I don’t mind finding coal in my stocking—well coal black actually although flat dark earth magazines are not bad either. Of course finding AR mags in your stocking is like finding batteries. I wonder what the long, narrow box marked “Adult Signature Required” could be for the fourth day of Christmas?
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This is a complete list of everything you need to build an AR-15 rifle. Underneath each component are suggestions of
What new 2015 products have you been looking forward to getting? Is it on this week’s list of featured items?
The popularity of cell phones has all but killed the wristwatch in the past few years. “All but…”
This week’s hottest product is the FN AR-15 barrels. FN has been making high-quality gun barrels
The coolest new item in this week’s new product spotlight is the customized Colt 6920 AR-15 from Slide Fire. The
For our August catalog, Cheaper Than Dirt! are adding many new military surplus items. Personally, I am happy to see
The market is nowhere near stale. Americans are still buying firearms in record numbers. As the number of concealed carry
Power outage, survival, camping, hiking, and natural disasters—there are plenty of situations when you may be without electricity. However, that does not mean you need to go without power.
Spring is awesome, so is the beginning of summer, but during the middle of summer and certainly the end, even just sitting outside is too hot.
Just because the weather is warming up does not mean hunting season is completely over. Spring hunting season includes ground hog, turkey, bear, alligator and goose. During spring, hunters deal with unpredictable weather and rain, warmer temperatures, longer days and more sun. While spring hunting, you must adjust gear to stay comfortable and avoid sunburns and heat-related illnesses. Here are four essential items for the spring hunter.
NOAA is the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that is part of the U.S. Department of Commerce. It operates
So, you want to start collecting military surplus gear, or maybe you have compared prices with modern hunting and camping equipment prices to surplus prices.
Waited until the last-minute did we? Perhaps Uncle Buck surprised you at the last-minute and showed up for Christmas dinner. Regardless of the reason, you need a gift and you need it now! Instead of stopping at the local convenient store to pick from the few chintzy items remaining, buy them a Cheaper Than Dirt gift card in any denomination up to and including $1,000.
For the holidays, Cheaper Than Dirt! received a test sample of ammunition from Chocolateammo.com, the San Diego-based confectioner whose line of candy products includes the Chocolate Bullet Military Tin, Chocolate Hand Gun, Chocolate Shotgun Shell Tins and other products.
Photographers have been trying to capture wildlife in its natural habitat since the 1800s. The cameras photographers used then were cumbersome and activated by trip wires. Significant improvements in the late 1970s into the 1980s, led to the game cameras we use today. Technological advancements since then have led us from using film to digital and now we even have Wi-Fi compatible cameras that send pictures to our cell phones.
I believe you are never too old for stockings. To this day, Santa visits my family’s house on Christmas Eve and fills our stockings with surprises. Did I mention this is a household sans children? Nothing lights up Christmas morning more than a few surprises, even for adults. Stocking gifts don’t have to be limited to candy, an orange, an apple and a few plastic trinkets. This year, tell Santa to leave them a few extra special gifts in their stockings. Here are five fantastic stocking stuffers.
Growing up at my house it was always about quantity over quality on Christmas Day. Sure, we would get one big gift such as a bike or gaming system, but mom and dad wanted to extend the surprise and fun for as long as possible. Short of wrapping each individual Lego, my brother and I loved opening present after present. Just looking at the abundance of presents under the tree gave us joy. This year, instead of splurging on one overly expensive gadget, why don’t you create mini kits for your loved ones?