Smith & Wesson Launches M&P Summer Rebate

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posted on July 9, 2017
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Smith & Wesson announced the launch of the company's new mail-in rebate offer, the "M&P Summer Savings," which applies to the company's line of M&P pistols, including the M&P Shield.

"We are excited to announce the 'M&P Summer Savings' mail-in rebate program this summer on some of our most popular firearms," said Matt Buckingham, president of Smith & Wesson. "We’ve worked with Hornady ammunition and Caldwell shooting supplies to create an ideal accessories package, whether you are in the market for a full-size or concealed carry M&P firearm."

Any consumers that purchase an M&P pistol, whether it's a full-size, compact or Shield, can submit a rebate to receive a Caldwell Mag Charger Universal Pistol Loader, two boxes of Hornady Critical Defense ammo and two spare magazines for their particular handgun. The total value of the offer is $180, and it can be had absolutely free with a simple completed form.

The rebate program applies to all M&P handguns purchased between July 1 to Sept. 30, 2017. To receive the rebate offer, consumers can choose three different ways to complete the form. First, the form is available online at the Smith & Wesson Perfect Summer Hideaway Rebate site and can be completed and submitted on the company's website. The form can also be downloaded and mailed to the company. Finally, consumers can obtain a paper copy of the rebate form from their Smith & Wesson dealer and mail in the completed form. The form must also include proof of purchase and must be sent into the company before Oct. 31, 2017.

Smith & Wesson also announced that customers living in Alaska, Hawaii and states with magazine-capacity restrictions or limits on ammo transfers will receive a $75 cash rebate when they buy their handgun.

For more details on the Smith & Wesson Perfect Summer Hideaway Rebate offer, visit the company's rebate website here.

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