Avoiding Wedgies: A Male's Underwear Guide To Ziplining In Comfort

Zip lining through companies like Shallotte River Swamp Park, professional courses, wooded areas, and high mountain tops is an amazing experience that you won't soon forget. Don't let that experience be tainted with the uncomfortable feeling by choosing the wrong underwear for your adventures. While zip lining, you are strapped into a tight harness that wraps around your thighs and waist. Instead of letting the harness cause discomfort, there are multiple ways you can properly prepare. [Read More]

Add Some Zip To Your Zip Line Adventure

Zip lining can be an amazing and fun experience. Consider making your time on the zip line experience with companies like Sky Valley Zip Tours even better with these ideas.  Multiply the Fun A zip line experience is fairly easy to find, especially in areas that rely on tourism. Check out zip line activities that offer all day adventure as well. Many zip line rides and tours also include hiking in an exotic location or traveling down the river in a kayak or inner tube. [Read More]

Motorcycle Accidents: "Braking" The Habit

Now that the warmer weather is creeping back in, many motorcycle enthusiasts are choosing to bring their two-wheeled bikes back on the road. Unfortunately, motorcyclists are more than 20 times likely to die in a car crash than those who drive a car. Although there are various factors that can cause a motorcyclist to experience a crash, one likely cause is the bike's brake system. Pay Attention to Your Brake System [Read More]

How To Handle Ammunition Primers Safely: Guidelines For Protecting Life, Limb And Property

Reloading ammunition is a popular hobby in the United States, especially since some popular cartridge sizes have become difficult to find and others are prohibitively expensive. Reloading centerfire cartridges involves assembling a collection of varying components: bullets, cases, and powder are all necessary. However, an assembled cartridge is useless without a primer to start the detonation. No other gun reloading supplies, save powder, are as potentially hazardous as primers; in fact, careless handling of primers can be deadly and destructive. [Read More]