For those seeking gifts that transcend traditional trinkets and treats, I’ve curated a list of items I’ve personally found irreplaceable and believe would make perfect gifts for avid marksmen, hunters, or enthusiasts alike.
Find out how this floating Vulcan Weatherlock rifle case held up to our test – we threw an AR off a bridge!
The Precision Turret rest is, hands down, the best rest I’ve ever used for zeroing and practicing with ARs at the bench. It works so well because it was engineered specifically to accommodate the unique characteristics of AR rifles.
Burris laser rangefinding binoculars signature HD glass and 10×42, easy to use, durable, accurate, affordable, forever warranty
https://youtu.be/tJLe3JqQUJM?si=IxFA0JdNm6hnWbMJ Check out this Quick Attach Pic Rail from Seekins Precision. It allows you to instantly and without tools add a section of pic rail to any MLOK slot. It’s designed well, priced right, and awesome. See it HERE.
The Samaritan is a solid reflex optic that I would use on my concealed carry and home defense pistols. Yes, it is basic and pretty simple—both of which I consider top qualities in most gear.
All-new from Bushnell is their RXM-300 Reflex Sight, a game-changing optic crafted for precision and speed in target acquisition. Engineered with a sizable lens, this reflex sight aids in maintaining accuracy even during rapid firing or on-the-move engagements.
We use good defensive ammo because the task at hand is so important. Not only that, but we want a round that penetrates deep enough and does enough damage to effectively shut a threat down.
Admit it. We all have had a Ruger Mini-14 in our past lives. The classic wood and blued steel Mini-14 helped whet our appetite for 5.56 caliber semi-automatic rifles pre-AR-15 days.
The DryFireMag is a dry fire magazine that uses your own gun to provide audible and tactile trigger simulation, making your dry fire practice feel very similar to your real trigger.