FN America Offers Free Gear Promotion

posted on October 18, 2016
Consumers who purchase a qualifying FN America FNX-45 Tactical pistol by the end of 2016 will receive a free Streamlight rail-mounted flashlight, a $243 value.

The Streamlight TLR-1 HL rail-mounted light provides 800 lumens of light that attaches to any Glock-style or Picatinny-rail-equipped handgun. The light is powered by two CR123 lithium batteries and features a constant-on life of 1.75 hours. The C4 LED light inside the TLR-1 HL has a 50,000 hour lifespan.

The FN America FNX-45 Tactical features a polymer frame that includes replaceable steel frame/slide rails. The frame also comes with two interchangeable back straps, a serrated trigger guard and a Picatinny accessory rail. The slide is constructed from stainless steel and features front and rear cocking serrations and an external extractor with a loaded chamber indicator. Suggested retail price on the FNX-45 is $824.

Information on eligible models of the FNX-45 Tactical can be found here.


handgun facing right against ammunition box
handgun facing right against ammunition box

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