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Gear Review: The Coin Sap By Foster Impact Devices

Foster Impact Devices Coin Sap
The sap; also called a slapper, slap jack, or beavertail sap is a highly effective impact device. According to Wikipedia; “A sap has a flat profile as opposed to a cylindrical profile of a blackjack, and spreads its impact out over a broader area, making it less likely to break bone. It was primarily used for head strikes, intended to stun an opponent or render him or her unconscious”. While these weapons have a rich history with law enforcement if the past, it still can be used as an effective tool for the law abiding citizen today....

Gear Review: Ranger Up T-Shirts

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If you are a Veteran or know one, you know that they are some of the most dedicated and patriotic Americans you will ever meet. Though they might not be active duty or even reserves any longer, they still display never ending pride and love for their country and fellow patriot. I cannot tell you enough how much of an honor it is to shake the hand of a Veteran who has served in wars past and present. They have so much to contribute to our communities and our nation as a whole. So when we have the opportunity to work with a Veteran owned and operated...

Gear Review: Ravencrest Tactical Jackal Alpha OTF Knife

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If you have read any of our previous knife reviews, you know that we have a serious affliction for sharp and pointy objects. This review is different from the others as it was a learning experience as well. I will elaborate more on this in a few, so stay tuned. Ravencrest Tactical are new players on the block in the knife industry. The team at Ravencrest Tactical is making some serious waves in the knife world and we had the opportunity to find out what all the hub bub was about. We got our hands on the Jackal Alpha Out-The-Front knife. Moving...

Gear Review: Spyderco Matriarch 2 W/Emerson Opener & Keen Edge P17 Trainer

Spyderco Matriarch 2 Review Prepper Central
Do preppers like knives? I would have to say the answer is yes they do. This would be considered a biased statement as many folks love sharp and pointy objects. I warned you that this year we are going to be diving into many reviews and different subjects. I consider edged weapons to be a skill that should be taken seriously and used wisely if ever needed.

Book Review: The End By G. Michael Hopf

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I really enjoy reading books regarding the end of the world as we know it or TEOTWAWKI. Why you might ask? I find it interesting to see another person’s view of how it will all go down. No matter how it happens, it always amazes me on how there seems to be a thin thread that holds this whole world together.

Gear Review: Mantis Knives MK-4 Vuja De

Mantis Knives MK-4 Vuja De
Like myself, our readers are always on the hunt for something new and innovative. With companies consistantly introducing new products to stimulate the economy, it is hard to keep up with what is out there in gear land. But when is the last time you saw something that made you do a double-take? It has been a while for me, but our friends at iSurvival Gear introduced us to a knife they carry that definitely made me do a double-take when I saw it.

Gear Review: The Watson Evac Sling By Hazard 4

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Bags, bags, and more bags. Bug out bags, EDC (everyday carry) bags, G.O.O.D. (Get Out Of Dodge) bags, the list can go on, but we don’t need an army of bags to do what we need to do. As with any essential piece of gear, quality and dependability are the key to success. With so many bags on the market, the task of finding the right bag for the right application can be daunting. We have been on the search for a bag that can serve multiple purposes. One that can be a bug out or get home bag, and also have the ability to tackle weekend fun. One...