FN America is running a magazine promotion. IMG FN AmericaU.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- FN America, LLC is pleased to announce the FN 509 Free Magazine
U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- FN America, LLC is pleased to announce the FN 509 Free Magazines Promotion for all FN 509 models, valid on purchases made between March 1, 2022, and April 30, 2022. Consumers who purchase a new FN 509 are eligible to receive either two or three magazines through this offer depending on the model.
Qualifying purchases of any new FN 509 Standard or MRD model are eligible to redeem for two 24- or 10-round magazines; purchases of new FN 509 Tactical models are eligible to redeem for three 24- or 10-round magazines; and purchases of any new FN 509 LS EDGE are eligible to redeem for three 17- or three 10-round FN 509 LS EDGE magazines.
To review the program’s full terms and conditions, eligible models list or to redeem purchases for this offer, please visit www.fnamerica.com/promotions. To learn more about the FN 509 series of pistols, please visit fnamerica.com.
About FN America, LLC
Carry the Future | FN America, LLC, the U.S. subsidiary of Belgium-based FN Herstal, S.A. provides U.S. military, law enforcement, and commercial customers with a complete range of state-of-the-art, groundbreaking solutions developed around small caliber firearms and associated ammunition under the FN brand name.
FN Herstal is the Defense & Security entity of Herstal Group that also includes a Hunting & Sports Shooting entity (Browning and Winchester Firearms’ brand names) and operates globally.
FN product lines include portable firearms, less lethal systems, integrated weapon systems for air, land, and sea applications, remote weapon stations, small-caliber ammunition, as well as modern and cutting-edge solutions to provide enhanced combat, logistics, maintenance, and communication capabilities.
In addition to FN America – headquartered in McLean, Virginia, with manufacturing operations in Columbia, South Carolina –, FN Herstal is the parent company of FNH UK in England and Noptel (electro-optics) in Finland.