When writing a blog about choosing a tactical belt, we immediately had in mind that all the features listed there will be worth referring to specific examples. The belt structure is not perfectly visible at first glance, and describing the Cobra buckle structure in two sentences is definitely insufficient. Therefore, on the basis of the previous post, we have prepared five belts that will well represent the features we mentioned earlier.
In the history of knives produced today, there will certainly be a few icons, which with their uniqueness or well-thought-out design are remembered by users. Models such as Benchmade Osborne, Spyderco Military or ESEE Izula have gained market recognition, as evidenced not only by their extremely high sales, but also a specific envelope of fans and a wide market of aftermarket accessories. Few knife models, however, can boast of such a long history and an imprint on the historical background, such as the KA-BAR USMC Fighting / Utility Knife.
Each of us was once in possession of a belt, so we assume that its primary function - to keep our pants in the right place - does not need to be discussed. However, while searching for a belt, tactical, we have to ask ourselves what it is supposed to serve us for. Some of us will carry a light, service pistol and handcuffs on it, while others will carry a one-and-a-half-kilo Shadow with a set of magazines. Let's review the solutions present on the market together in search of the most suitable belt for us.
Last week's blog was rather general, today we'll go into the details - again about telescopic batons. You have already learned a bit about the solutions used in construction, and now we will present you how they look in practice, what we can expect in what configurations and at what price. The table at the bottom will allow you to quickly compare the parameters, however, it is worth remembering that some of the models come in many versions, which we will mention in the description of each of them.