As a daily knife user and avid shooter, I’ve been looking for a product that would clean, lubricate, and protect my tools, with a special interest in my EDC knives. My EDC knife faces a lot of dirt, grime, dust, and lint.
The Spyderco Sage 2 is the second knife in Spyderco’s Sage series of knives, which pay tribute to different knife makers who have brought a revolutionary features to knife locking design. The design of each Sage knife centers around a knife maker and the design feature they are known for.
When I was in a gun store waiting for an FFL transfer, I saw what I thought was a nice looking Browning Hi-Power in the case for a great price. I asked to look at it and the gun felt right. I checked the tag and it read, “CZ 75B”.
The Surefire G2X Pro is a polymer-bodied (Nitrolon) version of the 6PX Pro. It is the replacement for the G2 LED, now discontinued, and heir apparent to the standard G2. We put it through the paces at SurvivalCache to see if it lived up to the SureFire name.
Reloading, now and in the future, is the best way to ensure your ammunition independence instead of relying on supply chains and retailers to provide a secure supply of ammunition. Reloading affords you the freedom to create your own ammo outside of the ups and downs of the global economy.
Part 8: (The Conclusion) So what is the best survival carbine (AR style rifle)? The answer is whatever is best for you according to your intended uses, budget and comfort level using it in different applications and configurations. There is no right or wrong answer.
Part 7: (Ammo) After you have selected your Survival Carbine, the next step is selecting the right ammunition to store and train with for emergency situations. This article will help you make sure that when it counts….you have the right ammo in your magazine.
To close out the epic Survival Shotgun series Mr. Smashy was gracious enough to give us a full rundown of his personal survival shotgun, complete with lots of pictures, gear recommendations, load ideas, and training tips. Feel free to be jealous.
Although the shotgun does a great job on it’s own, there are some accessories that will greatly improve your capability. People like to load up their guns with a lot of accessories that add weight but not much functionality. Here are 4 accessories you actually need:
Many shotguns, especially pump guns, can run well for long periods of time between cleanings. However, in a survival situation your life may depend on that gun and you need to know it’s in perfect working order every time.
Thanks to television, movies, and popular Rambo talk there are lots of myths about the shotgun. If you are going to use yours effectively in a survival situation you need to separate fact from fiction. Here are some common misconceptions the smart prepper should be wary of.
Shotguns easily have the most possible different types of ammunition than any other gun. From buckshot and slugs, to non-lethal and everything in between, the survival shotgun is an incredibly versatile tool.
Understanding the various loads and their uses is important for any prepared survivalist.