Walther Arms is kicking off summer with the Shoot Safe and Look Good Promotion, an opportunity for enthusiasts to shoot safely and look good doing it. Beginning June 30, 2023, and running through July 31, any law-abiding consumer who purchases a new Walther rimfire handgun will receive a free pair of ANSI-rated Leupold Payload performance eyewear. MSRP for the eye protection is $189.99.
“This is an incredible value add to any consumer who purchases a Walther rimfire handgun,” said Rob McCanna, CEO of Walther Arms. “By providing the consumer with a free pair of ANSI-rated eye protection, we maintain our priority of promoting firearm safety.”
Leupold’s Payload line was designed for anglers and outdoorsmen who live life outside. Featuring lens ventilation and infused polarization, Payloads maintain a clear image while eliminating glare. Combined with ANSI-certified frames and ballistic-rated, shatterproof lenses, they provide unmatched protection and clarity that every outdoor athlete demands. ANSI Z87+ is a ballistic rating that meets or exceeds ANSI high-velocity impact standards for eye protection using prescription lenses.
Walther .22 Rimfire models features in the Shoot Safe and Look Good promotion include the P22, PPK/S .22 LR, PPQ .22LR and WMP. The Colt 1911 .22 series and Hammerli Tac series are not included.
To take advantage of this special deal new owners must submit a valid receipt showing their purchase of a new, qualifying Walther .22 rimfire model within the giveaway dates/time frame. A picture of the label on the box showing the serial number must also be submitted on or before Aug. 31, 2023. Performance eyewear redemption will take two to five weeks for processing and handling.
Only one redemption per serial number is allowed. Multiple redemptions are allowed to consumers who purchase multiple pistols. Dealers are also encouraged to submit a redemption for their customer if assistance is needed. Purchasers must be over the age of 18 to participate and adhere to all state, local and federal regulations.
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