Deal Alert: Primary Arms Texas Independence Day Sale
Kevin Felts 03.02.17
March 2 is when the Texas Declaration of Independence was signed in 1836. Just as the rest of nation celebrates July 4th, Texas celebrates March 2. Primary Arms, based out of Pearland, Texas, is celebrating with a Texas Independence Day Sale.
On a personal note, I have dealt with Primary Arms on several occasions. Their shipping has always been fast, and customer support has answered all of my questions in a timely manner.
My AR-15 has a Primary Arms MD-06L red dot optic, which is no longer manufactured. When I contacted Primary Arms about buying another one, they explained that it was no longer made and suggested another model. From my personal experiences, Primary Arms is a pleasure to deal with.
Now for a short list of the sales:
Regular price: $249.95, sale price: $199.99 – Nikon P-308 4-12x40mm Riflescope – BDC 800 Reticle. This optic is specifically designed for the 308 Winchester. This optic is backed by “Nikon’s No-Fault Repair/Replacement Policy for Binoculars, Riflescopes, and Fieldscopes”
Regular price: $158.45, sale price: $99.99 – Bushnell TRS-25 HiRise 3 MOA Red Dot w/ Riser.
Regular price: $59.99, sale price: $47.99 – Primary Arms Compact Weapon Light (700 Lumens) GENII. Operates on 2X Cr123A 3V batteries and has a rating of 700 lumens for 1.17 Hours.
Regular price: $89.99, sale price: $71.99 – Primary Arms Ultimate Weapon Light Gen III. Operates on 3X Cr123A 3V batteries and has a rating of 750 Lumens.
Regular price: $12.99, sale price: $10.99 – MagTech 9mm 124 Gr. FMJ – Box of 50.
From my experience and from reading what others have posted about Primary Arms, their branded products are made to the highest quality standards. If you are worried about buying a Primary Arms flashlight or optic, there is nothing to worry about. That is my personal opinion; your mileage may vary.
Prices, details, and availability subject to change without notice.