Christmas sneaks up on me. Every year I find myself scrambling only to pay full price. I’m jumping ahead to give you ideas that I am looking at buying my own family. Click on the links below to access the deals.
I never advocate for selecting a gun for your spouse. It’s difficult if they haven’t shown you the exact model requested. Instead, AMMO!
This is a tough one. For a man that has given so much what fits the bill. I’d love to spend more time with him so I am thinking an AR build all his own, with my help of course.
My mom isn’t much of a shooter, but she should be. To jump start a shooting journey start with a few classes of weekend getaway to lovely SE Louisiana and Range Ready. However, since she isn’t a gunner at heart I’ll drop some hints with these sweet gifts. P.S. My mom likes three things: Coffee, Freedom and me. (No particular order, maybe that order.)
I’ve got young men, and while they’re into Lego’s and Military History they love the hunt. So, I’ll get them a couple things on their list, but these gifts are from dad.
I hate showing up empty handed to Christmas shindigs. This is the I need a bunch of gifts at a cheap price. No better place to start than with some edged weaponry.
Just a reminder with all shooting related gifts. Gifts that support our 2A freedoms should not be taken likely. It is our responsibility to support our community. If you don’t find these helpful, consider giving them a membership to organizations that are on the front lines. Visit the following links for ideas:
Check back later for more gift ideas. ~ KJ
Kevin Jarnagin (KJ) hails from Oklahoma but quickly established Louisiana roots after joining the Gun Talk team. KJ grew up as a big game hunter and often finds himself in a different venture often. His early career had him working with one of the finest PR agencies in the outdoor industry – Blue Heron Communications. Before that, KJ molded the minds of business school students at the University of Oklahoma. Quickly learning he had to grow up sometime, KJ dedicated himself to the outdoors no matter what it took.