Under the Tree

After a whirlwind Christmas, I settled down to further assess what sat before me. It looked like Santa had dumped an entire landfill of wrapping paper and new toys across the living room. Honestly, I’d like to strangle that man if I vickersfind him. I don’t need much, but he always seems to find just what I need. Here are a few items that ol’ Kris Kringle left under the tree.

Vickers Sling
I needed a new sling for my M&P15. Not knowing any better, I rushed to jump on the single-point sling craze. After taking a couple well-placed shots to the crotch, I couldn’t get that sling off fast enough. I settled on the Vickers Sling because it’s easy to manipulate. Last time I checked the Vickers Sling only runs $60. Check it out. CLICK HERE

silencercoSilencerCo Suppressor Cover
We all have that one friend who is slow to learn. Well, I’m that friend. I’ve learned my lesson that suppressors get heated and shouldn’t be touched, which is why I requested Santa send over a SilencerCo Suppressor Cover. Hopefully, this prevents further bodily harm in the future. For $55, I don’t mind buying a couple more after the holiday season. Find out more. CLICK HERE

Sitka Neck Gaiter
Before you get up in arms about Sitka being overpriced, let me assure you this is affordable and well worth the sitka$35. I moved south where the sun beats the devil out and palm trees sway, but I still find myself hunting in remote, cold climates. As a matter of fact, I'm cruising up to Iowa in search of a giant corn-fed monster. It's going to be brutally cold to a southern boy, so something to keep the neck from freezing is critical. Find your own. CLICK HERE

HotHands Variety Pack
This one is a standard under the tree or in a stocking. Somedays I'm just weaker than others. When the temps fall below 20 degrees, I start to shake uncontrollably, which doesn't help focus or hunting ability. Do yourself a favor and buy a few packs. CLICK HEREhothands

SureFire Stiletto
This one might be the gift of the season. Slimline, rechargeable, and an output of 650 lumens of bad-guy blinding power make this a do-it-all light. Jolly Saint Nick must have been listening to Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk Radio because a caller talked about the amazing charge, holding the power of the SureFire lights. Listen to the segment HERE. We ran this light this year on our show FPD, and I couldn't wait to get one after seeing how it cut through the darkness. The cost of this bad boy was roughly $112. CLICK HEREstiletto

I’d love to hear what you got this Christmas. Shoot me an email at [email protected] or, better yet, let Tom know what you got on the radio show. Call 866-825-5486 during the show on Sunday to let him know. ~ 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 often finds himself in 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.