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10 08, 2011

ESEE Izula Review

By |2017-03-21T11:29:02-05:00August 10th, 2011|Reviews, Survival Gear Reviews|3 Comments

ESEE Knives (formerly RAT Cutlery) offer some of the most popular fixed blade survival knives in the $70 - $200 range. They are designed to be simple and a balance of quality and price. What I have always found most impressive is their "NO Questions Asked Guarantee". It says a lot about a company's belief [...]

22 07, 2011

Friday Gear Report: 7/22/11

By |2016-10-15T00:15:27-05:00July 22nd, 2011|Friday Survival Gear Reports|0 Comments

How about a knife designed by one of the pivotal people from Emergency who taught Neil Strauss how to survive. Kevin Reeve, of onPoint Tactical, recently released a knife in conjunction with TOPS Knives known as the onPoint. Survival knives are a difficult breed to design. They must meet the needs for many jobs, hold [...]

13 07, 2011

Benchmade Triage 915 Review

By |2016-10-15T00:15:27-05:00July 13th, 2011|Reviews, Survival Gear Reviews|7 Comments

The Benchmade Triage 915 is a well designed knife for emergency responders and people looking for a good EDC Knife that is not Tacticool. However, it has its imperfections. Tactical pocket folding knives are great for, well tactical applications. But, for the 99% of us who are probably never going to be in a force-on-force [...]

15 04, 2011

Friday “Stuff”: 4-15-11

By |2016-10-15T00:15:54-05:00April 15th, 2011|Friday Survival Gear Reports|3 Comments

This week we bring you the Carbon Fiber Money Clip Knife by John Kubasek. Ever thought to yourself, "Hmmm, you know what I really need. A light weight knife and money clip." Well guess what. Your prayers have been answered. If you didn't, well your not alone. I never did either, but it's a pretty neat [...]

1 11, 2010

Swiss Army Adventurer Pocket Knife Review

By |2016-10-15T00:16:15-05:00November 1st, 2010|Friday Survival Gear Reports, Reviews, Survival Gear Reviews|1 Comment

Just a few months before my 15th birthday I was preparing for a two month long stint at summer camp. What made this year special was that it was my final year as a camper which meant approximately four weeks would be spent backpacking, mountain biking, repelling, and white water rafting across Colorado with 20 [...]