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Daniel Defense and National Firearm Finance – Offering Financing for LE Officers

This is pretty good news for LEO trying to get a rifle on a limited income. Daniel Defense is working with National Firearm Finance to offer financing for rifle purchase.

National Firearm Finance is dedicated to providing manufacturer direct prices and low-cost consumer loan financing to US Law Enforcement Officers including local, municipal, county, state and federal law enforcement officers for the purchase of firearms, firearm accessories and law enforcement specialty products.

Jay Duncan, Vice President, Sales and Marketing for Daniel Defense said, “Daniel Defense has been working diligently to find a qualified lending partner to offer their consumer lending services to LE agents, allowing them to purchase our LE packages under fair and reasonable lending terms. We have found that partner in National Firearms Finance and we are excited to launch the program.”

Dean Waters, Founder, National Firearms Finance said, “Our mission at National Firearm Finance is to be the preferred firearm financing source to Law Enforcement Officers. We aim to be the best at what we do and likewise, we want to partner with the best firearms manufacturers. We are extremely excited to announce our partnership with Daniel Defense in offering low cost financing for the purchase of select Daniel Defense Law Enforcement Rifles.”

While the terms and the conditions of the loan are based on the LE agent’s credit history, rates are as low as 6.78%. Learn more at their website.

The Daniel Defense LE packages offered under this financing plan are the Special Services Package, Lightweight Package and the Patrol Rifle Package. All the packages come equipped with an Aimpoint PRO, Blue Force Gear VCAS Sling, and 3 Magpul PMAGs.

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One Response to “Daniel Defense and National Firearm Finance – Offering Financing for LE Officers”

  1. Zues says:

    If you can’t afford $1400. Not a good idea to put $1400 on installments. Save up your money. Pay 1400$; not 1800$ over 2 years. JMO and the advice I would give to my son. These loans are designed for kids. If you’re 30 years old and your credit is good enough to get such a small loan then you don’t need a small loan.