Savage Arms offers discounted pricing to first responders, military, LE

09/11/18 8:30 AM | by

Savage Arms offers a discount program for LE, military and first responders. (Photo: Savage Arms)

First responders, law enforcement and military are set to receive special pricing on Savage Arms firearms courtesy of the Savage Service Program.

The Savage Service Program, running through Dec. 31, allows qualified customers to purchase Savage firearms at 30-percent off MSRP. Savage says customers who fall into one of the following categories qualify for the discounted program: federal, state, county and city law enforcement officers; EMT’s, firefighters, 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. 

“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 Shimanski in a news release. “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.”

Individuals must have approved purchaser credentials to place a firearms order. Customers who qualify must fill out a program order form and supply a copy of their ship to FFL as well as military or law enforcement credentials. Customer are eligible for two firearms per calendar year with estimated delivery between 8 and 12 weeks. The discount does not apply towards custom firearms.

For more details, interested consumers can check out the Service Program page on Savage’s website.

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