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Grip Stippling

Grip Stippling

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Grip stippling is a way to enhance the texture of slick or less aggressive synthetic grips for better purchase. It is a way to customize the feel of a firearm or knife providing more security and traction. Using the fine, broad or chisel point tips on a soldering iron, heat is applied, plastics or polymers are melted and with ti[…] Continue Reading

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Announcing: Urban Survival Giveaway

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We’re happy to present to you the second of many giveaways to come on joellambert.com. Brought to you by Kilimanjaro Gear, a brand-new company with a fantastic tactical line, Not only will you get a sick prize package, but you’ll be the very first one around to have the kit! To sweeten the pot, we’ll be adding […] Continue Reading

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Dropped Blade Protocol

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In an escape and evasion scenario, losing gear while you’re on the run is not an option as it is a clear sign of your presence in an area. In a survival scenario, lost gear could mean losing your chances of rescue and this is why tethering certain equipment like mirrored signaling devices is recommended. In combat survival, thes[…] Continue Reading

The Madumi Knife by Winkler Knives

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If you’ve seen the show Lone Target, you know Former Navy SEAL Joel Lambert takes his escape and evasion missions seriously. Each movement is calculated and attention to detail is observed. Gear is chosen based on mission specific needs and there must not be any chance for failure overlooked. There is no surprise then that the k[…] Continue Reading

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E&E kits: How to make Your Life suck a little bit less.

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In a perfect world, I’d always have precisely the right tools for whatever bind I’d find myself in, and conveniently, no more than I’d need. That way I’d always have exactly what was useful to survive and escape, signal and navigate my way back to safety and also have a bit of comfort and convenience while doing it, without carr[…] Continue Reading

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Attack Recognition – What’s Normal? What’s Abnormal?

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If you wanted to summarize Attack Recognition into one phrase it would be as follows: Know what’s Normal for the environment you are traveling through and look for what is Abnormal. Every place has its own “Norms” as far as activities go and every culture has its own societal norms as far as what behaviors are acceptable in a gi[…] Continue Reading