Don’t let dead batteries keep you in the dark.
Variable-power or zoom binoculars are a great way to see further and save money.
It’s no secret that the U.S. military wants runners, plain and simple.
Keep your gear squared away when it matters most.
Dial in your accuracy with a rangefinder that’s up to the task of long-distance precision shooting.
If you enjoy a cigar every now and then, treat it right and keep it fresh
Buy wisely and you’ll end up with something that makes you look forward to every chance to use it.
A little less Crocodile Dundee, a little more James Bond.
Coffee might just be hot bean water, but it takes a surprising amount of finesse to get it just right.
It may not be your time to die, but how will you know without a trusty watch?
If you’re not using your watch for more than telling time, you’re doing it wrong.
You’re no good to anyone if you’re hobbling around in worn-out, unsat combat boots.
Imagine your ideal backyard cookout. The grill you’re picturing is probably on this list.
When it comes to sparking a flame, are you more stone-age or space-age?
Shin splints and slipped disks not required.
Some of them are so comfortable that you might want to stay forever. We wouldn’t blame you if you did.
If you’re still relying on MREs for emergency food, you’re an idiot sandwich.
Own the battlefield one tiny plastic brick at a time.
Now, where did I leave that 10-millimeter socket?
Remember when you could buy ammunition? Those were the days.
Chow is continuous.
There’s something comforting about technology that works no matter what.
You’ll want a backup when weather apps and WiFi fail.
If you’re going to have a survival kit, you’d better make sure it’s set up to succeed.
Pirate maps are so three centuries ago.
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