Brownells has announced plans to give away a Personal Defense Handgun Package valued at $1000. The package includes a Glock 42 pistol, a pistol safe, a concealed carry holster, a tactical light, and 250 rounds of self-defense ammunition.
According to the press release, this package features a Hornady RAPiD Safe which can be opened with a RFID bracelet (included), key fob and wallet card or with a personalized keypad. It retails for $249. Meanwhile, the concealed carry holster is a Galco Pocket Protector, which covers the trigger guard. It has a special hooked shape designed to keep it inside a front pants pocket or jacket pocket as the pistol is draw. It retails for $21.99.
The Personal Defense Package also includes a Brownells Versatile Light, which adjusts from 13 to 530 lumens and runs up to 150 hours on low and up to 2.5 hours on high. Retail price is $79.99. Finally, the winner will also get 250 rounds of Hornady Critical Defense .380 ammo featuring the FTX bullet that delivers “controlled expansion with deep penetration for maximum effect,” the press release reads. Retail price is $19.99 per box.
“All 50 states now have some form of concealed carry,” said Matt Buckingham, President/COO of Brownells. “Millions of law-abiding Americans are exercising their Second Amendment right to self-defense, and getting their permits. This Glock 42 Personal Defense Handgun Package gives you a great carry gun and a high-tech way to safely store the gun at home. Not only that, we’re including lots of ammo, a creatively-designed holster and a handy flashlight, too.”
For a chance at winning Brownells’ Glock 42 Personal Defense Package, enter now on the Brownells Facebook page or on the Brownells Contest Page. The giveaway is set to end at 11:59 p.m. on October 27. The winner will be announced on October 29.
For more information about the Glock 42 Personal Defense Package, and the full range of products currently offered by Brownells, please visit http://www.brownells.com
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