Dea Stash and Hideout Handbook
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Although many of the caches listed here are used by drug dealers, you may have extra cash, rare coins, stocks and bonds or other valuables that you want kept out of reach to all but yourself. This book offers insight into the mind of the searcher and shows how your house, your vehicle and your own body offer hundreds of ingenious locations to stash items large and small. W...more
Paperback, 48 pages
Published May 1st 1988 by Paladin Press
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The company publishes non-fiction books and videos covering a wide range of specialty topics,including (but not limited to) personal and financial freedom, survivalism and preparedness, firearms and shooting, various martial arts and self-defense, military and police tactics, investigation techniques, spying, lockpicking, sabot...more
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