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Make sure your customers feel special. Delight them with an engaging email newsletter designed and custom-built for your firearms business. We manage everything for you, including the content.

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Email Newsletters for Firearms Business



It's run itself. You can set it and forget it.

Your email newsletter includes articles and engaging content selected for your firearms business.
We prepare your firearms business newsletter and send it for you starting at only $39.00/month.
Includes a top-page message plus two custom ads from you to promote your firearms business.
Your firearms business email newsletter includes automated posts to your business Facebook page.
Your firearms business email list is protected, secure, backed up, never shared, and never sold.
Everything is managed week to week so you can focus your time growing your firearms business.

Firearms Business Email Newsletter



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Greetings,

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Edward Quinn
Bullets and More
1258 Cityview Drive
Chester, PA 19013
Firearms Bulletin
Articles, tips and ideas focused on firearms and firearm safety.
Jun 16, 2021
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When You’re Pulled Over While Carrying A Firearm
The traffic stop while carrying concealed is a topic that we’ve covered extensively in the past, and it still brings questions from people who are new to concealed carry. There is a nervousness that sometimes comes along …
Concealed Nation
How to Choose a Home-Defense Shotgun
Shotguns are immensely popular for home defense, and for good reason. It’s not that rifles and handguns won’t work well for home defense …
NRA Family
Peace is self defense
Gun safety saves lives
How to make Sure a Pistol ‘Fits’ You
When a novice asks for advice on purchasing a first handgun, a popular suggestion is to try various handguns and find one that "feels" …
American Hand Gunner
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Gun Sales Decrease, Ammunition Reappearing In Stores
Firearm sales in May, at least those reflected in the number of FBI NICS checks performed for a transfer, came in at roughly 1.4 million …
American Rifleman
The Basics Of Selecting A Gun Light
Quick fact: assailants prefer the shadows. Yes, quite the breaking news, but something to keep well in mind when preparing to defend …
Gun Digest
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What Will Happen To Your Guns When You Die?
It is never easy to confront one's own mortality, but Second Amendment supporters – including loyal Ammoland readers – have a big reason …
Ammoland Shooting Sports News
9 Common Questions New Shooters Ask
New shooters ask a lot of questions. Moderately experienced shooters, too often, supposedly know all about guns and if they don't …
Shooting Illustrated
Cartoon
"I was always a big picture kind of guy. Too busy for the small details. I think that's why I forgot to keep breathing."
Copyright © Randy Glasbergen
What Year Was It?
First Roller Coaster in America Opens
What Year
The first roller coaster in America opens at Coney Island, in Brooklyn, New York. It traveled approximately six miles per hour and cost a nickel to ride.
The day was Jun 16. What year was it?
Quote of the Week
"Firearms are second only to the Constitution in importance; they are the peoples' liberty's teeth."
Author Unknown
Trivia
What company sold windmills and gave a complementary BB guns with every purchase, but the BB guns became so popular that they stopped selling windmills and started selling just BB guns?
See the answer below.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Newsletter Name
An engaging and memorable newsletter name, using a font to match your brand, will keep you top of mind with your readers. You can use "Firearms Bulletin" for you newsletter name, or any name you wish. Click the color boxes to see font options.

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Why Does Email Marketing Work?

Week after week, your firearms business newsletter will consistently reinforce your brand message.
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By sharing information, your clients view you and your staff as advisers or mentors.
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