Dorcy Twin Globe LED Lantern Review

Dorcy Twin Globe LED Lantern ReviewNormally I'm not big on lanterns because of the weight and space they take up, so for me to find one I like is something to talk about. I've used many lanterns over the years, and the butane gas versions were not worth the weight... I had a Coleman storm lantern, and it weighed quite a bit and the gas only lasted three one-day trips before I had to get a new gas canister. The irony is it was made for backpacking!

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Sunwayman V11R With AA Extender Review

Sunwayman V11R With AA Extender ReviewLike survival knives, the items you use almost every day will be the same items you will most likely use in a survival situation, as most people know survival situations are not planned and often the items you have on your person will be the ones you will have to survive with.

 

 

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DPx Gear HEST/F 2.0 T3 Triple Black Special Edition Review

DPx Gear HEST/F 2.0 T3 Triple Black Special Edition ReviewI've always been a fan of Robert Young Pelton, a man who some would say is either crazy or extremely brave! He has traveled to parts of the world and wars where few would come back, and has always returned, so I always found this to be a real testimony to his ability to survive. After all it's not all about tools... often it's what's in your head, as well as knowledge you have accumulated which keeps you alive!

 

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GERBER Bear Grylls Ultimate Pro Fixed Blade Review

BEAR.GRYLLS.ULTIMATE.PRO.1For full disclosure I didn't review the first bear Grylls fixed blade because after doing some research (as I do for all products we review) it was getting very bad reviews, but GERBER has made up for it with the new Bear Grylls Ultimate Pro Fixed Blade!

 

 

 

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Helinox Ridgeline Trekking Poles Review

Helinox Ridgeline Trekking Poles ReviewThis model of the Helinox Ridgeline Trekking poles is the Lever Lock With Button. The button is just a small push button which will lock into place when the lower part of the poles are deployed "with just a flick", but the lever is the part of the pole where you do most of the adjustment. They come in two models, either twist lock or lever lock. I've used both kinds of poles so it's easy for me to say which are the best (well for me anyway). I like how easy it is to adjust the lever version, very fast and no hassle at all.

 

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EXTREMEBEAM M4 Scirrako Tactical Light Review

EXTREMEBEAM M4 Scirrako Tactical Light ReviewThe M4 is a unique light unlike any other I've reviewed. Many tactical lights are different because not all companies make them the same. It comes down to the beam - many tactical lights have a sharp beam in the center and some flood around the outside of the main beam while others have a lesser center beam with more flood allowing the user to buy just what he or she wants.

 

 

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ExtremeBeam TAC 24 SR3 Tactical Light Review

ExtremeBeam TAC 24 SR3 Tactical Light ReviewThe TAC 24 SR3 is something to take notice of if your looking for a quality tactical light and you want a lot for your money! With this tactical light you get so much in this kit that it's the most gear I've seen with a tactical yet in this price range!

 

 

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WalkStool Comfort 65 XXL Review

WalkStool Comfort 65 XXL ReviewThis item is the holy grail of fishing or backpacking gear. For many years people have tried to put out a product that could be used as a stool to sit on that was portable and light and more often than not they were anything but!

 

 

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Leatherman Wave Review

Leatherman Wave ReviewThe Wave is the smaller brother of the Surge. Many of the items found in the Wave are very similar to the Surge. The Wave is similar in size and weight to GERBER and SOG multi-tools, but the cost is far lower. You can pick up a Wave for around $60 to $80 bucks new, where a SOG comes in at around $130 (you can get the SOG cheaper depending on where you buy it). The GERBER Multi-tools are around $84, so you can see in most cases the Leatherman tools come out cheaper if you shop around!

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Agis Lambda Backpack Review

Agis Lambda Backpack ReviewWhen it comes to the outdoors, one of the most important things, is to have a quality backpack, like most people who trek in the woods know you need to have a way to transport your equipment. I personally think that a quality pack, ruck sack or Bergen, depending on what you call it is a must have, I've spent many years dealing with low quality packs and I can tell you, your not saving anything when you skimp on money!

 

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