Early reviews reveal the rifle is living up to the marketing circus preceding the Saint’s Nov. 1 launch, cleverly dropped on All Saint’s Day.
“I feel like Springfield was going for something different: like they wanted to bring an affordable AR-15 to the market that you didn’t feel you had to change to be proud of it,” says Colion Noir of the newest black rifle on the block.
After weeks of sharing teasers on social media, Illinois gun maker Springfield Armory introduced the Saint, the company’s iteration of the AR-15 platform.
Every year manufacturers from across the industry join together in the month of October to raise awareness for breast cancer.
Springfield Armory is throwing their weight behind a new marketing campaign meant to drum up interest over the gun maker’s new project, the Saint, set to drop on November 1.
Coming off the success of the XD series of pistols, Springfield knew it had a winner when it unleashed the Mod.2 in 2014.
Nothing beats a good old-fashioned 1911 and lucky for me, Springfield Armory fed my need for this classic pistol with their new Range Operator.
Guns.com was on hand at the NRA Annual Meeting 2016 to find some of the hottest and newest pistols Louisville had to offer.
The pistol caused quite a crowd and raised a lot of money for the Chris Kyle Foundation.
The current bid as of noon Friday May 19th was $17,550. Proceeds will go to the Chris Kyle Foundation.