- LIEMKE Thermal Optics GMbH introduced the Keiler thermal monocular to the U.S. market. The imager has interesting capabilities including ranging and heat tracking. I should have a comprehensive review for you mid-June.SIG SAUER’S ROMEO 7S is a winner for SIG'S ELECTRO-OPTICS Group. Everything from price point to performace and features are on target. Review in progress.SIG SAUER introduced the ROMEO 7S 2 MOA red dot sight. The ROMEO 7S gives you 9 daytime and 2NV settings on a single AAA with a runtime of 50,000 hrs. Read my review mid May www.twobirdsflyingpub.comStreamlight's TLR RM2 Laser. A low-profile laser-light combo to adorne your favorite carbine. 1000 lumens to light up your night.OTIS TECHNOLOGY has assembled a professional pistol cleaning kit that is Glock centric. The kit includes everything but the kitchen sink. Check out my upcoming review at www.twobirdsflyingpub.comStreamlight's WEDGE is part of my EDC répertoire. Its ergonomics make it comfortable and accessible. There's no longer an acceptable excuse for being in the dark. Review coming this April
Tag Archives: Hissatsu
If you favor knife designs heavily influenced by Samurai feudal art form, James Williams and Columbia River Knife and Tool are for you. James Williams’ collaborations with CRKT have resulted in some fabulously successful offerings that include the Sakimori, Hissatsu, … Continue reading
Ken Onion’s Foresight™ is typical Onion throughout, a slight recurve, full belly and a modified drop point make this all purpose design ideal for EDC. The blade is 3.5 inches in length and .16 inches in thickness translating to an … Continue reading
This very concept of “IPON”, so to speak, permeates CRKT’s Hissatsu Folder™. Simplicity with a purpose captured in the Kanji translation of its name Hissatsu – “strike”. The Hissatsu folder is a collaborative effort between James Williams and Columbia River … Continue reading
This month, I’ll take a look at two outstanding folding knives from two great companies, Benchmade’s Ti-Fender and Columbia River Knife & Tool’s Hissatsu. Two great knives to meet very different needs.