The term "rain" pattern refers to a camouflage design that incorporates a heavy percentage of vertically-aligned "straits" or "flecks" which suggest an image of falling rain. During the Second World War, the German Wehrmacht utilized this feature on several camouflage patterns, primarily the Splittermuster (splinter) and Sumpfmuster (marsh) designs. These patterns were later modified and reproduced by the West German Bundeswehr and Border Guards, but the "falling rain" concept - in which the rain straits themselves were isolated as the major feature on a solid color background - emerged out of..
Back in the late seventies, the Swiss Army was busy developing a new camouflage. It had bright red in its pattern and most people laughed at it. It turns out the Swiss were on to something and their design happened to be the most effect pattern worldwide. The Bird Watchers Association at the time even named it so.In 1994, after it was finally released to the public, we tried to set up a photo shoot. When we first encountered the pattern we thought it was so interesting we hired models and a professional photographer. We thought it would be nice to do this out in the wilderness somewhere but of..
There's no end to the uses one could have for a solid, lightweight, water-tight, very large box—even if you're not a prepper. We went out and had these aluminum cases made to our specs.
The Swiss Link Watertight Hard Case, or "Raptor Box
", is a real beast. As you can see in the video above, it can easily withstand being ran over by a full-sized hummer over and over again.
With traditional sandbags, this would be impossible. You would have to first truck sand into the location, get some shovels and workers together to fill each bag, then finally stack them up to form your dam.
Hardly ever has there been a blanket that is more famous and sought after then the Swiss Army Blanket. For 20 years we sold the original stock from the Swiss Army until it was completely sold out worldwide. So... using the precise original specifications...
Swiss Link Military Surplus, in its early days, played a role in the demilitarization of the Swiss Army. For twenty years Swiss Link sold off the goods that the Swiss Army chose to sell off in the surplus world as opposed to destroying it like some other militaries do.
It's true, Justin Timberlake brought SexyBack with camo. He did this in a custom-designed Stella McCarthy suit with a camouflage pattern which very closely resembles German Flecktarn.
BBQ and Patio Says Wavian is the Best Jeep / Hummer Can Ever Made
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Winter storms are no joke, this is the first in a multi-part series on "Surviving the Storm."
Julie present to us how the Stormtec Stormbag works and Billy show us how to make storm bags.