Archive for September, 2011

Q&A Regarding Knives and Swords

Posted by Michael Ruiz on September 29th, 2011

Those who own knives and swords often have a lot of questions about them. They want to know what they can do to get the most out of these items, and they want to know all of the tips and tricks that others have learned along the way. These following are some of the most [...]

5 Tent Maintenance Tips

Posted by Michael Ruiz on September 26th, 2011

A tent is one of the most crucial pieces of survival gear in a long-term emergency situation. A quality tent can not only provide physical protection from the elements but the comfortable nature of a tent can offer an intangible psychological boost as well. In order for your tent to take care of you, you [...]

Rules For Hunting With Night Vision

Posted by Michael Ruiz on September 20th, 2011

Night vision can be very helpful when you are hunting, but you need to make sure that you do not break the law. If you do, you could face a large fine from the DNR officer who catches you. If an accident occurs while you are breaking the law and someone is hurt, you could [...]

Hunting Laws Regarding Caps and Hats

Posted by Michael Ruiz on September 15th, 2011

The caps and hats that you decide to wear while you are hunting might be able to make you compliant with the local laws. If you have never gone hunting before, you need to make sure that you understand these laws before you set foot in the forest. Hunting does not have to be dangerous, [...]

Choosing the Right Sleeping Bag For Your Backpack Trip

Posted by Michael Ruiz on September 11th, 2011

When choosing equipment for a camping trip, or even just a basic backpacking excursion, the primary factor is size and overall weight. The lighter the piece of equipment, the easier it will be to transport and manage during the course of the trip. When it comes to a quality sleeping bag, weight is not the [...]

Five Myths About Surveillance Equipment

Posted by Michael Ruiz on September 9th, 2011

You need to use your surveillance equipment properly if you want to be safe. Part of the process of doing this involves figuring out what is true when it comes to this military equipment and what is false. There are a lot of rumors floating around out there, some of which you have probably heard. [...]

Airsoft Weapons and Accessories: Five Tips For Winning Your Next Match

Posted by Michael Ruiz on September 3rd, 2011

Have you been struggling to win even with the airsoft weapons & accessories that you already own? The problem might be in those items, and it might be in the tactics that you are using. Airsoft is a very competitive game, and winning is difficult. It is important that you do not become too focused [...]