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Whoa whoa whoa… where did Precision Shooter go?

While it would be easy to say that rebrand was a result of the tragic events in recent history, it was actually...

Changes in the Semi-Automatic Classification System

I have been quiet since Friday, and for good reason, but let's try and clear up some of the confusion about today's firearms law announcement.

The Swarovski dS – Scope, rangefinder, ballistic solver.

It's the pinnacle (price wise at least) of 'smart' optics. But does the price of the Swarovski dS really equate to value? Like many things premium, it's a yes, no, yes, kinda answer.

Matching twist rate and bullet weight in rifles.

The are many benefits to understanding and matching the twist rate of your barrel with the projectile weight you are using. Primarily, accuracy.

The Stage 1 is for sale. Again.

So, I finally blew it up. The engine in the Stage 1 now has a fairly large hole in it.

Stop the Bleed. Prac Med’s IFAS Kit first look

So, should you, are someone near you have a major issue with losing a LOT of blood, do you have the resources on you to stop it?

The rule of three – Survival Priorities

While it's important to have the proper equipment on you when the need arises, it's even more important to know how this equipment fits within the Survival Priorities that arise in a survival situation.

Compass Options For Tramping

While it is very easy to just think that a GPS can replace a compass for many outdoor adventures, there are still some very valid reasons to carry a map and compass.

Bushcraft Essentials

It's really easy to load yourself up to the point where you struggle to lift the pack anymore. But what are the Bushcraft Essentials, what do you really need as a bare minimum?

SOS Survival Training Overnight Course

It's nice to know, that IF something should go wrong in the great outdoors (and there is plenty that can) - I have the survival training to be able to make do with what is presented to me.

I.F.A.K. Comparison Overview

A comparison between two I.F.A.K pouches: the Maxpedition F.I.G.H.T. Medical Pouch and the Condor MA41 Rip-Away EMT Pouch.

2nd Line Carried Kit – Ribz Front Pack

While the 1st Line is the bare necessities on your person in pockets as part of your EDC, the 2nd Line is the equipment that you want to be carrying with you nearly all the time. I carry mine in a Ribz Chest Pack.
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