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    Best Hunting Gift/Gear for Under $100

    My birthday is coming up next month and I am trying to give the wife some ideas for a nice gift for under $100. I am debating on just telling her to put it into my tag fund for next year haha.

    What are some sub $100 pieces of gear you have bought or been gifted that are awesome?

    Possible things I am looking at:

    Nice headlamp-I usually buy mine for $9 on Amazon never had bought a "nice" one
    Clothes-I have a nice system from FL/Cabelas but open to hearing specific pieces
    Knife-I have a Havalon Titan but I suppose a nice knife from my wife can be more decorative or a keepsake
    Ice fishing stuff-Nothing to do here in ND during winter otherwise haha
    Reloading Gear-Just getting into it and bought a RCBS master kit with 30-06 dies, brass, and bullets
    Archery- Looking to upgrade my sight this year I have an older G5 sight.
    Painting/Wildlife prints

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    wyoming saw??? predator calls??
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    A gift card then you can find something you want and add alittle to it.
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    I have found gift cards make me the happiest. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    A gift card then you can find something you want and add alittle to it.
    That's likely what she'll end up getting, but thought I would get some ideas for her if she wants to pick out an actual gift. I have been wanting some art prints for my mancave as I bought a house a few months ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mallardsx2 View Post
    I have found gift cards make me the happiest. lol
    Haha I have $400 in Scheels credit right now, that's only a few hundred away from a Bergara B14 Hunter!

    I am debating on waiting until next year for them to come out with a lefty though..

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    I agree with most others, gift cards are the way to go!

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    A new Benchmade mini-Barrage pocket knife is sure sweet. They run just a bit more than your limit at $125.00 real world price in stores. Great pocket knife that certainly could be used for dressing deer, grouse, fish! It has a perfect blade shape and size for a variety of tasks and has a spring assist opening that is pretty cool. It also locks up tight with an additional feature that is pretty neat.

    Get your name engraved on the side to make it a little more personal! You cannot go wrong with a great pocket knife!

    David

    http://www.benchmade.com/mini-barrage-family.html

    I'll throw something else out there that I really like and think is the cats meow! Both of these products are fantastic and you cannot believe how well they work. You save a lot of energy getting around in wet slick conditions and have are a lot safer from taking nasty falls!

    The Hillsound add shows them on hiking shoes, but they work great on pack boots or other hunting boots.

    https://www.hillsound.com/products/trail-crampon

    https://kahtoola.com/product/microspikes/
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    Trekking poles, though you'd have to get them on a good sale, or join my never-ending search for the perfect pair of gloves. You might not use them where you hunt, but I have started replacing my trail cams with Brownings. The upgrade in quality over any other mid-priced brand I've found is huge. Maybe a really good thermos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NDguy View Post
    Haha I have $400 in Scheels credit right now, that's only a few hundred away from a Bergara B14 Hunter!

    I am debating on waiting until next year for them to come out with a lefty though..
    Good choice. I love mine

 

 
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