If you’re looking for some hunting gift ideas, you’ve come to the right place. Here are the best hunting gifts currently available to you:
14 Gift Ideas for Hunters That We Love
1. Alpine Innovations Dual Sling
Every hunter needs to have a sling for their rifle. It simply makes the rifle easier to carry and frees up your arms and hands while you’re walking along. The Alpine Innovations Dual Sling is designed to work with most hunting rifles, shoguns, and crossbows. It has 1.5 inch webbing and is fully adjustable to accommodate different body types.
2. Buck Knives 113 Ranger Skinner Hunting Knife
Even more important for a hunter to have than a sling is a knife, and specifically something that you can use to help clean your game once you bring it down. There are many excellent hunting knives available on the market for you, and one of the very best is the Buck Knives 113 Ranger Skinner Knife, which has a 420HC skinner blade and excellent corrosion resistance. This knife has been designed specifically for the purposes of skinning game thanks to its wide cure and downward angle.
3. Changku Emergency Survival Kit 11-in-1
Packing a survival kit while you’re out in the woods hunting is always a wise idea. In the event that you get injured, lost, or otherwise stranded, the basic items in your survival kit can help keep you alive. The Changku Emergency Survival Kit is designed to keep most of your essentials in a very compact and portable package. The items that this survival kit contains include:
- Emergency Blanket
- Black Box
- Steel Pen
- Tactical Knife
- Mini Light
- Swiss Card
- Flint Stone
4. Coghlan’s All Weather Wallet
Many hunters make the critical mistake of leaving their wallets behind at camp or in their vehicle. This is a mistake because your wallet should be with you at all times so it won’t get stolen. Furthermore, you may need your identification cards, credit cards, and money in your wallet should you get lost and end up stumbling into town or into a gas station (how else will you buy food and beverages since you would be starving at that point)?
5. Schrade Full Tang Hatchet
A strong case can be made that a hatchet is even more important to have in a survival situation than a knife. It’s a superior defensive weapon, has a stronger blade, and is far more efficient for chopping wood and ice, to name a we things. The Schrade Full Tang Hatchet sports a 3.6 inch blade with an overall length of 11.1 inches and a weight of one and a half pounds. The rubber grip is designed to be both ergonomic and easy to use in wet conditions.
6. Frogg Toggs All Sport Rain Suit
There are fewer greater enemies you will encounter during hunting than rain. This is why having a rain wet suit would be a wise idea for days when it’s simply pouring out. The Frogg Toggs All Sport Rain Suit consists of both a jacket and pants portion with an adjustable waist and hood.
7. Jiusy Camouflage Balaclava Hood
This hood is designed to cover your entire head and face, leaving only your mouth, nostrils, and eyes exposed. This is excellent to have to keep warm when it’s cold outside, and the camouflage color scheme can go well with the rest of your hunting clothing.
8. Mossy Oak Buttstock Cartridge Holder
This cartridge holder can carry nine rounds and wraps around the stock of your rifle to present you with quick and easy access to spare ammunition while you’re hunting. At the very least, it’s more convenient than throwing a few spare shells to jumble around in your pocket (and create noise).
9. North Mountain Gear Lightweight Camouflage Hunting Gloves
Not only are these hunting gloves that will help keep your hands and fingers warm while you are outside hunting, they also come installed with touchscreen capabilities as well so you can use your phone while you’re out and about. These gloves are built out of 6% spandex and 94% polyester and should provide you with a nice, snug fit.
10. Occer Compact Binoculars
Regardless of whether you have a scope on your rifle or not, having a pair of high powered binoculars so you can safely scan the terrain before you will be a smart thing to have. The Occer Compact Binoculars offer you a 25mm magnification lens and 12x magnification. They also have pull down rubber eye pieces and FMC broadband coating so you can use them even when it is bright and sunny out.
11. QS USA Rechargeable Headlamp
It’s always a good idea to have a flashlight while you’re hunting, but in some cases, a headlamp is even better because it frees up both of your hands. The QS USA Rechargeable Headlamp gives you three different lighting modes to choose from (strobe, low light, and high light), and is charged with two rechargeable 18650 Lithium Ion batteries.
12. Swiss Safe 120 Piece First Aid Kit
While it’s important to have a survival kit with you while you’re out in the woods hunting, it’s also vitally important for you to have a first aid kit with you as well. This kit provides you with a hundred and twenty different first aid items and in a compact package that weighs just 1.2 pounds. It is FDA approved and examples of first aid items it had include alcohol pads, sting relief pads, gauze pads, CPR kits, and bandages.
13. UltraFire Green Hunting Tactical Flashlight
Keeping a flashlight in your pocket or pack while you hunt is essential. The UltraFire Green Hunting Tactical Flashlight has 650 lumens and a battery life of 100,000 hours. It can provide you with light up to a hundred degrees wide and nearly two hundred and sixty yards away. The green color of the light also lessens the chance that any wild game in the area will be disturbed.
14. X-Plore Gear Emergency Paracord Bracelet
A paracord bracelet has become an increasingly popular survival item and with good reason. Paracord is one of the most versatile survival items in existence and you can keep it wrapped around your wrist at all times for convenience. As an added bonus, this paracord bracelet also comes with a flint fire starter, a scraper, a compass, and a whistle to help signal for help.
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