In this video, Yugoslavian Tokarev- Zastava M57 Range Report, we take a look at that former nation’s version of the venerable Russian TT33 Tokarev design. This pistol is chambered in 7.62×25 (7.62 Tokarev), which packs a considerable amount of punch for a pistol round.
In this video, ATI Titan LW Officer Model- Budget 1911, we take a look at this single stack Officer model sized .45 acp pistol from American Tactical Imports. I traded my Canik TP9V2 for it at my local gun shop, who had it listed for $319. This budget 1911 comes with features you’d expect on much higher priced pistols, like an extended beavertail, round hammer, skeletonized trigger, and Novak-style sights! If you’re looking for a wallet friendly compact 1911, take a peek at the ATI Titan Lightweight!
Today we’re going to take a look at my Ruger EC9s range review! This compact yet powerful little 9mm pocket pistol comes close to hitting the perfect balance between concealability and firepower. As you may be able to tell, it lends itself well to pocket carry, but it can also ride in a belt holster very comfortably. Those interested in budget 9mm pistols for concealed carry could do far worse.
In this video we talk about and demonstrate what I think are the top 5 Bushcraft knots you need to know: the Timber Hitch, the Clove Hitch, the Trucker’s Hitch, the Bowline, and the Sheet Bend. With these five knots you can make just about any camp project!
In this video I go over how to make a raised bed super shelter, or at least MY version of how to do it! This type of shelter is very comfortable and easy to build, and is a great way to spend a night in your bushcraft camp!
In this video, Ruger Ec9s Review And Field Strip, I give you my first impressions of what I think is a contender for the title of King of the Budget Pistols, and I show you how to disassemble the thing. At first glance, I think this would make a great carry pistol for concealed carry on a budget, or a good choice for the first time gun buyer! It fits nicely in the role of a pocket pistol, and is almost unnoticeable on your belt.
In this video we will look at the technique for starting a fire with flint and steel. We talk about the tinder bundle, and about using the flint and steel to ignite an ember in char cloth, We then use that ember to produce flame. This is one survival skill that should be in every woodsman’s toolbox!
You can find the Flint and Steel set I used in the video HERE.
In this video we’ll go over the Pathfinder School Basic Class Equipment List, and what items I took with me for the Basic Survival class on October 12th through 14th, 2018. Dave Canterbury teaches that you should always take the “10 C’s of Survival” with you when you go into the woods- Cover, Cutting Tool, Container, Combustion Device, Cordage, Cloth and Repair items, Candling Device, Compass, Cargo Tape, and last but by no means least, a Compass.
In this video, Pathfinder School Basic Survival Class- Lessons Learned, I give an overview of my experience at the Pathfinder School, and talk about some of the things I learned, despite having to leave the class on the first night. I highly recommend this class, but there are some things that you NEED to know before you sign up… and more importantly, you need to take them SERIOUSLY!