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Prepper Christmas Gifts
Gifts and stocking stuffers with preppers in mind

Give the gift of preparedness and peace of mind this holiday season with gift ideas and
stocking stuffers:

  • Aquamira Frontier Water Filter. Filter up to 30 gallons with the Frontier Filter
    by Aquamira. Light enough for the bugout bag Aquamira Frontier traps over 99.9
    Percent of harmful Cryptosporidium, Giardia and other pathogens, including
    waterborne insect larvae and many bacteria such as E. coli. At around $10, you'll
    want to get one for everyone's stocking!
  1. Bear Grylls / Gerber fire starter. Gerber and survival expert Bear Grylls
    collaborated to develop an amazing ferrocerium rod and metal striker firestarter.
    The waterproof storage compartment keeps tinder dry. Plus it includes Bear
    Grylls' "Priorities of Survival" pocket guide. It has more than 668 5-Star reviews.
  2. Bear Grylls / Gerber Survival kit. Gerber's Bear Grylls' Basic Survival Kit
    includes a kinfe, firesteel, waterproof matches, snare wire, emergency Cordage,
    cotton ball fire tinder and mini survival guide.
  3. Cammenga "417 Official l U.S. Military Compass. The Commenga official U.S.
    Military Tritium Lensatic Compass Model 3H, pictured immediate right, is
    equipped with a magnifying lens, sight wire, and dial graduations in both
    degrees and mils. Around $46, this is the best compass money can buy. The
    copper induction dampening system slows the rotation for the magnet without
    the use of liquids. This carries the 3H stamp. It is GSA compliant and made in the
    U.S.A.
  4. DVDs: Noah (DVD release date 2014). The biblical story of Noah, found in the
    book of Genesis, comes to life.
  5. EatNTool. Multiple tools in one: spoon, fork, and bottle opener. Also includes
    three hex wrenches. Comes in many colors! Around $4-$6 depending on color.
  6. Emergency Fishing Kit. Fishing for ideas? Then you'll love the 15-Piece
    Emergency Survival Fishing Kit that meets Alaska/Canada over flight
    requirements. Designed by avid fishermen, these are the most used items you'll
    need.
  7. Freeze Dried Ice Cream Sandwich. Mountain House freeze dried ice cream
    sandwiches are just as much fun for prepper kids as they are for the adults!
  8. Folding Saw. The compact Primos folding saw, pictured left, quietly unfolds and
    locks into position. With a lightweight nylon handle and a sure-grip rubber
    coating, this folding saw is safe and simple to use. It has a push-button lock. It
    cuts through wood like butter! (See also the Pocket Chain Saw.)
  9. Gerber Machete. Granted a Machete isn't the typical stocking stuffer, but
    Gerber's proprietary Gator rubber grip for ergonomic control and fine edge blade
    on one side, or the saw on the other is sure to generate excitement form your
    favorite survivalist. The riveted, nylon sheath provides safe, durable transport.
  10. Light Load Towel. The Light Load Towel is more absorbent than cotton and
    microfiber. The wickable fabric so keeps you from freezing in cold activities. Best
    of all it doubles as a firestarting material and can supplement to your first aid kit
    as gauze.
  11. Lightweight backpacking stove / tiny stove. You won't believe the price
    (around $5.75 and this includes free shipping) for the Piezo ignition lightweight
    backpacking camp stove, pictured immediate right. It has 1,172 customer
    reviews with an incredible 4.5-star rating. You won't be disappointed. It's feom a
    trusted source.
  12. Military Can Opener (P-51). A military P-51 can opener for just $2.45 and this
    includes the free shipping is a welcome gift for any prepper. Stash them in the
    car, in the bugout bag, and on the keychain.
  13. Mini LED flashlight. You can't beat the price at around $3.90 (and this include
    the shipping). Incredibly, this flashlight gets 6100+ 4.3-star reviews from a
    reputable source.
  14. Nalgene Water Bottle. The best selling BPA-free water bottle is suitable for both
    warm and cold beverages (-40 to 212 degrees). Best of all, everyone in the
    family can get his or her favorite color. Pair it with the space saver cup, also
    pictured right.
  15. Ove Glove. The as seen on T.V. Ove Glove is a hot surface handler that will be
    your best friend in an off grid world. Pick up your Lodge Cast Iron Cookware
    with ease. The Ove Glove withstands extreme heat up to 540 degrees
    Farenheit, thanks to the exterior layer ,which is made of DuPont Nomex and
    Kevlar.  
  16. Paracord. Popular with Military personnel serving overseas, paracord is a craft
    suitable for kids and adults.
  17. Pocket Chain Saw. The flexible Chainmate Survival Saw is best seller with more
    than 539 5-star reviews. This pocket saw is incredibly inexpensive and powerful
    to help you gather firewood fast. Click the link to see the video.
  18. Self-defense bull dog key chain / Evil Cat keychain. Walk with confidence! This
    easily concealed defensive weapon looks like a bull dog or a cat, but is ready to
    get your attacker where it counts. An incredible price of under $3 will make you
    want to order several for friends and family.
  19. Space Saver Cup. The Olicamp Space Saver Cup is a clever way to save space
    and one of the most practical items preppers can carry. It conveniently fits over
    the end of a round 1 quart Nalgene bottle, as well as most other round 1 quart
    bottles, so there's no wasted space! (The Nagelene bottle is not included.)
  20. Zippo Emergency Fire Starter Kit. The Zippo Emergency Fire Starter Kit includes
    reliable flint wheel ignition easily lights the water-resistant waxed tinder sticks.
    A water-resistant O-ring seal built into the case keep the contents dry. Made in
    the USA.

Stocking stuffer and gift ideas for kids:
  • two wave radio (Motorola at the top of the page is highly rated).
  • sling shot. Sure it's fun for shooting cans, but it's also a terrific way to instill
    pride and self reliance when your child realizes he or she can hunt small game
    with these skills.
  • freeze dried ice cream sandwiches. Terrific as stocking stuffers, what kid
    wouldn't want to sink their teeth into an "out of this world" experience first
    developed for astronauts?
  • night vision goggles. Invite the sleepover fun with inexpensive night vision
    goggles! More expensive versions can also be part of a tactical security system.
  • foldable bike (one should be in every car
  • classic red wagon (useful to haul water from your source)
  • binoculars (Waterproof binoculars at the top of the page is very inexpensive)
  • Marshmallow shooter or a potato shooter! (Of course you could go with the
    classic Daisy BB gun. Naw, you'll shoot your eye out kid!)
  • older kids will appreciate paracord.

Stocking stuffer and gift ideas for her
  • Self defense tools (mace/pepper spray and a stun gun). The women in your life
    can carry these self defense tools in style by packing in pretty pink.
  • Lodge cast iron cookware (Dutch Oven). Get your honey cooking with Lodge
    cookware! In a dutch oven you can bake bread or make tasty stews with the
    healthful cooking of iron. Pair it with the Dutch Oven cookbook found in our
    Prepper Library.
  • Survival seed vault: A survival seed vault will provide a sense of security for the
    future in uncertain times, and is a perfect gift for the gardener or ho-ho home
    agragrian.
  • Stocking stuffer ideas: bull-dog self defense keychain, prepper santa hat,
    immediate, left.

Stocking stuffer and gift ideas for him
  • Prepper Santa Hat, immediate left
  • Leatherman
  • Swiss army knife
  • flint/magnesium stick
  • binoculars
  • car repair kit
  • Tactical seat cover, pictured immediate left
  • Tactical gloves, bottom right of page

Happy Prepping to all and to all a good night! See also Novelty Gift Ideas for Preppers.

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