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    Xmas Gift Under $200

    With Xmas coming up soon and I am trying to give the wife some ideas for a nice gift for under $200. I am debating on just telling her to put it into my tag fund for next year haha.

    What are some 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
    Warm Bibs like Carhart

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    I've started asking for state park inn gift cards for here in Indiana, then we all take a long weekend in the winter and do a hiking/eating/sight-seeing/relaxing mini-vacation close to home.

    I don't know if there's anything similar where you're at, maybe even a Holiday Inn somewhere there's something fun for both of you to do.

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    Something you can use everyday.Hats,gloves etc.

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    Maybe a nice camera for hunting? Game camera, primos shooting stick, spotting scope or maybe even a garmin gps. Oh wait $hit that's my xmas wish list

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    I'd go with don't git me nuthin and I won't git u nuthin.
    AS GOES THE CHURCH, SO GOES THE NATION

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    Trekking poles.Camp boots.

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    Swagger Bipod, bino harness.
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    Starter Lee reloading kit.

    There's few options to go a bit higher or lower than the budgeted $200, but you can't go wrong. I roll my own and ain't looking back.

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