Crimson Trace Launches 25-25-25 Giveaway & Rebates

posted on April 23, 2019

Celebrating the company’s 25th anniversary in 2019, Crimson Trace is giving consumers an opportunity to enter the special 25-25-25 Program that’s part of the celebration. It’s the largest giveaway in Crimson Trace history, with a total of 25 packages going to 25 entrants. There is no cost and qualifying winners will receive a firearm, Crimson Trace riflescope, electronic sight, laser sight or tactical light and other accessories.

Products will be on display at the Crimson Trace booth in the 2019 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits happening in Indianapolis, IN, and will be available for purchase in the store. Product offerings include a wide array of Crimson Trace riflescopes in multiple magnification ranges with numerous reticle pattern options. The company’s legendary electronic sights designed for use on rail-equipped firearms will also be on hand, as well as LaserLyte training products. An in-booth drawing for laser sights, lights and riflescopes will also be held daily.

Enthusiasts unable to attend the annual meetings can enter the 25-25-25 Program by visiting the website and registering. This month’s giveaway—No. 7 of the 25—includes a Kimber Advanced Tactical SOC II (SG) rifle chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor, Crimson Trace CTL-3525 3-Series2 Tactical Riflescope, Crimson Trace FlexFit2 Fitted Baseball Cap, Crimson Trace Coffee Tumbler, Crimson Trace Sticker Pack, Caldwell Tack Driver Shooting Rest, Vertx EDC Gamut Plus Backpack, Fix It Sticks Deluxe Kit, Warne Skyline Precision Bipod and Warne Scope Rings.

The nationwide $50 rebate is available until the end of this month, and purchases at the annual meetings, on-line or at any retailer in Crimson Trace’s network of 2,500+ dealers across the nation can qualify. For full details and limitations visit the promotion’s website.


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