Featured Deals of the Week – 3/13/20


    As I sit here in my apartment, surrounded by toilet paper, ramen, and enough alcohol to kill a lesser man, I reflect on what’s truly important in life. Getting a really good deal on something you absolutely don’t need and honestly shouldn’t be buying. Open up your wallets boys and girls, it’s deals time.

    Hawaiian 30-round AR Pmag – $21

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    What the deal is:

    Okay, so no this isn’t a super tactical best bang for your buck absolutely nothing but the essentials deal. But we’re gun people. If all we bought was the super tactical best bang for your buck weapons we’d all own Glock 19s and AR-15s and nothing else. Boring. Spice it up a little with one of these Hawaiian pattern PMAGs, and be the belle of the firing line.

    Why it’s a good deal:

    My Southern Tactical has just moved to a new office space, so they’re having a big old sale. These magazines usually run $28. Alternatively, you can design your own for $35, get a no step on snek for $21 or any of their other custom designs for the same price.

    CMMG 22LR AR Conversion Kit w/ 3x 10-rd mags – $156.54

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    What the deal is:

    Am I biased because I live in a ban state and can only have 10-round post-ban magazines? Yes. Do I still think this is a good deal? Also yes. Look, 5.56 is expensive(ish). Not like, 50BMG expensive, but it adds up fast when you start counting in the thousands. So why not a nice 22LR conversion kit to let you practice plinking without 5.56 prices?

    Why it’s a good deal:

    Generally, these run around $180-200. So for just $156.54, you’re getting a damn good price. I guess if you live in a “free state” where you can have things like standard capacity magazines, you can buy the kit that comes with three 25-round magazines for the same price.

    FN America FNS-9 Compact Law Enforcement – $399.99

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    What the deal is:

    It is the age of the compact handgun folks, it really is. What with the SIG P365, the Glock 43X and 48, the Springfield Hellcat, there have never been more offerings for compact conceal-carry handguns. The FNS-9C is one of FN America’s offerings for the market. It’s a DAO 9mm 12+1 striker-fired handgun. With FN handguns most people already either love them or hate them, so whichever you are, do what feels right.

    Why it’s a good deal:

    For this handgun, $400 is a below-average price. It’s not a screaming hot deal, but most places have these for over $400, usually hovering around $450-500. Is it a buy-it-now price? No. But if you’ve been thinking about one, this is a reasonable price to consider buying at.

    Ruger 10/22 2-magazines, cleaning kit, target – $24.99

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    What the deal is:

    It’s… actually a lot of stuff. You get two 25-round 10/22 magazines, a self-healing rimfire spinning target, and a cleaning kit for your rifle. The magazines are decent quality and made of clear plastic, I know how you guys love being able to see the ammo in a magazine. The cleaning kit has everything you could need, rod, brush, mop, patches, cleaner, and gun oil. Last but not least, the target is good for hundreds of rounds.

    Why it’s a good deal:

    Honestly, just for the pair of magazines, it’s a reasonable price. Champion 10/22 magazines go for around $13 a pop, so theoretically two of them would already cost you more than you’re paying for this whole kit. Not bad huh?

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    Benjamin is a recent graduate living in Virginia with a master’s degree in Criminology. He was introduced to firearms at summer camp when he was thirteen. Ever since his first shot with a .22LR bolt-action he has been in love with shooting sports. He is a moderator on the TFB Discord, which can be found at https://discord.gg/bcVD9zw, and can occasionally be found on twitter @BFriedmanUSA.