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Gun Guy & Gun Gal Gifts With A Purpose

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Ok, let me just say right up front, my sincerest apologies to you gun gals, but as a guy I can only speak for the gun GUYS out there. Although, I know for a fact that many of these gift ideas will appeal to the Gun Gals as well and I have included a couple for the ladies, too. So, what to get your favorite gun guy/gal for Christmas? Well, any “gun guy/gal” worth the title already has guns, right? For your beloved gun guy/gal, it’s time to accessorize. Gift giving with a purpose through CDH

What good are guns without ammo, right? There’s no such thing as “too much ammo”! Now that we have the obvious out of the way, now what? It has often been said that “firearms are Barbies for men”, but believe you me gun gals out there can accessorize and help your gun guys.

Every firearm has it’s own almost infinite list accessory options, so we’ll just take a look at a few to give you some ideas.

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Cold Dead Hands Reviews: 2Hawks Tomahawks

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2Hawks Warbeast TomahawkOnce in a while something comes along that completely catches you off guard and takes you back in time. This is exactly what happened to me, the day I walked up to Devin Price’s table at the Wannemacher Gun show in Tulsa. I was captivated by the display of ‘old world’ tomahawks laid out on the table. Saying his hawks are a work of art is almost an understatement to their beauty… because truthfully they are mesmerizing. If you are a ‘blade guy or girl’ (I don’t want to insult our beautiful counterparts), you might understand my captivation. I can’t quite figure out if it’s the beauty of the 6150 High Carbon chromium steel heads with the patented 2Hawks bluing or the dark stained hickory handle, but I do know one thing, the combination of the two creates a visual effect that parallels no other hawk I’ve seen or held. After that show, I went home and did a little research on 2Hawks and this is what I found:

“Maker of the finest precision working tomahawks in the world, Two Hawks (the late Robert Thalmann) lived and worked less than a mile upstream of an 1846 American Fur Company trading post on the upper Missouri River. These tomahawks are precision machined and ground, and honed on leather to a razor edge, in the cutler’s shop behind his 1884 home in Fort Benton, Montana.