Glock Demo Day at Silver Eagle Group

Written by SEG Admin on July 10, 2014

July 10, 2014

Ashburn, VA – Silver Eagle Group, Northern Virginia’s premier firearms retailer, will host a special Glock Demo Day on July 19, 2014 at their Ashburn facility. Anyone interested in Glock firearms can register for this special event and demo shoot the Glock pistol line up. Registration is currently available for one-hour slots starting at 10am; the last session starts at 2pm.

A Glock representative will give an overview of the pistols and answer any questions. All participants will then try out the weapons on the range for a personal hands-on demo – most of the Glock pistol line will be available to try.

“Whether this is your first Glock purchase or you’re a current owner thinking about your next purchase, this is a perfect opportunity to test a few out and save,” said SEG Vice-President Steve Marquez. Silver Eagle Group will take $15 off a Glock purchase on July 19, a special offer only for Glock Demo participants.

Glock is the leading global manufacturer of pistols, with a reputation for precise engineering and a commitment to perfection. Their pistols meet the demanding requirements of military and law enforcement agencies around the world, yet also appeal to a wide range of civilian enthusiasts.

Registration for Glock Demo day is online at Spaces are limited to nine participants per one-hour time slot. All participants must be age 18 or older with valid government-issued ID – shooters under the age of 21 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. The $20.00 entry fee includes five rounds each on up to three different calibers of Glock demo pistols; additional rounds for use during the demo can be purchased in groups of five. Silver Eagle Group will provide targets for the demo shoot.

Contact Silver Eagle Group today by speaking with Desiree Reese at (703)723-5173 or email [email protected] if you have any questions.

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