Special Spring Gun Deals for Your Stimulus Check

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posted on April 23, 2020
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There’s no shortage of special offers by firearm manufacturers right now, and if you’re wondering how to spend that COVID-19 relief check, here are a few to stretch those bucks. Whether you’re in the market for a new gun, weaponlight or ammo, there’s something for everyone.

Purchase a new Springfield Armory M1A1 before June and you may qualify to receive a scope mount and two free magazines. The Gear Up Promo is valued at $265..

Hornady is offering free bullets to enthusiasts who purchase select reloading gear and Critical Defense ammunition for qualifying buyers of any of the company’s RFID-enabled RAPiD safes. Here’s a link to the company’s Get Loaded and Safe and Secure 2020 promotions.

Take home a new FN Five-Seven or FN 509 Tactical before May 1 and you could receive a $75 rebate or free Streamlight TLR-7A Gun Light ($225 value), respectively.

The “Buy More Save More” promotion from Crimson Trace has been extended to April 30 and new owners of the company’s lasers, lights, sights and scopes can qualify for up to $200 back on their purchase price. The more you spend, the more you save—as the name indicates—but even if you only have $58.95 left in that COVID-19 relief check, you still get $10 back.

Purchase at least four boxes of Federal predator or varmint, in centerfire and rimfire, and you get up to $5 back per box. Maximum rebate per shooter or household is $100. Offer ends April 30.

Claim a modern sporting rifle from Savage before May 1 during the company’s Exercise Your 2nd Amendment Rights [PDF] promotion and you could qualify for a $75 rebate. Add one of the firm’s A or B series rifle to your gun safe before the end of April and there could be $50 coming back. If precision’s your game, claim a Stealth, Stealth Evolution, 110 GRS, or 110 HS Precision before May 29 and there may be a $100 rebate in your future..

TNW Firearms is offering $50 back for enthusiasts who buy one of its standard Aero Survival Rifles or Tac Aero Survival Pistols between March 1 and May 31. The TNW Aero Survival product line uses Glock magazines.

You might want to move fast, though. Firearm sales in March were at a record-breaking pace and retailers contacted by American Rifleman indicated they haven’t slowed.

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