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[everyday-carry.com] ThruMyLens: A Review of the Chris Reeve Small Sebenza Stars... - bot Stars, Sebenza, Small, Reeve, Chris, Review, ThruMyLens A, everyday carrycom,
ThruMyLens: A Review of the Chris Reeve Small Sebenza Stars...



ThruMyLens: A Review of the Chris Reeve Small Sebenza Stars & Stripes



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[SurvivalBlog.com] Pat's Product Review: SIG Sauer 1911 TACOPS - bot TACOPS, 1911, Sauer, Review, Product, Pats, SurvivalBlogcom,
Pat's Product Review: SIG Sauer 1911 TACOPS


It's no secret that my all-time favorite handgun is the M1911 in .45 ACP. I can often be found carrying some type of 1911 on my hip, when I'm not carrying a Glock of some sort - or another handgun that I'm doing a Test and Evaluation. However, given...


It's no secret that my all-time favorite handgun is the M1911 in .45 ACP. I can often be found carrying some type of 1911 on my hip, when I'm not carrying a Glock of some sort - or another handgun that I'm doing a Test and Evaluation. However, given my druthers, when the chips are down, I'll reach for a good ol' 1911 stoked with some .45 ACP ammo.


The gun under review here is the

[SurvivalBlog.com] Pat's Product Review: SIG Sauer 1911 TACOPS - bot TACOPS, 1911, Sauer, Review, Product, Pats, SurvivalBlogcom,
Pat's Product Review: SIG Sauer 1911 TACOPS

It's no secret that my all-time favorite handgun is the M1911 in .45 ACP. I can often be found carrying some type of 1911 on my hip, when I'm not carrying a Glock of some sort - or another handgun that I'm doing a Test and Evaluation. However, given...


It's no secret that my all-time favorite handgun is the M1911 in .45 ACP. I can often be found carrying some type of 1911 on my hip, when I'm not carrying a Glock of some sort - or another handgun that I'm doing a Test and Evaluation. However, given my druthers, when the chips are down, I'll reach for a good ol' 1911 stoked with some .45 ACP ammo.


The gun under review here is the

[SurvivalBlog.com] Pat's Product Review: Century Golani 5.56mm Rifle - bot Rifle, 556mm, Golani, Century, Review, Product, Pats, SurvivalBlogcom,
Pat's Product Review: Century Golani 5.56mm Rifle


I have a good friend, Gene Sockut, who lives in Israel. Gene was the chief firearms instructor for the Israeli army for something like 26 years, so when he speaks about firearms, I listen. Gene is also the author of several books and videos on close combat with firearms, as...


I have a good friend, Gene Sockut, who lives in Israel. Gene was the chief firearms instructor for the Israeli army for something like 26 years, so when he speaks about firearms, I listen. Gene is also the author of several books and videos on close combat with firearms, as well as being a much sought after speaker on self-defense. He is also a sniper instructor for the Israel Border Patrol - Gene knows about guns and gunfighting, so I respect his thoughts on firearms. Sockut thinks very highly of the Galil.


The Israeli Galil rifle was used for several years in the IDF (Israeli Defense Force) in both the...

[CandlePowerForums - Blogs] Fenix HP11 review? - bot review, HP11, Fenix, Blogs, CandlePowerForums,
Fenix HP11 review?

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[E.D.C. Central Blog] 2011 MacBook Pro: Quick Review - bot Review, Quick, MacBook, 2011, Blog, Central,
2011 MacBook Pro: Quick Review

We take our work on the EDC Central blog and forum quite seriously. To be effective, we must be connected at all times in order to post information, assist members, or even as I am doing now, provide you with a review. I needed to update my portable computing power, as my needs have recently changed. I was using a 2009 MacBook Air, but lately found myself multi-tasking more while I am out and about. So, the Air needed to be replaced.
I decided to go with ...


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[REI Blog] A Camping and Music Odyssey: Bonnaroo 2011 in Review - bot Review, 2011, Bonnaroo, Odyssey, Music, Camping, Blog,
A Camping and Music Odyssey: Bonnaroo 2011 in Review





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It was quite a weekend at Bonnaroo, the massive Tennessee music festival that for 4 days doubled as ...




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[Every Day Commentary] Zero Tolerance ZT350 Review - bot Review, ZT350, Tolerance, Zero, Commentary, Every,
Zero Tolerance ZT350 Review

In the late 90s, early 00s a few of the foreign car makers produced massive quantities of well made, utilitarian, and cheap cars. Toyota had the Camry and the Corolla, Subaru had the Outback, Mitsubishi had um...some car with a name that is a synonym of brave, fast, or strong, and Mazda was pumping out the 323, 626 series. But hidden in and amongst these econo cars were roaring, thunderous beasts. Toyota had the MR2, Subaru the WRX, Mitsubishi the Lancer EVO, and Mazda the rotary engine RX-7. Each of these cars were amazing performance machines made by companies that seemed to stamp out decent products by the thousands. These cars sliced profit margins in to itty bitty shreds in the name of gut churning, tire melting performance.

For me, Zero Tolerance knives are the WRX, EVO of the Kershaw line. Kershaw makes great knives, cheap, well made, and utilitarian in design. A few will catch your eye, but by in large they are small, medium,...
[Every Day Commentary] Arc AAA-P Review - bot Review, AAA P, Commentary, Every,
Arc AAA-P Review

It is entirely unnecessary to both read and actually write this review; fun but unnecessary. If you know enough about lights to read reviews of them on the Internet, then you already know: this is an all time great flashlight. If there were a flashlight Hall of Fame (populated by Surefire, HDS, McGizmo, and Arc for sure), this would be an inner circle Hall of Famer. This is a light made by one of the greatest production flashlight companies of all time, at their absolute peak of output and design prowess. The Arc AAA and the AAA-P stand as a testament to just how good Arc was and how, in light of the disastrous Arc 6, far they have...
[RKBArms Blog] Glock 26 Review - bot Review, Glock, Blog, RKBArms,
Glock 26 Review

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There are plenty reviews of the 3rd generation Glock 26 so I just want to highlight some points that impressed me after reviewing the gun. If you are in the market for a 9mm/40S&W sub compact, I would narrow it down to either the Glock 26/27 or Springfield Armory's XD.

The Finish
Glock uses a Tenifer process to the slide before it's Parkerized. Tenifer protects the slide from corrosion, it's 99.9% salt water corrosion resistant. Looking closely at it, the finish is really nice. After...
[Every Day Commentary] Kershaw OD-2 Review - bot Review, OD 2, Kershaw, Commentary, Every,
Kershaw OD-2 Review

What's the least amount of money you have paid for a knife? I am not talking about novelty commemorative knives from the Smokey Mountains or throw away, look-how-cheap-this-is purchases from Harbor Freight or Deal Exchange. What is the cheapest real knife you have ever bought?

For me, it is $15. I was at a knife show, mesmerized by the ZT350 and drooling over a Sebenza, but lacking funds for either, when I saw the Kershaw OD-2. It was a close out. The box had been opened and the knife was a display, but everything was in working order and the edge was quite keen. The show was ending in about an hour and I asked the guy for the price. He gave me a price that was silly. I told him, I'd give him $15 flat. He said no. I walked away and did another loop around the show. On the way passed his table he snagged me and asked if it was cash. I said yes, and he...
[Flashlight Blog] Review - 4Sevens Preon Flashlights are Awesome! - bot Awesome, Flashlights, Preon, 4Sevens, Review, Blog,
Review - 4Sevens Preon Flashlights are Awesome!

Well, I had just tested out some 4Sevens Flashlights. The lights that I'd like to review first are the Preon series of flashlights. It is impressive at how they pack so much light in such a small package.

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A look at the Preon Series by 4Sevens.
I, like many of you, am constantly searching for a small, yet very bright flashlight, one that I can...
[RKBArms Blog] Springfield XD 9mm Service Model Review - bot Review, Model, Service, Springfield, Blog, RKBArms,
Springfield XD 9mm Service Model Review

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This is the XD 4 Service model chambered in 9mm Parabellum. It's too big for an EDC gun but it can be the occasional carry gun with the right holster. My primary use for the XD is for competition and home defense. I've fired approximately 700 rounds of various ammunition brands and only had malfunctions during the first couple hundred rounds. Most were stovepipes but a few times the slide did lock back after the last round was fired. This problem only happened using Tulammo which I no longer use. There is definitely a break-in...
[Flashlight Blog] Review - 4Sevens Maelstorm is a Blast! - bot Blast, Maelstorm, 4Sevens, Review, Blog, Flashlight,
Review - 4Sevens Maelstorm is a Blast!

I just got done testing the 4Sevens Maelstrom G5 and I can say that I am most impressed with this flashlight. In this review, I will share my thoughts about this excellent long-range tactical light.

4Sevens Maelstrom G5
The king of the 4Sevens product line, the Maelstrom G5 is the brightest, furthest shining, largest and most expensive flashlight that 4Sevens offers. Despite being the largest, however, the Maelstrom G5 is still small enough to be comfortably...
[Every Day Commentary] Spyderco Delica 4 Review - bot Review, Delica, Spyderco, Commentary, Every,
Spyderco Delica 4 Review

I owned a SAK Super Tinker when I was younger. It was the first knife I was given and I loved it. Then, senior year in high school, 1995 for me, my Dad went to Boston for a business trip and visited Stoddards in downtown Boston. When he was there he bought me a Spyderco Delica on the recommendation of the person behind the counter. It had a molded plastic clip, but other than that, it was pretty much the same knife we have today. That knife was my EDC from 1995 until 2003 when I mailed it to myself at a post office near a courthouse (I learned that lesson). The package arrived, obviously opened, and my Delica was gone. About six years later I purchased a Delica 4 at the Kittery Trading Post. Both were the combo edge version.

The Delica and Endura lines are among two of the oldest...
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