Sunday, November 10, 2013

3 rd Annual Out Doors With Out Limits Deer Hunt (+playlist)

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Porta-Potty Transformation

I love making my own deer blinds and stands. So I was thinking about what would make a good deer blind. Something that would be cheap and easy manage,.I was thinking that I needed something that was water and wind proof . Then it hit me a port-a- potty would be a great deer blind, it sits outside all the time and it would be an ideal blind for one man. So where I work at that had some old ones that they weren't  using any more and they gave me two , you can't get it any cheaper than that..I took them home ripped out all the plumbing and aired  them out for weeks. After that I used a saw to cut some windows in it  and put down some plywood on the floor. Next I  camouflaged it up, man this is an awesome blind, take a look at the pictures and tell me what you guys think. In all I got about 35 bucks in the paint, that's it..I've got one on a food plot now and we are seeing deer all around it, just think you are out of the wind and rain sitting in a great blind that you to can make yourself.

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Cooking with Chanlyn

Hey guys this is Chanlyn, I am Max's wife and I love to cook. Normally when you think about cooking outdoors it's hot dogs, burgers and steaks, but you know the list is limitless. I don't know about you guys but when we camp I always have a cooler or two full of fresh food that I bring with me, and we for the most part keep a fire stoked and going it helps keep the bugs away but it is also ready for when it's time to feed this crew of mine. So let's get started with a simple recipe for a one pot breakfast to get you up and going.

Mountain Morning Breakfast
1 pound mild pork sausage (such as Jimmy Dean®)
1 onion, chopped
1 red bell pepper chopped
1 green bell pepper chopped
8 oz sliced mushrooms
1 clove garlic, minced
1 (2 pound) package frozen shredded hash brown potatoes
12 eggs, beaten
1 (16 ounce) package shredded Cheddar cheese
 Salt and pepper to taste

Build a campfire and allow the fire to burn until it has accumulated a bed of coals.

Cook and stir the sausage, onion, and garlic in a 12-inch cast iron Dutch oven with lid, raised over the coals to medium-high heat, until the sausage is no longer pink and the onion is tender.

Stir in the red bell pepper, green bell pepper,salt, pepper and hash brown potatoes until evenly mixed. Cook, stirring occasionally, until the hash browns are hot and the peppers are tender, about 15 minutes.

Pour the beaten eggs evenly over the top of the potatoes, allowing them to sink into the potatoes. Cover the Dutch oven, and place 6 to 9 coals underneath, and 12 to 18 on top. Allow to bake until the eggs are firm, about 40 minutes.Sprinkle with Cheddar cheese, cover, and continue cooking until the cheese has melted, about 5 minutes.

I hope you all enjoy your breakfast this has been Chanlyn Malone and please remember to stay safe and eat well.

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

A R 500 Steel From Shoot

      I had the chance this past Thursday to shoot the AR500 steel from Shoot all the rain we have been having over the last few weeks I have not had the opportunity to get out and shoot. Now that we have had a some clear weather we was able to shoot some good steel. What I mean about good steel is that the AR500 from Shoot is some awesome steel.We shoot the ar22, 9mm, 40cal, and the ar15. Now the steel didn't have any pitting at all; I love this steel. You shoot this steel I think all day and have a ball doing it.You can find ar200 ,ar500 steel and other accessories for all your shooting needs at please check this guys out.Tell them that Max form Maximum Survivalist sent you.

Monday, July 8, 2013

Hiking at Issaqueena Falls

This is the water fall that the legend of issaqueena hid under to evade her capture

Sunday, July 7, 2013

Issaqueena Falls

Im standing where the Indian Issaqueena was hiding in the waterfall

          My family and I traveled to Issaqueena Fall over the the holidays . Now the legends goes like this-  Issaqueena was a creek Indian maiden named Issaqueena who had been captured by the Cherokees. She met and fell in love with a white trader named Allan Francis. When she learned that the Cherokee were planning an attack on the fort where her beloved lived, she road a horse 96 miles to warn the white settlers . When the Cherokee came after her Issqueena saw them coming and knowing that they believed evil spirits lived in the water falls but instead she hid on a ledge behind the water falls. she remained there until they were gone and it was safe thus tricking her pursuer.You can find this water fall and more near the city of Walhalla in Oconee county's S.C   P.S this is how the city of 96 got its name.

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Lost Treasure

The before picture

            I love looking around in thrift stores and going to auctions. When looking around, I look for knives,camping gear and are survival gear. So one day my wife and I  were looking around in a shop and in a glass case I noticed a knife and I asked to see it and it looked really bad so I gave it back to the lady. After looking around not finding much I ask what would she take for the knife not knowing what kind it was . she said she didn't know what to ask for it so she called her husband and he said $4 .Not being to much I gave that for it. I've dabbled in making knives before and using  Bras so to polish and clean them up. This is some thing that most of the military has used to shine all brass and metal . So I used this with sand paper to sand the rust off and shine the blade and brass . After cleaning it up best that I could it looked like it was a Uncle Henry that's not a real high end knife but it is a good one. Now when you see the pictures you will some pitting in the blade the pitting was deep and I couldn't get it all out but over all it looks nice. I've got an old boy scout knife that I will be working on later. The leather sheath  was made by a shoe maker he done a good job

after me working on it

With the new custom sheath

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Table Rock

     This past weekend my wife and I took a trip upstate on the motorcycle to Table Rock State Park in Pickens, SC.  Table Rock is a very nice place located  in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.                  According to history the mountains got their name from the Lower Cherokee Nation, who called them Sah-ka-na-ga  which translated means The Great Hillls of God, but Table Rock got it's name due to the eating rituals of the chief . He would sitand eat from a rock that resembled a table top at every meal, these same meals came from the established hunting camps of the area. This land was part of the Hopewell Treaty that was signed in 1785. As it sits now it's a beautiful park with waterfalls and a places to camp and swim. It also has plenty of trails for hiking and looking out at amazing views.

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Maximum Survivalist Personal Survival Kit

Heres a new survival kit that we are currently selling on our site. It includes all the essentials that are time tested and will help your odds when faced with problems in the wilderness.
A look inside the kit
Here is some of the included instructions and give a look into why we chose what we did to put in the kit.

Maximum Survivalist PSK (Personal Survival Kit)

This kit is designed to aid you if you’re faced with a survival situation. It should remain on your person at all times. It’s good to practice and familiarize yourself with the kit prior to taking it out in the field with you.

The survival tin is painted in a tactical color to help with camouflage for military personal. If you are a civilian, affixing a brightly colored piece of tape will aid if finding your kit if dropped in the wilderness. The tin can be used for boiling water or cooking food in a pinch. The inner lid of the kit can be used as a signaling device and can be polished with moist dirt to make it even brighter.

Everything chosen for this kit has multiple purposes. Let’s talk about the contents and uses.

We chose a BIC Lighter because of its reliability and after fuel runs out the flint can be used to spark the Tinder Quik tabs. If you are injured having a one-handed fire lighting device is critical, another reason why we chose the BIC. In the event of a malfunction of the lighter, we have enclosed a fire steel. The fire steel can be used with the razor knife to emit a shower of sparks onto your tinder.

The included tinder is Tinder Quik tabs. They are waterproof and just need to be peeled apart on one end to work. Inside the fishing kit is extra cotton tinder, its enclosed in the vial to help with waterproofing. The Triple Antibiotic ointment can be applied to the cotton tinder to help as a flame extender. The Duct tape can also be stripped apart to be used as tinder with the lighter.

Signaling comes in the form of a whistle. 3 short blast is the universal signal for help. This is a pealess design that works well. As I mentioned above the lid of the tin can be used as a signaling mirror. For night time signaling you can use the LED light included.

The Button compass has been added to help aid in navigation. Find a cardinal direction and head that way. This will keep you from walking in circles.

The orange handled utility knife is your cutting tool. Its handle will keep it getting lost on the forest floor. It can be affixed to the LED light keychain to prevent it from being lost. There is no substitution for a fixed blade knife and I suggest having one of those on you as well.

The fishing kit can be used to catch fish as well as small birds.

The paracord bracelet can be taken out of the kit and worn daily if you so choose. It was designed to be the cordage for this kit. You can construct a shelter with it, make a bow drill fire kit, or used to make more fishing line by using the inner strands. Really its uses are endless. The zip ties can also be used for gear repair or shelter construction.

On the medical side, we’ve included bandaids and antibiotic. To help with small cuts. There is water purification tablets as well.

Hope that you never have to use this kit in a real situation. But if you do I hope it serves you well. 
Purchase this kit HERE

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Max Shooting The New Plate Rack


                                     I made a new plate rack target and had the time test it out to day

Monday, March 25, 2013

Prepering Your Family For When SHTF

                                       It's good to that your kids out to the range. My boys are ok shooter but with more time at the range they will get better.

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Red Rock Sling Bag

                                  I done this video to show people that you can get a good heavy duty bag at low cost.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Daytona bike week 2013

Just a short video to show ever one the great time we had at Daytona Beach FL. Bike week 2013

Thursday, February 21, 2013

foxx holster

                         The FoxX holster is a very good IWB holster. You can get all different kind of colors. You can find these holsters at

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Fox X IWB Hybrid Holster

Concealed weapon holsters are hard to find, good ones at least. You want them to securely hold your weapon yet be unseen to the public. The hybrid is designed for in the waist band concealed carry. Each holster is hand crafted. The hybrid style holster is made from top grade 9 oz. leather and .060 kydex.  A perfect combination of materials, to make a durable and comfortable holster.
The combat cut in the top section of the holster prevents the
weapon from rubbing your side. 

And it is also crafted in the USA. Each Fox X holster carries a lifetime warranty. The Fox x holster is a very good IWB holster I use mine all the time. Like when hiking and riding my motorcycle.
Awesome belt not included
It is light weight and you don"t  know its there. You can find these holsters at FoxX for about 39 to 40 bucks. If you are looking for a good holster then look know farther. I promise you wont be disappointing in this concealed weapons holster.

Also notice the kershaw ken onion knife in the back pocket. 

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

72 Hour bug out Bag

               It is always good to have a 72 hr BOB (bug out bag), that you keep with you at all times.You never  know when the zombies will attack. It is  necessary to have a good bag to carry all of your gear in that you will need , which we will discuss in just a few moments .Now that being said never bug out of your home until it is your last option, it's  always better to stay put and be prepared. Have a good plan drawn up on all the details of where you would go, and what suppliers you will need. Once you do plan to bug out, you should have your gear ready to go. Your BOB will depend much on where your bug out location is. That will be the deciding factor as to what gear you may need. Here where I live I don't have a need for a  lot of cold weather gear. But if you live in cold places sheltering gear,  will be important to have.You can put a bag together fairly cheaply using things around your home.These bags are good to keep at your home in your car even at the the office. BOB can be helpful in a lot of situations such as if you get stranded, or are in  a car accident,or if you simply get lost and don't forget about the zombies. Now let me say that I reorganize my bag fairly often to make room for things I think of here and again. These items include a 3 day supply of my prescribed medicine, just be sure to check the dates on said medicine and change it out from time to time so that it doesn't expire. I know you don't see any food in my bag this is because I change it out to make sure the food is good at all times.

(2) water containers                                                           (1 )map compass
(3) knives (BK7, SOG saw, Cheaper Than Dirt)                (1) compass
(1) 10x12 tarp                                                                   (1) GPS
(2) 9 hour candles                                                              (3) survival blankets
(1) fire steel                                                                       (1) wire saw
(1) spark-lite                                                                     (4) spork set
(1) water proof matches                                                 (150) rounds of 22 ammo
(1) Winchester multi tool                                                   (4) back up batteries
(1) Smith knife sharpener                                                  (1) 25 ft of para cord
(1) 4 pack of super glue                                                    (1) SOG Tomahawk
(1) write in rain pen                                                           (1) medical bag
(1) write in rain pad                                                           (1) LED head lamp
 (1) map                                                                         BRITE Strike CAPSS Alert Security
 (1) first aid bag
 (1) fishing kit
 (2) flares

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Kel-Tec PMR 22 Magnum


                   PMR   30 by
                  Kel Tec Weapons
                 Light Weight
                 Low Recoil

       The PMR-30 is a light weight full size pistol chambered for the flat shooting .22 magnum cartridge (22 WMR). The PMR-30 operates on a unique hybrid blowback/locked-breech system allows for the use of a wide variety of ammunition as it seamlessly adjusts between locked breach and blowback operation, depending on the pressure of the cartridge. It uses a double stack magazine of a new design that holds 30 rounds and fits completely in the grip of the pistol. The manual safety is a thumb ambidextrous safety lever.

This weapon would be good for home defense for a wife, mom, and grandmother with it being lightweight and low recoil. Please stay tuned for a video review of this weapon in the future from Maximum Survivalist.

                                                         Calibers           22  magnum (.22 WMR)
                                                         weight unloaded  13.6 oz
                                                         trigger pull       4-6 lbs
                                                         capacity         30 rounds      

Friday, February 1, 2013

Fire puck


                                       A short little video to demonstrate how the Fire Puck works. It's an excellent way to start a fire using a matchless fire starter, from the makers of Fire Puck. Check it out for yourself, they carry them at Home Depot and Sportsman's Warehouse, pick them up at

Friday, January 18, 2013


         Hi guys I"m bringing another gear review to you.It is the Fire Puck from The fire puck is a matchless fire starter.They are made with 67% cereal grains and hardwoods. It will burn completely to ash leaving no unwanted debris. Fuel burns 1400 degrees F for several minutes.These Fire Pucks  are smaller the a dip can. weighting in at 60 grams. You can put the Fire Pucks in you camper, bug out bags, and your cars.It is always good to know how to build a fire by using a fire steel, bow drills, and other fire tools but there is nothing wrong with having a good and easy way to built a fire.You can also use these fire pucks to start you grill and your home fire place. The Fire Pucks can be used in high wind and rain. You can find the Fire Pucks at your local Home Depot and Sportsman's Warehouse. This has been Max Malone and as always guys remember to be safe and God bless America.