Five Fantastic Things that Fit in Stockings

By CTD Suzanne published on in Buyers Guide, Firearms, Gear, Reviews

I believe you are never too old for stockings. To this day, Santa visits my family’s house on Christmas Eve and fills our stockings with surprises. Did I mention this is a household sans children? Nothing lights up Christmas morning more than a few surprises, even for adults. Stocking gifts don’t have to be limited to candy, an orange, an apple and a few plastic trinkets. This year, tell Santa to leave them a few extra special gifts in their stockings. Here are five fantastic stocking stuffers.

Picture shows the compact Ruger LCP semi-automatic handgun.

Winning handgun of the year in 2008 and 2011, the LCP remains a top seller.

The Ruger LCP

Winning handgun of the year in 2008 and 2011, the LCP is still one of the top selling and most popular handguns in its class. The reliable Ruger LCP holds six rounds of self-defense worthy .380 ACP in a highly concealable compact package with an excellent price!

Picture shows two sets of white replica ivory handgun grips. One is plain white, the other has scrimshaw carvings of the Grim Reaper.

Go classical or go attitude with replica ivory grips.

Scrimshaw Handgun Grips

Scrimshaw is an art form that dates back over 200 years and is said to be the only art form that originated from North America. Traditionally, scrimshaw is the word used to describe the carving of pictures into ivory or bone. Go classical or go attitude with replica ivory grips.

 

Picture shows a shiny, brass inert .50 caliber round made into a bottle opener.

Give a gift that gives back. The .50 cal bottle opener donates to veteran.

Bullets2Bandages .50 Caliber Bottle Opener

You can’t fit a Barrett in a stocking, but you can fit a .50 Caliber bottle opener. Made in America by veteran-owned company Bullets2Bandages, the once fired brass bottle opener is a gift with a conscience. Bullets2Bandages donates 15 percent of sales to veteran charities.

 

Case Amber Bone Hunter Trapper Pocketknife

Picture shows a three blade pocketknife with a jigged bone handle.

Trapper pocketknife is just like your daddy or Granddad carried.

With three blades, a clip blade, gut hook and saw blade, and jigged amber bone handle, the Case amber bone Hunter Trapper pocketknife is just like your daddy or Granddad carried. Classic, traditional, beautiful and functional, the Case is sure to become an heirloom.

 

Picture shows a black Magpul PMAG Gen 3 AR-15 rifle magazine.

Seriously, you can never have enough PMAGs.

MagPul PMAGs

Though not as fancy is the other stocking stuffers, everyone will appreciate a PMAG. Get a Magpul PMAG in either Gen 2 or Gen 3 for AR-15s in .223 Remington or .308 Winchester or for their AK-47 in 7.62×39. Because, seriously, you can never have enough PMAGs.

What will be in your stocking this year? Tell us what is on the top of your list in the comment section.

Suzanne Wiley started shooting at a young age when her older brother bought a Marlin 60 and taught her to shoot. She took to shooting and developed a love for it when she realized she was a natural with a .22 LR rifle at summer camp. Suzanne has been an outdoor adventurer since she can remember-being from the Ozarks, there were bountiful caves, national parks, lakes, and camping spots to explore. From a young age, she has camped, fished, rode horses, went ATV exploring, rappelling, and even dabbled in beginner spelunking.
Suzanne joined the content team with over eight years experience at Cheaperthandirt.com. Starting out as a product description writer, Suzanne has extensive knowledge of the Cheaper Than Dirt! product base and is a good resource for suggestions on which products you need. Suzanne specializes in writing for the female shooter, beginner shooter, and the modern-day prepper. Though she prefers plinking with her S&W M&P 15-22, Suzanne also loves revolvers, the 1911, short-barreled AR-15s, and shooting full auto when she gets the chance. Suzanne is a staff writer for Cheaper Than Dirt!

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