If you’re looking for a knife to fillet out your larger fish then you need to check out the Smith’s Consumer Products Lawai 7″ Fillet Coated Blade or Lawai 9″ knives.
To hike down trails in the dark, sneak into your blind in the dark or to see the sidewalk when walking your dog at night, check out SneakHunter Bootlamps.
While walking by the Klymit booth at a show I noticed how compact their Klymit Insulated V Ultralite Sl Sleeping Pad was. I had to check it out. If you’re a backpacker, you’d better check it out too.
The lake trout fishing was unbelievable as stated above. I do not know how many we caught and at least three times had double hook-ups. Needless to say, fishing was everything you could hope for.
The Smith’s Trailbreaker With Firestarter Combo is a great deal at $39.99 if you’re looking for a survival set, hunting set or an EDC. I just don’t see how you can go wrong with this combo set.
Killing flies at your summer Bug-A-Salt 2.0 is 10x as much fun as killing them with a fly swatter. Plus, you can hit them flying.
If you’re in the market for a money belt you ought to check out the Wazoo Survival Gear Cache Belt and Adventure Kit. It is the best money belt that I’ve ever seen.
“Changing Lives, One Shot at a Time”. I’d have to say from my 30 minutes experience with them, that this is a true statement. During my time there here’s what I saw.
I’m a big time American and love the Buy In America concept but what would you do if you’re a manufacturer and stand to lose out on 80% of the knife sales?
If you’re looking for an all out fun to plink with airgun, then you have to check out the new Ruger 10/22 Air Rifle. It is a great plinking air gun.
If you’re looking for a great boning knife to bone out your big game animal or fillet your catch, check out the new Smith’s Edgesport 6.3″ Boning/Fillet knife. It is the best boning knife…
If you’re looking for a good camping knife/hatchet combo check out the Puma XP Forever Knife & Hatchet Camping Combo. I really like mine.
This week I’ve been testing the Smith’s X-Trainer Knife and found it to suffice finely for an EDC knife. So if you’re in the market for a mid-size EDC, look no further.
Father’s can be hard to shop for. But if you do a little research, then you can knock a home run with the proper Father’s Day Gift.
If you’re a cowboy or cowgirl, check out what famous cowgirl and outdoors-woman Caiti Hladky has to say about
The Case Equestrian Knife.
The Smith’s Consumer Products Trailbreaker knife is a great choice for an EDC and is an economical knife. It fits my hand perfectly.
If you buy a Froglube Knife Care Kit I think that it will prompt you to properly clean your knives before storing them away for the season.
If you’re looking for a stout, functional EDC then you ought to check out the Smith’s Consumer Products Rally folder.
If you’re looking for a small folder that will be inconspicious in a pair of slacks and yet is still a good looking little knife check out the Puma SGB Bear Wood folder.
To be successful at turkey hunting you need to invest in some of the modern gear. As with most of our hunts, you’ll need gear specific to turkey hunting.
If you live in the corporate world and are required to wear a suit/slacks but want to carry a small pocket knife I think you’ll like the functionality and looks of the Puma SGB Gentleman Wood Folder.
If you’re looking for a fun CO2 BB pistol to plink with, hunt birds or scare off varmints then you need to check out the Sig Sauer 1911 We The People CO2 BB gun.
This weekend I shot down to a .156 group with some CCI Mini-Mag LR SHP ammo, and in just glancing it looks like you can buy it for around $7.00/box.
If you looking for a Red Dot optic check out the RT-R Mod 3 RMD from the up and coming new Riton Optics company.
Ever since I was a kid I’ve wanted a Puma Skinner. They’re a classic old school designed knife. And on top of that, they’re nice looking. We’ll be testing them out on an upcoming Texas hog hunt.