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Posted: 10/16/2013 2:32:37 PM EST
While buying once, crying once is a favorite saying of mine, there are some great values out there that can be considered "cheap".

For example, I can think of three knives I keep around and use often.
Mora knives
Opinel knives
Swiss Army

Let's add to the list.

Rock Island Armory 1911.
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ESEE Knives.
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Tramontina machetes

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Vortex SPARC. I've been thinking of getting one and it looks like a really good deal.
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Gerber folder I got from Walmart. Great knife.
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I really like my dad's Ruger p95.

ETA I think it was like 295 NIB
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I really like my dad's Ruger p95.

ETA I think it was like 295 NIB
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Dis^^^^^^
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Imacasa machetes.
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Gonna get shit for this one....

highpoints

dpms rifles

yes I'm serious. Have never seen either of them fail.
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Mec-Gar mags.
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harbor freight step bits. $5 and one lasted me almost 2 years of everyday use.

click here
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Washburn acoustic guitars.
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Champion 3500 watt generators for $299. Five years with mine and it runs and works as well as my Honda 3500 genny.
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Dodge pickups.

Flame suit on.
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I really like my dad's Ruger p95.

ETA I think it was like 295 NIB
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I paid $305 NIB for mine.


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Benchmark whiskey
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Originally Posted By 46and2:
harbor freight step bits. $5 and one lasted me almost 2 years of everyday use.

click here
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This. Most of their air tools ain't bad either
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Glocks

Sven saws
Nalgenes
barefoot wine/champagne
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I've been using the same Harbor Freight tool set I put together in 2003. $83 worth back then.
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PBR




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Gonna get shit for this one....

highpoints

dpms rifles

yes I'm serious. Have never seen either of them fail.
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I like my DPMS .308.
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Originally Posted By x300blkx:
Vortex SPARC. I've been thinking of getting one and it looks like a really good deal.
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You could say Vortex and Nikon scopes.
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PSA
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Crack whores.

Homemade meth.

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Bronze membership and trailer park girls.
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Busch Light
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Kroger's store brand coffee beans
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Kelty backpacks.
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EBT.

Cause its free.
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Busch Light
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+1
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Mora, Palmetto State Armory, I liked the Vortex Sparc comment. NEF shotguns, Brown bear x39,
The guy who said ESEE clearly can't read the OP
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Kirkland Vodka
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Kirkland Vodka
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Kirkland Vodka





My cousin knows the buyer who brokered the private label deal... try it. It's a top shelf supplier.
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Lucid hd7 red dot. tonka tough and all around super optic for the price.
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Bourbon:
Buffalo Trace, Evan Williams

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I enjoy George Dickel with a splash of ginger on game day.

Bic lighters

Mag light flashlights

Coleman thermos

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Mora, Palmetto State Armory, I liked the Vortex Sparc comment. NEF shotguns, Brown bear x39,
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This

Depending on which one (Pardner Protector, or 982 Hawk) you can have a really good shotgun from $189-$209
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1. For a home theater PC, this is awesome with VLC player or XBMC: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00224ZDFY/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

2. A $13 used Gillette, a $35 Merkur, or a $40 Edwin Jagger safety razor will last for generations of cheap shaves with $0.10 DE blades.

3. Jet Beam flashlights beat the pants off Surefire & are only ~$30... and there are $5-10 lights that are also just as good on Amazon, shipping from China.

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Ramen
Mosins
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My cousin knows the buyer who brokered the private label deal... try it. It's a top shelf supplier.
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Kirkland Vodka





My cousin knows the buyer who brokered the private label deal... try it. It's a top shelf supplier.


It's Grey Goose Vodka......really

Their bourbon and Spiced Rum is also very good. When they have the 25 yr old Single Malt "Macallan" BUY IT and quickly.
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Casio Gshocks.

Seiko snk809 and other auto 5s.
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Aluminum GI mags
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Vortex SPARC. I've been thinking of getting one and it looks like a really good deal.
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I came to add the Vortex red dots.
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Don Hume holsters

Not dirt cheap, but way less money than the big name brands, and a great leather holster for the price.
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I've been using the same Harbor Freight tool set I put together in 2003. $83 worth back then.
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About 4 years ago I bought a Kobalt tool set from Lowes in a blow molded plastic case. I put it on a harbor freight utility cart and intended to use it as a more mobile set of tools than my big set of tool that I had in a craftsman roll away in the front of my garage. That was pretty much the last time I used my "real" tools. The set didn't have everything, but it did 99% of the stuff I've needed hand tools for. The tool set was $90 and the cart was cheap, but I'm not sure how much. I'm amazed at how good those cheap tools are. I don't even bother grabbing my snap on stuff and prefer it to my craftsman stuff.
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SS scopes from SWFA.

SR1911s.

The aforementioned RIA 1911s.
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Next bicycles.
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Seagull acoustic guitars

4 blade military pocket knives-the ones made by Camillus, Ulster, etc. I believe they are sometimes called an "Engineers Knife". Made from 1950's to late 1990's.

Like so:


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Schmidt-Rubin rifles
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