Free Hornady Critical Defense Ammo with RAPiD Safe Purchase

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posted on October 13, 2016
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During Hornady’s Safe & Secure promotion, consumers will receive a free box of Critical Defense ammunition when they purchase an RFID-enabled Hornady RAPiD Safe*—a RAPiD Safe, RAPiD Safe 2600 or RAPiD Safe 2700.

Hornady’s patent-pending RFID technology allows fast access to a handgun by simply placing the RFID wristband, key fob or adhesive decal over the reader, which causes the safe to spring open and present a gun to its owner.

The promotion runs through Jan. 15, 2017. *Some exclusions apply. For all of the rules and details, please visit hornady.com/promotions/safe-and-secure

Additional reading on Hornady's Critical Defense and Critical Duty ammo:
Understanding Hornady's Critical Defense and Critical Duty Ammo 


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