I have been reading The Things Worth Believing In for some time now. Tom, the author, has a great series that he calls Tactical Preschool. It is an extremely informative series with easy to understand descriptions of tactical concepts and very useful images that really drive home the point.
While this graphic actually dates from 1992, it does contain quite a few details that are of use both offensively as well as defensively. Originally, published in the New York Times the data came from NYPD Detective Robert Gallagher based on criteria he used to size up suspects…
I think it was back in March of last year I posted a little about
the steel I use. There are allot of opinions/debates and information
floating around on the internet about knife Steel.
Simple fact is most custom makers that forge knives have a
steel they favor and if there forging most likely it is a high
carbon steel of some type…
Want to eat a wolfberry? How about some vaccinium jam? Some chokeberry wine? They don’t sound too appetizing, do they? Few people know it, but the fruits of these plants are not only edible, but delicious. They have unappealing names and don’t look familiar to most Americans, so if you incorporate them into your landscaping you will have a supply of fresh, nutritious fruit that your neighbors won’t recognize as food…
Back in the 1930s Colt developed a few experimental fully automatic M1911 pistols. It is hard to believe that anyone thought that a .45 ACP machine pistol was a practical idea!
These new Tactical Tailor Shemaghs look pretty nice. Rather than the typical check pattern, these have the Tactical Tailor logo woven into the fabric. Shemaghs can be pretty versatile gear but they aren’t exactly low profile. I have seen them used to keep cool, keep warm, keep brass off the neck on the range, as a towel, etc.
The Down Range Gear PALS Belt Platform looks like a great way to adapt PALS/MOLLE pouches to a regular belt. This has some really nice features. I especially like the non-slip material on the backing.
Check it out at the Down Range Gear Blog.