Most outdoorsmen think base layers are only pants. Some may include hiking socks but 99% of them don’t even think about including underwear. Check out the XGO Men’s Boxer Briefs.
If you’re in the market for an accurate air rifle that comes with a scope then you ought to check out the Umarex Synergis 22 Caliber Air Rifle. I’m getting 5/16″ groups with mine.
I think you’ll like the Clamtainer Ammo Boxes. They’re an economical, lightweight way to carry your ammo while flying or to the range.
The H&K USP Co2 Air Gun BB Pistol is definitely a shooter despite having the worst feeling trigger in the world. I was able to get a tight 3/4-inch group.
If you’re ok with a 3-lb. trigger, then check the Ruger BX-Trigger. Nice crisp pull and I like it as well as the $350 triggers I’ve got.
If you’re looking for electronic ear protection, check out the Axil TrackR Electronic ear muffs. They’re comfortable to wear and functional.
In cool weather, you want to layer your clothes. The first step is to select a good base layer like the XGO Midweight Performance Base Layers.
The last two years I got concerned about lead contamination while airgunning. Otis has the perfect remedy-their Lead Cleaning Hand Wipes.
The SOL Fuel Free Lighter is a cool fire starter for you to carry in your backpack to use in emergency or everyday fire starting situations.
The BLACKFIRE Clamplight is a handy lighting option for the outdoorsman. Clip it on a nearby object and viola’, you now have two free hands.
If you have trouble maintaining a firm grip during your high-speed shooting competition events try out the 2TOMS GripShield.
The Smith’s MR. CRAPPIE 6IN FLEX FOLDING FILLET is a great little knife to throw in your tackle box or to use to fillet your dinner when you pack into the backcountry.
The FORTY-SECOND EDITION BLUE BOOK OF GUN VALUES is the most exhaustive book on the market if you want to know what a gun’s value is.
If you’re new to hunting/camping/backpacking and looking for an economical folder and stone to sharpen it with, check out the Smith’s Consumer Products Trail Breaker Combo.
If you’re new to hunting/camping/backpacking and looking for an economical folder and stone to sharpen it with, check out the Smith’s DUAL GRIT DIAMOND STONE SHARPNER W/ BONUS KNIFE.
I think that everyone ought to have an AMK Trauma Pak Pro if they’re in the backcountry (or driving in Portland or Minneapolis).
Most everyone carries a backpack. Why not get one that serves a dual purpose? The ALPS OUTDOORZ GHOST 30 will also conceal your EDC.
The BLACKFIRE HEAVY DUTY MULTITOOL is a heavy-duty functional, well-priced multitool. The minute you pick one up you’re going to love it and it will become your go-to multitool.
If you’re a jerky connoisseur then you need to grab a CHARD Pro-Former Electric Jerky Gun. They’re easy to use, fast and clean-up time takes only minutes.
The Vortex Summit Carbon II Tripod is a stout little tripod. It should work fine for your glassing, spotting/stalking needs.