Any one of these items would make a great gift for the handgunner in your family!
GALLERY: 10 Holiday Gift Ideas for Handgunners
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<h2>IWI Classic Desert Eagle</h2>Own a piece of Hollywood! Or at least one of the most recognized pistols in cinema, the <a href="http://www.MagnumResearch.com" target="_new"> Desert Eagle</a>. And now you can get one of a limited run of guns from the original manufacturer, IWI. Chambered only in .44 Magnum and .50 Action Express, IWI guns feature the original two-piece barrel design, claw-type safety levers and hard plastic grips. They will also sport modern touches such as the Picatinny rail on top. Black finish only. $1,563.
- <h2>IWI Classic Desert Eagle</h2>Own a piece of Hollywood! Or at least one of the most recognized pistols in cinema, the <a href="http://www.MagnumResearch.com" target="_new"> Desert Eagle</a>. And now you can get one of a limited run of guns from the original manufacturer, IWI. Chambered only in .44 Magnum and .50 Action Express, IWI guns feature the original two-piece barrel design, claw-type safety levers and hard plastic grips. They will also sport modern touches such as the Picatinny rail on top. Black finish only. $1,563.
- <h2>LaserLyte Side-Mount Laser</h2>Novice and expert shooters alike can benefit from a laser aiming device, and they make even more sense on small defensive pistols. Now you can add laser aiming to your Ruger LCP or Kel-Tec .380 and .32 just by knocking out the frame pins and attaching <a href="http://www.LaserLyte.com" target="_new">LaserLyte’s</a> side-mounted laser with the supplied two screws—and it’ll still fit in a standard holster. The activation button is easily reached, although it’s right-side only. $100.
- <h2>Blue Stone Safety Undercover</h2>Got a cop in your life? They’ll love this new ankle holster from <a href="http://www.BlueStoneSafety.com" target="_new">Blue Stone Safety</a> for their backup pistol. The Undercover is backed with vegetable-tanned sheepskin for comfort and has a leather thumb break retention strap that can be adjusted via hook-and-loop fastener to fit subcompact pistols and revolvers. $37.
- <h2>Surefire Charlie Folder</h2>The editor wants this knife from <a href="http://www.surefire.com/EW-1" target="_new">Surefire</a> in his stocking. We know this for a fact because we’ve hacked into his email and see he’s sent this link to his wife every day since Thanksgiving. The Charlie folding utility knife features a modified spear-point stainless steel 4.1-inch blade and a dual-composition grip: One side is bead-blasted titanium with integral frame lock; the other is sculpted 7075 aluminum with hard-anodized black finish. Length closed, five inches. Weight is 5.4 ounces. Stainless steel pocket clip. $295.
- <h2>Kimber PepperBlaster II</h2>There may be no more perfect gift for people you care about. The <a href="http://www.kimberamerica.com" target="_new">Kimber</a> PepperBlaster II holds two blasts of OC solution; a single hit can incapacitate an assailant instantly—for up to 45 minutes. Range is 13 feet, with a 90 mph delivery that reduces blowback or drift. The unit weighs a mere 14 ounces, just right for pocket or purse. This must-have defensive tool is new and improved with a pistol grip configuration and sights for better control and accuracy. $40.
- <h2>SIG Sauer Extreme Series</h2>Any <a href="http://www.SIGsauer.com" target="_new">SIG</a> fan’s eyes would light up when he or she unwraps one of the new Extreme series pistols. The double-action P226 (shown) and single-action P238 Extremes have cool new Hogue Extreme Series black/gray G10 grips. The improvements aren’t just functional either. These pistols now come with Nitron-coated machined stainless steel slides and hard-coat anodize aluminum frames, Siglite night sights, front cocking serrations and reversible mag catch. And maybe best of all from a shooting standpoint, they feature SIG’s short-reset trigger. The 226 is chambered in 9mm, .357 SIG and .40 S&W. The P238 is chambered in .380. $1,146 (P226), $752 (P238).
- <h2>Butler Creek Baby UpLULA</h2>The perfect stocking stuffer for owners of small-caliber pistols that take single-stack magazines. Our editor just got one of these from <a href="http://www.ButlerCreek.com" target="_new">Butler Creek</a> to play with, and he loves it. Makes quick work of loading magazines so you can spend less time loading and more time shooting. Great for younger shooters, too; no more tired thumbs. Made of reinforced polymer, the loader is small and lightweight and fits Walther, Ruger, Beretta, SIG and other guns chambered for .22 LR to.380 Auto. $42.
- <h2>Maxpedition Micro Pocket Organizer</h2>People who prefer pocket carry have a problem. Since you’re not supposed have anything in the pocket with the gun, what do you do with all your stuff? Put it in <a href="http://www.maxpedition.com" target="_new">Maxpedition’s</a> pocket organizer, a small (3.5x5.5x1 inches), inexpensive ($13) pouch made of Teflon-coated, 800-denier nylon with internal plastic loop organizers. Place keys, change, etc. in the organizer and stick it in a separate pocket.
- <h2>Federal Guard Dog</h2>Who wouldn’t want to unwrap a box of ammo on Christmas morning? It’s the gift that keeps on giving, and this new ammo from <a href="http://www.FederalPremium.com" target="_new">Federal</a> is developed specifically for home defense semiauto pistols, with an FMJ-like bullet that won’t over-penetrate walls but will still deliver a serious blow to any bad guy. Another plus? Low recoil. Current loads include 9mm (105 grain), .40 S&W (135) and .45 ACP (165).
- <h2>Galco Combat Master</h2>If the handgunner in your family owns a Springfield XD, Smith & Wesson M&P or four-inch N-frame S&W revolver, they’d be thrilled to carry it in this premium saddle-leather open-top holster from <a href="http://www.usgalco.com" target="_new">Galco</a>. The Combat Master features a hand-molded fit for secure retention but still allows a swift draw. It has a butt-forward cant for concealment of even large guns and an open muzzle. Fits belts up to 1.75 inches. $80.