Crimson Trace Offers Free Box of Ammo

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posted on October 9, 2017
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Crimson Trace is enticing firearm owners to purchase one of the company's laser sights or tactical lights with an offer of a free box of Hornady Critical Defense ammunition on any products sold in the month of October 2017.

This offering is a money-saving option for those who are already filling their handguns with high-quality self-defense ammunition, since it prevents them from having to spend up to $30 on Hornady's premium ammo offerings.

For those who carry a different type of personal-defense ammunition, the offer of a free box of Hornady's Critical Defense ammo gives them the opportunity to practice with ammunition similarly styled to the rounds they do carry, allowing them to get more familiar with their self-defense gun and understand the benefits of firing a laser- or light-equipped pistol.

The offer applies to more than 275 different models of lasers and lights available from Crimson Trace, providing accessory options for thousands of popular firearms on the market. Products can be ordered from the company's website or users can visit one of Crimson Trace's more than 2,500 certified dealers across the country.

Crimson Trace laser sights are available in both red and green diode configurations, and almost every product in the company's lineup is covered by its Free Batteries for Life program, providing a lifetime supply of replacement batteries for your light or laser setup.

The free box of Hornady Critical Defense ammunition is limited to offerings of .38 Spl., .380 ACP, 9 mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP. Each free box of ammunition contains 20-25 cartridges, depending on the end user's chosen caliber.

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