me, man”…”Well, it’d be a lot cooler if you diddddd”. Tomahawks man, tomahawks… What is...

Review: Alpha One Niner RECON THREE Backpack

Way back in 2013, I started using a backpack called the Penumbra from SERT. It was the best EDC/office/travel backpack I had used up until that point and it continues to serve me well....

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