Tactical Gear Elite Gift Guide
The ultimate tactical ops gift ideas for men.
This gift guide features all the hand selected tactical gear gift ideas you need to find the perfect presents for soldiers, law enforcement, survivalists, airsoft players, video gamers, outdoors-men and zombie hunters. Shop here for the coolest gear this season and be well prepared for your next tactical operation, apocalypse or family gift exchange.
I have collected a wide range of unique tactical gift ideas to suit any budget so you can find something sufficiently bad ass for your loved one, friend or relative with ease. All items are available from Amazon or eBay for easy shopping.
These tactical gifts from Amazon are available in ANY COLOR you want so long as it is BLACK.
Paracord Survival Bracelet
Never be at the end of your rope with this gift idea.This survival bracelet enables you to carry 9 feet of Para-Cord that can be used in an emergency for countless survival applications. Made with 5/8" curved side release buckles for maximum comfort, convenience and strength.
Elite Military Gift Books
These action and knowledge packed books make great gifts for for men killing time between missions.
Guys will get deep in to these intense books by Navy Seals and behind the scenes with Seal Team 6, they make great gifts for soldiers and adventurers. For every Amazon sale from this module, Squidoo donates $1 to Room to Read
Learn Special Forces tactics, training and history through these riveting gift books for men drawn to action and danger. For every Amazon sale from this module, Squidoo donates $1 to Room to Read.
Show Him You Care
Nothing says I Love You like a vicious blacked out tactical blade forged of high quality steel with a razor sharp custom shaped blade chosen personally just for him.
The author is an authority on survival, being the former survival instructor or the British SAS special forces troops, which operate around the world, from arctic to desert zones, and from big cities to remote jungles. Tone is very down-to-earth, and straight to the point. The book is easy to read and understand and does not assume or need any prior knowledge of military and survival techniques (which is the author's background). I am a former search-and-rescue team member and trained wilderness first-aid responder, and I find the information in this book first rate.
The content is very densely concentrated, so reading it once will not make you an expert. To make the best of this book, you need to practice some of the survival techniques. The best way is probably to go camping and backpacking, but you can try a lot of them in your own backyard.