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Old 11-23-2013, 10:35 PM   #1
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I think it's been done in years past but I'm not exactly sure. We should post gift ideas for shooters that are not really expensive. I'm thinking under $50 for the most part and definitely under $100. I'm sure everyone would love a new $2000 Nighthawk but thats not very realistic.

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Range bag - Midway Range bag The competition or compact competition have always gotten great reviews and are under $50 and really inexpensive for what you get. It's also generic enough to be useful to any shooter, we all need a range bag.
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Mags are always a welcome gift, of course my gift givers know what kind of mags I use, so subtle hints may be required for some.
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More ammo.
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More ammo.
Unfortunately Bricks of .22 are out of the price range of this thread.

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/Now back to your normal thread, and ammo is a great gift. Especially something your shooter wouldn't normally splurge on.
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For those that have a rifle on the AR platform...

Charging handle, a new pistol grip, if we are going with the under $100 perhaps a bcm gunfighter comp
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A gift certificate for the Chicken Range.
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gun cases are always a good gift.

ammo if the person knows the proper type to buy.

pistol cases.


cleaning and maintenance items.

gun or hunting books or videos.

gun magazine subscriptions.

an NRA membership or upgrade.

hunting apparel.

rifle slings and sling swivels.
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Cleaning Accessories..
Some brushes, patches, gun scrubber, oil, wipe down cloth, bore snake etc etc...

Targets grid type, Shoot n C, tape, ear foamies , lens cleaner....
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Reloading equipment.

This could be very specific to the individual. Does he need dies for a new caliber? More powder or primers or boolits? Maybe he's new to reloading and needs a book on it?
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shooting glasses and hearing protectors.

hunting or pocket knives.

Gerber or Leatherman multitool.

knife sharpening kits.

LED flashlights.
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