Olight M18 Maverick Review
Flashlights have been around a long time, and have made incredible leaps in capability. While we're not yielding torches of pitchwood and tar around in the woods anymore, sometimes it seems that way with the massive, three pound D-cell flashlights some folks still cling to. In this review, Woods Monkey takes a look at the Olight M18 Maverick, a powerful, pocketable light destined to put those other torches away for good.
Henry Arms AR7 US Survival Rifle, Caliber .22LR: A Long Term Use Report
In December, 2009, I bought my first Jeep Wrangler. I’d wanted one since I was a kid and I was determined to stock it with excellent quality gear suitable for our regular camping trips and, if necessary, suitable for a bugout. I was fairly determined to find a US M1 carbine to carry in the Jeep, but, alas, I was unable to find a decent sample with all matching serial numbers that could be had within my budget.
Boker Plus Bushcraft
"Presentation is everything." At least that's what I've heard from time to time regarding food preparation. Just like the witty quip that it is, it sounds good until you get a pretty plate of something that doesn't quite satisfy your palate or appease your grumbling innards, and when your element happens to be in the elements, presentation takes a back seat to function regardless of whether it's food, clothing or tools. Presentation, especially if not a direct consequence of functionality, belongs at wedding receptions and on knick-knack shelves because it's dead weight in the wild.
Canteen Shop / Pathfinder School Canteen Kit Review
I spent my youth watching the likes of “Combat” and the “Rat Patrol” on television. Watching those programs, I acquired a deep fondness for military style gear. When I joined the Scouts, my first gear items were all hand-me-down pieces of military gear and items made for me by family. One such piece of gear was a WWII era canteen and old canvas canteen cover with the US label. In my later years, I spent a lot of time wishing I still had that set and wondering whatever happened to it. Until now.
Lifeproof iPhone and iPad Cases
Taking your technology with you on a campout or hiking adventure is something that you can’t always avoid. While I like to unplug once in a while, I also have a hard time giving up my cell phone since I use it for GPS, hike/bike tracking, photos and a variety of other things. The bad news is that I’m pretty rough on my phones. I’ve had cell phones for more than 25 years and have had countless drops, spills, cracks just at home or the office not to mention out in the woods or on a job site. I’ve purchased just about every “rugged” case you can find. Most of them are bulky and add too much weight so I usually end up using a non-ruggedized case or no case at all.
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