Micro SERE Pouch
I have received this extended version (50mm x 25mm) of the Micro SERE Pouch by Law Industries and as always the quality is excellent.
There are two storage pockets and a loop for attaching cord, lanyards or a 30mm split ring . I have found that this pouch works exceptionally well with the SERE Black Ops V Cutter providing a secure carry option whilst protecting clothing and equipment from the two cutting blades. Other tools such as the Mini Bogota Ti Lock Picks can also be carried with this pouch.
For more gear like this a visit to the Law Industries store is recommended.
An extra security item for us, this is portable and very strong I just buy it to use it in Hotel rooms when I travel… for just $23 bucks is worth it! attached is the link to Amazon.
Apocalypse Loadout, Part VI: Tomahawk and D-Guard Bowie
My Apocalypse Loadout posts got a lot of great responses. One of my favorites is the two-weapon loadout of salvatore5000: a freaking D-Guard Bowie in one hand and an RMJ Tactical Tomahawk in the other.
That would be a seriously intimidating sight. You can wrap the lanyard of the hawk around your wrist and lay the hawk across your forearm to block and parry while the bowie does its grisly work. Using the lanyard, you can flip the hawk back into your hand for an unexpected strike. The bowie guard can be used for shattering punches in close, and either weapon has a solid pommel for vicious hammer blows. A very versatile loadout with threats from multiple angles.
Old post but trying to revive the conversation from gunsknivesgear. which will be yours???
Back in the United States, we don’t have the history of craftsmanship the Europe does when it comes to firearms. Sure we make some awesome functional firearms, but you don’t see the same artistry. We make rifles to use them, not admire them. In the Old World, they’ve been making guns so long that companies have had time to get bored with the process and start embellishing their designs, making them incredibly beautiful to look at as well as functional. One of those companies, Fuchs Fine Guns, has produced what is quite possibly the most beautiful rifle I’ve ever seen …
With shotguns, the pros figured out quite some time ago that an over/under design for the double barreled offerings is better than a side by side configuration. But with rifles, the over/under design isn’t really “done.” Side-by-side rifles are abundant for big game hunters, but over/unders are few and far between. Which makes Fuchs’ rifle rare among rare finds.
The rifle is chambered in .416 Rigby (I think…jetlag may have been getting to me) and is available with either a 2- or 4-round magazine. Which means either one or two rounds per barrel in the magazine. The gun is in the style of an African hunting rifle, and the caliber choice is in line with that kind of gun.
What I found really interesting is that the barrel (well, both of them) is free floating. This isn’t just a wall-hanger, it’s intended to actually perform its job. Fuchs pride themselves on making accurate guns, and by all accounts this rifle will produce a 1/2-inch group. At 300 yards.
The internals of the rifle are interesting as well. The gun uses a set of recessed extractor claws in the bolt face to remove spent cartridges, and due to the design of the bolt the locking lugs are located at the back instead of on the bolt face. The triggers are different too. They use a GLOCK-esque sear protector that allows them to set the trigger pull weight to a dangerously light level without having to worry about the gun discharging before the shooter pulls the trigger.
The magazine is the icing on the cake. Fuchs doesn’t do the engraving in house, but the people they use are top notch. This scene of a family of lions is absolutely beautiful and incredibly detailed, almost to the point where you’d have trouble figuring out which side of the rifle you’d prefer to display. And while the bolt handle on this specific rifle isn’t that ornate, they can fix that too.
Fuchs makes bespoke firearms – each rifle is custom made to the customer’s order. Ther’s no such thing as “production runs” and no SKUs, just what the customer wants. As you’d expect, the price tag for that kind of service is on real estate levels. I asked the rep how much that under/over rifle would cost, and he responded simply “400.” That’s not dollars. And it’s not hundreds of dollars, either. That’s 400,000 euros, or about $532,000.
So it’s a gun that will cost you as much as a Ferrari. But it’s worth every penny.
I love Fuchs’ work. Absolutely stunning in every way.
Blaze Orange Survival Tin Knife Kits Ready:
Well these have just touched down and they are now officially ready to go! This project started in January and this is a special limited edition run of the blades in a different steel and with this bright orange coating.
There are only five of the kits, and each one is hand assembled complete with a tin to help you get started but leave you room to expand the kit itself. The complete kits go on sale on Saturday in the store!
Many Thanks to everyone over at Riflecraft.co.uk for the cerakote and to everyone that has supported this project so well.
The store is available at Store.LawIndustries.co.uk
If you have any questions or need any help in the mean time please feel free to email me firstname.lastname@example.org.