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Oakley SI Ballistic Det Cord Sunglasses Review

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I was looking for eye pro for outdoor shooting and recently picked up a pair of Oakley SI Ballistic Det Cord Sunglasses.       The Det Cord model was released in 2014 and was designed to meet the needs of Military, Law Enforcement, and the Shooting Sports.  I was definitely wanting something with a […]

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First Look: Garrison Packs Beavertail for Camelbak HAWG

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Came across this the other day.  The Garrison Packs Beavertail for the Camelbak HAWG looks to be a nice option that would really increase the carry capacity and utility of the HAWG.       As you know, I’m a huge fan of beavertails and the Camelbak HAWG is a nice option for EDC provided you […]

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OV Innovations Cache Review

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Long time readers of this blog know that one feature I always look for in a pack is a beavertail.  Most of my favorite EDC packs have them including the Camelback Urban Assault, Vertx EDC Gamut, and Triple Aught Design Litespeed.  If a pack doesn’t have one, then I look for options to add one. […]

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Triple Aught Design Sterile Transporter Tail Review

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It’s been a long time coming but Triple Aught Design has finally started shipping the Sterile Transporter Tail for their Fastpack EDC and Litespeed backpacks.     The tail is “sterile” because it isn’t covered in MOLLE webbing; effectively dialing down the tactical appearance of both packs.  I installed the Sterile Tail on my 1st […]

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First Look: Tradesman Beard Comb

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A while back, we helped get the word out on Hudson Design & Manufacturing’s Kickstarter Campaign.  A year and a half later, after a successful launch, Hudson’s products are still in high demand – despite Esquire’s bullshit declaration that “beards are dead“.  Their latest is the Tradesman Beard Comb.     The Tradesman is an […]

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Hill People Gear Tarahumara Stick It Mod

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One of the great things about the Hill People Gear Tarahumara is that it provides a platform on which you can expand capabilities to meet a variety of carry needs.  I’ve tried other gear in combination with the “Tara” and one thing I discovered is you can easily clip in a Mystery Ranch Stick It […]

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First Look: Bad Ass Work Bags

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Bag Ass Work Bags got started supplying gear bags to tough motherf’ers working offshore drilling platforms.  Their Oilfield Offshore Bag comes in three sizes and various colors with a standard zipper or flip top.     It’s made from 18 ounce laminated vinyl and features non-corrosive zippers, triple reinforced stitching at the straps and zipper, […]

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First Look: Mystery Ranch Three Day Assault Pack

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In my decade long full-fledged attempt to feed my bag addiction, I’ve never tried anything from Mystery Ranch.  Many regard the Montana-based equipment company, born out of the imagination of renowned designer Dana Gleason, to be the pinnacle of production bag making here in the United States.  Kifaru and some others might disagree, but there’s […]

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Catalyst Waterproof Case for iPhone Review

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I’m not going to make it a habit of reviewing tech related items on this site, BUT it’s an undeniable truth that smartphones have become an indispensable part of our Everyday Carry.  In addition to being a communication device, modern smartphones can reduce the need to carry a camera, watch, writing instrument, wallet, flashlight, compass, […]

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First Look: Tribe One OP Series MiniNet

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My favorite feature on packs like the Triple Aught Design Litespeed and Camelbak Urban Assault is the Transporter Tail.  It’s a great quick stash storage area for jackets, hats, gloves, scarfs/shemaghs, wet clothes, etc.  However, not all packs have one.  In those cases, the Tribe One OP Series MiniNet might be a decent alternative.   […]

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