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    SIG rifles - buy one, GET ONE FREE!

    CDNN is running this sale until Monday 4/5 at noon. Just thought I'd share.
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    FREE SIG 522 22LR
    TACTICAL FOLDING STOCK RIFLE
    16.6" Barrel 1-25rd Hi-Cap Mag Only 6 lbs 4 oz
    Lightweight Polymer Forend Swiss Type Folding Stock
    Durable Metal Receiver Integrated Picatinny Rail
    WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY SIG 556 RIFLE!

    CDNN Sports, Inc.
    Gun and Mag Specials
    CALL 800-588-9500 TO ORDER TODAY!
    offers expire monday april 5th @ 12pm noon cst.

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    Why is Sig on these sales kicks lately?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mettle View Post
    Why is Sig on these sales kicks lately?
    They're trying to move dead inventory and gain market share, would be my guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shooter521 View Post
    They're trying to move dead inventory and gain market share, would be my guess.
    Do you think they are anticipating giving up market space to the ACR?

    I'm just chatting. I remember the $300 rebate that just expired, now we have this that seems like a BETTER rebate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mettle View Post
    now we have this that seems like a BETTER rebate!
    True, because you could turn around and sell that 522 for $400, easy.

    That said, this sale is an initiative on CDNN's part rather than Sig Sauer's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shooter521 View Post
    True, because you could turn around and sell that 522 for $400, easy.

    That said, this sale is an initiative on CDNN's part rather than Sig Sauer's.
    I'd love to have both, set up the exact same way!

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    With the price of Sigs lately they need this kind of incentive! I feel my bank account shrinking!

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    yep, whos actualy gonna pay full asking price for a sig 556? NO ONE eccept someone with more money than they have brains. Sig knows that so like above post said, they are trying to move dead stock, and they are still making a profit off you. they are smart, they made you now do the leg work for them, you will be selling their "free" rifle to try and get your money back.
    if they were smart thed just lower the price of the 556 to under $1k. i got mine off gun broker from a dealer in wisconsin shipped to my dealer and in my hands for a total of $1075, after the rebate i sent off for. better than most people paid, but still not a great price for the gun. if they wanna sell it and make it apeal to larger percentage of the population they need to lower it to a $800 price tag somehow. Its a GREAT weapon system. I LOVE IT and highly recomend it, especialy for you nutz that never clean your guns.

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    Anyone have a link to the deal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sporter View Post
    Anyone have a link to the deal?
    The text in my OP was sent out via Email. You have to call to get the deal; it's not in their catalog or website.

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