BLACK FRIDAY: Top 5 Guns Black Friday Deal

    I have spent hours looking for the best gun bargains this Black Friday. Keep an eye out for my upcoming accessory/ammo Cyber Monday post.

    1. Witt Machine & Tool Integrally Suppressed AR-15 Upper in .223/5.56 Caliber – $1,049 ($500 Off)

    Use the code BFSALE on checkout to get 30% off any order at Witt Machine & Tool. I personally can recommend this company, which produces some of the most innovate suppressed uppers on the market. 

    2. S&W Bodyguard 2.75″ .380 – $184 ($150 + $15 Off)

    At Under $200 this pistol one of the post popular .380 ACP sub-compacts pistols is hard to pass up. Requires mail-in- rebate and use of discount code MED gives free shipping and an extra $15 off.

    3. Remington V3 Field Sport 12 Gauge Shotgun 28″ – $349.90 ($100 + $49.90 Off)


    This is the deal I am most tempted by. My trusty Remington 1187 is getting old, and not nearly as soft shooting as modern 21st century autoloaders such as the Remington V3. Use the mail-in rebate combined with the discount code NAA for 10% off and free shipping.

    4. Aero Precision AR-15 M4E1 Custom Finish Receiver Sets – $359 ($100 + $39.90 Off)

    • Assembled upper receiver includes forward assist, dust cover and barrel nut
    • Forged from 7075 T6 aluminum lower receiver
    • Billet trigger
    • 12″ or 15″ one piece, free float, M-LOK handguard
    • Continuous top Picatinny rail mounts flush with upper receiver

    5. Brownells AR-15 80% Lower Receiver – $34.99 ($25 Off + Free Shipping)


    At this price you would be crazy not to buy one or two as a rainy day project, or insurance against those who would ban them from being sold. Use discount code MEC for free shipping.


    BONUS: Nordic C1750 Treadmill $1,479 ($320 Off)Laser Trainer

    WTF? No I am not insane. Many shooting sports burn a lot of powder, but few calories. Burn off all that Turkey with a flash treadmill and buy a LaserLyte Laser Target Trainer and practice your shooting-while-getting-fit from the comfort of your man cave.

    Steve Johnson

    I founded TFB in 2007 and over 10 years worked tirelessly, with the help of my team, to build it up into the largest gun blog online. I retired as Editor in Chief in 2017. During my decade at TFB I was fortunate to work with the most amazing talented writers and genuinely good people!