Holiday Gift Guide: 10 Must-Have Products for Everyday Carry

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posted on November 20, 2017
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Everyone wants to give something that's wanted by the important people in their life. What could be a better gift than a product that they can use everyday as part of their daily carry kit? Check out these great holiday gift options introduced by companies over the past year, all designed to heighten the capabilities of any user's daily carry kit, making their lives easier and more comfortable.

Holiday Gift Guide: For The
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1 | Cannae Pro Gear Legion Day Pack

Meant for everyday carry, the Legion Day Pack is tough and durable. Built from 500D Cordura and sporting 37 mil-spec MOLLE attachment points, it is an ideal companion for anyone with gear to haul. Bonus features include an earphone port, quick-access side pockets for a water bottle or magazines and top-opening for easy access. MSRP: $99.99

2 | SOG Knives Baton Q4 Multi-Tool
Taking the revolutionary Q3 baton concept up a notch, the Baton Q4 multi-tool is expandable and adaptable to create a tool that’s both versatile, but perfectly suited to your needs. MSRP: $120

3 | TAC5 TCP-9 Tactical Pen
The TCP-9 Tactical Pen from TAC5 is feature-packed, coming equipped with a tungsten glass-breaker tip, 80-lumen flashlight with multiple modes, stainless-steel utility blade and, of course, a ballpoint ink pen. MSRP: $56

4 | C-More Sight Systems STS2
The company’s smallest red-dot reflex sight, C-More Systems’ STS2 offers unlimited eye relief and hard-coated, scratch-resistant glass. The lithium battery can be replaced without dismounting and rezeroing the sight. MSRP: $399

5 | LaserMax CenterFire GripSense Light/Laser Sight
The grip-activated GripSense light and laser housing from LaserMax enhances the capabilities of several popular concealed-carry pistols. Options are available for the Ruger LC9 and LC380 and the Smith & Wesson M&P Shield. MSRP: $199

6 | Blue Force Gear UltraComp Pocket Holster
Blue Force Gear brought its revolutionary UltraComp material to the concealed-carry market, producing one of the lightest and thinnest pocket holsters available today and giving users a dependable, discreet carry rig. MSRP: $20

7 | SureFire Sidekick Keychain Light
Don’t ever be without a flashlight again with SureFire’s Sidekick. This compact flashlight attaches easily to any keychain and provides a powerful 300-lumen area light that illuminates the darkness beyond 50 yards. MSRP: $79.99

8 | First Tactical Canyon Digital Compass Watch
Watches are generally either beautiful or functional. The Canyon Digital Compass watch from First Tactical falls squarely in the second category, with a large display, ruler and Morse Code on the band and multiple useful functions like timer and stopwatch. MSRP: $139.99

9 | Outdoor Edge Para-Claw
This paracord bracelet sports an integrally molded 1.5-inch blade into its buckle, making it a versatile survival tool that can be on your person at all times. MSRP: $29.95

10 | Milt Sparks Criterion Holster
Building on the tremendous success of The Versa Max 2 IWB holster, Milt Sparks now offers the Criterion. This holster sits a little lower on the beltline with greater cant than the Versa Max 2, and features straps with neodymium magnets instead of snaps. MSRP: $135

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