Paracord accessories have been swamping the marketplace for some time, especially over the past few years. I get e-mails on a weekly basis about the latest survival bracelet or lanyard to the point where I can’t even keep up with most of them. When RattlerStrap reached out to me about their Titan Series Paracord Belt,… Read More
Made in the U.S.A.
A good portion of the knives and other products that we review are actually both made and manufactured in the United States. Below you'll find a collection of all of the reviews we've done of U.S.A. made products.
Please do let us know if there happens to be a product that you want reviewed, but that isn't already up here. Let us know by either commenting on a post or contacting us directly.
Buck has always been a fascinating company to me. They very rarely jump aboard new trends, and rather tend to trudge along doing their own thing. I don’t say this as a criticism at all, because clearly it works. A Buck knife is unapologetically a Buck knife. It’s curious (because it’s so rare) to handle a fixed… Read More
Way back when I first picked up the Kershaw Link, I had it placed in my Amazon cart as an afterthought, and a part of a (much) larger order of folding knives and other gear. While the price makes the Link the kind of knife you can just throw into a cart for the next time… Read More
If you’ve been around here for a while and the Hazard 4 Officer seems familiar to you, it should. I reviewed its (almost) identical sibling last year, and today we are checking out the traditional/non-sling pack day pack option (what a mouthful!). I had high expectations based on my general appreciation for Hazard 4’s gear, and they… Read More
The Buck Vantage was a interesting acquisition for me. In a lot of ways, I find it contrarian to my initial expectations of what a Buck knife should represent – after all, most people think of knives like the Buck 110 Folding Hunter or even the Buck 119 as representative of the Buck design ethos!… Read More