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Northwest Goods

Page history last edited by Michael 3 years, 4 months ago

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Maybe you'll want some of these ...

 

     These are of course very general costs; transportation expenses, seasonal variations, supply and demand will all affect these.

     Specifically, these are the goods found in stores in Oregon City. Also, almost no store will carry even a fraction of this list. And importantly:  this is just to speed up the game, so players can root around in the inventory on their own. The referee retains the right to say, "Nope, none of those available, sorry."

 

     Availability:  for an ordinary walk-in customer, not known to the seller nor part of their organization, this is the chance as a POWxN%, of at least one item being available. Of course, some locations will have better availability, and having good contacts will also help.

     Trade Markup:  prices increase as the difficulty and danger of transport increase. Prices for items produced in Oregon City will be increased by 50% to 100% on the Columbia River, or a couple of days travel south into the Willamette Valley; items shipped to remote or dangerous places will have prices up to ten times (10x) the prices shown. And of course, raw materials are purchased for one-quarter or one-half of what they're sold for in Oregon City.

 

Clothing

- same prices and availability as at Cartel stores

 

Odds and Ends

 

Odds and Ends 

item

avail.

mass, kg

cost

books (mostly older, good quality hardbacks or coated-paper magazines)

always

0.25+

$1.00+

hemp rope, 3/8" diameter, 100 meters; safe load 50 kg, breaking strength 600 kg

always

4.5

$1.00

hemp rope, 3/4" diameter, 100 meters; safe load 350 kg, breaking strength 2450 kg

always

25

$5.00

canvas cartridge bag for 50 rifle shells or 25 shotgun shells

always

 

$1.50

heavy leather cartridge bag, ditto

always

 

$2.00

bandolier, leather

always

 

$2.50

gunbelt

always

 

$1.25

smallest binoculars, 20th Century construction, 8x, a bit foggy and dinged up

x7%

0.6

$8.00

largest binoculars, 20th Century construction, 10x-40x zoom, a bit foggy and dinged up

x1%

2.0

$15.00

spy glass

x4%

 

$5.00

metal drinking flask, 1/2 pint

x10%

 

$2.00

collapsible metal drinking cup

x4%

 

$1.00

small floor safe, with combination lock and known combination; 45 cm x 45 cm x 70 cm tall

x1%

250

$20.00

padlock, small, with 1 key

x7%

 

$0.25

padlock, medium, pre-War, with 1 key

x4%

 

$1.00

padlock, big, pre-War, with 1 key

x1%

 

$2.00

keys copied

x7%

n/a

$0.10

hand cuffs

x1%

 

$4.00

lead-filled leather billie

x7%

 

$1.00

powder flask

x10%

 

$1.00

hunting knife with scabbard, 6" blade

always

 

$2.00

leather money belt

x4%

 

$1.25

one-half pound of pins

x10%

0.2

$0.40

wooden barrel, 42 gallon capacity

x4%

 

$2.50

steel drum, 55 gallon capacity (always salvage, but watertight)

x10%

21

$4.00

cooking grille or barbeque, 2.5' long by 2' wide

x10%

 

$2.00

bones, per ton

x4%

1000

$7.50

hay, per bale

always

45

$0.40

hay, baled per ton (22 bales)

always

1000

$6 - $8

hay, loose per ton

always

1000

$4 - $5

charcoal or coal, per bushel

always

10

$0.20

firewood, per bushel, dry pine

always

10

$0.06

firewood, per cord, dry pine

always

864

$6.00

methanol, per 55-gallon drum (includes weight of drum), in the Willamette Valley

x10%

165

$5.00

methanol, per 200 liter drum (includes weight of drum), in the Democratic Republic of America

always

165

$2.50

biodiesel, per 200 liter drum (includes weight of drum), in the Democratic Republic of America

always

165

$20.00

 

Livestock

 

Livestock

item

avail.

mass, kg

cost

cat

always

4.5

free!

goat

x10%

 

$2

adult sheep, not including wool

x10%

 

$2

colt

x7%

 

$6 - $8

unbroken (but milkable) adult horse mare

x7%

 

$12 - $20

unbroken adult stallion, or dry adult mare

x4%

 

$10 - $15

riding horse

x4%

 

$60

 

Electrical Gear

 

Electrical Gear (in working condition, unless noted)

item

notes and game effects

avail.

mass

cost

electric soldering iron

runs on 110 volt AC

x4%

0.45 kg

$3

gas soldering iron

runs on methanol; includes 1 meter hose

x4%

1.7 kg

$3

telephone lineman's handset

with rotary dial, and leads a bit over 1 meter long. Military version is TS-365/GT. Some phone company models might have touch-tone pad.

x1%

0.9 kg

$5

military field telephone

uses two or four D cell batteries, not included; weight depends on type. Range between two phones is about 30 km. TA-314 is typical US model, or EE-8 from WW2

x1%

3.5+ kg

$6

dial telephone

basic Western Electric phone

x4%

2.2 kg

$2

lamp socket with switch

salvaged, to mount Edison screw base light bulbs

x4%

0.3 kg

$2

military field telephone wire

twisted-pair high-temperature fire-resistant cable, breaking strain 500 kg. Dispenser reel of 800 meters.

x4%

10 kg

$5

12 volt auto battery, charged

refurbished lead-acid batteries, capacity is not very high

x4%

17 kg

$20

12 volt auto battery, dead

ran down, corroded plates, good only for salvage

x7%

 

$2

6 volt "jeep" battery, charged

refurbished; also for several vintage or antique cars.

x1%

15 kg

$10

14 gauge 2-conductor wire

uncut, unspliced coil of 76 meters. Much cheaper in shorter lengths, salvaged from homes

x4%

7.3 kg

$12

electric light bulb

new built, imported from far away. Example is 50 watts

x1%

0.1 kg

$10

electrical repair kit

crimping/wire stripping tool, bolt cutter, keyhole saw, cable stripper, needle-nose pliers, regular and Phillips screwdrivers, neon circuit tester, electrican's tape, cable ties, wire staples, wire connectors, alligator clips, assorted connectors and terminals, all in a tool box.

x1%

1.25 kg

$12

 

Industrial Supplies

 

Industrial Supplies

item

notes and game effects

avail.

mass

cost

steel angle iron

1.5" by 1.5", 0.125" thick, 20' long with holes at each end. The shop will cut them for $0.10 per cut; holes are drilled for $0.50 each hole. They have a lot of lighter stuff, as well, but not much heavier stuff in long lengths 

x10%

11 kg

$1.00 plus

$0.10 per cut

mild steel plate

the thickest available at a Cartel trading post is 0.18" (7 gauge, 4.6mm, 10 armor points), delivered in plates 48" x 96". Trading posts would rather not cut these

x10%

109 kg

$16

railway rail

59 kg per meter, price is for 24 meter length with holes at each end, but won't be much less for shorter lengths, due to difficulty in cutting them

x10%

1416 kg

$10

expanded steel grating

typical is 1/2" spacing grid, 0.2" thick, sold in 48" x 120" sections

x7%

26 kg

$4 plus

$2 per cut

catwalk grating

typical is 0.6" deep, 48" x 120"

x4%

72 kg

$10 plus $5 per cut

wire cable, heavy duty

probably taken off bulldozer logging winches. 16mm thick, 46 meters long, safe load 4 tons, breaking strength about 16 tons

x7%

49 kg

$10

 

Protective Clothing

 

 Protective Clothing

item

notes and game effects

avail.

mass

cost

leather jacket

2 points of armor

x10%

 

$2.50

full leather armor

covers everything but the head; 2 points of armor

x7%

 

$4

football pads

covers chest and shoulders; 2 points  of armor

x4%

 

$2

light mail shirt

covers arms and torso; 4 points of armor

x4%

 

$12

heavy mail shirt

covers arms and torso; 6 points of armor

x4%

 

$20

gas mask, with good filter 

  x1%
 

$20

gas mask filter 

 

x1%

 

$10

gas mask, with improvised filter 

 

x4%

 

$10

round shield

metal and wood; 12 points of armor

x7%

 

$3

M1 steel helmet

5 points of armor

x4%

 

$5

motorcycle helmet 

4 points of armor

x10%

 

$6

motorcycle helmet with visor

4 points of armor

x4%

 

$4

 

Staples

 

Staples

item

avail.

mass

cost

mutton, per pound

x4%

0.45 kg

$0.03

horse meat, fresh, per pound "prime steak grade"

x1%

0.45 kg

$0.25 - $0.29

horse meat, fresh, per pound "medium grade for roasting"

x4%

0.45 kg

$0.19

horse meat, fresh, per pound "basic grade for soup"

x7%

0.45 kg

$0.05

horse meat, salted, per pound

x10%

0.45 kg

$0.09

sausage, per pound

x7%

0.45 kg

$0.12

lard, per pound

x7%

0.45 kg

$0.12

fish, per pound (varies by season)

x10%

0.45 kg

$0.02

butter (horse or mutton, usually), per pound

x4%

0.45 kg

$0.15

cheese (horse or mutton, usually), per pound

x7%

0.45 kg

$0.10

fruit, per pound

x4%

0.45 kg

$0.08 to $0.15

vegetables, per pound

x10%

0.45 kg

$0.02 to $0.8

grain (wheat, rye, oats, barley, corn), per bushel (about 60 pounds)

x10%

27 kg

$0.50 to $1.50

rice, per pound

x4%

0.45 kg

$0.10 - $0.11

flour and meal,  per pound

x10%

0.45 kg

$0.02 to $0.03

brown sugar, per pound

x7%

0.45 kg

$0.08 - $0.10

white sugar, per pound

x4%

0.45 kg

$0.14

coffee, per pound (made from tobacco, acorns, dandelion roots, and barley)

x4%

0.45 kg

$0.10

coffee, per pound (from actual coffee beans)

x1%

0.45 kg

$5

common salt, per pound

x7%

0.45 kg

$0.05

hard bread, per pound

x10%

0.45 kg

$0.10

soft bread or pancakes etc., per pound

x7%

0.45 kg

$0.20

molasses, per pint

x7%

 

$0.05 - $0.09

molasses, per gallon

"

 

$0.40 - $0.70

vinegar, per pint

x7%

 

$0.03

hot sauce, per pint (not super hot)

x7%

 

$0.15

soap, per pound

x7%

0.45 kg

$0.08 - $0.10

water, potable, per pint (four pints a day needed)

always

 

free

water, distilled or filtered, per pint (four pints a day needed)

always

 

$0.01

beer, per pint

always

 

$0.05

wine, per pint

x10%

 

$2.00 or more

apple cider, per pint

x4%

 

$2.00

shot of whiskey (1.5 ounces, 44 milliliters):   available as "corn whiskey" and "rye whiskey"

always

n/a

$0.15 to $0.20

two shots of whiskey (minimum for a "free lunch")

always

n/a

$0.25

fifth bottle of whiskey (750 milliliters)

always

1 kg

$3.25

pint bottle of whiskey (473 milliliters)

always

0.5 kg

$2.00

Oregon trade weed, per pound

always

0.45 kg

$0.40 - $1.00

tobacco (nicotiana rustica), per pound

x7%

0.45 kg

$1 - $2

 

Tools

 

Tools

item

notes and game effects

avail.

mass

cost

anvil, small

 

x10%

10 kg

$3

anvil, medium

 

x7%

30 kg

$4

anvil, large

 

x4%

45 kg

$6

forge, portable small

45 cm diameter haerth

x7%

50 kg

$15

forge, portable medium

70 cm by 100 cm haerth, includes water tank

x4%

150 kg

$20

blacksmith's forge tool set

hammers, tongs, nippers, swages, fullers, cutters, stocks and dies, files, oil trough, bellows, etc.

x7%

100+ kg

$30

bench drill

like a drill press, but hand-operated

x4%

15 kg

$6

bench vise

10.5 cm maximum jaw opening

x7%

20 kg

$6

grindstone

in wooden frame, with treadle

x4%

25 kg

$2

buck saw

1 meter blade

x7%

1 kg

$1

hand saw

0.3 m to 1 m blade, rip or crosscut, etc.

x7%

1 kg

$0.20 to $0.75

soldering kit

several soldering coppers, lead-tin solder, charcoal or pine rosin flux, brush, etc.

x1%

4 kg

$2

 

Vehicles

 

Vehicles 

item

notes

avail.

cost

utility bicycle

not lightweight, mass 16 - 21 kg. Usually several gears and a handbrake.

x7%

$30

kid's bicycle

smallish, with banana seat, lowrider/gorilla handlebars, single speed, no brakes, some have solid tires, may have footpegs on front or rear axles

x4%

$20

cargo bicycle

meant to be pushed with up to 100 kg cargo. Has shelves and tie-down loops, normally doesn't have pedals or seat. Tires are usually nearly solid, or filled with run-flat foam.

x7%

$40

3/4 ton farm wagon

includes seat, brake, bows and canvas top, feed box, tool box, tongue, yokes. Body is 1 meter wide, 3 meters long. 360 kg weight empty. Can carry 8 troops.

x10%

$45

1 ton farm wagon

includes seat, brake, bows and canvas top, feed box, tool box, tongue, yokes. Body is 1 meter wide, 3 meters long. 380 kg weight empty. Can carry 10 troops.

x7%

$48

2-1/4 ton farm wagon

includes seat, brake, bows and canvas top, feed box, tool box, tongue, yokes. Body is 1 meter wide, 3 meters long. 500 kg weight empty. Can carry 12 troops.

x4%

$55

harness for two draft horses

includes bridles, collars, belly bands, etc. for two horses side-by-side

x10%

$20

 

Firearms

 

Cap-and-Ball

 

flintlock or cap-and-ball black powder weapons 

item

notes and game effects

avail.

mass

cost

single-shot pistol

blah blah ...

x4%

 

$10

zip gun

the very cheapest, single-shot smoothbore weapon

x4%

 

$1

.36 caliber revolver

6 shots

x4%

 

$10 - $20

.44 caliber revolver

6 shots

x1%

 

$12 - $25

single-barrel 12 gauge shotgun

percussion-cap fired

x4%

 

$10

double-barrel 12 gauge shotgun

percussion-cap fired

x4%

 

$16

.58 or .60 caliber smoothbore musket

aka Northwest Gun, Trade Gun; normally flintlock

x4%

 

$9

.58 or .60 caliber smoothbore pistol

aka Hawken pistol; flintlock or percussion

x4%

 

$10 - $15

.58 caliber rifle

normally percussion-cap fired; higher prices represent better construction, set triggers, fancy materials

x1%

 

$16 - $25

Kentucky rifle

blah blah ...

x1%

 

$10 - $20

wall gun

~1" caliber smoothbore, breech-loading, percussion fired, with barrel at least 1.3 meters long, gun about 1.7 m long; can be shoulder fired with rest

x1%

10-20

$50-$75

swivel gun

~1" caliber smoothbore, muzzle-loading, percussion fired, with barrel less than 1 meter long; no stock, fired from a Y-shaped mount

x1%

8-12

$40 - $60

swivel cannon

~2" caliber smoothbore gun, percussion fired; fired only from a Y-shaped mount

x1%

 

$100+

 

12 Gauge Cartridge Shotguns

 

cartridge shotguns 

item

notes and game effects

avail.

mass

cost

single-barrel, rolling block

blah blah ...

x4%

 

$16

single-barrel, break open

blah blah ...

x4%

 

$20

double-barrel, break open

blah blah ...

x1%

 

$32

double-barrel, break open, very short

blah blah ...

x1%

 

$20

single-barrel, smokeless

blah blah ...

x1%

 

$32

double-barrel, smokeless

blah blah ...

x1%

 

$50

old but working pump-action

blah blah ... reliability will be lower than it once was

x1%

 

$150

 

Cartridge Longarms

 

cartridge longarms 

item

notes and game effects

avail.

mass

cost

rolling block single-shot

.44 Styx caliber; not many will be available

x4%

 

$50

rolling-block single shot

.44-90, .58, .45-70 and other calibers; not many will be available

x1%

 

$30

zip gun musket

smoothbore, various calibers

x7%

 

$3 - $6

Cartel Rifle

.41 Cartel caliber. A recoil-operated semi-auto rifle, originally built to employ black powder. Some are built for full-auto fire, and equipped with a bipod. Magazines are mostly poorly-made copies of BAR mags, hold 20 rounds, and cost $4 each. Ammo is made from cut-down 7.62mm NATO cases, so technically 10.4x40mm. It's between .44 Magnum and .444 Marlin in power (depending on powder used, of course). Not many will be available.

Malfunction 80+, full-auto versions Malfunction 76+

Effective range 50 meters, maybe a bit more in the best ones

x1%

5 kg

$150

Styx Rifle

.44 Styx caliber (will also chamber .44 Magnum, .44 Special) -- pretty close ballistically to .444 Marlin. Any of a variety of bolt-action or lever-action rifles, with either tubular or (non-interchangeable) box magazines, which in any case hold 5 rounds. Not many will be available.

x4%

5 kg

$75

40mm grenade launcher

smoothbore, similar to an M79; no long range sights fitted

x1%

~4 kg

$25

 

Cartridge Handguns

 

cartridge handguns 

item

notes and game effects

avail.

mass

cost

zip gun

.22 LR or .38 caliber, single shot, unrifled, effective range 5 meters

x7%

 

$1 - $2

knuckle-duster

.22 LR caliber, unrifled, 6 shots, effective range 5 meters

x1%

 

$7

light revolver, dinky

.22 LR caliber, 5 or 6 shots, blah blah ...

x1%

 

$5

light revolver, small

.38 caliber, 5 shots, blah blah ...

x4%

 

$12

light revolver

.44-40 caliber, 5 shots, blah blah ....

x1%

 

$15

 

Ancient Firearms

 

ancient firearms; reliability will be lower than it once was

item

notes and game effects

avail.

mass

cost

Winchester 1894 carbine

.30-30 caliber

x1%

 

$60

detective special revolver

.38 Special caliber, 5 shots, double-action

x1%

 

$20

generic 20th C revolver

.38 Special caliber, 6 shots, double-action

x1%

 

$30

cowboy single-action revolver

.45 Long Colt caliber, 6 shots

x1%

 

$25

12 gauge pump shotgun

5  or 8 shell capacity

x1%

 

$150

 

Ammunition

 

Black Powder Cartridges

 

black powder cartridges 

item

notes

penetration

damage

avail.

mass

cost

.22 LR

box of 50

   

x7%

0.2 kg

$10

.38 pistol

box of 50

   

x4%

0.7 kg

$15

.38 blank

box of 50

   

x4%

0.4 kg

$7

.44-40

box of 50

   

x1%

1.1 kg

$20

.45 Long Colt

box of 50

   

x1%

1.2 kg

$30

.41 Cartel Rifle

box of 20

   

x1%

0.5 kg

$7

.44 Styx Rifle

box of 20

   

x4%

0.5 kg

$22

.44-90 rifle

box of 20

   

x1%

0.8 kg

$22

.45-70 Government

box of 20

   

x1%

0.8 kg

$30

.58 rifle or pistol

box of 20

   

x1%

1.1 kg

$30

12 gauge buckshot, brass hull

box of 10

   

x1%

0.6 kg

$30

12 gauge buckshot, paper hull

box of 10

x4%

0.6 kg

$7

12 gauge wire shot, paper hull

box of 10; #4 shot wrapped in wire screen

   

x1%

0.6 kg

$9

12 gauge slug, paper hulls

box of 10

   

x1%

0.6 kg

$9

40x46mm black powder shell

each

almost none

 

x1%

0.2 kg

$6

 

  • black powder, per lb., $2

  • flints, four for 1 cent

  • percussion caps, per box of 100: 

     

  • the 40mm black powder shell uses old nylon training rounds, .38 caliber blanks, and a simple black powder "bomb" projectile weighing 8 ounces or less. The "bomb" has a fuse of 3 to 9 seconds duration; the projectile normally lands in 2 or 3 seconds, though. Point-detonating rounds are rare and unreliable. Maximum range of these shells is about 200 meters.

     

Smokeless Cartridges

 

smokeless cartridges 

item

notes

penetration

damage

avail.

mass

cost

.38 Special

box of 50

   

x1%

-- kg

$25

.30-30

box of 50

   

x1%

-- kg

$75

 

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