Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Ruger ‘Single-Six’ – Still a Favorite

The Single-Six first came to the public in 1953. Manufactured by Sturm, Ruger the Single-Six quickly became a favorite handgun among many and even developed a following of sort. The single-action revolver, seemingly, was a dying breed, as Colt discontinued … Continue reading


Chicago 12V Impact Wrench

I drive an older vehicle, a 1989 Chevrolet S10 Blazer. While this has nothing to do with survival in a general sense, the tools that I carry in the vehicle might have an impact on my survival while on the … Continue reading


HOGUE Recoil Absorbing Rubber MONOGRIP (TAMER)

The project for today was to install the HOGUE Recoil Absorbing MONOGRIP on my 4.20” GP141 revolver. The GP141 (Model 1705) was originally purchased with a HOGUE MONOGRIP installed, and while an excellent grip, it was soon replaced with a … Continue reading