Category Archives: Gear

Adding a light to a MOE SL handguard

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Have you tried the new Magpul MOE SL handguards? They are pretty nice for $35. Not a lot of bells and whistles but just what you need for a cheap build. They are not as massively thick as the earlier MOE and they are a little bit longer which is a huge perk. They do this by extending under and to… Read more »

Magpul’s MOE AK Handguard Review

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I was very happy with my AK Handguard; the stock one that comes from arsenal. I put a piece of heat tape on the aluminum heat shield on the inside and it has been rock solid and for the most part stays cool. The ultimak on the other hand is a nuclear inferno after a few mags. I have solved that with a sandwich… Read more »

GLOCK 26L – 19 chopped down to a 26 (update)

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This is the crazy tale of killing a GLOCK 19 to make it a 26L. I have randomly been thinking about this for a while; chopping a GLOCK 19 down to a 26 length grip. I kind of like the GLOCK 26 but not enough that I would ever buy one. Really the only thing I like about the 26… Read more »

INFORCE WMLx Review

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If you read back through the post here at Fleeting Survival you will learn that we are big fans of INFORCE (see our WML review HERE and our APL review HERE). SureFire makes great lights and I own a few (also big fans) but they have settled in their ways and do little to innovate anymore. INFORCE on the other… Read more »

The hidden gem of axes

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“Chainsaws run out of gas, axes only run out of gas when you quit eating” – Dave Canterbury We have a bug out that’s in the woods. Only about an acre is open, the rest are full of pines and assorted hardwoods. Because of this our winter preparedness is based around wood as our fuel for warmth and cooking. I have… Read more »