Featured by Matt Sampson
Review: Tactical Ops Brewing’s Recon Red is a competent red ale, but is that all?
Military-themed beer strikes again.
Review: the Eberlestock Bang Bang range bag makes shooting trips easy
But just how DO you say ‘Eberlestock’?
Review: the BDS Tactical Skelton Cummerbund is a one-stop fix to make your USMC flak fight with you
Review: the Esee 6P is an affordable way into survival knives
"That's not a knife ... THIS is a knife!"
Review: the Wander Tactical Lynx is a thoroughbred knife tested in the Alps of Italy
Just how much knife does $260 buy? This much.
Review: the Mystery Ranch 2-Day Assault Pack is confused about its mission
Is it a true tactical backpack? A versatile EDC pack? Let's find out.
Review: the Gerber DoubleDown machete is a surprisingly practical giant butterfly knife
No, it's not a joke.
Review: Why the ASP Scribe might be your next EDC flashlight of choice
Six years of hands on experience with the pen-sized powerhouse.
Review: the SureFire Stiletto lives up to its name
Why is this tactical light shaped like a coffin?
The Navy SEAL who shot Bin Laden is hyping a new brewing company. We tried their beer so you don’t have to
Just how special is Armed Forces Brewing Company's 'Special Hops' IPA?
Ontario Knife Company’s retractable bayonet is the most ridiculous rifle accessory we’ve ever seen
We have just one burning question: Why?
Review: the Ontario Knife Company RAT II is a modern classic at a great price
You can pick up an Ontario Knife Company RAT II for the cost of a good dinner.
Review: the Leatherman MUT is a multitool in search of a problem
Here are all the household items that I destroyed to prove how durable this thing is.
Review: We put the Coros Vertix GPS adventure watch through the wringer. Here’s how it held up
Is it really the ‘best’ on the market? Let’s find out.
Review: the Cold Steel 36ME Drop Forged Push Knife wants you to know about death
“Death? What do y’all know about death?’
Review: the Leatherman Bond is a fittingly British multitool in all the wrong ways
The Bond is appropriately named, similar to the James variety: Outdated, flawed, and very, very British.
Review: the Streamlight Microstream is your new replacement for your tired cellphone light
A powerful EDC light that fits in the palm of your hand.
Review: the Skeletool is a Leatherman for people who don’t want to carry a Leatherman
A knife and a half from Leatherman.
The Space Force Ka-Bar that nobody asked for is finally here
In space, no one can hear you stab.
Review: the Gerber Quadrant is a swing and a miss at the casual knife owner
Gerber advertises the Quadrant as a 'fashion statement with a function.' The appearance isn’t even skin-deep.
Review: Ontario Knife Company’s RAT 3 is an Esee by any other name
Here's how this versatile blade stood up in the field.
Review: Three years with the Benchmade Mini Presidio II
It's the years, honey, not the mileage.