October 1, 2020

Gear

Spyderco Tenacious Review

I held a Facebook poll to see which review everyone wanted first for knives…the Tenacious took the lead, so here we are! The Tenacious is a knife that I had picked up slightly before the Ontario Rat 1…I liked it too much… and then bought the Rat 1 to beat up hardcore. Depending on how much value you put into pocket knives, the Tenacious is going to be seen as a budget option by most since it comes in right under $40 typically.

Vortex Strikefire II & Vortex 3X’s Magnifier Review

The bottom line is, the EOTech went in the trash and I needed a reliable optic system that was rugged and could handle stress. I needed something I could rely on that was too difficult to operate. After studying various optic systems and reading many reviews, I chose the Vortex Strikefire II and the Vortex 3X magnifier. The Strikefire II and 3X’s magnifier combined cost less than one EOTech 512. I could not be happier with this optic system.

Streamlight TLR-7 Review; Viable?

The Streamlight TLR-7 hit the market in 2018 and gained traction like wildfire. I was one of the people that was highly anticipating it due to its size to output ratio. When I got it in for review I already began seeing issues with the light, not in performance, but in function. Below I’ll be going over the specifications of the light and a summarized review of what’s in the YouTube video.

Ontario Rat 1 Review

Budget knives are a point of interest for many, me included. We want an EDC knife that isn’t just going to shatter on us under any kind of abuse, is cheap to replace, and doesn’t break within a year’s time of use. This was the exact intent of the Ontario Rat 1, as when I bought it I had just began a job as an animal caretaker. Sure enough, over the last few years the Rat 1 has really proven itself as an excellent budget option.

Streamlight MicroStream Review

Shortly after giving a friend my Streamlight Stylus Pro, I realized that I was missing an important part of my EDC, a not-so-bright light that I can just pull out fast for inspection purposes. I had already been looking at the MicroStream due to it’s size and price; for $15 and Streamlight’s reputation how could one go wrong?

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