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Rifle Ornament

$16.99

In the 18th century, this firearm was developed to be more precise than the popular musket. During the American Revolution, Daniel Morgan's Riflemen were an integral part of disabling the superior British artillery. Today, rifles are used in warfare, hunting and shooting sports.
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Axe Ornament

$14.99

Since the Stone Age, mankind has relied on this amazingly useful tool. Today it s a simple steel head attached to a wooden handle, and comes in a variety of sizes depending on your chopping needs. The hatchet is a single-handed axe, ideal for splitting firewood. Need to fell a tree? Use a regular two-handed axe. Timber!
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Tackle Box Ornament

$21.99

Every fisherman needs a well-stocked tackle box to hold extra lines and hooks, bobbers, sinkers, plastic worms, lures, needle-nose pliers, multi-tool, flashlight, bug spray, sunscreen and a small first aid kit. Grab your pole and let s go fishing.
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Shotgun Ornament

$16.99

A shotgun is also known as a pepper gun and scattergun. Most often used for hunting and sport shooting, the shotgun is one of the most popular firearms today. Historically, the shotgun was used by armies in close quarter combats. Shotguns are used for shooting sports such as trap, skeet and sporting clays.
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Train Ornament

$24.99

The steam locomotive symbolizes the many journeys we've taken, whether in real life or emotionally as we grow and mature. The train is a symbol of adventure and discovering new places. The journey is as important as the destination. All aboard!
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Six Pack Of Beer Ornament

$19.99

The six pack emerged in the 1950s and has become a symbol of relaxation with good friends. Breweries originally sold bottles in crates of 12, but grocery stores found that the 6-pack fit better in a paper grocery bag. Enjoy responsibly and remember to recycle!
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Sandals Ornament

$21.99

Sandals have been worn for millenniums! The Bible tells the story of Jesus wearing sandals as he roamed the earth. The oldest known sandals were found in Oregon and date back at least 10,000 years! They were made of sagebrush bark. Today s sandals are most likely much more comfortable!
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Cigar Ornament

$11.99

This beautiful glass ornament was carefully mouth-blown into a finely crafted mold. Then a hot solution of liquid silver was poured inside. Finally, the ornament was delicately hand-painted with many brightly colored lacquers and glitters for you to enjoy!
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Lawn Mower Ornament

$24.99

Lawn care is big business in the US ($30 billion spent annually); the average American spends 4 hours per week tending their lawn. The first lawn mower was patented in 1830 by Edwin Beard Budding, inspired by watching machinery at a local cloth mill. Why not visit the British Lawnmower Museum in Merseyside, Great Britain?
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Fishing Bobber Ornament

$10.99

Anyone who fishes has at least one bobber in their tackle box. Harry Basil Irwin is the patent holder for the classic red and white model, but bobbers come in all sorts of styles and designs anything to hold a hook afloat, in any depth of water. Let s go fishing!
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Charter Boat Ornament

$19.99

Plan an excursion for half a day or longer, whether it's a fishing expedition or a "3 hour tour" with family and friends. Take a relaxing cruise on the "Nauti or Nice" this holiday season and St. Nick will be your captain.
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Snowmobile Ornament

$22.99

When the snow starts falling, it's time to ride one of the 230,000 miles of marked trails in the US and Canada. If you want some company, join a local snowmobiling club. Enjoy the beauty of the winter wonderland, all that the mountains and forests have to offer this time of year. Bundle up!
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Smoker Bbq Ornament

$26.99

Taste the flavor! Smoking is the process of flavoring, browning, cooking or preserving food by exposing it to a smoldering fire. Food takes on the flavor of the fire and creates a delicious, melt-in-your-mouth affect that leaves even the pickiest eater asking for seconds.
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Ice Chest Ornament

$14.99

Camp outs, tailgate parties, picnics and road trips are just a few places where the ice chest appears. Fill it with ice and your favorite drinks and snacks. Just make sure you can close the lid, to keep all your treats nice and cold.
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Mug Of Beer Ornament

$14.99

The origins of beer date back as far as 10,000, B.C. and virtually every culture throughout history has produced it. Ancient beer had much more nutritional value than bread at that time and was often safer to drink than the water. In some cultures, beer was a dietary staple and was referred to as liquid bread !
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Cowboy Hat Ornament

$18.99

This quintessentially Western headgear has its origins in the wide-brimmed hats worn by Mexican vaqueros. In 1865, J.B. Stetson introduced the Boss of the Plains the symbol of the American cowboy and rugged durability. Personalize yours with buckles, beads, feathers or the distinct way you crease the crown or roll the rim.
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Aluminum Beer Keg Ornament

$17.99

Folks have loved their beer for millennia, from Thomas Jefferson to Homer Simpson. Plato noted, He was a wise man who invented beer. Originally made of wood, metal kegs increase the safety & shelf life of the elixir within. There is no standard size for a keg, but the US legally defines it as 31 gallons. Cheers!
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Outboard Motor Ornament

$19.99

In 1870, Gustave Trouv patented the first known electric outboard motor, which sped up watercraft of his day. About 35 years later, Cameron Waterman (a Yale engineering student) developed the first gasoline-powered motor, which really got things moving!

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