TOPS STRYKER DEFENDER by André M. Dallaú
New fighter pays tribute to fallen heroes and gets deployed by today’s fast and deadly infantry.
SECRET AGENT SOG by Leroy Thompson
Replica of the fighter carried by CIA operatives in Vietnam…But this can’t be confirmed nor denied.
SNAP ATTACK! by Tim Stetzer
Snap-On Tools and GATCO do a full frontal assault on the world of EDC cutters for work, trail and defense.
BACKWOODS PERFECTION by Steven Dick
Living legend Cliff Jacobson creates a new sheath blade that covers all camp and trail bases to the max.
82ND AIRBORNE JUMPMASTER by John Larsen
Spyderco’s new JM—designed by Sal Glesser with input from elite U.S. Army Paratroopers—soars on duty.
PERFECT DOUBLE FOR TROUBLE by Ralph Mroz
When lives are on the line, first responders can rely on the Cold Steel Lawman and Buck Bravo tacticals.
EQUIPPED FOR SURVIVAL by Ralph Mroz
The author’s rough-around-the-edges PSK receives a serious Doug Ritter makeover!
ROLL YOUR OWN by Joe Flowers
Linville Knife and Tools’ 007 and Chinook kits turn anyone into a knife-making machine!
LEGEND’S LEGACY FIGHTS ON by Michael Janich
Boker A-F 5.5—The ultimate Kill or Be Killed blade gets perfected by the Colonel’s right-hand man.
BE WHARNED! by Dave Spaulding
BlackHawk’s new Janich-designed powerhouse folder is the everyman’s dream blade.
CLASS ACT TACTICALS by Steven Dick
The new Paul Poehlmann/Lone Wolf one-hander is a force to be reckoned with anywhere life takes you.
FARMHAND CHOPPERS by Reuben Bolieu
Three village-inspired blades of Southeast Asia—by way of David Farmer in Georgia, USA!
ON THE POINT by Steven Dick
SURVIVAL by Dan Shechtman
STREET SMARTS by Michael Janich
MAKE MINE AUTOMATIC by Anthony Lombardo
COLLECTOR’S CORNER by Steven Dick
KEEN EDGE by Steven Dick
HUNTING KNIVES by Durwood Hollis
KITCHEN CUTLERY by Steven Dick
BOOK & VIDEO REVIEWS by Steven Dick
THE STEEL BIN by Durwood Hollis
IT HAPPENED TO ME by John Elliott
FEATURES TOPS STRYKER DEFENDER by André M. Dallaú New fighter pays tribute to fallen heroes…
by Tactical-Life.com / Sep 21, 2009