Pat’s Product Review: Warrior Trail Training Body Armor

…about any place where you’d be training wearing your real hard body armor, is where you can wear the Warrior Trail training plates in your vest.   Warrior Wear has a motto of their own, and it is “train as your fight – at a fraction of the cost” – and that’s something to keep in mind. Hard body armor doesn’t come cheap, and you don’t want to damage your real body armor, while out training – and not even realize you’ve damaged it. Warrior Trail training plates start at $59 per plate, and goes up from there, depending on the size. Still, this is a worthwhile investment – save your real hard body armor, for a call out or military operation – and use the Warrior Trail training plates for all of your training purposes. Don’t take a chance, you have a lot of money invested in hard body…




Retreat Owner Profiles

…So, we now keep a small quantity of common calibers stored, just in case. We have steel security boxes (slave boxes) in each vehicle, when we cross into the Peoples Republic of Kalifornia we have to unload our handguns and lock them in. When we ride together we grab our BoB. Trailers: I follow the military philosophy and use trailers for a lot of things – we’ve even gone to Costco with one hitched up (Hint: Get there early and get a parking space you’ll be able to drive out of). 36 ft 5th wheel trailer, toy-hauler trailer. Kubota diesel tractor with a bunch of attachments (from a farm sale). 2 Polaris ATVs with racks (one with a utility trailer), 1 snow machine (with a sled). Small flatbed (ATV) trailer. Large (car sized) flatbed trailer and horse/stock trailer. We use it to move our feeder cow. We bought the ATVs,…