Camping & Survival

Here’s What’s Hot in the Cheaper Than Dirt! Forums (Sept 8, 2012)

  • 40 Items to Barter in a Post-Collapse World
  • History of Rifles I.Q. Test
  • Necessity Is The Mother Of Invention?
  • 8 Ways To Spot Someone Carrying A Concealed Gun
  • Buying Guns At Auction: Treasures On The Cheap

40 Items to Barter in a Post-Collapse World There are a lot of different opinions as to what items will be best for barter in a post-collapse world where the underground economy may be the only viable economy for the passing of goods and services. That said, consider this a starting point as you begin to acquire goods for barter.

History of Rifles I.Q. Test David E. Petzal has put together a challenging test on the history of rifles (and a few handgun questions for fun) that goes all the way back to the days of da Vinci. Good luck, gun nuts.

Necessity Is The Mother Of Invention? Necessity is supposed to be the mother of invention. I’m sure that was the case when it comes to the AK-47 shown above. Not only does it use a guitar strap for a sling, but it has a rather unique buttstock to say the least.

8 Ways To Spot Someone Carrying A Concealed Gun Do you make these concealed carry holster mistakes? It’s not particularly hard to spot someone carrying a concealed carry gun — even if you can’t see it directly.

Buying Guns At Auction: Treasures On The Cheap At local auctions there is often something for everyone: solid hunting rifles, roughly handled guns that would make a great project for the budding gunsmith, military surplus guns, and the occasional rare piece for a high-end collection.

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