Gerber Ding Dong Breaching Tool

If  you ever need to get through a door easily, you need a sledgehammer, a pry bar, and a battering ram. Combine these three tools in one; and you get the Ding Dong Breaching Tool. The big hammer head comes with a cross hatching that can bite into any surface it smashes against. Its special design is made for the maximum effect and minimum slip. The pry bar is enlarged and can wedge into any door frame. The fiberglass handle of the Ding Dong breaching tool creates the perfect no-slip grip. 

If  you ever need to get through a door easily, you need a sledgehammer, a pry bar, and a battering ram. Combine these three tools in one; and you get the Ding Dong Breaching Tool. The big hammer head comes with a cross hatching that can bite into any surface it smashes against. Its special design is made for the maximum effect and minimum slip. The pry bar is enlarged and can wedge into any door frame. The fiberglass handle of the Ding Dong breaching tool creates the perfect no-slip grip. 

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KUT Ambrosia Maple/Turquoise Knife

Each KUT knife is hand forged individually, which is why every blade has a little different appearance. Made of Ambrosia Maple,  the handle is ergonomically shaped, and is assembled with multiple strips put together – just like a butcher block. The New Zealand made Svörd blade is hair splitting sharp, and will develop a natural finish over time due to a protective layer of carbon that protects it from rust.

Each KUT knife is hand forged individually, which is why every blade has a little different appearance. Made of Ambrosia Maple,  the handle is ergonomically shaped, and is assembled with multiple strips put together – just like a butcher block. The New Zealand made Svörd blade is hair splitting sharp, and will develop a natural finish over time due to a protective layer of carbon that protects it from rust.

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Backyard Ballistics

Clear instructions, diagrams, and photographs show how to build projects ranging from the simple match-powered rocket to the more complex tabletop catapult and the offbeat Cincinnati fire kite. The classic potato cannon has a new evil twin—the piezo-electric spud gun and the electromagnetic pipe gun has joined the company of such favorites as the tennis ball mortar. With a strong emphasis on safety, the book also gives tips on troubleshooting, explains the physics behind the projects, and profiles scientists and extraordinary experimenters such as Alfred Nobel, Robert Goddard, and Isaac Newton. This book will be indispensable for the legions of backyard toy-rocket launchers and fireworks fanatics who wish every day was the fourth of July.

Clear instructions, diagrams, and photographs show how to build projects ranging from the simple match-powered rocket to the more complex tabletop catapult and the offbeat Cincinnati fire kite. The classic potato cannon has a new evil twin—the piezo-electric spud gun and the electromagnetic pipe gun has joined the company of such favorites as the tennis ball mortar. With a strong emphasis on safety, the book also gives tips on troubleshooting, explains the physics behind the projects, and profiles scientists and extraordinary experimenters such as Alfred Nobel, Robert Goddard, and Isaac Newton. This book will be indispensable for the legions of backyard toy-rocket launchers and fireworks fanatics who wish every day was the fourth of July.

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Finex Cast Iron Skillets

The cast iron skillet has been used for cooking for hundreds of years. If you haven't cooked a steak in one you are missing out! There's nothing like cooking in cast iron. Back in 2012 Finex set out to make the classic cast iron skillet more functional and they succeeded on that with their line of skillets. As you can see they started by changing the shape into an octagon giving you 6 different options for pouring. Then they took the handle and created a stainless steel spring handle that dissipates heat and fits nicely in the hand. Finex proudly makes their skillets in the Pacific Northwest, USA. As with every item on The Man's Man click the link below to purchase. For your viewing pleasure we have included a video.

The cast iron skillet has been used for cooking for hundreds of years. If you haven't cooked a steak in one you are missing out! There's nothing like cooking in cast iron. Back in 2012 Finex set out to make the classic cast iron skillet more functional and they succeeded on that with their line of skillets. As you can see they started by changing the shape into an octagon giving you 6 different options for pouring. Then they took the handle and created a stainless steel spring handle that dissipates heat and fits nicely in the hand. Finex proudly makes their skillets in the Pacific Northwest, USA. As with every item on The Man's Man click the link below to purchase. For your viewing pleasure we have included a video.

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Rhino Laces

You trek in the sun, splash through a shallow river, walk in the snow, and roam in the wilderness… your shoelaces can only take so much. If you don’t want your shoelaces to snap and leave you stranded, you need Rhino laces – the only laces in the world that DO NOT break. You can try to break them, burn them, chop them, or destroy them – but they just don’t give up. If somehow, you manage to break these laces, the company will replace them for free. So if you’re stuck somewhere without any options, you can use them to secure your gear or use them as a pull-cord and they won’t break. 

You trek in the sun, splash through a shallow river, walk in the snow, and roam in the wilderness… your shoelaces can only take so much. If you don’t want your shoelaces to snap and leave you stranded, you need Rhino laces – the only laces in the world that DO NOT break. You can try to break them, burn them, chop them, or destroy them – but they just don’t give up. If somehow, you manage to break these laces, the company will replace them for free. So if you’re stuck somewhere without any options, you can use them to secure your gear or use them as a pull-cord and they won’t break. 

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Lionsteel TS1 Titanium

The TS1 has been modeled, perfected, and refined keeping the Lionsteel tradition in mind. It has an ergonomic design, and the handle fits nicely in the hand, offering a full grip. The texture of the handle adds traction, and comes with soft and smooth corners. The notch in the handle is just the right spot to place your thumb for the perfect grip. The blade has a rectangular hole, which makes it easy for the user to open the knife. 

The TS1 has been modeled, perfected, and refined keeping the Lionsteel tradition in mind. It has an ergonomic design, and the handle fits nicely in the hand, offering a full grip. The texture of the handle adds traction, and comes with soft and smooth corners. The notch in the handle is just the right spot to place your thumb for the perfect grip. The blade has a rectangular hole, which makes it easy for the user to open the knife. 

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How To Survive The End Of The World As We Know It

Ever wondered what will happen when the world comes to a halt? The reason can be anything – a terrorist attack, a flu pandemic, or any other crisis – how will you survive when there are no lightening fast telecommunication systems or store shelves bulging with groceries? James W. Rawles, a former U.S. Army Intelligence Officer and the brains behind the SurvivalBlog, brings the ultimate collection of tips and strategies to survive any emergency. The book offers a challenge and a response. Can you survive the end of the world as we know it? If not, we have what you’ll need to know.

Ever wondered what will happen when the world comes to a halt? The reason can be anything – a terrorist attack, a flu pandemic, or any other crisis – how will you survive when there are no lightening fast telecommunication systems or store shelves bulging with groceries? James W. Rawles, a former U.S. Army Intelligence Officer and the brains behind the SurvivalBlog, brings the ultimate collection of tips and strategies to survive any emergency. The book offers a challenge and a response. Can you survive the end of the world as we know it? If not, we have what you’ll need to know.

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