Father’s Day Gift Guide

Father’s Day is coming up and we have put together a list of great gifts that he can enjoy for years to come. From the field to the plate, we’ve got it covered. These items are in stock and ready to ship!

Leupold Becnara Mirror Performance Eyewear


Day to day wear or in the field, the Leupold Becnara is the perfect eyewear. Polarized, rugged, and a clear view will withstand any adventure. In-Fused Polarized Technology provides permenant polarized protection that won’t break down over time. Made in the USA and come with a lifetime guarantee. MSRP: $159.99




Hawk Elevate Pro


Make sure Dad is safe this hunting season with the Hawk Elevate Pro harness system. The Elevate features form fit technology for comfort and ease of use. It comes with a one-hand quick set carabiner, padded waist and shoulder straps for ultimate comfort, quick release leg buckles, and a storage pocket for a cell phone or gear. MSRP: $139.99



Stealth Cam Prevue 26


Increase the odds of success during hunting season with the Stealth Cam Prevue 26 Trail Camera. The Prevue 26 features a 26 megapixel camera, a temperature sensor, and a color TFT screen for viewing captured images and videos. MSRP: $ 99.99



Rocky Mountain Hunting Calls Wapiti Whacker Bugle Tube


The Wapiti Whacker Bugle Tube will create all the sounds from high pitch screaming, to display calls of a bull elk. The V.E.T.T. system contains a spring tuned to the precise dimensions in the front section of the call creating more volume, stabilizes the higher notes, maintains higher pitches, and takes less air pressure to operate while blowing into it. MSRP: $51.95



Redesigned ALPS OutdoorZ Bino Harness X with Cell Phone Pocket


ALPS OutdoorZ Bino Harness X is perfect for optics. Constructed of 1680D ballistic nylon fabric, it will hold up to all the elements. The optics pocket will stay close to chest during movement and has a padded back panel for additional comfort. A shove pocket has been added for additional storage for a cell phone or a carry gun. Available in 3 color options. MSRP: $59.99



Cold Steel Kitchen Set Kitchen Classics


Dad worked hard in the field; the Cold Steel Kitchen Set will do the work in the kitchen. Featuring high performance ice, tempered, cryo-quenced and flat ground 400 series steel blades for exceptional cutting performance. The razor sharp edge will last use after use. A serrated edge on some designed for appropriate tasks. MSRP: $269.99



Hi Mountain Seasonings

For a limited time, Hi Mountain Seasonings is offering 20% off their jerky kits. Everything is included to make the best jerky in the oven, smoker, or dehydrator. Many flavor options available.

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Wicked Ridge Blackhawk 360


The new 2021 Wicked Ridge Blackhawk 360 is consistent, accurate, and easy to set up in under 4 minutes. This is the best value crossbow on the market right now with a price point of $399.99.  The Blackhawk 360 features a 15-inch wide, 175-pound bow assembly with 11” WRX limbs powered by heavy-duty machined 5S cams that elongate the power stroke and increase cam rotation to produce speeds of up to 360 fps. Included in the package are 3 arrows in a detachable quiver, TenPoint’s multi-line scope, and a rope-cocker. To top it off, it’s American made! MSRP: $399.99

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