Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Cheaper Than Dirt!

With the end of another year in sight just around the next corner, Cheaper Than Dirt! would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year. 2014 was filled with turmoil that included the rise of ISIS, Ebola, Cyber warfare, an outbreak of protests and rioting around much of the country and assaults from many angles. Yet, we all managed to persevere. Looking back and realizing the strength of our base, we are humbled by the knowledge that we have an outstanding cast of customers ranging from preppers to 3-percenters, from first time shooters to veteran competitors and many more in between.

Truly, this is not a surprise considering the growth our blog has enjoyed over the last 12 months and the lively debate and free exchange of information between readers. Often, this has led to sage advice for first time buyers, tips, tricks and a focus on how Cheaper Than Dirt! can provide on the products you the reader want most.

Our Christmas list includes more time spent at the range with more ammo to shoot from many of the new guns to be offered in 2015. We hope to receive new gizmos and gadgets, supplies and missing items to increase or complete our preps. We hope more rounds will be expertly guided to the X-ring (well, more of ours than our opponent’s anyway). We hope our lawmakers will see the light and support the Constitution instead of seeking to strip away our Second Amendment rights. Most of all, we hope that each and every one of you remain safe, healthy and find the prosperity you seek in 2015!   Merry Christmas from Cheaper Than Dirt!

What did you find under the tree? Any wish list items for 2015 you would like to share?

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Comments (2)

  1. This past year has been not the best in memory but ,in the same breath ,it must be said to have not been the worst.
    To those that stand to post around the world. To those that have. A very Merry Christmas! May the coming year see you safe.
    To absent friends and Comrads, you are not forgotten but remembered always. You are close today.
    I would wish for Peace on earth in 2015. I would hope that the price for such a wish is not so high that we regret making it.
    I remain hopeful with my right hand extended in friendship and welcome to all men and women, . . . my left, in caution, remains in contact always with the tools of my defense and the defense of others.
    A very wonderful Holiday season to all, may the comming New Year be a positive one for you.
    Pete sends . . .

  2. As a retired LEO, I have to pause and reflect to those who are part of “The Thin Blue Line”… Who took the oath of office to ” serve and protect ” and in doing so made the ultimate sacrifice and gave their lives for their fellow man, for their communities and for the betterment of all in this country.

    In doing so they have now gone on to their final resting place and on to eternal life.

    I (we) pause and remember their service and dedication and say “thank you all for your sacrifice and may you be at rest now in God’s grace”.

    We will carry on and your memory will never be forgotten by the “Thin Blue Line”…

    To all who have given the ultimate sacrifice may you all rest in peace…

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