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8 Gifts Veterans Will Actually Love

Check out our list of gifts for veterans and their loved ones.
By G.I. Jobs Staff
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Sure, you could get them a watch, mittens or a sweater off of the clearance rack in the back corner of the department store.

Or… you could be awesome and get that special veteran in your life a gift they’ll actually love this holiday season. Because we’re pulling for you to get it right this year, we went on the hunt for the best gifts out there for vets—and some great gifts for vets to get their loved ones as well.

And even better… some of the items on the list are handmade by veterans themselves! These are guaranteed to be so great, you’ll want to skip the gifts and just buy them for yourself (don’t worry, your secret is safe with us).

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1.) Sterling Silver Bracelet with Offset Heart Charm

Free Symbolic or Birthstone Charm* with Purchase of Any Sterling Silver Charm Bracelet

Company Name: Legacy Touch

Keep those you love near with this beautifully crafted Sterling Silver Offset Heart Charm Bracelet. Our available Symbolic Charms and Birthstone Charms offer personalization alongside your own heirloom collection.

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*Limited time only. The applicable discount of the greatest value will automatically apply in cart. Cannot be combined with any other offer or discount. Free Symbolic or Birthstone Charm promotion only valid when purchasing a Sterling Silver Charm Bracelet, and has a value of up to $60. Free Chain promotion only valid when purchasing a Sterling Silver Pendant, and excludes 20” Diamond Cut Sterling Silver Chain.

50 cal bullet bottle opener2.) .50 Cal Bottle Opener

Company Name: Bullets2Bandages
Veteran: Erik Spalding and Cole Evans (Co-Founders)
Branch: USMC and Navy
MOS: Infantry Officer and EOD Officer

These bullet bottle openers are 100% made in the USA from once-fired, military grade .50 caliber casings. After the brass is collected from military training ranges, they buy it in government auctions then press the projectiles, cut the notch and polish them up before engraving them. You can buy them as is or have them customized for the service member!

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8 Comments

  1. Bobby Land December 1, 2014 at 10:09 - Reply

    We have numerous items made exclusively for military and their families. Owned by an active duty soldier. http://www.etsy.com/shop/uncorkdart

  2. Sean Ricks December 1, 2014 at 20:58 - Reply

    I’m active duty Navy. My wife and I started a coffee roasting business a year and a half ago. Our business gives 10% of our profits to Wounded Warrior Project and Streetlight, a homeless outreach. You can order our delicious coffee from our website, http://www.ricksroasters.com

    Coffee makes the perfect gift!

  3. Jennifer Lorefice December 20, 2014 at 12:07 - Reply

    Proud Army National Guard Fiance’. I make handmade military support jewelry & accessories. Visit my Etsy store to take a peek: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Jennspieces?ref=hdr_shop_menu

  4. Maggie September 7, 2016 at 20:40 - Reply

    I restore old military photos and create custom gifts. Take a look http://www.americanphotoshop.com

  5. Battle Mug September 28, 2016 at 20:15 - Reply

    For a truly unique gift that’s 100% made in America and veteran owned, check out Battle Mug: https://battlemug.com or https://www.facebook.com/BattleMug/

  6. Laura December 9, 2017 at 15:55 - Reply

    USATuff – I own a small family business and we are very proud to honor our service men and women. My husband is a Navy veteran and we are so proud of our great country. USATuff launched a line of Navy, Army Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard and Police & Fire graphics kits for high end-coolers including YETI, RTIC, GRIZZLY, PELICAN, ORCA, IGLOO, OZARK TRAIL and more. Here is a direct link to our page with all of the Armed Services cooler kits. https://www.usatuff.com/pages/patriotic-designs

  7. Craig Fernandes June 13, 2019 at 17:14 - Reply

    Thousands and Thousands of dollars donated to Veteran causes – http://www.patriotthreads.org Use code VETERAN for 25% off.

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