Sunday, September 30, 2012

How to Start a Fire Using One Hand

How to load a muzzle loader

Thursday, September 27, 2012

EDC- Every Day Carry

Hi guys just would like to talk to all of you about what I think is very important.I'm talking about an  EDC (every day carry) bag it is important to have with you at all times.The reason this is because having a EDC bag with you will have everything you may  need if you get lost,stranded, or even injured on a hike. The bag you choose should be one that fits you most comfortably. I see people getting all kinds of bags just to say that they have one. Not saying that by EDC bag is any better than others. I looked at all kinds of bags before I decided what bag I wanted. If I would have gotten a big bag I would've just put everything in it and even a medium bag would be the same .So I went with the small bag for this reason I liked the bag it was the size I was looking for and it had a lot of pockets in it.The bag I chose was the Red Rock Rover sling bag, the Red Rock is at a low price of  22.49 in Sportsman Guide. I went to the beach this past weekend and I wore it on my back a lot every where I went I had it on..So guys let me tell it wears good, and I only keep  the things that are necessary in my bag. I try to keep it has lite has possible.I hope this helps some of you on choosing the right EDC bag. Thanks Max Malone                                              

      RED ROCK  Sling Bag
     
    Heavy duty nylon with m.o.l.l.e holdersRed Rock(TM) Rover Sling Bag, Coyote Tan
   Rugged zippers
   Padded back
   Padded,adjustable shoulder sling
   Multiple interior pockets
   Padded top handle
   plastic d-ring
   12x8x8 in size
   315-cu in carrying capacity
   

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Batoning with the Becker BK7

Batoning is technique of cutting or splitting wood by using a baton-sized stick to repeatedly strike the spine of a sturdy knife blade in the order to drive it through wood. The batoning method can be use to make kindling of desired for.This technique has been use for thousands of years, but only in recent years has acquired the name batoning

Monday, September 24, 2012

Sparkie Fire Starter by Ultimate Survival



     Sparkie Fire Stater by Ultimate Survival weighs less than 1 ounce, and is half the volume of its big brother, the Blastmatch. It has a rubberized grip button to engage the striker. With the ingspring loaded flint bar it rotates 360* to allow for even wear. The bar retracts inside the body for compact storage and even if you get it wet simply wipe if off and keep going. You have two ways to use this and one is easy to use even if you're injured. Start  by griping it with one hand and press in on your grips taking your index finger and pushing downward. The second way it place flat end of Sparkie down on a hard surface and press down to get it to work.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Bow Practicing

Well its getting that time of the year, to bring out the old bow,that's right it's deer season.It's always good to do a little shooting before the season.The bow is also good for survival you can hunt,fish and even protect your loved ones in a dire situations.Especially since the bow is a lethally quiet weapon. Thanks from max please check our videos out .be careful and God bless America
Survival Tips                                                                 H O M E
S T O P                                                                        H-alt all movement                                                                                              
S-top stay where you are                                               O-bserve your surroundings
T-hink calm down and  think about your situation           M-ake yourself comfortable
O-rganize take stock of your belongings                         E-xpect rescue
P-roceed build shelter,fire find food stay in the
  relative area of where you were lost

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Hunting with my Dad







     When I was young before I was old enough to actually hunt, my dad would take me and do what he called deer tracking. See back in the day we didn't have any private land to hunt so we hunted what was referred to as WMA, better known as Wildlife Management Area. He would show me what the difference between buck tracks and does tracks were, he also would show me rubs, and scrapes. He even showed how to look for heavy traveled areas, when it was good to hunt acorn groves or cut overs. My dad taught me a lot about deer hunting over the years, and I've killed many a deer that I have fed my family with. Now let me tell you my wife she is one who loves to cook and over the years she has made a way to cook just about anything you could want straight from the fresh meat I've brought her. My dad, well he passed away September 2011 and I'm going into this year with out him, and what I would give just to have my dad hunt one more time with me. Especially since I now have private land, well my buddies and I manage some together. It's a lot of hard work, every year there are ATV trails to clean out, food plots to bush hog  and then hare the land before you can even begin to seed.Then you have stands to either repair or replace, but by the time the season comes in it's worth every ounce of work you've put into it.Well this has once again been Max from Maximum Survivalist and I sure do appreciate every review all you guys and gals have read of mine and I hope you continue to do so. Remember to be careful and as always God bless America.

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Mission spec Irene Adaptive sling IAS

Hi guys this is Max, with Maximum Survivalist. Today we will be looking at the Irene Adaptive sling IAS. This sling system is created from military grade buckles, with one inch nylon webbing and steel mesh hooks. Now this sling goes from a one-point to a two-point with extreme ease and speed. Its also ambidextrous. In one-point mode the sling can be converted to the two-point mode by simply attaching the front hook sling point on a weapon. At this point the weapon can be rotated onto your back. It's not advised to use your gun while in two-point mode. The purpose of the two-point mode is to free your hands for climbing, crawling, and for emergencies such as helping your buddy to safety. This sling also comes with an emergency release buckle, in case you need to ditch your weapon. I use the Irene Sling on my S&W AR15-22 because on the S&W AR 15-22 doesn't have a buffer tube nut. The Irene Sling is designed with nylon webbing that goes onto the buffer tube. I chose this sling because it looks cool and it very effective when switching from primary to secondary weapon. Thanks for checking it out.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Thermal Wrap








  .      Hi guys this is Max with Maximum Survivalist. Today we will be reviewing the thermal wrap survival blanket, from MCR Medical.This disposable blanket is small and compact, it's also water proof and it can be used as a signaling device or a wind breaker. The measurements are 87"x59", which makes it a little bit wider than the average survival blanket and is the right size to wrap yourself up in even with all of your winter gear on. When wrapped in this blanket it holds heat but it doesn't conduct heat, it will also help prevent radiation. Now when all is said an done, this is a great short term blanket, but I wouldn't recommend that it be a primary way of keeping out of the elements. But I would recommend  that it be kept in place such as your glove box or emergency kit in your vehicle. This has been Max, remember to always be careful and God bless America.

Monday, September 3, 2012

CAPSS by Brite-Strike




     CAPSS stands for camp alert perimeter security system. The CAPSS has 135 db alarm with a built red LED flashlight and side blue for signaling. This system comes with all the hardware to set you perimeter up and is great for camping and you can set your perimeter up so that you and your loved ones will feel safe. With the 135 db the CAPSS should alert you if you have a person or an animal in your campsite. Although the CAPSS is used for setting up your campsite you can use it almost any where, such as boating, fishing, hiking, even in your homes. Now I know that there are parents and single ladies that read this and this bit of information is for you. Take the CAPSS and attach it to your key chain and use if for a distress signal, I promise you that it will scare an attacker off. I know that it makes me feel a little more at ease since I am a father of four, two of whom happen to be daughters. Well this has been my review on the CAPSS products you can find your own and more products like this at www.britestrike.com. As always this has been Max Malone with Maximum Survivalist, please remember to be careful and God bless America.

CAPPS from Brite Strike

This is a good personal security system for your campsite.

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Day at the Range.

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Hey guys, here's a video of us at the range. Its always good to sharpen up on your skills.