SB Tactical SBA3
Learn more about the new SB Tactical SBA3 [link to Designed for all platforms capable of accepting a mil-spec carbine receiver extension, the SBA3 is 5-position adjustable, dramatically enhances versatility, and features a minimalist design with an integral, ambidextrous QD sling socket.
- Minimalist design
- 5-position adjustable
- Includes mil-spec carbine receiver extension
- Integral, ambidextrous QD sling socket
- ATF compliant, US veteran designed and proudly made in the USA
- Product includes: brace, mil-spec carbine receiver extension, adjustable nylon strap
Emerson Knives Tactical Kwaiken
Learn more about the new Emerson Knives Tactical Kwaiken [link to https://emersonknives.com/shop/knives/tactical-kwaiken/ ]
“The Emerson Tactical Kwaiken is a stunning modern interpretation of the personal concealed side arm of the Samurai warrior, meant to be discreetly carried for extreme close and personal use. The Emerson Kwaiken is a knife any modern warrior could carry with ease and confidence.
A warrior of the Samurai class in Japan was bound by both oath and honor to never be unarmed. It was a way of life that demanded that one was never to be without his weapons so that if his lord or himself were ever attacked, he could defend himself or protect his lord with his life. The iconic Japanese sword, either Katana or Wakasashi, was the defining weapon of choice for the Samurai soldier in open battle.
However, in certain situations or environments, the use, or at times, the carry of a long sword was prohibited by either a lack of space or by strict social rules of etiquette. In order to never let oneself be unarmed, or without a “sword,” the ever vigilant and resourceful Samurai developed shorter and shorter versions of a personal carry weapon that could be carried or hidden inside the folds of the traditional kimono worn by these individuals. Shortened to a length of between eight to twelve inches, this dagger called the Kwaiken became the Samurai’s version of their everyday pocket knife. All the while in the hands of a skilled practitioner still being an extremely efficient weapon of self defense.
The Emerson folding Kwaiken has pulled that age old design screaming into the 21st century without losing or compromising any of those Samurai ideals. The blade design is a long, trailing, single edged dagger that is extremely fast and efficient while maintaining all of the sleek style and look of the original Samurai Kwaiken. With the addition of a deep finger choil, Emerson has improved the tactical application and safety by upgrading the design into a tactical version any modern user could carry in any situation. With the patented Emerson wave feature, this pocket Samurai sword will still be at your beck and call 24/7 and never leave you without honor or the disadvantage of ever being unarmed.”
Learn more about the new Morsel Spork [ link tohttps://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1706103125/morsel-spork ]
The Morsel is part spoon, part fork, part spatula, resulting in the world’s first… Sporkatula? Foonula? They couldn’t decide, so they decided to call it Morsel.
Hadron Gear wanted to design a better utensil that solved all the shortcomings they saw in conventional sporks and camping utensils. And after a year of serious sporking, they succeeded!
Eating should never be the crux of an adventure, so their goal was to make eating just a little bit easier, no matter what you’re eating out of.
Now you can scrape every last bit of food, every single time. More food in your stomach, less cleaning, and less waste.