Education is everything. You need to know your gun and how to use it, but it helps to know other skills, too, like how to unpack the motivations of those who want to enact gun bans, limit our rights, and change our laws.
For this Gun-and-Cigar pairing, we are going old-school American West with a nod to Clint Eastwood—The Colt Conversion and a Cheroot.
Sig Sauer's M17 is here to stay. And after a year with this gun, Art has finally diagnosed why he's struggling with the platform.
There's more to the fighting knives of WWII than the Ka-Bar. The Cattaraugus 225Q is an indestructible beast of an American made blade.
Sometimes a knife can be a do-it-all tool. Other times, designs are built for one thing and do it perfectly, like the Spyderco Rescue.
Cold Steel makes economical knives that are built like tanks. Up for consideration today is the SR1Cold Steel SR1 folding knife — a pocket knife that functions much more like a fixed blade than a folder.
If you like big knives, the Sheepdog from Kizer should be on your list. The XL version is supersized and exceptionally capable.
Looking for a do-it-all folder to take out into the woods? TOPS has an answer for ya! Their Fieldcraft Folder is a beast.
Look at the history and "flavor" of the Browning Auto 5 (Browning Humpback); it's hard not to agree the old shotgun should be matched with an Ashton VSG cigar