Springfield Armory Launches Magazine Madness Promotion

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posted on February 17, 2017
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Springfield Armory launched a new Gear Up promotion called Magazine Madness, which gives consumers the ability to get four extra magazines on top of the two included magazines with every Springfield handgun purchase.

"Whether for recreation, competition or defensive use, it's important for consumers to have a healthy supply of reliable factory magazines for their pistol," Springfield Armory CEO Dennis Reese said. "All of our pistols ship with two magazines already, so the Gear Up promotion is a great way to get them a total of six magazines. Few gun owners have enough magazines, so we wanted to make it as easy as possible for them to have generous supply on hand."

In addition to the four extra magazines, the company will also include the company's injection-molded holster and double-magazine pouch designed to fit whichever handgun the end user selects for the promotion. The holster and double-magazine pouch feature adjustable retention and two injection-molded belt loops that fit belts up to 1.75 inches in width.

To participate in the Gear Up promotion, consumers can purchase a new Springfield Armory pistol in 9 mm, .40 S&W or .45 ACP between Feb. 1-June 30, 2017. Once purchased, simply mail in the Gear Up promotion form with proof of purchase or visit the Gear Up promotion website at springfieldpromo.com. The total value of the promotion is $180 worth of free gear.

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