Admin post: Dude where’s my AUSA pics?

I realize I had attended the AUSA conference with the intention of documenting the exhibit halls. Despite the near over saturation of media at the event, last years pics were some of the most popular posted on this website. This year, however, I escorted two guests through the event during my attendance. Granted this isn’t…

Skeleton Optics: Follow-up

( My editor is currently deployed so if there’s a dramatic increase in spelling errors and formatting mistakes it is entirely my fault. -Virgil) Since Skeleton Optics ignored my correspondence as did Chase Tactical when I question the appropriateness of characterizing them as “military glasses” I figured it wouldn’t be unethical to share the unanswered…

ADMIN POST: What I’ve been up to.

No, the site is not dead. As of late I’ve been spending a lot of my free time finishing up a novel. This novel is a part of a larger series and I hope to self-publish via Amazon. Unfortunately this has left me little time to write articles on the Inferno. While I’ve dedicated little…

Caveat Emptor: Skeleton Optics

I ran across this company while looking for protective lenses and was quite confused. While these are heavily advertised as actual EyePro they list no protection whether ANSI or MILSPEC whatsoever. When I asked Chase Tactical to please explain the level of protection Skeleton Optics offers and why they are given the description below with…

Why I’ll never review LBT inc. gear

I purchased a LBT6094 from LBT inc. back in 2012 for professional reasons. The carrier came with the kangaroo flap ripped at the corners. After contacting LBT inc. about the flaw, I was instructed to send it back (on my dime) for a replacement. I received 2 other replacements, each with stitching blown out on…