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The Best Wood Burning Tool for Stippling

Stippling the wooden handle of your firearm, or any other tool, is a popular and easy modification to make. A stippled handle provides a better grip and increases control. It’s also a fun way to create a unique and eye-catching aesthetic. If you plan on stippling wooden grips, you’ll need specialized equipment. Naturally, some stippling […]

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The Best Ear Protection For An Indoor Shooting Range

Eye and ear protection are absolutely necessary when using an indoor shooting range. The confined area and close proximity to other shooters means more noise. A lot more. With all those rounds going off around you, those free, foam earplugs simply aren’t good enough. They offer little protection and often leave your ears ringing, which […]

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The Best Karambit for the Money

Karambits (or kerambits) are a efficient and intimidating weapon for self-defence. Originally from Southeast Asia (and still used by law enforcement in Indonesia), these claw-like knives are beautiful and functional tools. Despite their generally short blade length, karambits are an effective and deadly weapon. If you are thinking about purchasing the best karambit for the […]

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Best Scout Rifle For The Money

Back in the 1980s, the newly-conceived scout rifle was an odd-looking thing. Designed by Jeff Cooper of Gunsite, it differed greatly from many of its predecessors. Cooper promoted the idea of a general-purpose rifle, typically a bolt-action carbine chambered for .308 Winchester, 40 inches in length and under 6.6 pounds. As a rifle made from […]

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Best Powder Scale for the Money

Reloading ammunition is a fun, engaging hobby that comes with the added perk of saving you money. Whether you’re just starting out or you’re an experienced reloader, a good powder scale is an essential piece of equipment. Although most starter kits for reloading come with powder scales, they can be inaccurate and/or tricky to use. […]

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How To Find The Best Battle Belt for the Money In 2017

A battle belt makes it fast and simple to enter a “low-ready” level of defense. Within seconds, you have easy access to your pistol, a couple of spare clips, and whatever else you might need based on the situation. As with anything tactical, there are a range of options on the market. Battle belts offer […]

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Our Top Picks – Best Reloading Supplies for Beginners

With more people buying guns now than ever, ammunition is becoming increasingly expensive. Reloading your own cartridges can be a very entertaining hobby—one which saves you money and can increase your shooting performance! For many who are just starting out, however, handloading might seem a difficult field to break into. There’s a lot to know, […]

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How Long Can You Keep Diesel Fuel

Diesel fuel is one of the most-used fuels in the world. It’s used to power freight trucks, trains, buses, boats, small trucks, small cars, as well as farm and construction equipment. Aside from transportation, it can also provide the energy needed to generate electricity for buildings. Whether you are storing diesel for use in your […]

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How to Make a Ghillie Suit from Burlap

Not to be confused with a ghillie shirt (which dates back from before the kilt) that is made for dancing, the ghillie suit is a whole different beast. The ghillie suit also originated in Scotland, where gamekeepers in the highlands developed them as portable hunting blinds. In the Second Boer War, the Lovat Scouts Scottish […]

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The Best Vegetarian Camping Recipes

Living a vegetarian lifestyle can require a bit more preparation than other diets. In many areas of the world things are getting easier for vegetarians, but some conveniences are still hard to find. This is particularly true of food suitable for the great outdoors. When you go camping, however, the prepwork is all part of […]

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