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FN America Now Offering LE Discounts And Rewards

FN America has announced their new FNH USA Individual Officer Purchase (IOP) and Law Enforcement Instructor Rewards programs.

Individual Officer Purchase

Through IOP, qualifying individuals will be able to purchase FNH USA products through authorized FNH USA IOP dealers at a discount. The following individuals qualify for IOP:

  • All sworn local, county and state law enforcement officers
  • All federal law enforcement officers (i.e., officers with U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Federal Air Marshal Service, the Drug Enforcement Administration, etc.)
  • All corrections officers, including parole and probation officers
  • All retired federal, state, county and local law enforcement officers with “retired” credentials
  • Employees of state licensed security companies
  • State/city-licensed security officers
  • Active duty military personnel, all branches
  • Reserve duty military personnel, all branches
  • Honorably retired military veterans with “retired” military I.D.
  • All Transportation Security Administration employees
  • Licensed paramedics and emergency medical technicians
  • Firefighters, including volunteer firefighters, with appropriate I.D.
  • Federal flight deck officers
  • Court judges
  • District attorneys and deputy district attorneys
  • www.fnhusa.com/r/promotions/iopinfo

    Law Enforcement Instructor Rewards

    Through the Law Enforcement Instructor Rewards program, any Law Enforcement instructors certified through the NRA’s Law Enforcement division, National Tactical Officers Association, or the International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors qualify for special rewards.

    For the first reward on offer, qualified individuals who purchase an FNS-9 or -40 from an authorized FNH USA Individual Officer program dealer will receive a Safariland Model 6378 ALS Paddle Holster. This reward is available through May 31st, 2015.

    www.fnhusa.com/r/promotions/lerewards

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    19 Responses to “FN America Now Offering LE Discounts And Rewards”

    1. Jeff S says:

      Has anyone tried contacting FN about a price list? I emailed them (from a .gov address) last week after seeing this story on another site. I never heard anything back.

    2. CV76 says:

      TSA gate checkers…on par with military and law enforcement. Right.

    3. Tim says:

      I have a feeling this will probably open a can of worms and I want to say this in the nicest way without starting anything but I don’t see anything on that list that says disabled vet. I suffered back injury while oversea and on active duty I tried for a year to get it better only to be discharged under a medical discharge (Honorable) I am not considered retired only a medical.

      • Destro says:

        what does that have to do with the program?

      • That’s because it is a LE discount list… like the title says. I’m sure if you give Sig a call they’ll address your concerns to the best of their ability.

        • Mike D says:

          You’ve said Sig twice now in an article referring to FNH. Are you subliminally telling people to buy from Sig or just thinking one brand name and typing another?

        • Tim says:

          •Active duty Military Personal, all branches
          •Reserve duty Military Personal , all branches
          • Firefighters, including Volunteer firefighters with appropriate ID

          Like I said a can of worms…So if title says LE what does any of these have to do with The title LE or the program (nothing) I could be active duty combat engineer that has nothing to do with LE and get the discount. In fact I could be in the Army Reserves as a cook that has nothing to do with LE and get discount

          So a bit confused by your thought process

    4. getbackjoejoe says:

      Just let me know when I can find a FN dealer thanks not a thousand miles away

    5. Matt K. says:

      Is FN panicking because a contract wasn’t fully exercised?

      Sure seems like they suddenly have a surplus…

    6. JG says:

      So…if I were former SGT Dakota Myers, Medal of Honor Recipient, who got out after his enlistment were complete, I would not qualify for this program. But if I hung around on active duty for 20 years and draw a check for life, I’m good to go? I think businesses ought to rethink their programs and how they alienate the veteran community. Some companies get it; others don’t.

      • Riceball says:

        I agree, I feel that there’s a bit too much emphasis on retired military. While I appreciate that someone made a career out of the military and honorably retired but to me it doesn’t mean much in terms of programs like this and CA’s permit program. I fail to see how a 1 term combat vet is somehow less worthy than a retired .mil with no deployments or even a combat related MOS. Programs like this and CA’s permit requirement should be open to all honorably discharged vets, retired or not, if you served and weren’t kicked out then you qualify for the discount or exemptions.

    7. Todd says:

      Give FN a call and voice your complaint or ask for clarification.

    8. Bill says:

      These programs are by no means new, it’s just that recently they’ve added flight deck officers, hosehumpers, judges, and next week it will probably be Shriners in clown cars for their work with disabled kids.

      Being a moron, I tend to buy retail instead of jumping through all the hoops, but if they’ll sell me the one remaining HS2000 for $19.99 I’ll take it.