100% American Made – Machined 4140 ordnance quality steel – 7.62X39 – Perhaps the finest AK on the market? The Century Arms C39 AllOutdoor – If we look at the ballistics of the infamous Russian AK-47 7.62×39 round, we see that its energy and trajectory look just a bit better than the
I have been a “metal match” fanatic for a couple of decades now, ever since my introduction to them while on active duty. Recently, at a gun show, I watched a demonstration of the Kodiak Firestarter and immediately purchased one. These ferro rods outperform any that I have ever used
Weighs 1 pound. Futuristic look. Accurate .22LR for small game hunting and survival. The Pak-Rifle breaks down into two pieces in just seconds with an MSRP of $425. For more information visit www.packrifle.com. I want one!
“The US Survival Rifle by Henry Arms. The Original Armalite AR7 designed by Eugene Stoner. The US Survival rifle is a compact, lightweight, 22LR Semi Auto Rifle that is perfect for a Survival Situation. It all fits in the stock and it floats!”
How does a pump-action shotgun work? This video shows you how on the prolific Winchester Model 12. Enjoy!
This simple 3-piece unit unpacks to reveal a stove, a 32-ounce bottle, and a 20-ounce cup. I like the compact nature of this stove and accessories and the ease of use presented by the handles. How do you boil water in the field?
Belts have come a long way over the years, with big improvements during the War on Terror. This video shows a few basic uses for the modern “Battle Belt.” These are awesome in the field, at the range, etc… Anyone interested in survival or shooting should obtain and practice the
Duct tape, during WWII, was intended to seal ammo. cans. Of course, now we all use it for much more than that. This video shows a number of survival uses that you may not have thought of. I dig the rifle sling and the knife sheath. Genius!
The Lost Art techniques of cut shells and improvised slugs truly are a “marriage of the old and the new,” as you will see a red dot sight being used. In times past, these methods were used to put food on the table. Note: these gentlemen say, “I do not