I must admit
I enjoy hunting
I enjoy being up before the sun on a brisk day deep in the woods
away from humanity with no one for miles except for one of my best friends and I
sitting still and listening to all the animals of various sizes and the wind through the trees
walking in the footsteps of my ancestors
I enjoy eating meat that I harvested because it tastes better when you know where it came from and there is a certain pride in being able to provide for yourself
2:34 pm • 21 November 2013 • 63 notes
wekeepongroovin said: hey man which gas mask do you recommend me to buy? one that works and might keep me safe
I actually don’t know that much about gas masks, I really need to do more research myself but I just recently picked up a new Israeli Civilian gas mask and it seems pretty solid and it was cheap, came with a new filter and a drinking straw and it seems to take NATO standard filters so it’s easy to get new ones.
10:55 am • 13 September 2013 • 8 notes
NAGATAC Crossfire Hunting Survival Arrowhead Card
10:01 pm • 22 July 2013 • 227 notes
If you are into Post Apocalyptic movies like The Road or if you play the Fallout game series I suggest checking out this movie.
It’s a 2011 German movie called Hell. I randomly found it on Netflix and it is really really good.
1:29 pm • 31 January 2013 • 60 notes
Rebloging for the cool shades
(avoid OPs blog it’s spam for days)
2:37 am • 16 January 2013 • 961 notes
Apparently my queues weren’t set correctly, so there’s been some inactivity over the weekend. Won’t happen again.
Enjoy this classic gear.
I have that knife at the bottom, not to be a stickler, but that’s an anachronism.
(I was a reenenactor so silly stuff like that bothers me lol)
2:59 pm • 7 January 2013 • 54 notes
Rather odd picture. It shows a soldier with the Korean Daewoo K1 but with a much shorter barrel and side-folding skeleton stock. Only a handful of nations adopted the two Korean firearms in limited service. Most K1’s have a collapsible wire type stock that slides along the side of the receiver, much like the HK collapsible stock. Interestingly the K1 is more akin to the AR-15 because it uses direct gas impingement, standard AR mags and 5.56x45mm. The K2 rifle dumps the direct gas impingement in favor of a piston.
Not gonna lie, I really want a deawoo.
3:56 pm • 6 January 2013 • 18 notes
GB MP5 7.62x25
A custom built MP5 chambered in 7.62x25mm Tokarev. It uses PPSh 35-round magazines. It has an extended, permanently attached flash hider to maintain non-SBR length. GB stands for GhillieBear, a well-known HK gunsmith on the HKPro forums. He no longer builds these so the 12 or so he built are all that’s out there. This is not a simple build, the barrels were specifically made for it.
6:40 pm • 17 December 2012 • 257 notes
Old & New
A classic German pistol, the Walther PPK, alongside it’s newer polymer descendant, the Walther PPS. Whereas most of the older PPK’s were usually in .32 or .380 ACP, the PPS is chambered in 9mm. As much as I like newer guns, if I was offered a choice between the two, I’d pick the PPK, just so much history behind it.
I like that thumb ridge, those are really nice grips.
7:34 pm • 15 December 2012 • 129 notes
One of the rarer SKS variants out there. The rough estimate on how many remain in the world is about 6,000; majority were destroyed by the Albanian government. It’s unique from other SKS models for a few reasons. It has a slightly longer upper handguard, two trapdoors in the stock instead of one for cleaning kits, and most distinct of all is the AK-style charging handle. Also note that the sling attachement is on the side of the stock, not under it. Worth collecting if you find one.
I should have bought the last one of these I found, but I could’t justify buying two rare SKS’s in one go lol
8:21 pm • 11 December 2012 • 55 notes
4 different and distinct calibers from left to right; .223, 6.5 Grendel, 6.8 SPC, .458 SOCOM and .50 Beowulf.
Someone should make a lever action in .458 or .50 Beowulf.
8:58 pm • 30 November 2012 • 85 notes
Feather Industries AT-22,
Made by Feather Industries, the AT-22 is a .22 long rifle semi auto carbine that is marketed as a gun for hiking, camping, and survival. It is lightweight and compact, made of mostly stamped metal, with a collapsible stock. The barrel can also be removed and it comes with a carrying case. New carbines are currently being produced in 9mm, .357 SIG, .45acp, 10mm, and .460 Rowland.
I would love one of these in 9mm any idea what they are going to retail for?
11:11 pm • 5 November 2012 • 119 notes
ACE Hammer Stock
An odd, if not interesting stock option for your AR (or any rifle with AR stock adapter). The Hammer is a 7 position collapsible stock with a built-in “skull-crusher”. ACE Ltd recommends using the door breacher / “skull-crusher” when the stock is fully collapsed, not extended. The cheek riser is elevated in the pictures, normally you can charge your AR if it’s been lowered. To charge your AR with the cheek riser elevated the stock has to be in the 6th or 7th position.
I think I’ll pass on this part for the AR build too…
I am pretty sure my skull could destroy this thing.
5:08 pm • 29 October 2012 • 39 notes
A pair of suspected drug traffickers in Rio de Janeiro pose with tools of the trade. Interesting to see a cut-down Ruger Mini-14. A couple of AR’s for the other guy. Ya never know what you’ll find in the favela.
(AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
dat Ruger mini
12:44 am • 3 October 2012 • 30 notes