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I have a new pet RAT his name is izula and he may be small but packs a big bite haha. The IZULA from RAT cutlery or ESEE knives as they are called now, is the smallest knife from Randall's adventure and training and like all there knives its one I really like and I am use all the time because the knife is so small with a total length of 6.25 inches you can carry it on your belt or around your neck and take it just about anywhere without anyone even knowing you have it.Add a comment
I've been a big fan of survival multitools like this one but so many have been poor quality over the years and never have I seen one this good for a long time. Many companies put out tools like this but almost every survival tool like this I have used have all fallen apart but this one.Add a comment
The trapper is the second knife we have used by FOX and it's been nothing short of remarkable. I have been very pleased with the design of these knives and their performance. The trapper is the larger of the two at just over 6-and-a-half inches in blade length and an overall length of nearly 12 inches.Add a comment
Fox Knives is a new company in North America that hales from Italy. The TRAKKER is designed to be a utility, camp and sniper knife. What drew me to the knife was that it looked like a knife that could replace the Tom Brown Tracker. I like the TB tracker but the blade design has a transition right in the center of the blade where the straight edge joins the belly.Add a comment
I've been looking to do a review of this knife since we started C.W.S but because of limitation in the amount they make it was hard to get one in. Thanks to our friends at www.camouflage.ca we now have one for your viewing pleasure!Add a comment
The INOVA lights are some gear I have seen around for a long time so I really wanted to try them out and all I can say is I shouldn't have waited so long to do so. The 24/7 by INOVA may not look like much but it packs much more than you can see. This light is a do all light and by do all I mean it can function as a task light for almost anything.Add a comment
I know what some people may think: you don't need power in the woods and we go to the woods to get away from things that need power. When it comes to expeditions and doing anything in the wilderness, power is key for most of us, especially if you run a website or business or for photographers and generalists!Add a comment
Some may wonder what I know about computers to do reviews when our site is mainly outdoor products and survival orientated. Well I have an extensive knowledge about computer I have built them, serviced them and even setup home networks for people along with my many hobbies computers are one of them!Add a comment
The Trek light hammocks are the unlimited solution when it comes to light weight gear because of the parachute material use in their construction. Parachute nylon is very strong but weighs very little making it an ideal material for hammocks.Add a comment