Springfield Launches New Online Shopping Experience

posted on September 22, 2022

Springfield Armory has launched a newly updated and expanded online store designed to provide customers with an easy-to-use interface as well as a broad selection of products. The retail website makes getting just the right Springfield product or accessory faster and easier than ever.

The revamped and enhanced experience is designed to ensure customers find exactly what they want quickly—and for a great price. One of the site’s most appealing new features is the ability to search by firearm model, eliminating those time-consuming searches often required by other on-line retailers. Simply select your firearm, and the Springfield Armory site provides an in-depth listing of all the accessories and parts offered for it. If you’re looking for extra magazines, a new holster, an optic or more, you’ll find it there.

In addition, a new Airguns section of the website features a selection of air pistols and air rifles based on some of Springfield Armory’s most popular firearms. The section also features all the accessories needed to get out and get shooting. From targets to pellets to CO2 cartridges and more, they are available.

“We understand and appreciate our customers want their online shopping experience to be streamlined and easy to navigate,” said Allen Remley, accessory product manager for Springfield Armory. “Our new platform not only gives a refreshed look, but allows for easier search, filtering and product categorization functions to deliver an enhanced and improved consumer shopping experience.”

The online store is not limited to firearm-specific accessories, either. It also offers a wide range of men’s and women’s apparel, drinkware, knives, patches, signs and more. The site has all the gear and lifestyle items enthusiasts need. In addition, the the store offers free shipping throughout the Continental U.S. on all orders over $50.


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