Why You Need a Good Knife

posted in: Hunting, Reviews | 0

Out of all the pieces of gear one could have there is nothing more versatile or more important than having a sturdy knife.  Knives have been one of mankind go to tools since the first caveman sharpened a knife thousands of years ago.  This is something that even today, with all the technology and advanced equipment there is, you should also always carry a sturdy knife as hunter or outdoorsman. Knives come in all different sizes from small compact multi-tools … Read More

Mossy Oak vs. Realtree Camouflage

posted in: Hunting, Reviews | 0

Mossy Oak and Realtree are two of the biggest camouflage companies currently on the market, and distinguishing which is the best for you can get pretty difficult. The truth is that it takes more than just a quick recommendation to come to a usable conclusion. If you’ve been wondering which of these companies makes the best companion pieces for your hunt, then you’re in luck as we compare and contrast some of their more famous patterns and the uses for … Read More

A Primer on Tactical Pens

posted in: Reviews | 0

Tactical pens have recently hit the market, especially since more and more urban areas are making it pretty much impossible to carry a weapon for self-defense. There’s a lot to be recommended when it comes to these devices, but there’s no real standardized definition. A good one should function as a decent improvised stabbing weapon, but from there they’ve naturally exploded until there are even knock-offs which end up basically being a multi-tool in pen form. There’s a lot to … Read More

Super Quick Clean Guns Solution: A Review

posted in: Reviews | 1

Cleaning and maintenance of a firearm are critical in every sport that involves a firearm.  Whether you are braving the frigid temperatures for duck hunting or spending your Saturdays punching paper targets, making sure your gun is clean is important. The past few weeks I have been traveling along the east coast following the migration of ducks down from Canada into Maryland, and now I find myself in Northern Virginia. Along the way, I have shot hundreds of rounds through … Read More