If you're looking for the pinnacle of slingshots, then look no further than the Assolar Laser Sighted Tactical Slingshot ($88). This bad boy features a laser sight that provides pinpoint accuracy and a spring that'll accelerate your projectile beyond normal capabilities. You can also install an arrow pad to turn it into a crossbow. When you order you get one slingshot, four replacement bands, and a starter set of steel balls.
The Surefire Outdoorsman EL1 ($220) is a flawlessly engineered light that would make a great addition to any EDC arsenal. This light is built like a tank for the military and first responders. The EL1 features a two-stage LED light that is twice as bright as a two-D-cell flashlight, weight just 2.7 ounces, and measures 4x1x1 inches. The EL1 could easily be the last light you ever need.
The Classified Moto guys out of Richmond Virginia have crated a beauty with their Classified Moto XV920R ($TBA) customization. It includes Moto's signature sportbike front end and rear end swap, gold anodized forks, a bare metal fuel tank, cropped seat, and a big 180mm rear tire. A new custom sprocket helps deal with the increased offset from the rear sprocket needed for the larger tire. The power of this bike comes from a Yamaha V-Twin. Classified Moto has created an awesome cafe racer inspired bike with this build. More pics after the break.
When your pocket knife can’t handle it the Fireman’s Backup Axe ($200) can without any hesitation! A favourite amongst SWAT teams, survivalists and tactical operators it’s an important tool for the serious enthusiast. The Fireman’s Backup Axe has been constructed from high carbon alloy, measures around 7.5” long and features a black powder coated blade for added long term durability. Add one of the most important survivalist tools you can own to your tactical pack and never get caught out!
The Barebones Living Lodge Tent ($3810) is for those who love to go camping but could do without the roughing it part. The Lodge is more of a temporary structure than a tent. It gives you 180 square feet of living space which is large enough to fit up to 12 people comfortably.It has a 6-foot wall height with a height of 9-feet at its peak allowing you to easily walk around without having to hunch over. And there are no worries if the weather becomes in-climate. The Lodge can handle 1,000 lbs. of snow and withstand 90-mph hour winds when properly staked. When you order the Lodge you get a tent skin, an attachable floor, tent poles, stakes, nylon cord tie downs, all-weather cover, and a high wind kit.
Welcome to our daily series “The Daily Roundup”, where we scour the web and provide you with links to all the happenings around the world that we’ve found.
1. Why The Moto 360 Smartwatch Will Kill Google Glass - Mashable
2. How Not to Pass a Car on a Motorcycle - Complex
3. Fly Across California Whenever You Like For $1350 A Month - Stupid Dope
4. Microsoft Tracks Down Rogue Employee By Snooping Blogger's Hotmail - Mashable
5. Mt. Gox found 200,000 Bitcoin ($116 million) in an old wallet - Engadget
6. 41 Camping Hacks That Are Borderline Genius - Buzzfeed