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Gear Review: The Otanashi Noh Ken Knife, By James Williams

Sun, 10 Feb 2013 05:42:47 +0000

This is cool. I am a big fan of the knives that James Williams has designed and my daily carry both CONUS and OCONUS is his Hissatsu folder. But the Otanashi noh Ken knife looks like an excellent upgrade. The big differences is that this knife is slightly longer, the body is thinner, the clip […]

Military News: A Soldier’s Load Or A Soldier’s Anchor?

Thu, 11 Oct 2012 18:26:19 +0000

Average Paratrooper 72hr kit is 103.69lbs. Paratroopers are carrying 55% of their body weight. The recommended fighting load for a conditioned soldier should not exceed 48lbs and the approach march load should not exceed 72lbs (FM 21T18) A big hat tip to Tom Ricks at FP’s Best Defense blog for finding this. After reading through […]

Gear Review: The Surefire P2X Fury–The 500 Lumen Compact Flashlight!

Tue, 12 Jun 2012 09:21:11 +0000

Now this is an awesome little light or should I say ‘spot light’. lol At first I couldn’t believe the thing could actually put out 500 lumens worth of light, but it does. What is also nice is that you can switch it to the 15 lumens setting to extend the life of your batteries. […]

Gear Review: The Safariland ALS Holster

Mon, 02 Apr 2012 23:21:22 +0000

I had a chance to pick up one of these holsters and I was very happy with it. Personally, I was looking for a concealable holster that had some type of retention. Safariland makes a great product and I figured I would check out their ALS Holster. I did not want to use a SERPA […]

Cool Stuff: idIRt By Cyalume–An IR Tracking Tag That Looks Like Dirt, Sand And Concrete

Fri, 30 Sep 2011 02:07:03 +0000

Hat tip to Soldier Systems for this one. Police Mag did a story on this stuff as well. I like it, and simple little tricks like this could really give you an edge out there. Especially if you are wanting to track movements through specific areas of your AO, or track someone to see where […]