Christmas Gift Ideas for Gun Girls
With the end of the year just around the corner, it's time to turn our thoughts towards Christmas gift shopping. I've found a selection of awesome stocking-stuffers for your fellow target shooting friends and family members - or perhaps you'd like to see some of these items with your name on them under the Christmas tree this year! Now's the time to start dropping hints to your loved ones! Happy shopping...
The Joy of Shooting Calendar
Trick shooter Kirsten Joy Weiss has made it her mission in life to share her love for shooting with the world. Her smart, sassy videos are always top of my Youtube playlist. This year she's launched her first calendar! You can order your copy here.
The Shotgun and Chelsea Bun Club girls love their fashion - and how you can resist these adorable shooting socks to complete your clay target shooting outfit?! Made from a merino/acrylic mix, they're available in a range of colours to suit every taste. Order direct from the Club here.
Shotgun Shell Salt & Pepper Shakers
These fabulous salt and pepper shakers (in Christmassy colours, no less!) are great conversation-starters for your next Christmas get-together. Available from William Evans.
Local Aussie shooter, Whiskey Rae, makes her own range of stunning shooting-inspired jewellery. I especially love this art deco bracelet and ring. For more details, and to see Whiskey's full range, visit her Facebook page.
Cowgirls Down Under Book
This beautiful 530-page coffee table book features images and stories celebrating the women of Single Action shooting in Australia and New Zealand. Order here.
Shot Shell Party Lights
Further proof of the endless usefulness of spent shot shells, why not deck out your Christmas party with these little beauties from The Well Armed Woman?
Custom Chamber Flags
The perfect gift idea for your shooting club buddies, or as prizes for your Christmas club shoot! Available for rifles, including .22, and shotguns. Order from Plugr.
Originally published on Gun Girl Down Under.Originally Published Dec. 1st 2015