Hydration Pack tips

Article by: Brad Manley (Dagger Defense contributing author) 01 October, 2016 By now, we’ve all had the hydration mantra drilled in our heads, and it’s true. For best physical performance and safety in the wild, you need to keep your fluids topped off. A pack with a hydration bladder is probably the most convenient way to carry and access your …

Sig 1911 Review

Originally posted by: Nick Leghorn (TTAG.com) I consider myself a competent shooter. I mop up in local shooting competitions. But as soon as I venture out into national shooting competitions I realize I’m merely mediocre. I can hold my own in the middle of the pack, but the whooshing sound I hear when the big boys fly past me like a …

History Spotlight: Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz

Original article by DD contributor: @modern_world_history “George” Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz, born February 26th, 1885 in Fredericksburg, Texas. At first he applied to West Point with hopes of becoming an Army officer, however he couldn’t get an appointment and applied to the United States Naval Academy. He graduated with distinction and was 7th in a class of 114. He was …

Nazi treasure

It is a very well documented time, when the allies began to discover the art works, sculptures and other (some priceless) artifacts taken by the German, Third Reich and stored for their value or later use. There are large numbers of photographs, notes, diary entries and even film footage showing the discoveries. Usually in old mine shafts or quarries in …