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GEAR to GIFT (or RECEIVE)

CACHE OF GIFTS FOR JUST ABOUT EVERYONE ON YOUR LIST, INCLUDING YOU

Yep, it’s that time again. With the holidays coming you probably have lots of folks to shop for, or friends and family asking for things on your wishlist. Here are our suggestions for some stocking stuffers or small gifts for the outdoorsy person or gear junkie in your life, with some great budget-friendly finds.

1. ASP Lights

PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE MANUFACTURERS

I don’t know about you, but I can never seem to have enough fl ashlights. I use them professionally at work, have them in my EDC loadout, keep them stashed in my car and bugout kits, and use them while camping. When I need a light though, I need it to work, so I try and stick with brands I trust, and ASP has been one of those brands I’ve come to rely on. In my nearly two decades as a police officer I’ve had ASP products on me just about every day during that time. ASP makes a series of lights geared toward first responders that’ll work just fine for your regular EDC, too. From the tiny USB- rechargeable keychain-sized Dot, through the AAA Raven penlight, to the tactical Sentinel E3 and Sentinel X E3. The E3s are particularly impressive in that they will run off of a single AA or CR123A battery, or can be used with the included 16340 rechargeable battery. Charging is done with the included USB adapter and can be done through a charging port on the light itself, so no separate charger is needed. With all of those options, there should never be a problem keeping your light powered up and ready to go when it’s needed.

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Knives Illustrated December 2019, An American Legacy Hogue Knives turns 10, Double - Duty Cutter, Undetectable Daggers, Renaissance Man, And More....