Winchester For Waterfowl (For Less Right Now)

Even the ducks are endorsing Winchester’s shotshell rebate.

by posted on October 27, 2020
Box Of Blind Side Grabbing Ammo

Duck and goose season couldn’t come fast enough, but it’s finally here. Hunters all over the country are anxious to pull on their boots and grab their shotguns instead of “doom scrolling” the news sites. Waterfowl don't carry COVID-19, but the good news doesn't stop there if you're an avid wingshooter.

This year Winchester is supporting waterfowl hunters and conservation with a significant rebate on their most popular waterfowl hunting shells. From now until the end of the year, get $100 back on Blind Side ammo, $50 back on Drylok shells and $40 back on Xpert shotgun shells.

Ducks Unlimited, a non-profit dedicated to conserving wetlands and waterfowl habitats trusts Winchester as their official ammunition. Winchester supports Ducks Unlimited and keeping the wetlands wild, so when you purchase Winchester shotshells, you’re supporting the ducks too!

Visit Ducks.org and GunOwnersCare.org to learn more about waterfowl conservation. To get your rebate, visit Winchester.com or ask your local Winchester provider. Happy hunting!

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