Buy a Crimson Trace Laser Sight or Tactical Light, Get Free Hornady Ammo

By Dave Dolbee published on in General

If there is a downside to buying a new gun for self-defense, it would be the break-in period and the cost of proofing/sighting in the self-defense ammunition. Hornady and Crimson Trace already make an unbeatable combination, but now they have teamed up to offer a free box of Hornady’s Critical Defense ammunition with the purchase of a new Crimson Trace Laser Sight or Tactical Light during the month of October. Read the full release from Crimson Trace.

Free Ammo Promotion Coupon

You read that right! Buy a Crimson Trace Laser Sight or Tactical Light between October 1, 2017 and October 31, 2017, and get a free box of Hornady Critical Defense ammunition in your choice of .38 Special, .380 ACP, 9mm Luger, .40 S&W, or .45 ACP. Critical Defense ammo features Hornady’s patented FTX Bullet Technology that is designed to expand reliably and resist clogging when fired through heavy clothing. Developed to provide the best performance for defensive and personal protection situations, Critical Defense is the ultimate choice for any short barreled, concealed carry firearm. Now is the time to upgrade your personal defense kit with the ultimate laser sighting solution, and your carry ammo is on us!

How to Redeem

Rebate submissions must include ALL of of the following:

  • One (1) completed redemption form (available in-store or via download below).
  • One (1) original receipt with Crimson Trace purchase circled, dated between October 1, 2017 and October 31, 2017.
  • One (1) original UPC code removed from Crimson Trace packaging.

Mail To:

Crimson Trace Corporation
C/O Promotions
9780 SW Freeman Drive
Wilsonville, OR 97070

Rebate Form Download (PDF)

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Comments (3)

  • Rammy

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    Hi,

    You put valuable information about crimson trace laser sight tactical light. People should carry a stun gun, tactical knife, flashlight, pepper spray and keychain alarms, is a good idea for personal defense.

    Thank you for useful information.

    Rammy

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  • dprato

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    Dave, I think your concern about break in time, and the cost of proof and sighting in self defense ammo is a bit overstated. I currently own 8 9mm handguns none of which are overly expensive but were well researched before I bought them. In almost every case the first time out at the range they performed flawlessly right out of the box, sighting was not a major issue, and shooting fmj or hollow points didn’t appear to present any major problems as well. I like to rotate my carry firearms frequently and go to the range frequently to shoot. I have felt comfortable carrying any of those firearms after one or two times at the range which to me is not an extensive amount of time between first use and carry.

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    • Dave Dolbee

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      Perhaps. However, on the other end of the spectrum, I have far too many who complained that ammo was too expensive to run a box through it simply to proof it, or state they bought the cheapest ammo they could find thinking a quality self defense ammo was too expensive. Perhaps I worry more about those with penny wise pound foolish mentality than someone like yourself who seems to be be doing it right by making informed decisions. ~Dave Dolbee

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