Warcat Tactical IWB MRDS and OWB MRDS Holsters.

December 18, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Over the last few years, we have seen a significant increase, year on year, of firearms sales. People are concerned about the state of the world we live in. The biggest growth in gun sales is in the personal self defense category where men and an increasing amount of women are obtaining their LTC (License To Carry) / CCL (Concealed Carry License),...
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What's coming in 2022 !

December 15, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Hi, I just wanted to post a little update on the end of 2021 what's coming to the blog in 2022. As 2021 comes to a close, we have recently added links to the products we have reviewed. These links are accessible by clicking the word HERE in the specific section of each review. Clicking on HERE will take you to an Amazon Affiliate link where you wi...
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The TEGE Universal Double Magazine Holder

December 12, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
In today's blog, we'll take a look at another offering from the TEGE Holster company. This time it's an outside the waistband (OWB) universal fitment magazine holder. There are two versions available from TEGE, the single magazine version and this one, the Universal Double Magazine Holder. Made from the same injected polymer as the other holster o...
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TEGE Holsters (IWB) Inside Waistband Concealed Carry Holster

December 04, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
In my last post, I reviewed the Tege Holsters Tactical OWB Paddle Holster (Glock 19, 19X, 23, 32, 44, 45 (Gen 1-5). From the moment I unboxed it, it impressed. Yes, there was one potential con I noted but until the holster can be put under a tough barrage of tactical scenerios, it scores high in the design and functionality of a tactical holster. I...
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TEGE Holsters. The Tactical OWB Paddle Holster (Glock 19, 19X, 23, 32, 44, 45 (Gen 1-5) Review

November 06, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
As many firearm owners know, the search for a good fitting, practical and comfortable pistol holster can be a severe headache and will most likely result in the outlay of a large amount of mulah, wonga, dosh, reddies, greenbacks, dollars, whatever term you wish to use for money...and the accumulation of a number of ill-fitting, impractical and unco...
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Emergency Preparedness: The Setpower AJ50 Portable Fridge/Freezer (53 Quart)

September 05, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
In our latest Emergency Preparedness product evaluation series, we look at an option to keep your food & drink fresh and fit to consume away from your regular base or even at home when a disaster strikes. A little while back we were sent a Setpower Portable 53 quart Fridge/Freezer to evaluate for our Emergency Preparedness series. Like most produc...
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Emergency Preparedness: The ER10 Emergency Alert AM FM Weather Radio by Midland USA

January 28, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
I recently reviewed the ER210 E+READY® Compact Emergency Crank Wx Radio by Midland USA for our Emergency Preparedness blog. A very capable, useful piece of equipment that can be appreciated by so many, and used in so many different fields. The backpacker, the adventurer, the prepper, the student and even the homebodies out there. To complement t...
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Midland X-Talker Extreme Dual Pack T77VP4 & GXT1000VP4 FRS/GMRS Radios Review

November 30, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
In our last blog, we gave a brief overview on FRS and GMRS radios, how they are used in everyday activities, how they can be utilized to great effect in your personal emergency preparedness plan and in actual emergency situations. In this blog, we are going to review two examples of Midland FRS and GMRS radios. X-Talker Extreme Dual Pack T77VP5...
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An introduction: FRS and GMRS radios

November 30, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Imagine the scene, you're the unfortunate victim of a storm, a winter white out, or a tropical hurricane that affects you at the local or maybe regional level. Your power is out, you have no cell service and of course, you need to contact someone... check on a loved one, or worse, you need the assistance of the emergency services. What do you do?...
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Emergency Preparedness: The ER210 E+READY® Compact Emergency Crank Wx Radio by Midland USA

October 27, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
The first in our series of Emergency Preparedness blogs delves into the subject of communications … and what you can do if you lose it. During my 15 years living in East Texas, I’ve experienced the effects of 7 major hurricanes and tropical storms that have caused substantial damage to property and infrastructure across my local region. Following...
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Future Blog subjects

October 07, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
A little update with reference to our last blog and some of the content coming in future blogs. One of the subjects we'll be covering is Emergency Preparedness. No, not for the zombie apocalypse, not yet anyway. As we are based in East Texas, we have endured our fair share of hurricanes and tropical storms that play havoc with essential services...
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product reviews ... coming soon

October 01, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Today's blog is going to be a little shorter than recent posts……consider it more of a "heads up" or an FYI instead of the previous photo shoot or image storylines. As a purchaser and end user of equipment or a process, I’m always looking for reviews of potential new gear/equipment purchases and instructional articles or videos on how to do somethi...
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How it all started...part 2

December 08, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Today we carry on the story of my journey through photography, from the film to digital formats. More specifically, camera bodies where I detailed my early days of 110 film Instamatics through the progression into Single Lens Reflex cameras with Chinon and onto more professional grade Canon SLR film bodies. The previous post left off with me at th...
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How it all started...

November 13, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Welcome back … today’s blog is a little departure from my previous posts. As I constantly look for ways to keep the blog fresh and interesting, I’m aware that some of you may want different types of photographic content other than image reviews. When I first started in photography (MANY moons ago) it was film and slides … no digital. My first came...
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A man, a Mustang and 43 years...Part 2

November 14, 2018  •  1 Comment
In this new blog entry, we continue the story of Conrad, his love of the Mustang and his life after the destruction of his beloved 1967 bronze, black vinyl top, 289 Mustang. Image Info: Olympus OMD-EM5, Zuiko 12-40 @ 15mm, 1/250 sec @ f22, Lighting: Dynalite Baja B4, Cheetah 12x36 Stripbox "Following on from that fateful night and the destr...
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