Know Your Weapons: History and Evolution of the Karambit

History and Evolution of the Karambit

 

Even though they look bad ass, I do not recommend the Karambit as a EDC.

It’s a Special Purpose Knife that requires some training to use Properly and Effectively.

 

Know your Knives: The Wicked Ulu

The Wicked ULU Knife

 

Who would not want to own an ancient blade design that resembles a Saber-tooth tiger fang?

Keen Insights: Let’s Talk Lock-Blades

Keen Insights: Let’s Talk Lock-Blades

 

If you carry a folder around, this is a great article to read and consider.

I replaced my folder with a small fixed blade years ago.

Prepare Accordingly!

 

All Things Tomahawk

Who Needs A Tomahawk?

 

A collection of links involving their history and practical use.

I own several flavors of tomahawks, my favorite being a Rifleman’s Hawk.

Besides being an exceptional CQ Weapon, they are also an extremely practical piece of kit to have.

It’s not surprising that most all of your early mountain men carried one in their belt.

Non-Permissive (Non-Metallic) Weapons

POCKET PREPS: NONMETALLIC WEAPONS

SEVEN STEALTHY TOOLS FOR SELF-DEFENSE IN NON-PERMISSIVE ENVIRONMENTS

 

We live in a hyper-security conscious world for the most part. Metal detectors and body scanners are popping up everywhere now, even in the most unlikely of places. Combine this with traveling overseas to countries where personal weapons are strictly forbidden and illegal and the armed civilian needs to have a SOLID plan for these types of scenarios so he does not find himself with just his johnson in his hand when the shit goes down.

I highly recommend Ed Calderon’s Site, Ed’s Manifesto for further reading on this subject.