About a month ago Chad Cooper, the owner of Infidel Armor, sent me some of their body armor for testing. I was finally able to get outside and test it this past week so I wanted to share with you some of my thoughts and experiences.
A few weeks ago (at the suggestion of one of my readers) I picked up a fairly new product being marketed to outdoorsmen called a “Ribz Front Pack”. For those new to front packs, they are basically the opposite of a backpack in that you wear it up front.Ribz
In this article, I’ll be taking you step by step through the process of making your own Kydex holster (an outside-the-waistband model).
Wiggy’s, who manufacturers some of the best sleeping bags and outdoor gear in the industry, is currently having a 30%-off sale on all their sleeping bags.
Ever want to learn how to make your own custom kydex products? Here’s how… For you Kydex newbies, Kydex is basically an acrylic/PVC thermoplastic sheet that is frequently used as an alternative to leather in the production of firearm holsters and sheaths for knives.
The benefits of Kydex are that it is lightweight, thin, durable, and provides excellent retention for whatever application you use it for — be it sheaths, mag pouches, flashlights, or holsters.
When I was at the SHOT Show this past month, one of the booths that caught my eye was the LOKSAK booth. LOKSAK manufactures “the only resealable and completely waterproof, dust proof and humidity proof storage bags on the consumer market”.
In case you haven’t read/seen my past review of the Stovetec rocket stove a rocket stove is a highly efficient wood-burning cooking stove that requires very little wood to boil water or cook an entire meal. Due to its design that allows for complete combustion, with just a few twigs and sticks you can maintain [...]
For those of you with some extra money lying around I wanted to introduce you to an interesting shelter my brother told me about. It’s called the Concrete Canvas Shelter. It is a rapid deployable shelter that takes under an hour to set up and is ready for use in under 24 hours. They are made [...]
After writing the post on How to Make a Slatts Rescue Belt, I’ve had a number of requests come in for instructions on how to start the Slatt’s Rescue Belt knot on a belt buckle. So I thought I’d take some time in this post to explain/show how that’s done. Since it’s kind of difficult to [...]