The Troubled Gift Giver

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Ignore the fact that she is looking at coats. The page before she was scoping out the P365 at Brownells...still not in stock.

You’ve done it now. You waited too long to purchase a gift. Now what? With the number of parcels received by the postal service this time of year, it’s unlikely your gift arrives on time.

We’ve got your back. Here are the top sites to get great last-second gifts, even if they show up late.

​Keep in mind: Price and stock could change after publish date, and we may make money from these links.

Cabela’s
Always the place to stop by first to see if deals are to be had. I’d suggest a hoodie. Nobody complains about an extra hoodie in the closet. CLICK HERE

Brownells
A great location to snag some gun gear. I hear they’re running specials on P-Mag…just sayin’. CLICK HERE

Palmetto State Armory
If I begin or finish a build, PSA is my stop. High-quality builds at an introductory price. If you are just starting a build, check out the “Stealth” stripped lower. (BUY HERE) Regular price $139. Now available for $39. CLICK HERE

Aero Precision
Another great option for the AR builders out there. Aero Precision offers a Coyote M17 Builder set that’s a great deal and looks sharp. CLICK HERE

Go Gear Direct
Not many folks know about Go Gear Direct, but it thrives on bundling gear specials together. When have you ever only needed one piece of gear? Pretty good idea if you ask me. CLICK HERE

RE Factor Tactical
The place we go for some great targets and patriotic apparel. RE Factor Tactical lends itself more to the military crowd, but they have great deals for everyone. CLICK HERE

Sorry you waited so long, but act fast on these deals over the holidays. If you are in a real pickle, go to your local sporting goods or gun shop and support the local economy. Best of Luck and Merry Christmas to all. ~ KJ

Kevin Jarnagin
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 knows his way around a bass boat. Whether it’s making his way to British Columbia for elk or training with pistols, Jarnagin always seems to find a gun in his hands and adventure on his mind.

 

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