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  1. So if a review database returns, is it likely we'll have to repost our reviews/products (if so I'm glad I saved 90% of them in a word.doc)? I ask because the 10% I didn't save I'd find time to rewrite while I wait for the system to return.
  2. I've waited a good month but I gotta say something; what happened the review database? We put alot of effort into that, I had a good 35-36 detailed, fully pictured reviews on there, Orca had hundreds, and what? Poof? Gone? Is it ever going to come back the way it was or are we going to have to reupload all our products... or is it gone for good? I've tried to find answers but I really couldn't.
  3. Makes me miss my G26...
  4. I thought the M4 was, I recognized the body. I personally think the KA is one of the best stock M4 AEG's ever made.
  5. Aww, finally someone else who understands the beauty in simplicity lol. Whose the Maker? KA?
  6. I'm a Met's fan, so I take offense to that Generally I get compared to Adam Sandler though lol.
  7. Even the SPAS? Classic soft rarity lol.
  8. You don't happen to know a Rick Tubbs do you?
  9. How's the action? I've always had auto's that wear on me which is why I always get regular folders (I opted out of getting the auto Mark I even though I have the MilID to buy one) but I have wanted an H&K knife from the day I found out they made them.
  10. The weapon part of it was based primarily on disarming and countering hand to hand weapons, as in how to use a knife wielding attacker's own weapon against him.
  11. It's an Army thing. Close Quarter's Combat Certified Level II, it's the Army's hand-to-hand combat training. All troops take level one in basic, and officers generally are expect to take Level 2 and level 3 is invitation only based on you're unit, although West Pointer's do get to go on occasion. Level 2 has a whole week of Knife combat though that's really interesting. It's kinda like the Marine Hand-to-Hand only we don't hand out special colored belts lol.
  12. I know, I did it for the pictures only, I already got my CQC Level 2 Qual. so I know how to handle a knife lol. And I choose the MOD because I already had a few CRKT's that I loved and me and Benchmade never got along (every knife they've ever made just is... meh looking to me) and I love the way the MOD I looks.
  13. My new Blackhawk! MOD Mark I knife
  14. That is a beautiful pig lol
  15. Be luck we don't know you're address... I am truly jealous. Hopefully someone else makes another set of HK416 receivers... and more than 20...
  16. It's on the newer ones. My two old ones didn't have them either but my most recent one (bought 6 months ago) has them.
  17. Didnt fit in the above post:
  18. Well I like this new loadout I got, kitlist is as follows: Blackhawk! Tactical Hat Foliage Green w/ OD Green US Flag Patch ESS Ice Black Eyepro Cavalry Bowman’s Headset OD Blackhawk! Warrior Wear Operations Jacket Foliage Green Blackhawk! Base Layer Black Eagle Industries CIRAS Medium Land Type OD Green w/: 2x Eagle Industries OD Double Magazine Pouches 1x Eagle Industries OD MBITR Radio Pouch 1x Eagle Industries OD Medical Pouch 1x Eagle Industries OD GP Pouch 1x Maxpedition MilSpec Monkey OD MCAP Pouch 1x Maxpedition MilSpec Monkey OD Small Patch Panel 1x Blac
  19. Their pretty good. I did a short (about 7mile) road march in them and they didnt feel to bad. My heels started to get a bit sore but then that's to be expected with a non-boot.
  20. 5.11 Tactical Trainer Hikers Introduction In trying to force myself to not be a broken record of “well I am a Blackhawk! fanboy" when it came to getting a new pair of cross trainers I decided to go a different route (even though Blackhawk! just came out with a new pair, the Tanto, I was unimpressed with them). Thus came up the 5.11 Tactical Trainer shoe. I’ve had good luck with 5.11 short boots in the past so I figured I’d break from my norm and give these a try. Sale’s Article TACTICAL TRAINER • Suede upper with mesh panels for increased breathability • Abrasion resistant toe • Ext
  21. The Mark I is feature packed. As mentioned there is a support blade on the bottom of the knife used for cutting through thin objects like bags, paper (my new letter opener ), and zip ties. Also there is the well known carbide glass breaker on the top of the knife. Obviously I haven’t had a chance to try this out and I don’t foresee and opportunity it is a nice feature I suppose for those who carry these knives in more professional situations, like for police officers and firemen. A distinguishing feature between the E type (the “E” stands for economy I believe) is that instead of
  22. Blackhawk! MOD Mark I Type E Knife Introduction I don’t have many knives as I’ve found that my CRKT M16 is pretty good but after seeing the new Blackhawk! MOD Type E I decided it was time to upgrade. I have wanted to get a Mark I for quite some time but until the Type E came out at $300 USD+ it was a bit out of my league for just a knife (despite all the great things that have been said about the Mark I) but at a reasonable $100 USD, the Type E seemed right up my alley. Real Steel History The Master’s of Defense CQD Mark I knife is very well known as being the knife of choice for the
  23. What's with the piece of velcro?
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