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5 Black Friday Sales for Hunters

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Its about that time of year again. Christmas is around the corner, and many shoppers are poised to get a jump on their holiday purchases this upcoming Friday. If you have a hunter on your list, here are five sales to consider from across the hunting marketplace.

Rig em Right

1. Rig ’em Right

If you’ve got waterfowl gear on your list, check out Rig ’em Right. For this Black Friday, the company is doing 20-percent off sitewide, and 35-percent off select items like the HydeOut blind, and 12-slot duck decoy bag. rigemright.com

Mystery Ranch

2. Mystery Ranch

Does your hunter need a new pack? If so, check out Mystery Ranch. The company is offering 30-percent off sitewide purchases, using code MRBLACKFRIDAY. In fact, this deal is already active, and runs through Cyber Monday (11/26), so you can pick up a Sawtooth Pack or Treehouse bag right now. mysteryranch.com

Sure Shot Game Calls

3. Sure-Shot Game Calls

How about a new call to lure those birds into shooting range? Sure-Shot Game Calls is offering up to 30-percent off. From the classic Yentzen, to Teal calls, to trucker caps, Sure Shot has your duck-calling needs covered before you ever set foot in the timber. sureshotgamecalls.com


4. Filson

Want to bridge the gap between hunt-capability and lifestyle gear? Filson has 30-percent off beanies and field flannel shirts to keep you warm in the stand, duffels to get all your gear to camp in style, and everything else in between. filson.com


5. Kuiu

While Kuiu hasn’t released details on what exactly will be included on its Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale yet, its set to include pants, jackets and baselayers. Whether you’re looking to keep your hunter warmer, more concealed, or simply more comfortable, you’ll want to check out this sale, which has had discounts up to 60-percent in previous years. kuiu.com

Happy shopping, and happy hunting this holiday season!



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