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Benchmade HUNT

It looks like Benchmade is coming out with a new line of knives called HUNT, to be debuted at SHOT Show 2014 (coming up here in a couple weeks). Stay tuned for details, and check out the teaser below.

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Glock 42 Leaked?

In the past few weeks the forums and gun blogs have been buzzing with talk of two new Glock pistols to be announced next month (January), presumably at SHOT Show: the Glock 41 and 42. It looks like we now know what the Glock 42 is thanks to leaked images – a single-stack .380.

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Christmas Safety Tips

While everyone is cruising around crowded malls and parking lots, with thoughts of a White Christmas and sugar plum fairies dancing around in their heads, many seem to forget one thing…SAFETY. Most people throw caution to the wind during the holidays, and figure that everyone has good intentions due to holiday cheer, but it’s important […]

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Drone Survival Guide

Yesterday on SPLOID, the Gizmodo spin-off blog, they reported on a different kind of survival guide – a drone survival guide (DSG). When I first saw the DSG, I wasn’t sure how I felt about it, but after giving it some thought I decided it was worth passing along. 

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UF PRO P-40 Classic Pants

UF PRO is a Slovenian company that makes clothing primarily for military and police markets, and seems to be not very well-known here in the US. This is unfortunate because UF PRO makes some really good apparel. UF PRO gear is mostly “tactical” in design, and the P-40 Classic pants reviewed here are no exception. For several months […]

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The Truth About the Arapahoe High School Shooting

This is too good to not share. Whether you love Glenn Beck or hate him, his assessment of the recent shooting at Arapahoe High School in Colorado is spot on. If you want to know why the media all but completely dropped coverage of this event, here you go. The media doesn’t even try to hide […]

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Fundamentals of Low Light Part 1

Of all the techniques that I would consider the most critical, low-light training is perhaps the most neglected.  The main reason for this is usually lack of a range which will facilitate low-light live fire and the general prohibitive cost for those on a budget to attend a low-light specific course.  Because of these factors, […]

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