Savage Arms Announces Rebate Program

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posted on August 6, 2015
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Savage Arms has announced a “Save on a Savage” rebate program that applies to more than 75 individual styles of rifles, including models that feature suppressor-ready functionality, left-handed versions, camouflage options, youth sizes and more. undefined

For example, buy one of the following and receive a $75 rebate:
• Model 10 Predator Hunter
• 11/111 Long Range Hunter
11/111 Lightweight Hunter
11/111 Lady Hunter
• 11/111 FCNS Hunter
• 16/116 Bear Hunter
• 16/116 FCSS Weather Warrior  

For a $50 rebate, purchase one of the following:
• Trophy Hunter XP
• Trophy Predator Hunter XP
AXIS or AXIS II XP 

Finally, for $25 cash back, purchase one of the following:
• Mark I
Mark II
• Model 93
• Model 93R17
• B.MAG
Model 42

For complete details, visit Savage Arms.

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