Free Ammo with Hornady's Safe & Secure Promotion

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posted on March 23, 2017
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For a limited time, participate in the Hornady Safe & Secure promotion and you’ll receive a free box of Critical Defense ammunition when you purchase an RFID-enabled RAPiD Safe.*

Patented RFID technology delivers the fastest access to your firearms. By simply placing the RFID wristband, key fob or adhesive decal over the reader,  the safe springs open to present your gun. What's more, when you purchase one of these safes,  you'll come away with a free box of one of the most reliable and effective personal-defense ammunition on the market.

*Some exclusions apply. For complete rules and regulations, visit Hornady.com.

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