Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Cheaper Than Dirt --- GUNS






I took these pictures at a store called "Cheaper Than Dirt" in Fort Worth, TX.  I have always seen guns hanging on a wall in many stores, but mostly they were hunting rifles.  I had never seen a bigger assortment of assault rifles in one place as I did there.  I got home and opened up the picture and tried to name all of the guns and see which ones were on the video games I play.  Price tags anywhere from 750 and up, is what I saw.  What a great store!  I suggest anyone who goes by one should just walk in and take a look.  Very cool!

To the Situation's comment:  yes.  This is the CTD online store.  In fact, this store was a smaller room inside a large warehouse that they operated out of.

33 comments:

  1. Is it any way related to the CTD online store?

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  2. I've got a couple rifles and a shotgun, but they're pretty old. I really should think about investing in a newer model or restoring/repairing what i have.

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  3. Hey! I have a friend who goes to TCU!

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  4. that reminds me... I'm in the market for a gun

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  5. i'd feel like a kid in a candy store

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  6. Wish we had guns around here, for citizens etc. In the future if I move to the states I will be picking myself up a few cool little toys =D

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  7. i like the way they look, great visual expression

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  8. You'll never see stuff like this in Europe >_>

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  9. oh yeah that is the arm deposit :))

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  10. That's a store that will never be robbed.

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  11. I like your post and I would really like to see more of them

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  12. what exactly would 750$ buy you?

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  13. hit this store up when the zombies takeover

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  14. gun heaven!

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  15. Oh my God theres so many. I bet some people can identify all of them.

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