Gifts that Keep on Shooting

I’ve turned a corner during the past few Christmas seasons, going from excitement when receiving a gift to sig dealelation when giving a gift. I guess that comes with age, but I enjoy seeing eyes light up when I present them with the perfect gift. This Christmas season I’m thinking the perfect gift is small, compact and goes bang.

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Sig Sauer Sub Compact P320
This gun is on sale and comes with a $50 Brownells Gift Card. The P320 had a slow going at first but has picked up steam as a reliable option for concealed carry. I’ve spent some time 22LRbehind this one and enjoyed shooting the sub-compact model. Plus, at this price it’s worth giving it a shot…or two. BUY HERE

Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 Compact
The M&P continues to be a staple in the arsenal. My favorite part about this one, aside from upgrades from first gen, is the shootability of the M&P M2.0. You get a $40 Brownells Gift Card with this one too. BUY HERE

Smith & Wesson M&P22 Compactsmith deal
If you have someone learning to shoot, this is a great option. Start them off small and then build up to the larger calibers. As a bonus, the price makes shooting the M&P22 Compact a no brainer. The cost of ammo is low, and the ergonomics of the gun match the M&P pistols. BUY HERE

Heckler & Koch VP9SK Sub-Compact heckler
Here’s another offering from Brownell’s, but this time you get a $75 gift card. The sub-compact VP9SK feels great in the hand, no matter the grip size. This one is modeled after the popular VP9 pistol, but the modular grip has been cut down to provide a shortened profile. BUY HERE

Walther Arms PPQM2ppq2
Known for grip and trigger, Walther Arms continues improving the PPQ. This just feels right in the hand. The hands fall right in place where they should without effort. The trigger doesn’t feel stock at all. This one is priced to move. BUY HERE

Keep in mind that if you are getting a loved one a firearm they must fill out the necessary paperwork. Here’s a fun idea: Purchase the gun and have it sent to the local gun shop. From that point get 10 boxes that decrease in size. In the final box, have a piece of paper with the address of the gun shop. Have them map the address to go pick up their newly found piece of joy.

Stay safe and enjoy the range during the holidays. ~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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