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Our Friends

The unspoken benefit of starting your own business is meeting and interacting with all kinds of awesome folks. Take a moment to follow these links to businesses that are owned and operated by some great people. I am sure you will appreciate the gear they make or the services they provide.

This is the home of the "Boreal" shirt, an incredible piece of gear you may have seen featured on some recent survival shows. Jason also offers some great knives and other outdoor related products.

Bush Craft Outfitters

A veteran owned/operated business, Guy and Terry offer great tarps and a variety of solid outdoor products.  These guys also run the forum over at Bush Craft USA.

Great folks, great ammo, great prices! Keep an eye on these guys as they have lots of exciting things going on, including the not too distant future release of some new handgun platforms!


All kinds of the goodness of wool going on here! Jackets, gloves, boots, anoraks, etc... Kevin is indeed a mad scientist!

Chris is a former Marine and solid American so check out his site for all kinds of awesome gear. I built the "Mother" canteen carrier around his Titanium Canteen Kit, what else can you say...  

This is a great outdoor range located out in the country south of Duluth near Mahtowa, MN.  If you live up this way, I highly recommend you consider becoming a member.

A lot of places will simply try to up-sell you on a firearm or the help is not very familiar with handguns in general.  Not the case here. Check out their website and give Jeff a call for your next handgun purchase.

Like many DIY'ers, I play around with Kydex and I can make a sheath that "works." Brian, on the other hand, makes "Works of Art." Check out his hand-crafted knife sheaths.

Ben is another great source for Bushcraft and Survival tools...  "Lo, then would I wander far off, and remain in the wilderness."  





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