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Gear, Parts and Accessories

Seven New Products for Shooters and Sportsmen

Hunting season has just begun and Christmas will be here before we know it. Now is the time to check out the newest products from Cheaper Than Dirt! Seven new products for hunters, sportsmen, survivalists and shooters will help you in the field. The new model Steyr AUG A3 M1 includes a VLTOR sling swivel stud and new integrated optics mounting platform. Sightmark has a good quality red dot sight for cheap, a bipod you need for hunting whitetail and quite possibly the best and your new favorite AR-15 magazine from Elite Tactical Systems Group. Click to read more and start shopping!

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Knives, Guns and Lower Receivers New to Cheaper Than Dirt!

A little something for everyone on this week’s list of new products. Rather you are a camper, shooter or military surplus collector—if you are interested in pursuing outdoor activities, Cheaper Than Dirt meets your needs. Check out Gerber’s newest camp knife, Midwest Industries AR-15 billet stripped lower receiver, SIG Sauer’s P320 first striker-fired pistol and a military surplus duffle bag that doubles as a backpack. Jump on our deals now before we sell out!

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Camping & Survival

Quick Camping Tip: Camping With Your Dog

I’m a dog lover and take my pets with me nearly everywhere I go—including camping. Dogs love to be outdoors and yours will get a kick out of going camping with you. However, you and your pup should follow a proper etiquette. Taking your dog camping is fun, easy and should not cause any problems if you follow these 10 rules to taking your dog camping.

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Camping & Survival

Quick Camping Tip: How to Critter Proof Your Campsite

While out in the wilderness there is a good chance you are going to run across a critters and wildlife. Cooking and barbequing food while camping attracts all kinds of animals and bugs. Raccoons, bears, skunks and ants are attracted to your campsite. Clean up after yourself, store your food away properly, and follow these six steps to keeping unwanted visitors away while you are camping.