VIDEO: Dark Angel Medical – Bullets and Bandages

by Matt • October 19, 2013

Video from Day 3 of Bullets and Bandages, a specialty medical and firearms class taught at Sig Academy in New Hampshire. Kerry Davis, Founder of Dark Angel Medical, tailored his nationally acclaimed course specifically for students at Sig Academy. In this class, students develop skills to deal with life threatening medical emergencies whether on the […]


Report Card – First Thirty Days

by Matt • October 16, 2013

It has been a little over 30 days since we started this company, and I’m proud to say we’re growing in all of the right directions. So much so that it is difficult to recount the last 720 hours. Among our clients in this first month are the National Rifle Association, Dark Angel Medical, and […]


Two is One, One is…oh sh*t!

by Matt • October 11, 2013

It’s autumn in Maine and there is no better time to be in the Northeast. The colors are exploding, the air is dry, and if you listen carefully, you can hear the constant spritzing of Scent-A-Way in the woods. To spend some time away from this keyboard, I headed to the range yesterday. The goal […]


REVIEW: The Aegis Belt from Ares Gear

by Matt • October 10, 2013

From the Ares Gear webpage: “The Aegis belt (released 2013) is one of our newest designs; customers wanted a belt with the same performance as our Ranger belt, but a simpler “look”. Like the Ranger, the Aegis is 1.5″ wide, and is composed of 2 layers of the same proprietary scuba webbing (3 color choices). […]


Accurate As A Broken Washing Machine

by Matt • October 6, 2013

For the past 5 months, FIVE MONTHS, my reliable old doublestack washing machine has been out of commission. I’ve been lugging my laundry to various friends’ houses and laundromats to get it done, wasting time staring at walls, playing way too much Candy Crush and generally figuring out a way to either get it fixed […]


Do You Include Books in Your EDC?

by Matt • October 2, 2013

We train hard. We get all the gear, run through drill after drill, and shoot way more ammo than we need to. How much training do you do between your ears? With forums being pervasive on the Web, we can skim through threads and find like-minded people that are outspoken with their opinions and we […]