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  1. To all my SoCal brothers and sisters and surrounding areas were having a gathering in April I've partnered up the Brady from the San Diego School of Survival and Ken from Prepare1 and were putting on a event called The Modern Mountain Man Rendezvous. Here is a link to the Meep Up page and a video link that describes what we plan to do.. I hope to see you all there! FaceBook Page: https://www.facebook.com/MMMRendezvous/ YouTube I made with info about the event.
  2. New video up on the channel! I re-profiled my Condor Primitive Bush Knife with my Work Sharp Blade Grinder Attachment.
  3. For those interested in backpacks I had a chance to do a side by side spec's run down of the IBEX 30 and the Khard 30. Let me know what you think of the two packs.
  4. Benjamin Marauder PCP Pistol .22 Cal Video Review

    These PCP airguns have really low recoil and shoot really well.
  5. Benjamin Marauder PCP Pistol .22 Cal Video Review
  6. Video Review Of The Benjamin Discovery .22 Cal Air Rifle. It's been awhile since I've been able to post any update here on the forum. Hope to be a bit more active this fall. Hope your all doing well.
  7. New toys came in!

    I'm looking forward to your thought's on this item. I've had my eye on it for a time now..
  8. I've had major issues with the Harbor Freight Fire Starter in the past.. I wouldn't want my life to depend on it starting a fire that's for sure. I'm in the same camp as you I like to buy good gear once.
  9. I did a shoot out video with the Doan Fire Bar vs The Harbor Freight Fire Bar to show folks a few more dollars spent may save your life.
  10. I've been using the Habilis BushTool a lot. I have a review on my YouTube channel where I to some field testing with it.. Great knife.
  11. I'm using a Samsung H300 camcorder. That's my woods camera. Sometimes I video with a GoPro Hero 2, and I'm learing on my Canon t3i. I know the camera was moving a lot but I wanted folks to see this stove with my eyes..
  12. I had a chance to talk to Johnny Barrett the inventor and owner of CaliBarrett. He said it's was really hard to find good quality USA made parts that were affordable. His belief was he wanted to build a 100% USA made item.. I think parts material and labor were a huge factor in the retail cost of the stove. With that said me personally I don't mind spending a few extra dollars to have it made here. I know folks are having a hard time with this economy but if one can afford it this stove will last a lifetime.
  13. Thanks Swede. I try to find useful items folks can use to be prepared not just for wilderness survival but for everyday events. When I talked to Johnny Barrett the inventor of the Bio Stove I was impressed with his passion to deliver a great American made product to folks so they could be better prepared or equipped to handle the crazy events that life will throw at us.