The spirit of Saint Nicholas lives large in the firearm industry. This year companies have rolled out the red carpet for gun owners, offering scalding hot savings before, during and, in some cases, long after Black Friday. Here’s a few to get your holiday shopping started without unduly increasing deficit spending, unlike some other administrations.
Holiday Rebates Aplenty
Have a Beretta fan on your list? Purchase a new 92X Performance pistol and there could be a $300 rebate in your future. Prefer a Beretta Tomcat, Bobcat, PX4 Storm or APX A1? Select models can bring $150, $100 or $75 back to your pocket, after the rebate’s processed, of course. The offers run until the end of the year and certain limitations apply. Full details are here.
Any revolver fan on your list would love a new Diamondback Sidekick 4.5-inch model. We’ll keep the secret if you collect the $50 rebate on the gun, or decide to go with the Diamondback DBX instead and spend the $100 you get back for peppermint twist lattes on the way to work. Both offers are valid until Dec. 31.
Coupon shoppers will rejoice at these special deals from Faxon Firearms. No clipping is really necessary —probably because ‘tis the season of flowing egg nogg and sharp object should be stowed safely away party goers. AR-10 receivers, M&P slides, FX22 rifles and much more are on sale.
FN America is offering rebates of up to $200 on some of its most popular models, including the select FN 509 and 502 pistols, FN Five-seveN MRD pistols and the FN SCAR 15P. The special deal is available Nov. 17 to Dec. 31. Amounts and included models are found here.
Take home a new KelTec Sub2000 and you can claim a $100 rebate. You can opt to wait for it as a check or flex your cyber wisdom streamlining the funds thorugh PayPal or Venmo.
SIG Sauer fans will rejoice at a new P365-XMacro, and they never need to know the three spare magazines you stuffed in their stocking were free. That offer is good until Dec. 31, but to score a Savior Tombstone Covert Bag with the purchase of a SIG Sauer Cross rifle you need to move on it by Dec. 15.
Buy a Smith & Wesson M&P15, M&P15 Sport II or M&P10 Volunteer and you can qualify to receive a Vortex Strikefire II red dot optic, MSRP $274.99. If that Smith & Wesson fan on your list wants something slightly more concealable, you can also get a $50 rebate with the purchase a new Shield. Here’s a look at guns that qualify for both promotions, which end summarily on New Years Eve.
Buy any one of the many qualifying Springfield Armory pistols by Dec. 31 and there’s three extra magazines and range back in the future of that special someone. The list of pistols in the promotion is too long to list here, but it includes the firm’s popular Hellcat line, including Pro series, XD-M Elites, XDs and several XD-S versions.
Wrap up a new Taurus G2, G3, G3c, GX4 and GX4XL pistol by Jan. 15—not all of our bosses are timely in that holiday bonus, after all—and there’s a $30 rebate in the near future. You can download a PDF with full details here.
Gear and Stocking Stuff
Looking for a new 5.56 NATO upper, maybe one in .223 Wy lde? Bear Creek Arsenal has special deals on a wide variety, including barrels and more. Links are on the company homepage.
Beretta’s offering up to half off select items, including clothing, gun cases, magazine and more. It’s the ideal stop for fans of the brand.
Cabelas has discounted hundreds of items from Nov. 20 to 26. Here’s a look at the brochure for the company’s Black Friday sale.
Guns.com has plenty of deals for the holiday’s already listed. That inventory will rotate regularly, so visit early and often.
Nighthawk Custom already has knives, flashlights, eyewear and other merchandise marked down to help you beat the shopping rush.
Up to 50 percent off select lighting solutions from Olight. The special sale ends Nov. 27, so keep that low drag profile and move fast.
Palmetto State Armory is also holding a sale on everything from complete guns to uppers and other items. Here’s the special webpage to visit for details.
And finally, use code Save13! to save 13 percent on everything on the Primary Arms website.