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Fishing has never been a static sport. By that I mean we have sure come a long way baby from the ubiquitous cane pole, some kite string, and a hook. Forget digging some worms alongside the creek bed or trying to catch some minnows in a bucket. Everything from rods, reels, fishing line, artificial Read More…

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New York’s Genelle Guzman believed she was going to die. Trapped for over 24 hours after surviving the collapse of Tower Two of the World Trade Center (WTC) following the Sept. 11 terrorist-hijacked airplane attack, Guzman, then age 32, was engulfed in darkness and she could hear no noise of Read More…

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Being able to quickly bring a handgun to bear during a Bug Out could be life saving. Part of this capability means finding and using a good holster for gun security and carry. Many options are available, some better suited to a Bug Out than others. Let’s take a look. For a measure of Read More…

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When I was a kid I got a Buck 110 from an uncle. It was a gift and I didn’t really have any experience with knives. But after handling it, even as an 8 year old, I wasn’t terribly impressed. The knife was big, heavy, hard to use, and sharp in all the wrong places.[.....]

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Spyderco’s releases over the past few years, basically since they finished the “Tenacious line” of value folders, has focused on the high end of the production folder market. The number of new knives under $100 has diminished each year. And some of those knives, like the Spyderco Read More…

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People love sequels, but companies love them more. From a profit perspective, sequels are 100% no-brainers–haul out the old thing, move some stuff around, and release it. It’s why there are approximately 203 special editions of sports cars. Corvettes, Ferraris, and Bugattis all come in Read More…