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From: EdGlaze DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host12/16/14 6:07 AM 
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Tie Tack and Lapel Pin

Wearing a tie isn’t always fun, but you can make it enjoyable with this tie tack. It also comes with a lapel pin back for versatile gift he is sure to enjoy!

tie-tack

 

Full Size Handgun Soap

Who doesn’t want a bar of soap that comes in its own gun case?

handgun soap

 

Bullet Bottle Opener

Every man needs a 50 caliber bottle opener in his kitchen drawer. Have it engraved to really wow him…

bullet bottle opener

 

Printed Pistol Tie

Help him dress up with this classy tie. It is also available as a bowtie!

pistol tie

 

Bolt Action Pen

A bolt action pen is a must have for the office…

bolt action pen

 

 

 
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From: EdGlaze DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host12/16/14 6:08 AM 
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Macbook Decal

Blow him away with some awesome decals for his Macbook!

macbook decal

 

Fishing Lures

If he loves hunting and fishing, he is going to love one of these!

fishing lures

 

Marksman Cufflinks

If you are looking for a simple and understated gift, then these cufflinks are perfect!

cufflinks

 

Wild West Flask

You can never go wrong with a fancy flask.

wild west flask

 

Personal Keychain Pistol

Personalize this unique keychain bottle opener for a special little reminder…

personal keychain pistol

 

Shotgun Money Clip

Last, but not least, this sleek money clip is the perfect option for a simple, but stylish gift.

shotgun money clip

 

 
From: EdGlaze DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host12/16/14 7:21 AM 
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AllOutdoor’s Last-Minute Gift Guide, 2014 Edition

We review a ton of gear here at AllOutdoor, and as a last-minute “thank you” to our faithful readers we’ve put together this list of what is essentially our “Greatest Hits of 2014.” The list below represents some of our favorite review items, with an emphasis on out-of-the-box suggestions that you might not have thought of on your own.

Gear is such a hard thing for other folks to buy for us that often it means we have to buy it for ourselves, which is no big deal. Gear is also something that rarely goes on sale.

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EDC Recommendations 2014: $25 and Under

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EDC Recommendations 2014: $50 and Under

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EDC Recommendations 2014: $100 and Under

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EDC Recommendations 2014: $500 and Under

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EDC Recommendations 2014: $600 and Under

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EDC Recommendations 2014: $1000 and Under

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EDC Recommendations 2014: Price No Object

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EDC Recommendations 2014: Best of the Rest

  • Edited December 16, 2014 6:48 pm  by  EdGlaze
 

 
From: mahalakshmi112/18/14 8:54 AM 
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SPAM removed — do not respond to original poster.

 

 

 

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More gift ideas from Bang It Ammo

  • Edited November 17, 2015 6:14 am  by  EdGlaze
 

 
From: EdGlaze DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host11/11/15 4:38 PM 
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http://www.lapolicegear.com/lapg-tcs-4-vest-stocking.html

Tactical Vest version! Bring some tactical cheer to your fireplace, foxhole, police department, or forward operating base!

The LA Police Gear Tactical Vest Christmas Stocking is modeled after a traditional tactical vest, complete with miniature (and functional) pouches, a central zipper, and a "waist" buckle. The Vest Stocking features two mini utility pouches and two mini mag pouches on the other side. The small compartments are great hiding places for any little gifts or stocking stuffers. This Christmas stocking also can hold hook and loop patches all along the top, whether that be your name or a patch.

Features:

  • Comes in Black, Coyote, and OD Green.
  • Size: about 16 inches tall and 7 and half inches wide.
  • The size of the Velcro area is about 3 inches by 8 inches.
  • Properly positioned nylon hook so your stocking won't be sideways.

Also available on Amazon including in camouflage colors

  • Edited August 5, 2016 9:03 pm  by  EdGlaze
 

 
From: EdGlaze DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host11/15/15 11:32 AM 
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From: EdGlaze DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host11/15/15 8:14 PM 
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Giving a Firearm as a Gift: Some Reminders From NSSF
by Bill Brassard
November 25, 2014

The holidays are just around the corner. As hunters, shooters, collectors or just plain plinkers, it’s a natural instinct to want to share our enjoyment of firearms with others. What better way to do that than to make a gift of a firearm to a family member, close friend or relative?

The first thing to remember if you’re thinking about giving someone a gun is that . . . it’s a gun! You already know that ownership of a firearm brings with it some serious legal and ethical obligations that other consumer products don’t. So let’s look at some questions you may have about giving a firearm as a gift.

The first question you have to ask is whether the intended recipient can legally own the firearm where he or she lives. More than 20,000 different gun laws on the books, even the kinds of firearms that law-abiding citizens can own vary from place to place; for example, juveniles (under age 18) generally speaking are precluded by law from possessing a handgun. Check out the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) website for an overview of local laws and, whatever you do, don’t forget that you can never under any circumstances transfer a firearm to someone you know — or have reasonable cause to believe — legally can’t own one. That’s a federal felony, so be careful.

There’s no federal law that prohibits a gift of a firearm to a relative or friend that lives in your home state. Abramski v. United States, a recent Supreme Court decision involving a “straw purchase” of a firearm did not change the law regarding firearms as gifts. The following states (California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Washington State) and the District of Columbia require you to transfer a firearm through a local firearms retailer so an instant background check will be performed to make sure the recipient is not legally prohibited from owning the gun.  Maryland and Pennsylvania require a background check for private party transfer of a handgun. There are exceptions, so it’s important to carefully check the law of your state or ask your local firearms retailer.

The ATF recommends that if you want to give someone a new firearm, rather than going to a gun store, buying it on your own and giving it to, say your father, consider instead purchasing a gift certificate from that retailer and giving it to Dad as his present. That way he’ll get the exact gun he wants, and there’s no question about who is “the actual buyer of the firearm,” which is a question any purchaser must certify on the Federal Form 4473 at the time of purchase.

You can only ship a handgun by common carrier (but not U.S. Mail) and a long gun by U.S. Mail or common carrier to a federally licensed retailer, but not to a non-licensed individual in another state. With all carriers, federal law requires you to declare that your package contains an unloaded firearm. To be safe, always consult your carrier in advance about its regulations for shipping firearms.

What if you want to give “Old Betsy,” your favorite old deer rifle, to your son or daughter as a college graduation gift? Again, in most states, there’s no law that says you can’t, but some states require even inter-family transfers to go through a licensed retailer. Remember, you can never transfer a firearm directly to another person who is a resident of a different state. In that case, you must transfer the firearm through a licensed retailer in the state where the person receiving the gift resides. Using a gift certificate from a firearms retailer near where the recipient lives might be a good solution. Pre-1898 antique firearms are generally exempt from the retailer requirement. Be safe and check with your retailer or local law enforcement before you hand over your prized possession.

It’s often an emotional moment when a treasured family heirloom is passed down to the next generation. These moments are part of what our cherished enjoyment of firearms is all about and represent that unique bond that sportsmen have with their fellow enthusiasts.

So enjoy the holidays and do it right

 

 
From: EdGlaze DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host11/17/15 6:04 AM 
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Fear & Loading: Unique Gifts for Firearm Enthusiasts 
 

Fear & Loading: Unique Gifts for Firearm Enthusiasts

Sooner or later, we all have to buy a gift for that shooter who either seems to own everything they want or they’re so picky that they have a closet full of presents collecting dust. The next time you’re facing that dilemma, you might find something special at Bullet Bouquets.

After the flowers wilt and the fruit goes bad, well, it’s almost as if you really never remembered that anniversary or special occasion. Bullet Bouquets has an ideal alternative for that firearm enthusiast — arrangements with inert brass instead of potting soil and upset bullets that never die.

Most people are surprised at how eye catching a mushroomed lead core is when contrasted with a copper-colored jacket. There’s a huge selection of vases from which to choose and some can even come with a customized message.

Then there’s a lineup of accessories, including tie tacks, cufflinks, lapel pins and a boutonniere. For gals, you’ll find bobby pins, hair clips and a three-bloom barrette. Visit the Bullet Bouquets website to see the entire lineup. 

The firm’s latest project works for both sexes, and bulk orders are ideal for companies interested in marketing their wares or services. Made from inert rifle brass, Firing Pens are used for writing and are available in .223 Rem., .30-’06 Sprg., .308 Win., 7.62x54 mm, .338 Lapua Mag. and .50 BMG. I’m told the .338 Lapua Mag. was most comfortable in use.

Best of all, the brass can include your logo, message, phone number, website, even picture. I bet that special someone on your list doesn’t have one of these. I’d also wager this won’t wind up on the bottom of that dusty, gear-that’ll-never-see-the-light-of-day closet.

Bullet Bouquets is a family-run business based in Colorado. The owners are decent people enthusiastic about the Second Amendment, probably the reason the firm’s brass seems to shine a little brighter, too.

  • Edited November 17, 2015 6:06 am  by  EdGlaze
 

 
From: RGoss9912/5/15 2:43 PM 
To: EdGlaze DelphiPlus Member Icon  (39 of 73) 
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Does this include American citizens who happen to be Muslims with foreign born mail order brides from Pakistan?
 

 

 
From: EdGlaze DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host12/5/15 8:24 PM 
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Gun ownership is available to all Americans regardless of religious belief. Why should it be otherwise?

What if there was finally an atheist President who decided that ALL religious people are inherently dangerous because of their  "we are the chosen" attitudes and therefore "better than the nonbelievers" of whatever other faiths?

Not just Muslims cause problems, there are Christian terrorists also. 

What is your problem with foreign born people marrying Americans? We likely have millions of Mexicans other nationalities as spouses already.

If there is a valid and lawful reason why a particular person should not own or be given a gun that is something to consider but religion, race, and nationality are not among the disqualifiers.

Now to get back to the topic:

 

  • Edited December 6, 2015 10:03 am  by  EdGlaze
 

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