Introducing the new EDC3 Carbonitride Titanium tactical folding knife from Camillus!
The EDC3 is a great addition to any hunting pack or for general outdoors use which is lightweight, rugged and can be deployed with one hand.
The blade is 3″ (76mm) long with partial serration, constructed of Japanese AUS-8 SS and features the popular matt black drop point design, the handle is 4″ (101mm) long and is of stainless steel construction.
The EDC3 features dual thumb studs for easy one handed deployment and once deployed the liner lock engages ensuring safe use. The EDC3 also features a SS belt clip, we found this useful attaching to our Voodoo Tactical Molle webbing on our backpacks.
Bushnell TRS-25 Trophy Series Red Dot Sight – 1×25
Traditionally whenever we have used our lever action rifles, notably the .30-30 Winchester, we have always found the open sights to be the fastest for target acquisition but as time goes on we like to have a little bit of comfort and “bling” to complement our toys…
So we started looking at the Bushnell TRS-25 red dot scope which is a 1x power with 25mm objective, small yet mighty with 11 brightness levels and a crisp clean image. Bushnell claims that the TRS-25 has a 3000hr+ battery life (tested on Continue reading Bushnell TRS-25 Red Dot Scope
Every hunt demands the use of a good set of binoculars, but how do you have them at the ready in a comfortable position?
Traditionally binoculars come with a standard 1″ to 2″ neck strap that allows the weight of the the bino’s to be spread evenly across the base of the neck, this is perfect for short term so you don’t accidentally drop your prized glass. But as time wears on the pressure of the strap can feel like wire rope cutting into your neck, not the desired feeling when hunting or enjoying the outdoors.
Butler Creek have developed the “Bino Caddy” to eliminate this issue, its unique design allows the neck strap to be completely removed and the Continue reading Butler Creek Delux Bino Caddy
The scout rifles have been a hit with many shooters in the past decade due to their compact design allowing them to be carried on quad bikes and into more rugged terrain without getting caught up on the vegetation. The scout concept was heavily influenced in the early to mid-1980’s by Jeff Cooper (US Marine, Instructor & Writer) describing his ideal of a general-purpose rifle, “…a short, light, handy, versatile, utility rifle”, which Cooper dubbed a “scout rifle”. This was a bolt-action carbine chambered in .30 caliber (7.62 mm), less than 1 meter in length, less than 3 kilograms in weight, with Iron sights, a forward mounted optical sight (long eye relief scope), and fitted with a practical sling (such as ching sling). Cooper defined his goal: “… a general-purpose rifle is a conveniently portable, individually operated firearm, capable of striking a single decisive blow, on a live target of up to 200 kilos in weight, at any distance at which the operator can shoot with the precision necessary to place a shot in a vital area of the target”.
While the scout was inspired around a Continue reading Mossberg MVP Patrol .223
Hunting from the quad or 2 wheeler is one of the fastest ways to cover a large block chasing game, this could be either shooting or with dogs.
One of the biggest problems bike hunters face is gear storage that boasts rock solid mounting and ease of access, and in most cases it’s one or the other and very rarely both! The team at KE Custom products have seen & experienced these problems in the field and being innovative designers have engineered the KETUB or better known as the Tank/Quad Utility Bag, a bag designed by bike hunters for bike hunters.
So let’s take a closer look at the KETUB, straight out of the bag you get a base plate which is the foundation of the bag featuring two velcro panels either side of the fuel cap, this is where the Molle Continue reading Molle Tank/Quad Utility Bag (KETUB) by KE Custom
Reading the literature, there is no doubt that the Lowa brand has achieved critical acclaim all over Europe, with their design and manufacture complying with the stringent quality standards that are needed to supply a footwear that will stand up to the unique and harsh conditions of the European outdoors. I had just returned to Australia from a trip to New Zealand, testing the boots in the ice-capped mountains of the rugged West coast. There was by no means any shortage of genuine testing of the boots comfort and water proof ability. There was a lot of navigating hilly terrain. Hilly, cold and wet terrain..
Straight out of the box, the boots felt like they were made for walking. The unique lacing system, with free moving, ball bearing lace loops, made it easy to achieve the necessary support around the ankles, and the unique tongue stud, preventing a slip of the tongue. (On the boots that is. There were many a human tongue Continue reading MAURIA Flex GTX WOMENS