Thursday, November 5, 2015

An Extremely Generous Offer

     I’ve just received the following email from Brandon Black of AmmunitionToGo.Com:

     I'm reaching out because I thought you'd appreciate a new initiative we just launched that will put 100,000 rounds of 9mm ammo into the hands of new shooters for free. We're calling it "Ammo Ambassadors" and any shooter who takes a newbie to the range will get the free ammo.

     We want to make it as easy as possible for people already familiar with shooting and guns to bring somebody who has never shot before to the range and safely teach them about firearms. With an election just around the corner, the more people we can inspire to get familiar with what gun owners actually do with their firearms, the better - especially in this political environment.

     Here's how it'll work:

  • Find a new shooter who hasn't been to the range and experienced the joy of shooting before.
  • Download a target off our site and take them to the range.
  • Snap a photo of the new shooter with their target and upload it to our site.
  • You'll get a coupon code that's good for two boxes of free 9mm ammo from Magtech - along with free shipping.

     We have 100,000 rounds of Magtech 9mm ready to ship right now. We're hoping to find 1,000 Ammo Ambassadors to take 1,000 new shooters out to the range in the next few weeks.

     The details and the target are available here:

     If you think it's worthy, we'd love for you to take advantage of the program or share it with your readers if you think they'd be interested. If you like, I'd even be willing to send you a few coupon codes to share with your readers however you see fit. In either case, thank you for taking the time to consider it.

     If you’re a shooting enthusiast with uninitiated friends or neighbors who might be interested in joining you in the enjoyment of the sport, give Brandon’s offer a look! I can think of nothing more likely to spike the gun controllers’ wheels permanently than to introduce millions more Americans to the fun of target shooting and the sense of independence and capability that comes with learning to handle a firearm.

     Hell, I wish I could make use of it, but...New York, you know.

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