Springfield Armory Announces Gear Up Promotion For All Striker-Fired Pistols

posted on July 10, 2022
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Springfield Armory announced the launch of a new promotional program called Gear Up, where custom era can qualify to receive extra accessories for their pistols. This promotion is valid for anyone who purchases a pistol from one of Springfield Armory's striker-fired lines, from July 1, 2022 to Aug. 31, 2022. Eligible buyers must simply show proof of purchase and fill out the online redemption form.

With this promotion, those that qualify will be sent a cross-cannon dual pistol case, along with three extra magazines for their specific pistol. These items are free of charge, and carry up to a $150 retail value. Customers who purchased one of the company's striker-fired handguns during the promotion period have until Sept. 30, 2022, to redeem their Gear Up package. For more information, visit springfield-armory.com



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