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Written by those who share a common bond through service and a passion for the outdoors; the content we create is intended to educate, collaborate, and evaluate. The subjects will vary, but the intent is to identify people places and things that are of the quality and durability we need for whatever the mission may be.

An old friend that I consider a brother presented me with this knife years ago. It remains a reminder of how strong the bond of brotherhood is. No matter the distance or time, the brotherhood remains...

Kimber America makes the best concealable .45 around. The accuracy, even with a short barrel is impressive. I carried my Sig P229 chambered in .40 cal for the longest time, but when I started packing on the pounds it got to be cumbersome trying to...

The Waltham Watch Company produced about 40 million watches, compasses, clocks, timed fuses, speedometers, and other precision instruments between 1850 and 1957. Among these were the brass pocket compasses carried during WWI and WWII. This particular compass was my grandfathers. Growing up this compass was...

As a kid I remember times when our power would go out and we would heat the front room of the house with the fireplace and use the light of these lanterns to play board games. To me, the sound of these @colemanusa lanterns instantly takes me...

In honor of the shot show this year I figured I would take an a trip back to the beginning. The Model 1894, or Model 94 as otherwise referenced, was the first commercial American repeating rifle built to be used with smokeless powder. Pictured here...

During my time in service I received several items marking specific occasions. One such occasion was the Marine Corps Ball where these @kabarknives were gifted to attendees. This knife has only been out of the box a few times in the 20 years I have...

While this is an older @vaulteksafe PRO VT model it is by far one of the most important pieces of hardware I have for securing valuables and firearms. Most people think about the use of these in the home, but the inclusion of a very handy cable...

Manufactured by Browning in 1926 at the FN facility in Herstal, Belgium; this 16ga shows the signs of how treasured these shotguns were. The hands that smoothed the checkering of this historic version cherished it as a go to for  many years. While it may...