Spyderco added a new interpretation to its highly successful Para Military 2. The new for 2016 Para Military 2 Dark Blue is the company’s latest addition to its Dark Blue line of CPM S110V knives. In this review, I take readers through Spyderco’s Para Military progression, a philosophy the company calls continuous quality improvement…


We had the opportunity to review Streamlight’s latest addition to their TLR line. I’m consistently amazed by how much value this Pennsylvania company engineers into its tactical product line. Here’s a light that packs a whopping 800 lumens, preserves the original form factor of the TLR-1 so you don’t need to replace your $190 light bearing holster, is IPX7 compliant and will run for 1.7 hours continuously on 2 CR123A batteries. If you want a weapon mounted tactical light on steroids that’s an amazing value as well, read my review


This is one lady you don’t want to mess with. CRKT’s Clever Girl  is a member of the company’s Forged by War series. Its designer, Austin McGlaun, is a U.S. Army Iraq veteran with a flair for what I’ll call “intimidating” designs. Clever Girl is a reflection of his combat experience and CRKT’s exceptional quality and attention to detail.


Kestrel has made a number of improvements in the 5700 series Sportsman and Sportsman ELITE. The LiNK function is by far the most significant, and when paired with the Kestrel LiNK Ballistic App, the aggregate is truly empowering. The Sportsman and Sportsman ELITE delivers professional grade technology to the hunter and enthusiast. Read my review


The ProTac Rail Mount lights are Streamlight’s answer to Surefire’s M300B and M600U Scout lights, and what a Perry and Riposte they are.

Streamlight began shipping the ProTac Rail Mount 1 and 2, the company’s newest addition to their family of weapon mounted lights, in May. With their arrival, it is now possible to have all of the ProTac features on your favorite long gun.

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