Smith & Wesson and Hornady Giveaway!

07/11/19 12:15 AM | by

Smith & Wesson, Hornady

Smith & Wesson, Hornady

(Graphic: Guns.com)

Guns.com has partnered with Smith & Wesson and Hornady Mfg. to giveaway a new Smith & Wesson M&P9 M2.0 Compact pistol, a case of Hornady’s Critical Defense ammo, and a premium range day trip.

“Honestly, I’d be envious of the winner. You can’t go wrong with either Smith & Wesson or Hornady. They’re some of the best brands available in the gun world,” said Chris Callahan, Guns.com founder and chief executive. “The M&P9 M2.0 Compact 3.6 inch is the newest edition to Smith & Wesson’s duty handgun series and Hornady’s Critical Defense ammo is as reliable as it gets.”

The new Smith & Wesson M&P9 M2.0 Compact pistol is equipped with a 3.6-inch barrel and a low barrel bore axis that makes the pistol more comfortable to shoot as it reduces muzzle rise and allows for faster aim recovery. The M2.0 is an entirely new platform from its predecessor. The design features an upgraded trigger, grip, frame, and finish.

Along with a new Smith & Wesson handgun, the winner will receive 10 boxes of Hornady’s 9mm 115 grain Critical Defense ammunition and Guns.com will provide the winner $250 toward a range day.

Enter to win by going to the promotional page on Guns.com and then submit your name and email address. The campaign runs July 11-17, 2019.

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