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Ballistics In The Palm of Your Hand

We’re looking at several ballistics apps that run on your smartphone, as well as a couple of standalone devices. Ballistics science meets point and click.

Ballistics In The Palm of Your Hand

We’re looking at several ballistics apps that run on your smartphone, as well as a couple of standalone devices. Ballistics science meets point and click.

Poaching Rhinos – Rhino GX

We came across the Rhino GX made by U.S. Specialty Vehicles, and since its California home base was close to HQ, we hit up the owners about driving one.

2009 Tomcar TM5 – Dirty Deeds

If at first blush you thought this was just another sandrail, dune buggy, or UTV, we regret to inform you that you couldn’t be more wrong.

Christini AWD 300

Persistence and innovation. No two words better describe Christini’s corporate philosophy than these.

2012 Ford SVT Raptor SuperCrew – Bug-Out Dino

When Victor Carrillo was building his ultimate bug-out vehicle, he knew it had to not only be agile on the blacktop and capable of housing his firearms, it also had to be a beast in the dirt.

VWERKS Recon – Military Buildup

While the game of brinkmanship is all about out-escalating your opponent, the tools on the Recon will ensure no one ever calls your bluff.

Wharncliffe Blades

You may be wondering what the best blades for self-defense are, if you ask Michael Janich, the answer is simple: a Wharncliffe.

1987 Land Rover – Dillon Defender

With the almost universal availability of the 1987 Land Rover, it was a natural choice as the basis for the Dillon Defender.

Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles

While not perhaps as well known as Fort Bennett or West Point, this museum is a must see for anyone interested in military vehicles, anti-tank weapons, or just happens to be a fan of M*A*S*H*.

Cold War RV – 1982 OT-90 JPJ

Let’s face it, who hasn’t fantasized about having their very own tank without being subject to the usual prerequisite of military service or stealing one from a National Guard armory?