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Gear up for Fall or Show National Pride with Taurus

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Purchase a new Taurus TX 22 from Aug. 1 to Oct. 31, inclusive, and there are three free .22 LR magazines and a Taurus-branded zippered tactical range case in your future. The company has also rolled out a series of limited-edition pistols wearing patriotic themes to show your American pride.

Taurus’ Gear up for Fall Sales Event—with the range case and magazines rebate—is open to enthusiasts in all 50 states and Washington, DC. Certain limitations apply and to receive the items owners are required to complete their applications, along with submitting the serial and UPC numbers, photos of the original box, cash register receipt, etc., on or by Nov. 30.

The process can be completed entirely online. Visit this web page for full details and convenient links to the rules or to submit a claim.

Taurus USA also rolled out a lineup of special Americana-themed guns designed to honor the spirit of freedom and the United States last month. Several pistols prominently wearing a cerakoted American flag design are part of that special run. The series included the Taurus TX 22 (seen above), although they apparently went fast because they no longer appear on the website. Odds are good a few are still available at your favorite FFL, though, and when combined with the above promotion it makes that purchase even better.

The patriotic theme includes some of the company’s most popular pistols, from the iconic 9 mm Taurus G3c semi-automatic to the versatile .22 LR-chambered TX22. Each firearm in the lineup is a testament to American values and the Second Amendment.

These unique, one-of-a-kind products are only available for a limited time—and going fast, obviously. Customers are encouraged to contact their local FFL before they are no longer available or visit the Taurus website for full details on availability and pricing.

Article by GUY J. SAGI


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