This CRKT Homefront Knife found a home with a lot of individuals working in the field, including our daughter Susannah, who is an archaeologist.
We have used the Frankford Arsenal Hand Primer tool for the past three months, priming over 2,000 cases from 9mm Luger to .300 Win Mag with no problems…
The need for a good lantern in any base camp while hunting is a no-brainer. It is also not a bad idea to have a COAST EAL20 Lantern around the house in case of a power outage.
A good neck knife like the Alan Folts’ COLUMBIA RIVER Minimalist Bowie Knife is one of the best insurance policies you can buy.
Given the size, quality and lumen output of the COAST HP3R Rechargeable Penlight there is no excuse why every outdoorsman should not have one in their kit.
The BOG-POD CLD 3 Camo Shooting Tripod comes with a carry bag equipped with a shoulder strap. It isn’t cheap, but quality products usually aren’t.
The Henry Big Boy Color Case Hardened Rifle is a piece of “Americana” is worth picking up as a shooter and/or investment for the future.
Jum and Mary Clary review the price point Caldwell Matrix Rifle & Handgun Shooting Rest in this range test and find you can not beat the price for a solid but basic rifle or pistol rest.
A visit from an interstate shooter colleague mentioned an interesting device a friend had improvised from a short painters’ telescopic extension pole.
Dr. Jim and Mary Clary review the MeoPro 80 HD Spotting Scope and find out once again why they are such fans of Meopta optics.
If that wasn’t bad enough, they have expanded the ugly AR15 platform to just about every possible combination… in the name of “modern sporting firearms.”
Jim reviews the SIG SAUER Elite Performance Rifle ammuntion in .223. Shooting out of a Henry Steel Frame Single Shot HO15 rifle.
I’ll bet more than most have a “must have” list of, it must be spacious, organized, comfortable, and durable/dependable, was I right?
Through the good offices of Dr. Jim Clary, I was recently most fortunate to receive a Caldwell Hunter’s Blind Bag from him in my mailbox.
If you have a single handgun, it would not be cost effective to buy this tool. If you have problems with the sights, have a gunsmith adjust them.
We have reviewed and tested a lot of flashlights over the years, ranging in power from 500 to 1,000 lumens, but the Coast Polysteel 1000 is one of the best.
Jim and Mary review the all new Sig Sauer Max Michel 1911 BB Pistol with its real-life 1911 handgun blow-back slide feature.
As great as the “regular” Bog-Pod tripods are, they are frequently considered too much of an inconvenience to carry, Enter the Bog-Pod Rapid Shooting Rest.
The CST is another addition to the “Forged By War” program initiated by CRKT. This program was started by Ryan Johnson of RMJ Tactical.
If one looks back in history, the divisions today between the left and right are more severe and deeper than they were in early 1861.
This one tool will replace five separate reloading tools. It has a convenient storage compartment on top for all components that are not in use.
The Caldwell Stinger Shooting Rest is strong, stable and versatile; yet, it is lightweight and easily carried with one hand.
It was only a matter of time before reasonably priced electronic trigger gauges hit the market. Jim gives us a quick review Wheeler Professional Digital Trigger Gauge.
Dr. Clary reviews a new reloading product, the Frankford Arsenal Reloading Stand, for home ammo makers that fixes a common issue.
Dr. Jim and Mary Clary report on their results on shooting off the Caldwell Hunter’s Blind Bag.