THIS FIREARM IS ONLY ELIGIBLE FOR:
All sworn Law Enforcement Officers including State, County and City All Federal LE officers (FBI, US Marshal, DEA, etc.) All Retired LE officers with “retired” credentials, including Fed, State, Co and City, All corrections officers, including Parole and Probation officers State licensed security companies (Loomis Fargo RAM, Securitas, etc.) State licensed security officers, Active military personnel – all branches National guard personnel – all branches, Military reserve personnel – all branches, Legitimately retired military veterans, with “retired” military ID, Court Judges District Attorneys and Deputy District Attorneys EXCEPTION: HONORABLY DISCHARGED MILITARY ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR LE DISCOUNT
Post #1.I am an honorably discharged veteran and I was wondering if I qualify I've seen some places that state they do and some places do not state it I've tried contacting some..some say yes and some say no.
Just trying to get an official answer.
You're welcome, and the OP in the link I posted for you is a forum sponsor.
The link I posted for him was this one:Did not see him on Vendor Page
It's not a rebate. Each FNH Mil/LEO authorized dealer can purchase different FNH weapons (PS90, FNX-??, SCAR-1xs, etc.) at pre-discounted prices for resale to qualified military and LEOs.Now to really muddy up the water:
Is the LE/MIL Discount an FNH Discount or dealer discount? Three wee ago I purchased a P90 from the Army PX at about the same price as the gun shows except no tax. If the discount is from FNH is there a mechanism in place where we can ask for the discount?