3 Things to Gift Your Dad on Father's Day

Posted on: 10 May 2019

Father's Day is almost here and if you haven't already started thinking about what you're going to gift your dad, then you may be a little bit behind. If your dad is a big hunter, then there are tons of fun and unique things you can gift him including Damascus steel hunting knives or even a new rifle. This article will take a closer look at three of the things to gift your dad. Read on to learn some more. 

Damascus Steel Hunting Knives

These knives span over 17 centuries and are known for their unique carvings on them and their ability to cut through just about anything. If your dad is a true hunter, he is bound to love this if and get excited about using it in the great outdoors. With so many artists out there who are still making these knives you can find Damascus steel hunting knives that are new or an antique.

A Bow and Arrow

Hunting with a bow and arrow is another art form that a lot of hunters still like doing. Because bows and arrows can be a little bit expensive though, not as many hunters use them; especially if they are constantly using bows. If you don't have it in your budget to buy your dad a whole new set, then at least consider gifting them with some spare arrows that they can take out hunting with them so that they don't lose anymore. 

A Rifle

A new shiny rifle is always a good gift idea to gift your dad. Is your dad the type of guy who has a  caseload of rifles? If so, then it may be the perfect idea to get them some sort of vintage or collectors rifle to add to their collection. A gun collector or store can help you track down the right one so that your dad is happy.

One of the most fun things about hunting is that there are so many methods to do so. Whether your dad likes to use a knife, a bow and arrow, or a good old fashioned rife, there is bound to be something out there that you can gift him. And, if you really want to take things up a level, consider planning a day hunting with him so that he knows just how special he is to you. To learn more about these hunting tools, reach out to a specialty outdoor retailor near you.