By Lars Dalseide | December 20 2010 15:19

If you're anything like me, you've probably been waiting until the absolute last minute to find the right gifts and stocking stuffers for the holiday season. After mentioning this to Ben Van Scoyoc, Manager of the National Firearms Museum Gift store, he invited me down for a look at his inventory – and boy does he have some inventory.

First thing to jump to my attention are the slipper socks. Available in red, blue, and yellow (yellow not pictured), they come with the NFM logo on top and a collection of guns from the museum on the bottom.

"Sure to keep your feet firmly on the ground and your toes nice and toasty," said Ben.

Next is a sardine can. I'm not sure why, especially because I hate sardines, but for some reason it calls to me. Upon inspection, I find out that the sardine can is actually an all-in-one survival kit. Filled with a compass, a whistle, a set of matches, a razor blade, an energy nugget and more, this handy collection of goodies comes in a compact case that's easy to take along in your boat, backpack, RV, or bike.

If you're in need of a stocking stuffer for that special outdoorsman (or woman), and you're in the DC Metro area, these two prizes from the National Firearms Museum Gift Store is a great place to start.


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