The AR-15. AK-47. M1A. Glock 17. SIG Sauer P226. Colt 1911. S&W M&P. CZ-75. Beretta 92. Ruger 10/22. H&K MP5. Walther P22. All of these
Being a restless survivalist, I find the endless pursuit of the best single knife to be both a noble one and and endless one. Or so I thought. The Fällkniven A1 Pro may have brought an end to my quest for the perfect
Fresh off watching Mad Max Fury Road for the second time, I am almost ready to drop some cash on airfare and tickets to attend the increasingly popular Wasteland Weekend. For someone like me, a publisher of post-apocalyptic fiction and
Up until recently, the quiet corner of outdoor activity known as bushcraft was a niche market for those who make knives and other wilderness survival equipment targeting extreme survivalists. But when Benchmade and Spyderco launched their own
Once Upon A Time….You know, I’ll be honest here. If you have never used an armorer’s tool to work on an AR variant rifle, I almost hate to endorse the Magpul Armorer’s Wrench as your first tool because you will never know just how bad
A dog is a man’s best friend, and his knife is a close second. With that said, I am often surprised when price is used as the limiting criteria of a new blade. What would you think if someone called a breeder and said what’s the best dog I can get for under $30?
I was lucky growing up as a kid in rural farmland country of Southeast Missouri. I was raised in a two business family. My father ran a flying crop dusting business, owned several planes and lots of mechanical equipment.
If you’re like me, you’re probably knife poor. I like knives and all kinds of blades, but sometimes they don’t like me. I have a tendency to get cut. Imagine that.Among all the survival tools we could amass, I highly suspect that knives
Having a remote SHTF Bug-Out camp equipped without an axe would be about as silly as trying to drive a car with only three wheels mounted on it. Something in the accomplishment of the tasks at hand would come up short. Now of course there
Let’s cut to the chase. The point of an everyday carry (EDC) knife is to always have a sharp blade just a pocket away (sorry for the triple pun). And with apologies to restrictive jurisdictions, the choice of an EDC knife is wide open and up the