7 (Very) Last Minute Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Gun Owners

7 (Very) Last Minute Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Gun Owners
7 (Very) Last Minute Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Gun Owners
7 (Very) Last Minute Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Gun Owners
7 (Very) Last Minute Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Gun Owners

Maybe you’ve got some last minute shopping to do as I have. (Meaning, your wife took care of everything else but left you in charge of stocking stuffers.)

Well, here are a few very last minute ideas that may have to become belated Christmas presents or you can buy them with all of the gift cards you get…

1. The Lifestraw Water Filter – This should be in everyone’s Escape bag in the back of their car. These are inexpensive and they work. Recently, when I was hiking in Southern Utah I had to use this when I ran out of clean water sooner than I’d expected.

The Lifestraw Water Filter
The Lifestraw Water Filter

2. Ultralight Backpacking Stove – This stove weighs almost nothing and allows you to have a hot meal when camping and hiking. Of course, this is also a good idea to have on hand for an emergency situation at home.

Ultralight Backpacking Stove
Ultralight Backpacking Stove

3. 4 in 1 Survival Tool – It’s a handy little tool that can be used to pry open doors, and shut off gas and water in an emergency. It won’t take up much space if you decided to include it in a 72-hour kit.

4 in 1 Survival Tool
4 in 1 Survival Tool

4. Slip2000 – This is what I use to clean my guns and it’s always worked well for me. Another bonus of using Slip2000 is that you don’t feel the need to have to air out your house afterwards because it doesn’t produce a toxic smell.

Slip2000
Slip2000

5. D-Lead Soap – Washing your hands after shooting is critical so you get the lead off them. Lead from ammo is something to be taken seriously and this stuff will do the trick.

D-Lead Soap
D-Lead Soap

6. Shooting Gloves – These are the gloves I use when I carry concealed during the winter. I’ve had the same pair for years and they’ve worn well. They also allow me to shoot my gun without the gloves causing any problems. (Don’t forget to train with your gloves on so you know what it’s like to shoot wearing them.)

Shooting Gloves
Shooting Gloves

7. Fenix E05 Flashlight – This is a great little flashlight to carry in your pocket. It’s only 2.5 inches long and runs on a AAA battery. It provides 27 lumens of light, which may not sound like much but it’s plenty to allow you to see in the dark.

Fenix E05 Flashlight
Fenix E05 Flashlight

 

I hope you have a very Merry Christmas and keep yourself safe while traveling.

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J P Enterprises - Ar-15 Reduced Power Spring Kit

J P Enterprises – Ar-15 Reduced Power Spring Kit

Reduced-power springs provide a 3.5 pound trigger pull when used with J.P. triggers, and a pull of 4.5 to 5 pounds when used with standard trigger components.

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MCM Triggers – AR-15 Tactical BLK Trigger Single Stage 3.5lbs

This Brownells AR-15 Tactical Black Trigger features a flat trigger bow that enhances leverage and gives shooters more control over their trigger press.

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Smith & Wesson M&p Shield 9mm

Smith & Wesson M&p Shield 9mm

Smith & Wesson’s new M&P SHIELD™ is a slim, concealable, lightweight, striker-fired polymer pistol.  Available in 9mm, the new M&P SHIELD features a slim design combined with the proven and trusted features found in the M&P Pistol Series. From the pistol’s easily concealed one-inch profile to its optimized 18-degree grip angle, the M&P SHIELD offers professional-grade features that provide consumers with simple operation and reliable performance.

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Jason Hanson is a former CIA Officer and author of The Covert Guide to Concealed Carry. He is also the creator of the Ultimate Concealed Carry Experience, which allows you to take your concealed carry training without leaving home. For full details about this training, please visit Concealed Carry Academy. You can also follow him on Google+ and Twitter.
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