Stocking Up on Stocking Stuffers
I enjoy a good stocking stuffer more than most. Typically, stocking stuffers include items that I probably wouldn’t buy for myself since I’m saving up my dollars for trips. So leading up to Christmas, I drop hints about those few items I’m looking to garner. BTW, I am throwing these stuffers out there if you are looking to get me a little something.
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Listen, I don’t care if you carry a gun. That doesn’t mean you can’t be prepared. The Rat tourniquet is a practical gift that can save a life. If you carry a gun, you better carry a tourniquet, and you dang well be able to use it. BUY HERE.
Hilarious name, but they work like a charm. Dude Wipes serve countless purposes. I’ve cleaned up puke, blood, grime and all sort of nastiness with these handy, flushable wipes. They are handy to have around no matter where you find yourself. BUY HERE.
If you’re going to swat a fly or exterminate a wasp, you might as well do it in style. The Bug-A-Salt is crazy fun that everyone will enjoy. If your wife doesn’t like those creepy-crawly things, she can dispatch them from afar. I’m giving a big nod to this one. BUY HERE.
Rite in the Rain Note Pad
If I didn’t use it I wouldn’t believe it worked so well. The Rite in the Rain note pads work extremely well documenting my hunts and range time. I make notes about every detail to reference through the years. Writing stuff down helps me reflect on the good and bad times I’ve had and the lessons I’ve learned. BUY HERE.
HotHands Hand Warmers
Anytime I travel to the stand in cold weather HotHands rest in my pockets. I’ll reluctantly buy them on my own, but I’d rather receive them as a gift. Plus, there’s an abundance of offerings available. Quick hint, purchase the larger HotHands because they cover more area and last just as long as the small ones. BUY HERE.
Stocking stuffers like these make waking up early on Christmas worth it. Other great gifts would always include: socks, knives, multi-tools and targets. I won’t be disappointed to see any of these waiting on me if you’re looking for ideas. WINK, WINK. ~ 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 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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