4 Great Gifts for Father’s Day

The days of buying Dad a tie for Father’s Day ended about the time Al Gore claimed he invented the internet. Here are four great modern gifts that will make any father smile.

4 Great Gifts for Father’s Day

Arrow Antenna by Doubletake Archery

If Dad is a bowhunter, then he’ll love this truck accessory. As its name conveys, this ultra-realistic arrow can replace a truck’s radio antenna to put the owner’s passion for archery on display. Arrow Antenna is a unique product with multiple thread options and adapters, which allows it to be installed to nearly any vehicle with an antenna port.

Available in black or camo, Arrow Antenna is ready to sharpen up Dad’s truck this hunting season. MSRP: $19.99 (black), $24.99 (camo).


Centennial Book: Federal Ammunition — The First Hundred Years

Dad will enjoy reading about Federal's first 100 years of business with this limited-edition anniversary book that highlights the company’s vast history of cartridge production and innovation over the past century. Broken down by decade, each section of the book covers the historical achievements by Federal through rich historical photos, vintage packaging, marketing materials and unique company images.

The book features an original painting of the 1923 factory as cover art. Dimensions: 11 x 8.5 inches, 244 pages. Only 5,000 copies were printed. MSRP: $59.99


Primal Treestands Emergency Descender

Show Dad you love him by giving the gift of treestand safety. The Emergency Descender from Primal Treestands automatically lowers a hunter to the ground immediately after a fall. The hands-free operation means even if the hunter is injured or unconscious, the Emergency Descender will gradually and automatically lower the hunter safely to the ground. Timing is critical during such a scenario because the leg straps of a full-body safety harness can interrupt blood flow to and from a hunter’s legs after just a few minutes of hanging after a fall, leading to a condition known as suspension trauma, which can sometimes be fatal.

The Emergency Descender is designed to be used in conjunction with a full-body safety harness and is rated for hunters weighing between 120 and 300 pounds. The Emergency Descender weighs only 2 pounds and is small enough to fit in a pocket or treestand pack. The one-time use Emergency Descender can be hung as high as 25 feet from the ground and uses a friction-based system to provide a controlled-rate descent. MSRP: $50 (includes one tree strap, one Descender and one carabiner)


Radians Vertex Rechargeable Electronic Low-Profile Earmuff 

All shooters — dads included — deserve effective hearing protection. This electronic earmuff compresses loud noises such as gunshots to a level that protects against hearing injury. The circuitry allows 5X sound amplification of voices and other low-level environmental sounds, enabling conversation and better directional pinpointing when listening for wildlife.

The dual omnidirectional microphones help determine the direction of the sound, and both mics are recessed to reduce frustrating wind noise. Unlike other electronic earmuffs powered by AAA batteries, the Vertex is equipped with a high-quality rechargeable lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery that lasts 8 hours between charges when used nonstop. MSRP: $71.99


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