Savage Arms Offers Huge Discount to Military, Law Enforcement and First Responders

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posted on September 12, 2018
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In support and appreciation for the sacrifices made every day by the countless men and women who protect and serve our communities, Savage Arms is now offering discounted pricing to all active duty, veteran and retired military, first responders and law enforcement personnel. 

The “Savage Service Program,” which will run from Sept. 1 through Dec. 31 2018, offers a 30 percent reduction of MSRP on all Savage products—including firearms—for qualified individuals.  

“This isn’t a limited program. All of our firearms qualify for this opportunity—from our newly redesigned centerfire Model 110s with AccuFit stocks to our many award-winning rimfire rifles as well,” said Senior Marketing Manager Beth Shimanski. “This program also includes the popular Modern Sporting Rifles (MSR) which were voted ‘2018 Golden Bullseye Rifle of the Year’ Winner by NRA Shooting Illustrated.”

Discounted pricing through the Savage Service Program is available to Federal, State, County and City Law Enforcement (LE) officers; EMT's, Fire Fighters, Volunteer Fire Fighters, and Paramedics; Military personnel, active, retired and veterans, including Reservists and National Guard; Corrections Officers, including Parole and Probation Officers; State Licensed Armed Security Officers Employed by State Licensed Security Companies; Commercial Pilots and Federal Flight Deck Officers; Court Judges; and LE Academy Cadets. 

Qualifying customers are limited to two firearms per calendar year through the Savage Service Program discount.

For more details on the program including on required credentials, how to qualify, how to order and other terms, go to savagearms.com/savage-service-program.

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