For the 1911 gun guys/gals, custom grips are always a great way to personalize your firearm. Here is a great place to start, Cold Dead Hands Custom Grips, and your purchase helps support our advocacy efforts. For more options you can check out Martyn Engraving and/or Rio Grande Custom Grips.
So, what if your gun guy/gal is into long guns? The AR-15 platform is the most popular in America, so let’s just take a look at a few ideas for those.The accessories, build options, and parts upgrades available for the AR-15 platform are extensive to say the least. Here’s a SMALL SAMPLE from Lantac USA and Alex Pro Firearms.
Some of you may be looking at the above suggestions and think, “Well, I’m not really sure what my gun guy/gal might like or how they are planning their build, so what other options are there?”
If you’re not sure your gun guy/gal would want a NiB BCG (Nickel/Boron bolt carrierÂ group) or a top notch muzzle brake, I can honestly say THEY DO! But hey, you’re gonna need stocking stuffers and other gifts as well, so let’s look at some other options…
But first, a word from our sponsor… (relax people, it’s a joke) Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. [photo credit to Photoshop] Check out that Cold Dead Hands Coffee Mug.
[No Michael Bloomberg is not an actual sponsor, but he has been a driving force behind the growth of the gun industry]
Is your gun guy a manly man? How about giving him the manliest way to open a bottle (without using his teeth)? Here you have several option, like the 50 Cal. Alpha Bottle Opener, Alpha Key Ring Bottle Opener or perhaps the BottleComp Keychain Bottle Opener made from a flash hider/suppressor.
Of course, clothes are a staple of Christmas gift giving, but please avoid the typical Christmas sweater temptation when buying for you gun guy. Is your gun guy a III%er? How about a III% T-SHIRT, HOODIE, PATCH OR DECAL?
If he’s not a III%er (or doesn’t want to advertise that fact) then how about something that shows his support for the 2nd Amendment and looks bad-ass to boot. Check These Out.
For the Gun Gals we have a couple “ladies only” options like the Winged Tee and Rosie the Riveter designs from Armed Angel Apparel. Perhaps jewelry for you gun gal? Check these out, Ammo Earrings from ChArmed and Dangerous.
Still not sure what to get? The options are endless and these are merely some suggestions, here are a few more great gift ideas for you to consider.
Does your gun guy/gal like old school, old world craftsmanship? Check out this collection of Tomahawks from 2Hawks, custom made with old world craftsmanship that you just don’t get in today’s mass produced world. (*Note: due their handcrafted nature, these may not be ready by Christmas, but your gun guy/gal has a birthday coming up, right?)
I hope these gift ideas help you in your Christmas shopping and I’ll leave you with this not-so-subtle reminder, any purchases made from the Cold Dead Hands Store help fund our advocacy. You get quality, reviewed products from freedom-loving patriotic small businesses and we fund our efforts out of our own profits rather than harass you for donations or membership dues.
In an effort to keep the Christmas Spirit alive year-round, Cold Dead Hands announces their 12 MONTHS OF CHRISTMAS SPECIAL. Get a new CDH T-Shirt design every month for yourself or give it as a gift every month to someone else. You can even send a new t-shirt (one each) to 12 friends or family members and they’ll each get their t-shirt the month you set up for them, their birthday month perhaps? 12 Shirts, 12 Months, FREE SHIPPING and a total estimated savings of 1/3 off the retail price (with shipping).
Happy Hunting, Lock and Load and Merry Christmas!
Jon Britton aka DoubleTap is Chief Operating Officer of CDH, Inc., a regular contributing author and regularly involved in most aspects of their social media. “Writing was never a goal or even vaguely contemplated as a career choice, it just happened, an accidental discovery of a talent and a passion.” A passion that has taken him in many directions from explorations of the zombie subculture and zombie stories to political advocacy. Joining the U.S. Air Force right out of high school, Jon had the opportunity to experience many different parts of the world and different cultures. His post military career path, both white collar and blue collar, allowed him to work alongside both CEOs and average Joes. As a founding member Cold Dead Hands his study of human nature and writing ability found a purpose. His zombie roots provided a variety of issues from prepping to human behavior under crisis to firearms that he applies to his advocacy for gun rights. A ravenous appetite for the study of history combined with his current events political junkie addiction led to him writing an e-book Gun Sense: Past, Present and Future.