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Death Valley Magazine – Stop Preparing for the Apocalypse and Plan For Next Thursday

So you have 12 months of food stored, an urban garden, 28 pistols and rifles and you take 5 tactical courses a year. If the SHTF you can ether grab your BOB and fight on the move or bunker in at home. Basically you are trained-up and stocked-up for just about any apocalyptic situation that could possibly happen…

Woods Monkey – Wenger EvoGrip S18 Pocket Knife

Looking to travel light on the trail and want a knife that meets your needs?  Or, are you looking for a good basic tool supplement to your primary blade?  Today, we’re looking at the Wenger EvoGrip S18 knife, and it just might be the one to fill your needs!  We’ve also included a highlights video to help out with your search as well…

Kyle Defoor – Safariland Secrets

Safariland makes the best tac/drop leg holster there is I think. But, there is room for improvement on the old ones…

Preview: Troy Battle Ax Stock

The stock you see in the above picture is the upcoming Troy Industries Battle Ax Stock. It may look a bit strange but it is was obviously designed for function, not form. It has some extremely fresh and innovative features that really set the Battle Ax apart from other stock systems on the market.

The most interesting feature to me is the storage. Even though this stock is very compact, it boasts a ton of storage space. The good folks over at Spartan Cops have confirmed that there is enough storage space to keep blowout kit items on board! These items would add very little weight. You would never have an excuse not to have life saving first aid items on your person again. The items you could carry are not limited to first aid kits. A cleaning kit, or at least some lube, would be another good choice.

Other features include a metal butt plate which should make this stock quite durable and provide some weight at the rear of the gun which many shooters like. There are QD sling swivel sockets in three locations. The length adjustment latch is low profile and located on the underside of the stock. The latch can be seen in the these pictures taken by Stickman in a post at GearScout. Shooters will also appreciate the broad, comfortable cheek weld. The “clubfoot” shape looks like it would work well as a hand hold when shooting from a bipod.

The Troy Battle Ax Stock is unique in looks and in features. It is on my wish-list.

Larry Vickers on the AK

A good friend pointed me to these excellent videos. About 2 years ago I wrote an article about bringing the AK up to date just to share among friends. I have been hoping to update the article now that I have been using my “modernized” AK for some time now. Everything I did to my AK is mirrored in these videos from Larry Vickers. Mr. Vickers is an expert on the AK (and most small arms) and offers excellent AK specific training courses.

There is a lot of good information for AK users to be gleaned from these videos:

Larry Vickers Introduces the AK

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Larry Vickers and the AK on the Range

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Larry Vickers and the Modernized AK

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Larry Vickers’ YouTube Channel

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