American Built Arms Company Launches Holiday Retail Program

American Built Arms Company offers free retail display and $100 rebate through December 31st, 2014

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The following press release was issued by American Built Arms Company

American Built Arms Company (A*B Arms), a Veteran-owned, Type 07 FFL manufacturer of firearms and firearms parts and accessories, announced it has launched the “A*B Arms Holiday Retail Program.” This program follows on the heels of the recently launched A*B Arms Retail Dealer Program.

“Firearms parts and accessories are in high demand and we want to provide the thousands of Dealers across America with the opportunity to pick-up a new line of U.S. manufactured polymer and metal products just in time for the holidays,” said Jason Combs, President and Founder of American Built Arms Company. “The A*B Arms brand of parts and accessories have been selling as excellent alternatives to the same old products found on the firearms accessory market today.”

The A*B Arms Holiday Retail Program is extremely simple:

* Buy $500 worth of A*B Arms Products and receive a $100 Rebate along with a free 6′ x 2′ Retail Display
* The offer is good through December 31st, 2014
* Rebate Forms must be stamped and mailed into A*B Arms by January 15th, 2015

Please visit the American Built Arms Company web site to download the latest A*B Arms Product Catalog and to Contact Us regarding interest in the A*B Arms Holiday Retail Program.

About American Built Arms Company:
Headquartered in Glen Rock, Pennsylvania, in an area with a long tradition of manufacturing excellence and craftsmanship, American Built Arms Company (A*B Arms) was founded on the principles of Honor, Service and Integrity. A*B Arms is a Veteran-owned, Type 07 FFL, privately held manufacturing company providing the defense industry, security and law enforcement, sporting goods and firearms owners with American-made, quality firearms products and accessories.

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