Gift Ideas

smcbride014

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Hi All,

I do not own any guns, and I haven't even shot one myself, so I'm not aware of everything "gun". However, my father in law is an avid gun owner, and I am hoping to find him a neat accessory for Christmas.

In the past I have given him an initialed leather King Ranch pistol carrier and ammo cases. I have also gifted him a King Ranch rifle shirt (I did a lot of work down in King Ranch, so I was at the gift shop a lot ;) ).

He recently got an AR-15 (I think), and he has a various assortment of pistols. He does not hunt...or has only a few times...he just likes to collect and shoot.

Any thoughts? I'm struggling!!!!

Thank you!
Sarah
 

Charlie

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Hi All,

I do not own any guns, and I haven't even shot one myself, so I'm not aware of everything "gun". However, my father in law is an avid gun owner, and I am hoping to find him a neat accessory for Christmas.

In the past I have given him an initialed leather King Ranch pistol carrier and ammo cases. I have also gifted him a King Ranch rifle shirt (I did a lot of work down in King Ranch, so I was at the gift shop a lot ;) ).

He recently got an AR-15 (I think), and he has a various assortment of pistols. He does not hunt...or has only a few times...he just likes to collect and shoot.

Any thoughts? I'm struggling!!!!

Thank you!
Sarah
If he doesn't have a good place to shoot regularly, a gun range membership might be nice. You've definitely come to the right forum. Welcome, join in with the conversations.
 

Moonpie

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Gunz are icky.
Welcome to TGT.

A high quality knife is always a good choice.
Gun guys usually dig knives as well so a nice quality folding knife is usally a hit.
Check out Bladehq.com. You can get them with his initials engraved.

A high quality pair of small binoculars are another good choice. Leica, Ziess, etc make small pocket sized models that are very handy.

Lesser costs items could be a nice range bag.
There are many types and choices.

Another possibility is a quality flashlight such as a Surefire.
Don’t forget the batteries. LoL.
 

benenglish

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Lesser costs items could be a nice range bag.
There are many types and choices.
Sometimes it's cool to have one that's basically impractical but just feels luxurious. I like the Bagmaster bags and have one of their leather ones in each size they make. This is the middle size that I find I use all the time.

Note that it no longer appears you can order direct from Bagmaster. I've also seen Bagmaster bags made for other companies; Brownell's used to have a "signature" line of range bags that were just Bagmaster bags with a Brownells label on the side.
 
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