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Contributors to this thread:
Twinetickler 16-Dec-18
Pyrannah 16-Dec-18
Trial153 16-Dec-18
skookumjt 16-Dec-18
sitO 16-Dec-18
JohnMC 16-Dec-18
JohnMC 16-Dec-18
Twinetickler 16-Dec-18
Bou'bound 17-Dec-18
huntabsarokee 17-Dec-18
Single bevel 17-Dec-18
woodguy65 17-Dec-18
APauls 17-Dec-18
LBshooter 17-Dec-18
LINK 17-Dec-18
Brotsky 17-Dec-18
JohnMC 17-Dec-18
Scoot 17-Dec-18
JohnMC 17-Dec-18
Twinetickler 17-Dec-18
Brotsky 17-Dec-18
JohnMC 17-Dec-18
Linecutter 17-Dec-18
ohiohunter 17-Dec-18
LINK 17-Dec-18
Jaquomo 17-Dec-18
The Kid 17-Dec-18
From: Twinetickler
16-Dec-18
I just was given a $30 gift card to Amazon. I can't think of anything I need. What gear would you buy for $30 off Amazon. I was thinking arrow wraps, broadheads etc. Let's hear your ideas?!

From: Pyrannah
16-Dec-18
If u don’t need anything do a drawing on here and give away? Just a thought

I’d save it for when I’d need something

Good luck

From: Trial153
16-Dec-18
Buy steve ranillas new cook book

From: skookumjt
16-Dec-18
I can't imagine any hunter that can't think of $30 worth of gear he needs.

From: sitO
16-Dec-18
Thermacell

From: JohnMC
16-Dec-18

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I don’t know if you have a dog but here is a idea...

From: JohnMC
16-Dec-18

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Or if you are more of a cat person...

From: Twinetickler
16-Dec-18
Hahaha I figured this would get some interesting ideas! Keep them coming!

From: Bou'bound
17-Dec-18
With that much to spend the options are unlimited. How about boot insoles

17-Dec-18
Lithium batteries for gps and lights.

From: Single bevel
17-Dec-18
Donate it to a soldier.

From: woodguy65
17-Dec-18
Bag of jerky couple freeze dried meals.

From: APauls
17-Dec-18
First list everything you have ;) I actually recently bought some really nice ratcheting clippers on amazon. Love em. They were like $25 cdn I think

From: LBshooter
17-Dec-18
Buy a toy and give it to the marines toys for tots!

From: LINK
17-Dec-18
Pack of broad heads, some mountain house, a bag target. I live in the middle of nowhere, nearest store other than a Walmart is 3 hours. We order a lot of stuff on prime.

From: Brotsky
17-Dec-18
A portable power pack for your cell phone. Great to have along when you are going to be away from the vehicle or camp for extended periods and use your phone for mapping and such!

From: JohnMC
17-Dec-18

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If you have kids here is idea order maybe your wife would like it to.

From: Scoot
17-Dec-18
Wow- JohnMC is on fire with excellent suggestions!!! I immediately ordered all three of his suggestions.

From: JohnMC
17-Dec-18

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Here is one more. Could come in handy in a pack depending on what was for dinner the night before.

From: Twinetickler
17-Dec-18
Although John's are tempting I was actually looking at a cell phone charger for while I'm in the back country. Any suggestions on what has worked well for you Brotsky?

From: Brotsky
17-Dec-18
I use a RAV Power and it has treated me great. If I did it again I might look at an Anker power core 10,000 Mah at 6.35 ounces. They both run in the neighborhood of $30-$40. The RAV Power has more charges in it than the Anker, it's 60% larger capacity but heavier as a trade off.

From: JohnMC
17-Dec-18

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This one not a joke. I have had a few portable chargers. This one I have had for a couple of years and it has held up well and will charge phone several times.

From: Linecutter
17-Dec-18
Camping gear, knife, fishing gear. If you want to learn how to do Flint and Steel fire starting, one of the kits (not a Ferro Rod). Just some other suggestions for the Outdoor Life Style. DANNY

From: ohiohunter
17-Dec-18
A top hat for kill photos

From: LINK
17-Dec-18
I have the Poweradd Pilot X7 20000mAh Power Bank. It’s not light but it will charge several times if you’re using your phone for gps. I’ve had mine 2 years and it’s running strong. There’s probably better more expensive ones out there but for the money it’s done well.

From: Jaquomo
17-Dec-18
I recently bought a Sous Vide cooker on Amazon and it's the greatest thing I've ever owned for cooking wild game. With that gift cert you can get one for around $40

From: The Kid
17-Dec-18
2nd on what Lou said. I cooked with my Sous Vide cooker for the first time last night and it was life changing! haha

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