Springfield, MA -(Ammoland.com)- Smith & Wesson Corp. announced that the company is currently offering consumers a limited opportunity to obtain three free magazines with the purchase of a new full-size or compact M&P pistol.
With over 50 choices available including the Performance Center Ported C.O.R.E pistols or the recently introduced carbon fiber finished M&P, there has never been a better time to purchase your first or second M&P pistol.
The promotion is available to consumers in the continental United States who purchase any new Smith & Wesson M&P pistol in 9mm, .40 S&W or .45 ACP from March 29, 2015 through May 31, 2015. During the limited time promotion, consumers who purchase a new M&P pistol can obtain an online claim form from the company’s website or at the participating dealers for the three free magazines. The promotion is not valid with the purchase of the M&P Shield and is only available while supplies last.
Due to state and local laws, residents of Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York City are not eligible to participate in this promotion. For each eligible M&P firearm claimed, the participating dealer from where the sale originated will receive one free magazine in retail packaging.
The Smith & Wesson M&P pistol is manufactured with a reinforced polymer chassis, superior ergonomics, ambidextrous controls and proven safety features. A leading choice of recreational shooters, law enforcement professionals and competitive marksmen worldwide, the M&P pistol is engineered to meet any need at anytime.
For more information regarding this Smith & Wesson consumer magazine promotion and to learn how to qualify visit www.Smith-Wesson.com.
About Smith & Wesson
Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation (NASDAQ Global Select: SWHC) is a U.S.-based leader in firearm manufacturing and design, delivering a broad portfolio of quality firearms, related products, and training to the global military, law enforcement, and consumer markets. The company’s firearm division brands include Smith & Wesson, M&P, and Thompson/Center Arms. As an industry leading manufacturer of shooting, reloading, gunsmithing and gun cleaning supplies, the company’s accessories division produces innovative, top quality products under Battenfeld Technologies, Inc., including Caldwell Shooting Supplies, Wheeler Engineering, Tipton Gun Cleaning Supplies, Frankford Arsenal Reloading Tools, Lockdown Vault Accessories, and Hooyman Premium Tree Saws. Smith & Wesson facilities are located in Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut, and Missouri.
For more information on Smith & Wesson, call (800) 331-0852 or log on to www.Smith-Wesson.com.
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3 thoughts on “Smith & Wesson Offers Consumers Three Free Magazines With Purchase of New M&P Pistol”
I don’t like Smith & Wesson because if I’m not mistaken, they jumped on the gun control band wagon years ago in exchange for exclusively supplying government arms.
This is another company who tried their best to sell-out the American people for another stinkin’ nickel.
Maybe some of you old guys can answer this: Is Remington arms the same company that made Remington typewriters? And did the Smith from Smith & Wesson once belong to Smith-Corona typewriters?
There are a lot of similarities in manufacturing both products (guns and typewriters), so I’m wondering if these guys didn’t just make a shift from one business to another for war profits or something.
step son bought this in 40 cal
I dont like the pistol , its a personal thing im sure , it just dont fit right in my hand, besides that i dont like the take down / field strip mechanism , and his 40 developed a problem with the rear cover for the striker spring assy.
it would move down and out of place enough to stop the slide from closing entirely on the next round, thus not firing, that to me is instant death in a self defense situation
sent it back to the factory and they said” it didnt do it for them” so they sent it back..I wouldn’t trust my life on it
ive got only a few S&W’s..older models..before the sell outs took over
anymore ,if a venture capitalist owns the Gun Mfg. im not really interested anymore
Still a better deal to get the glock. S&W has to pay royalties to glock for patent infringement so there is NO WAY they can give a better deal.