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The story of the Schrade tactical pen and airport security..

I recently travelled to IWA in Nuremberg, Germany. I always like to make sure I am prepared for general tasks and so I usually carry a flashlight, a knife and a tac-pen. I like the tac type pens as they are very rugged and tend not to break. They also tend to be weighty enough…

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Schrade MOE multipurpose demolition tool

A bit of an unusual item for review today at GnZ. The innovative team at Schrade have come up with this multitool on steroids. If you ever needed to have a one stop shop for breaking stuff then this is it! To be serious it actually has alot of practical applications. It is branded by…

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Modern T-hawks – Tactical and Practical?

In recent years the outdoorsmanship industry (shooting, hunting, hiking, climbing ect) has definitely become more inclined towards products that are described as “tactical”. I actually wrote a piece on the phenomenon called “The trend of tactical”. With seemingly every accessory offering a tac option (at a price) we should ask ourselves what does it offer…

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U.K. legal carry knives.

Knives featured in the article: Schrade/Uncle Henry “Rancher” Fantoni Dweller Spyderco UKPK Byrd Tern We are lucky enough to have readers and contributors from all over the world. While we aim to keep the flavour of our articles international there are some such as this one that could leave non English residents scratching their heads…

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Wilderness fixed blades.

We took a look at some rugged folding blades last week here at GnZ. In that group review I made it pretty clear that a fixed blade was the only way to go when it comes to building large shelters or breaking down decent sized firewood. Tasks such as batoning are really hard on the…

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