Crimson Trace Offers Free Ammunition with Purchase

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posted on September 29, 2017
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Crimson Trace is offering a free box of Hornady Critical Defense ammunition, available for a limited time with the purchase of any new Crimson Trace laser sight or tactical light between Oct. 1-31, 2017.

The promotion to help firearm owners save money, enjoy practicing, and improve their firearm skills is limited to the following calibers: .38 Spl, .380 Auto, 9 mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP. Each box of ammunition contains either 20 or 25 cartridges depending upon the caliber selected. 

To redeem, fill out the redemption form, which can be downloaded at crimsontrace.com, include receipt with the date of purchase circled (between Oct. 1-31, 2017), and the original UPC code removed from Crimson Trace packaging, and mail it to Crimson Trace Corp. 

For the complete rules and details, visit crimsontrace.com

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