Top Five Gifts for Long Gunners
It’s hunting and shopping season. I get less excited about the latter since the woods continually call. I’d rather be in a treestand or calling yotes rather than walking through a crowded store, listening to some hip-hop version of “Santa Clause is Coming to Town.” Instead, I’d rather jump on the internet and purchase from afar. Here are five long-gun accessories to purchase this season…for yourself or someone else.
Hollands Gunsmithing Scope Level
Pretty cool gadget here. I struggle to keep my gun level, especially when shooting at odd angles. The scope level keeps me honest and doesn’t impede my line of sight. Plus, it attaches to your traditional 1-inch or 34mm scope rings. BUY HERE
Kestrel 5700 Elite Meter
This is my pie-in-the-sky gift. If you want to evoke child-like screaming and giddiness, this is the gift you give a long gunner. The Kestrel is an essential tool to elevate the precision long-gun game. Using its ballistics calibration feature, shooters can "train" the 5700 Elite weather meter’s Applied Ballistics software to match a specific rifle based on observed long-range impacts. There are way more cool features, but give this gift! BUY HERE.
Cole-TAC HTP Suppressor Cover
The long-gun community embraced the use of suppressors quicker than most. It seems like everyone is running a suppressor on their long guns. The Cole-TAC HTP Suppressor Cover is rated for temps up to 3000-degrees Fahrenheit. That’s a whole lot of heat. After shooting a long match or just spending an afternoon on the range, shooters can immediately take the suppressor off rather than waiting for the slow cool down. BUY HERE
Caldwell Ballistic Precision Chronograph
Serious long-range shooters want more details than what’s on the box of ammo. That’s precisely why a chronograph makes sense for these folks. The Ballistic Precision Chronograph from Caldwell gives accurate velocity measurements across a wide range of shooting conditions. So no matter where you’re shooting, you’ll always have the most accurate details of how your rounds are performing. BUY HERE
Carbon Fiber Tripod
This is by far one of the best tripods I’ve utilized. Shooters need to purchase a Pig Saddle, funny name, to use with this one. I use the Xiletu Carbon Fiber Tripod religiously when shooting long range. I’ve even used it for hunting purposes and had great success. I can’t recommend this one highly enough for the long gunner. BUY HERE
It seems like long range shooting is taking over the world. What’s not to love? It challenges the mind and skillset of a shooter more than most disciplines. Get on these deals quickly because the last thing you want to do is walk around lost without any gifts to give. ~ 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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