Holiday Gift Guide: 8 Fun Products Gun Owners Will Love

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posted on November 21, 2017
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There are many great products on the market today that appeal to the gun lover, and finding the right gift for the firearms enthusiast in your life can be a daunting, overwhelming task. We've made it easy by narrowing down thousands of products on the market to eight must-have holiday gift ideas that are sure to be well-received.

Holiday Gift Guide: For Fun


1 | Winchester Corrugated Metal Sign

Winchester has a selection of reproduction vintage tin signs depicting some of the company’s most beautiful and iconic advertising art. The poster-size, corrugated-metal signs feature cold-rolled steel construction and waterproof and UV-resistant paint for a lifetime of enjoyment. MSRP: $34.95

2 | LaserLyte SteelTyme Targets
Simulate the experience and sound of shooting steel while in the comfort of your home with these electronic targets. They ring like steel, but can be muted, too. MSRP: $109.95

3 | Lucky Shot .308 Real Bullet Handblown Shot Glass
When all the firearms are safely put away, enjoy an adult beverage with a twist: pour your favorite aperitif into a Lucky Shot glass with a .308-caliber projectile embedded in it. It’s a safe way to take a shot! MSRP: $14.99

4 | SIG Sauer 1911 Spartan CO2 BB Gun
SIG is now offering a detailed 1911 BB pistol honoring the city-state of ancient Sparta. The CO2-powered pistol has all the best features seen on premium 1911s, and “Molon Labe” adorns the grips. MSRP: $109.99

5 | DS Arms FAL Gun Craft Beer
This branded beer is perfect for when the guns are locked away. Sharing the name of DS Arms’ signature rifle, FAL beer is a Belgian-style black ale made with roasted malts that manages to avoid being bitter. It’s yeasty with notes of coffee and chocolate. MSRP: $3.50/can

6 | CMMG Tactical Bacon
When disaster strikes, why be limited to MREs or dehydrated food? Each can of Tactical Bacon contains 54 slices of fully cooked deliciousness, providing much-needed flavor to your survival kit. The contents are so tasty, you may open that can before an emergency situation, so buy several. MSRP: $29.95

7 | Thompson Cigar Alec Bradley All Star Cigar Sampler
Sample a selection from one of the hottest names in the cigar industry. The special introductory price is a whopping 73-percent savings for 10 premium, hand-rolled cigars. A limited supply is available, and following the url below will provide free shipping until Nov. 30. MSRP: $19.95

8 | MantisX Training System
Acting like a personal coach, the MantisX Training System attaches to your pistol’s rail (or an available adaptor), while an app pairs it via Bluetooth with your Apple or Android phone. The device records shooting data, assesses your performance and recommends corrections. MSRP: $149.99

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