Coming Soon: Springfield Armory DUEL 3 Promotion

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posted on August 17, 2015
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It’s back (almost)! The Springfield Armory DUEL 3 promotion—one of the shooting industry's largest gun and gear giveaways of its kind—is set to launch soon. As in previous years, participants will be able to submit for daily and weekly prizes, as well as one spectacular grand prize experience.

"For shooting enthusiasts, it's rare you'll have such an opportunity," said Springfield Armory Marketing Director Chad Dyer. "With tens of thousands of dollars worth of prizes up for grabs from some of the industry’s leading manufacturers and more than 125 firearms, including some exciting new product announcements, participating is easy. September will be an exciting month."

Pre-registration is now open, so go to DUEL.Springfield-Armory.com to learn more and get started. Voting will be open Sept. 1 at 12:01 AM CST.

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