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March 30, 2006

Odd Stuff from the SHOT Show: The C.A.M.P. RTV Trailer System

My favorite place to sniff for new products at the SHOT Show (Shooting-Hunting-Outdoor-Trade Camprtvshot_2 Show) is outside of the main building, where vendors who failed to make reservations are banished to a gargantuan tent. The place is loaded with fresh stuff. This year, I found a massive tent beneath the big top. The C.A.M.P. RTV weighs more than 1,000 pounds (including the kitchen, shower, and optional air conditioning system). It pops out of a trailer and sets up in five minutes. The military is using a similar version as climate-controlled temporary buildings in Iraq. I was impressed. In fact, I would love to own one.  But if I could afford this home away from home, I would also be able to afford a private helicopter to take me to it, and a staff to wait on me when I arrived. $25,000; 845-359-6066; camprtv.com


Mike C

Great Blog!
I'll be sure to include this on the Heartland site as an RSS feed, and of course link to it and draw feeds on the Outdoor Blogger Network.


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