Archive for August, 2011

Surveillance Equipment and Your Babysitter’s Behavior

Posted by Michael Ruiz on August 30th, 2011

It simply isn’t possible to watch over your children twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. The fact of the matter is, parents need time away from their children in order to keep themselves stable. It’s not because they don’t love their children, but because they need to do things on their own in order to maintain a sense of identity, and to keep their love life intact.

Special Forces Gear: Three Myths About Collecting

Posted by Michael Ruiz on August 26th, 2011

Collections of special forces gear exist all across the world. These are compiled by collectors who love the history of the gear, who want to have it from all different time periods so that they can compare them and see how the gear has progressed.

Have you ever messed up buying knives or swords? Many consumers are suckered into grabbing a “cool looking” knife or sword when shopping for a blade, and chances are that maybe you have made this same mistake at some point.

Airsoft Weapons and Accessories: Myths About Playing Airsoft

Posted by Michael Ruiz on August 17th, 2011

Airsoft weapons and accessories are used for a fun game that combines the thrill of competition with athletic prowess. The basic idea is similar to paintball, with different players being given Airsoft weapons & accessories that they then have to use to shoot the other players. The guns shoot small pellets that are made of a rubber-like plastic.

The U.S. Special Forces team is an immense network of highly specialized, highly trained soldiers–its members representing every branch of the U.S. Armed Forces. Commonly referred to as ‘spec ops’, these soldiers use specialized knowledge, rugged tactical and survival gear, high grade weapons and artillery, and surveillance equipment and methods, and various other military gear and equipment to complete their missions around the world.

Hiking is an ideal way to get out into nature and experience the world; it is also an awesome way to get some exercise and stay physically fit. Unfortunately, it can be rather dangerous. You will be out away from civilization, moving through the unpredictable wilderness. The following at the top ten things you should have to make sure you are safe.

There are five primary criteria for a back-up knife: Utility, durability, reliability, weight, and carry. Finding a stock, off-the-shelf, TO&E back-up blade is not going to happen. There are too many variables that aren’t accounted for in a MIL-SPEC solution. You’re going to have to bite the bullet and be prepared to spring some serious [...]