2020 Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts $22 to $39.99

posted on November 4, 2020

Looking for the perfect gift for the firearm enthusiast in your life? We’ve got you covered. Whether your budget is slightly more than a couple of bucks or you’re looking to spend your entire stimulus check, there’s something in this guide that will make any gun guy or gal happy this holiday season. 

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Gifts $22 to $39.99


1 | Hoppe’s
Black Universal Gun Cleaning System
This kit contains everything needed to maintain most common tactical firearms. In addition to gun cleaner and oil, there is a three-piece aluminum rod as well as jags and phosphor bronze brushes for 9 mm, .22- and .30-caliber barrels and phosphor bronze brushes for 20- and 12-gauge shotguns. All gear stows in a reusable case. $35.95; hoppes.com

2 | Tasmanian Tiger
TT Modular Hip Bag
With three pockets—one with a hook-and-loop section to which a number of accessories can attach—the TT Modular Hip bag can hold all the gear you need while enjoying an active, outdoor lifestyle. $39.95; tasmaniantigerusa.com

3 | TekMat
AR-15 Ultra Premium Gun Cleaning Mat
The perfect surface for cleaning your guns, this padded mat is a quarter-inch thick to cushion small drops and has an oil-resistant surface for durability through thousands of cleanings. Best of all, it conveniently lists all of the parts of an AR-15, so you can keep track of your work. $29.99; tekmat.com

4 | Lansky
Lansky’s new D-Sharp pocket sharpener incorporates four sharpening angles (17, 20, 25 and 30 degrees) in 600-grit diamond pull-throughs. Moreover, there is an 800-grit ceramic mini-bench stone that will accommodate fine polishing and serrated edges. The metal-cased D-Sharp is compatible with all Lanky Controlled Angle Systems. $25.99; lansky.com

5 | Magpul
DAKA Takeout Bag
Looking for a weather-resistant, nearly indestructible case for tools, cleaning components or a first aid kit? Magpul’s new DAKA Takeout bag features reinforced polymer fabric, YKK aqua-guard zipper and a buckle that doubles as a carrying handle. $29.95; magpul.com

6 | Ulfhednar
UH105 Rear Bag “Squeezy”
For the long-range enthusiast out there who has almost everything, a rear bag that can be molded into a multitude of shapes sure beats a sock filled with beans. Four inches long and 3 inches in diameter, the “Squeezy” will be a hit with the precision shooter on your list. $30; ulfhednar.no

7 | Armaspec
Rhino R-23 Tactical Magwell Grip and Funnel
A multi-purpose accessory for the MSR owner, the Rhino R-23 easily attaches to your AR-pattern rifle to offer enhanced controllability and faster magazine changes. Available colors include Black, OD Green, Grey and FDE. $22; armaspec.com

8 | Premier Body Armor
Bulletproof Koozie
The Premier Body Armor Bulletproof Koozie protects what’s really important: your frosty, canned beverage. Made from the same material as Level II soft body armor, this koozie will keep your drink cold and safe from ballistic trauma (we don’t recommend testing that at home, but it will). $29.99; premierbodyarmor.com

9 | Fisher Space Pen
338 Cartridge Space Pen
Made with an actual .338 Lapua Mag. case as its body, this ballpoint pen will show off a love for firearms combined with the ability to write upside down for which Fisher Space Pens are famous. $36.50; spacepen.com


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