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Last-minute gift suggestions
The clock is ticking.
Christmas is just a few hours away.
And for some, that means a last minute shopping spree.
But finding the perfect gift for the outdoor enthusiast on your Christmas list can be a challenge.
Gary Finch has several last minute ideas.
You know Christmas is right around the corner, so we have stopped by Campbell's Hardware and Sporting Goods and of course, my old buddy Nelson here and you can tell us a few of the things that we can get at the last moment, so give me a couple of ideas that we can get at the last moment for the hunter in the family.
The best stocking stuffer that we have is a flashlight. Very economically priced. Every hunter needs at least one flashlight, maybe more. This is something that is nice to fit in your stockings.
This is probably the number one selling, dead down wind cover scent. This has actually been on the market for several years, but it really works. It does a good job. But for odors that you may have on your boots, on you skin, on you hair, on your cap, this will knock that odor down. It totally neutralizes it. Just turn it a couple of squirts on your hat, on your boots, on your clothes and you're good to go.
You know these saws are very nice. They are really handy to have if you are a hunter, fisherman or just around the house, these things will prune limbs up to a couple of inches in diameter. They are very sharp and like I said, a very practical gift to give someone.
Communication is a big thing.
It is. Especially in the woods and treestand and stuff, safety is important, but if you are hunting with a partner or a family member or something, these will work up to about 5 miles on flat land so that way you can keep in touch if you get a deer shot down and you need some help or get turned around in the woods and you need some help, there's nothing better than to have a good two way radio.
Well, happy holidays to you, sir.
Happy Holidays to y'all also.
Folks, we gave you a few ideas for the hunter in the family, go out there and get them. I'm Gary Finch for Channel News.