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How To: Tie a Swiss seat rope harness

If you want to go down the sides of mountains or walls like the military does, then check out this next tutorial! In this video, you'll find out how to tie a Swiss seat rope harness. This easy to follow video talks about what you need to do in order to tie this harness and how you can use it when climbing up or down things.

How To: Clean a Springfield 1911 .45 pistol using Ballistol

The 1911 .45 is the iconic pistol in all of United States military history. There are few handguns, or guns of any size, ever made that are more reliable, powerful, and compact. This lengthy, detailed video will teach you how to clean your Springfield stainless steel 1911 .45, including recommendations for what products to use as well as exhaustive instructions. This process will keep your gun from jamming or malfunctioning for the life of the weapon.

How To: Field strip a Glock handgun

As a well-established gun in the military, police, special units, and security services, the Glock firearm is best known for its striker-fired polymer-framed design, with minimum weight and that legendary Glock reliability.

Quick scope in Call of Duty 7: Black Ops

Want to learn how to do quick scoping in BO? It's easy: use the variable scope and zoom in to the second or third level of magnification. Voilà. No more two-second delay when shooting. For a complete walkthrough of how to quick scope, watch this gamer's guide.

How To: Tattoo professionally step-by-step

For people who would like to learn how to make a professional tattoo, this is the tutorial to watch. For making a basic arm tattoo, the subject should be seated upright in a military position. You should apply some alcohol and then some antiseptic to the area to disinfect the area and place the stencil over the area. It is suggested that the subject shave his or her arm in order to get the best effects. The tattoo stencil should be placed over the center line of the arm and align it properly,...

How To: Remove stripper clip from a Mauser action rifle

Removing the stripper clip boss from a Mauser action rifle is a job that anyone can perform using simple hand tools. In this video, n Larry Potterfield, CEO and Founder of MidwayUSA, removes the stripper clip boss from a model 98 Mauser action using a rotary tool, a file, some sandpaper, and a level. Removing the boss allows for the use of commercial scope bases and generally improves the overall appearance of a military action.

How To: Get your dog to heel

These are some great ways to finish off walking your dog - the military finish, the sit command and more! This video shows you how easy it is to get your dog to heel.

How To: Make a ghillie suit

Watch this video tutorial to see how to make a ghillie suit, cheap and easy. But wait, what's a ghillie suit? A ghillie suit, or yowie suit, is a type of camouflage clothing designed to resemble heavy foliage. It's 3D camouflage, primarily used by military snipers and hunters, or to hide from terrorists. These camo ghillie suits include burlap and natural vegetation. Pull tall grass out, break down trees, hide yourself. Grab the burlap for less time consuming ghillie suit construction.

Bookmark This: Complete List of Netflix's Hidden Genre Codes

The biggest problem with Netflix (which is hardly a real problem) is the overwhelming amount of content available for streaming. Browsing through profile-specific categories might help narrow down your search on something to watch, but some of those categories come and go without warning, and it's impossible to find them again—but not anymore.

News: Shocking Videos Reveal Truth Behind Syrian “Freedom Fighters

No one can deny that Bashar Al-Assad’s regime has been responsible for violence. But in failing to equally acknowledge the fact that NATO-backed rebels have also carried out innumerable atrocities is not only dishonest, it represents a deliberate effort by the press to manipulate the narrative of unfolding events in Syria as a one-sided war crime rather than the truth – which is the fact that Syria is in a state of civil war.

How To: Tike a simple reef knot (a Solomon bar) using 550 paracord

Paracord, or parachute cord, has a very interesting history. As its name implies, it was used to suspend parachutes in WWII. The super lightweight cord is used nowadays as a utlity cord in the military and other applications. The paracord, also known as 550 cord, has even been used in outer space by astronauts repairing the Hubble Space Telescope.

How To: Field strip and reassemble the SIG Sauer P228 pistol

Check out this weapon video on how to field strip and reassemble the SIG Sauer P228 pistol. The SIG Sauer P228 is a full-sized 9mm handgun used in most military intelligence operations, and with an endless supply of 9mm ammo, there's no question why it is a choice in special operations, for training and missions.

How To: Walkthrough Case 6-1 in Dead Rising 2 on the Xbox 360

Help arrives! It's case 6-1 and the military is here! Or, so you think. They probably didn't know what they were getting themselves into! If you're having trouble making it through this section of the game or are looking for a faster way of rolling through the case. In this video you will get a full walkthrough of case 6-1 Help Arrives in Dead Rising 2 on the Xbox 360.

How To: Escape from Dual Zip Tie Handcuffs

You are not having a good day. You've been abducted by sinister folks, and your hands are tied by a pair of zip ties bound together. How will you escape? In this tutorial, the guys at ITS Tactical show you how to escape from these bound cable ties, which are frequently used as makeshift handcuffs by police and military personnel, along with mischievous kidnappers. To break free, believe it or not, all you need is a little force.

How To: Exercise with free weights

Manny Castro shows you how to use free weight exercises such as the bench press, incline bench press, incline dumbbell flies, flat dumbbell flies, behind the neck dumbbell press, military press, dumbbell laterals, dumbbell front raise, dumbbell front raise, dumbbell lunges, barbell rows, dumbbell rows, and barbell shoulder shrugs.