New Guns and Gear for Sale from Cheaper Than Dirt!

By Suzanne Wiley published on in Consumer Information

Cheaper Than Dirt! not only sells firearms, but an entire range of gun parts and accessories, ammunition, but also a wide spectrum of outdoor and survival equipment such as edged weapons and blades, bags, first aid kits, water sports and archery. I wish I could list every single new item that has popped up in just the last week. However, neither you or I have that kind of time. We just have that much new stuff! This week, I have picked out five of what I think are neat items to spotlight: a backpack for first responders, new ArmaLite AR-15 rifles, suppressor-ready Savage rimfire rifles, the ultimate survival knife—in honor of National Preparedness Month and a .22 Long Rifle conversion kit for my favorite carry SIG, the P938.

 

Image shows a fixed blade survival knife

The Aircrew Survival Egress Knife (ASEK) is a true MIL-SPEC, Army-approved survival knife.

Ontario Knife Company ASEK Survival Knife System

As one of the last manufacturers of modern military bayonets, the Ontario Knife Company releases a survival knife system so complete you will not need another knife for your bug-out bag. The Aircrew Survival Egress Knife (ASEK) is a true MIL-SPEC, Army-approved survival knife. It has a 5-inch 1095 fixed carbon steel blade with an anti-rust zinc phosphate finish and is 10.25 inches long overall. The partially serrated blade has a sawtooth spine. The high-strength machined-aluminum, handle is electrically insulated with a sure Kraton rubber grip and the butt cap doubles as a glass breaker or hammer. Also on the end of the handle are lashing holes so you can turn the ASEK into a spear. Included are two oxygen valve and shackle wrenches, a strap cutter multitool, and a MOLLE-compatible nylon sheath with leg straps and Kydex insert. The strap cutter tool has replaceable blades, a screwdriver and a honing rod to keep the knife’s edge sharp. The ASEK is available with either a green or Digital ACU camo sheath. This is one tough knife and made in the U.S.A.

Specifications and features

  • 4.95″ partially serrated, clip point blade
  • 1095 Carbon Steel
  •  Zinc Phosphate black finish
  • Sawtooth spine
  • Spear lashing holes
  • Glass breaker/hammer
  • Lanyard hole
  • Electrically-insulated green Kraton rubber handle
  • Strap cutter with replaceable blades
  • Screw driver
  • Honing rod
  • Nylon sheath with Kydex insert and leg straps
  • MOLLE compatible

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If the Ontario Knife Company ASEK Survival Knife System is out of stock, check out these alternatives:

ArmaLite Defensive Sporting Rifle 10

Picture shows a black AR-15 rifle.

The ArmaLite model 10 is chambered for .308 Winchester.

ArmaLite, originators of the AR-15 rifle, has introduced three new models into its Defensive Sporting Rifle series of modern sporting weapons: the 15 and 15F chambered for .223 Remington/5.56mm NATO and the model 10 chambered for .308 Winchester. Designed specifically for the entry-level AR-15 buyer, the model 10 is an affordable choice for those wanting an alternative caliber to the AR-15 platform. The ArmaLite Defensive Sporting Rifle 10 has a 16-inch, 5/8×24-threaded barrel with a Melonite finish. With a 1:11.25-inch twist, the barrel is optimized for shooting the 168-grain .308 Winchester. The upper and lower receiver is made of 7075-T6 aluminum with a Picatinny rail. The 10 has a single-stage trigger and collapsible stock. All three new Defensive Sporting Rifle models are made in the U.S.A.

Specifications and features

  • Caliber: .308 Winchester/7.62x51mm NATO
  • Barrel: 16,” double-lapped, Melonite-treated and threaded
  • Capacity: 20 rounds
  • Sights: MIL-STD 1913 rail gas block front sight base
  • Overall length: 35” collapsed, 38.3” extended
  • Weight: 7.9 lbs.

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If the ArmaLite Defensive Sporting Rifle model 10 is out of stock, check out these alternatives:

Picture shows a .22 LR rimfire rifle with black synthetic stock.

Weighing only five pounds, your little ones will enjoy learning to shoot on the Savage Model 64.

Savage Arms Suppressor-Ready Model 64 FV-SR .22 LR

Perfect for beginners, first time shooters, youth and for those living in states where it’s legal to hunt with suppressors, Savage adds to its line of semiautomatic rifles threaded to accept suppressors. Suppressors gained popularity in the last year; many people are enjoying shooting pistols and rifles with the reduced noise sound suppressors give us. Savage expanded its line with three new rimfire models—the .17 HMR 93R17 FV-SR, the .22 Magnum 93 FV-SR and the .22 Long Rifle 64 FV-SR. All three models have a 0.5-inch, 28-pitch threaded muzzle with twist-off thread protector and button-rifled carbon steel barrel. Specific to the model 64 FV-SR is a barrel twist rate of 1:16. Chambered for .22 Long Rifle, it has a 16.5-inch barrel, holds 10 rounds in a detachable magazine and is 36 inches overall. Weighing only five pounds, your little ones will enjoy learning to shoot with the Savage Model 64.

Specifications and features

  • Caliber: .22 Long Rifle
  • Barrel: 16.5,” 1:6” twist
  • Capacity: 10 rounds
  • Sights: One-piece scope rail
  • Stock: Black synthetic
  • Overall length: 36”
  • Weight: 5 lbs.

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If the Savage Arms suppressor-ready model 64 FV-SR is out of stock, check out these alternatives:

Voodoo Tactical Field Medical Backpack

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Voodoo Tactical created an easy to carry and transport large backpack for all your first aid needs.

Voodoo Tactical created this easy-to-spot bright red—a color associated with medical professionals—large backpack for all your first aid needs that is easy to carry and transport. Constructed of heavy-duty water-resistant pack cloth with drain points, the main compartment unzips to lay flat for easy access to your kit. For the ultimate in comfort, especially for long periods, the medical backpack has contoured adjustable shoulder straps, a waist belt and compression straps. Inside there are plenty of compartments and pockets for all sorts of first aid equipment and it includes two removable bags for extra gear. On the outside, there are plenty of attachment points for smaller MOLLE pouches and a sleeping bag. Sold as a backpack only, the Voodoo Tactical field medical backpack does not include any first aid supplies.

Specifications and features

  • Rugged pack cloth construction
  • Custom designed to lay flat
  • Pockets, pouches and straps galore
  • Two removable carry bags
  • Custom padded comfort back
  • Contoured, padded, adjustable shoulder straps
  • Padded, adjustable waist belt
  • Top and side compression straps
  • Carry handles
  • Side strap storage pouches
  • Bottom attachment loops
  • Metal drain holes
  • Hook and loop panel
  • I.D. patch or blood type patch
  • 13″ L x 8″ W x 21″ H
  • Weighs 7.16 pounds
  • Double stitched at all stress points

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If the Voodoo Tactical field medical backpack is out of stock, check out these alternatives:

Image shows a handgun barrel and .22 LR magazine

The SIG P938 conversion kit includes a hard-coat anodized slide and a 3.3-inch barrel.

SIG Sauer P938 .22 Long Rifle Conversion Kit

SIG’s P938 gives shooters a reliable and slim 9mm pocket pistol that rivals many of the popular sub-compact .380 ACP semiautos, only with more power. It is important to become incredibly comfortable shooting your concealed carry pistol and those new to the 1911-style design of the P938, SIG introduces the .22 Long Rifle conversion kit for this little powerhouse. Saving you money (in theory) while training, target shooting and practice, you get to know your carry gun without spending a fortune on 9mm ammunition. The conversion kit includes a hard-coat anodized slide machined from a solid aluminum billet, a 3.3-inch barrel, a barrel bushing, guide rod plug and a 10-round .22 Long Rifle magazine. The entire conversion kit assembly adds 11 ounces to the SIG P938’s frame.

Specifications and features

  • Hard coat anodized aluminum slide
  • Recoil spring/guide
  • 3.3″ barrel
  • .22 LR magazine (holds 10 rounds)
  • Slide assembly complete w/barrel, recoil spring and guide
  • Weight: 10.8 ounces

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If the SIG P938 conversion kit is out of stock, check out these alternatives:

 

Product pricing and availability are as of time of publication and subject to change without notice at any time.

What new guns and gear do you want? Tell us about it in the comment section.

SLRule

Introduced to shooting at young age by her older brother, Suzanne Wiley took to the shooting sports and developed a deep love for it over the years. Today, she enjoys plinking with her S&W M&P 15-22, loves revolvers, the 1911, short-barreled AR-15s, and shooting full auto when she gets the chance. Suzanne specializes in writing for the female shooter, beginner shooter, and the modern-day prepper. Suzanne is a staff writer for Cheaper Than Dirt!

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Comments (7)

  • Martin Pierce

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    Not in L. A., CA., without a class 3. I have one, but if not –Good Luck!.

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  • nunwithagun

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    Well Suzanne , commenting on the 2013 article regarding Armalite selling there wares to Local LE in order to flake out on having to commit to protecting our 2nd rights , You can coat a TURD with Candy and it will still taste like a TURD , Armalite sounds more like a Liberal politician than a gun company in that article, And your right about one thing , Your either with US or your NOT , I have spent the last 50 years of my 60 supporting our God Given rights and have seen Far too many things CHANGE for the Worse, Betcha not many of you younger shooters Know that the NRA’s message when I joined in 1968 was they were NEVER going to allow the Govt. to Fingerprint their members in order to buy firearms, AAAAAAAANT We Lose.. Good luck And God Bless

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  • tjbbpgobIII

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    I think it’s only suppressor-ready, if I read it correctly.

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  • Mike

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    Unless you live in AZ !!

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  • Martin Pierce

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    Im Old and I might be Stupid too. I don’t know of anyone thats using a Suppressor or Silencer–its all Semantics, or, a Rose by any other name. Having a Suppressor or Silencer without a Class III.Registration? If so, don’t get caught.

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    • Carl

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      There is no requirement to have a class III to own a suppressor. Fill out the form, pay your $200.00 tax, cost of the suppressor and any state tax and it is yours. You can even apply to the ATF to build your own. This applies as long as your state allows individuals to own suppressors, which most states do. You do not need to have a Class III or to even purchase one from a class III.

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    • Yancey L.

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      You have to get the sheriff to sign off on it in VA, and many won’t do it. I think that’s right, anyway.

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