Category: Reviews

Ruike M51 Multifunction Knife

When I was about 9 years old I had a yearning for a multifunctional knife. I was already the proud owner of a slip joint pen knife emblazoned with Disney’s Goofy on the scale. The knife went everywhere with me as I explored the wooded areas around the local neighbourhood with my friends. My local…

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Sniper Hider

If you have ever shot scoped rifles in direct sunlight you will be aware that it can sometimes be a big problem. It can be a struggle to see anything with glare on the lens. Scope manufacturers will often sell a tube which screws onto the front of the scope. These act as a sunshade…

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MecArmy X7S multifunction EDC

During my trip to SHOT 18 earlier this year I spent quite a bit of time trying to find products and companies that might interest GnZ readers. One of the Exhibitors that caught my eye was a new name to me – MecArmy. They had some beautifully crafted EDC items which were drawing admiration and…

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Nextorch – Three products I cannot do without..

I have used quite a lot of lighting options over the years. From night fishing, camping, hunting and the standard winter evening dog walks I have always had a need for decent illumination. In mid 2017 I picked up some new products from Nextorch which I liked and planned to review and they have since…

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Florian Knives Vorax fixed blade

I came to hear about Florian knives about a year ago. I was looking through some popular models from the Blade 2017 show and happened across Florian. I took a look at the company information online and was really pleased to see Florian Knives and Tools is a family owned business. I was also somewhat…

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Flippers – Maserin Pitbull and Tekut Tiburon

If I had to choose my all time favourite type of knife for general use it would be a smooth flipping folder. There is something really pleasing as the blade deploys with a with a graceful SNICK! The design seems simple yet in practice a truly smooth and robust flipper requires careful design and precise…

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Nextool Dino Bone Pen

I am a big fan of the Tactical Pen. Now I am not so keen on the term “tactical” as a marketing tool but I am not sure how else to describe the pens which are sold as such. Usually the pens are made of metal and feature a glass breaking tip. They often look…

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Scope Mounts.

Scope mounts are probably everyones least favourite subject. Unless you are Nerdy.. I am. I wrote a whole article on Torque settings entitled “Lets talk about Torque”. It surprised me that popular demand hasn’t prompted the sequel “Look who’s torqueing”.. Anyway I digress.. Scope mounts…. We all spend a hell of a lot of money…

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When beauty meets beast – OKC Cerberus folder

Every so often an item catches my eye simply because it looks stunning. This was the case with Ontario Knife companies new Cerberus folding knife. While scanning through models destined for Blade show 2017 I stumbled across the Cerberus and was keen to see if the function lived up to the form.  Features  The first…

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Sharpening Knives – finally a solution that works every time.. 

So I have a confession to make.. despite owning lots of knives I have always struggled to get them consistently sharp.. Sometimes I got lucky and other times they ended up blunter than they were before.. The struggle is real! It turns out I am not alone. A lot of guys I speak to have…

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