Get $25 Back!

PLEASE NOTE — This rebate may be used in conjunction with other promotions.

Ask your Winchester Repeating Arms Dealer for more information. Valid for the consumer purchase of new eligible firearms purchased between February 1 and May 31, 2018. Redeem online at  Offer available in the U.S. and Canada only.

This offer may be used in conjunction with other offers to effectively double your potential rebate.

If you have questions about any Winchester Repeating Arms promotions or rebates, please visit the Winchester website. Full terms and conditions are available online. 



Firearm purchase must be made at retail between FEBRUARY 1 AND MARCH 31, 2018.

If you have questions about any Winchester Repeating Arms promotions or rebates, visit the Winchester website. Full terms and conditions are posted online.

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Earn up to $100 when you purchase Winchester Blind Side Waterfowl Ammunition. For a limited time, earn up to $00 when you purchase qualifying Winchester Ammunition. Rebate offered in the form of a check. $50 minimum rebate and $100 maximum rebate per household. Offer is valid on qualifying purchases made before December 31st, 2016. Offer expires and all requests must be received by January 15, 2017. Allow 6-8 weeks for delivery.



To be eligible for the hot summer savings rebate, purchases must be made at H&H Shooting Sports between June 6, 2016 and June 30, 2016. Ask your H&H salesman about Winchester Repeating Arms for more details. Download the rebate form at Offer valid in The U.S. and Canada only. Visit for full rebate program details and online rebate forms. This is a limited time offer so don’t delay, Get your new Winchester firearm today.

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Now is the perfect time to add the Winchester you’ve always dreamed about to your gun collection and save 15% in the process.

Get a 15% Rebate when you purchase any NEW Winchester Firearm at H&H Shooting Sports. Only May 20th to May 30th 2016.

Winchester Repeating Arms was founded on May 22, 1866. To help mark 150 years as an American Legend, when you purchase any new Winchester rifle or shotgun from H&H Shooting Sports between May 20th and May 30th, you will qualify for a 15% rebate from the purchase price.  

Learn More about it on the official Winchester rebate page. CLICK HERE


Since Winchester last introduced a new bolt-action rifle design a half-century ago huge advances have been made in metallurgy, materials and manufacturing processes. At Winchester Repeating Arms our engineers were tasked to design a rifle that capitalized on these cutting-edge technologies and create a high performance bolt action that was tough, reliable and accurate. The result is the innovative all new XPR™ bolt-action rifle that is ready to meet the performance expectations of today’s demanding hunters.

The new XPR™ will feature the Winchester M.O.A. Trigger System that is adjustable and is set at the factory at a crisp 3 ½ pounds with no perceptible overtravel. The trigger housing and all internal components in the XPR rifle’s M.O.A. trigger are constructed of polished and hardened carbon steel, with a blued finish for added durability and corrosion resistance.

The XPR™ receiver is constructed from chromoly steel barstock that is precision machined and through-hardened during heat-treating to create a strong, stiff and solid receiver capable of delivering pinpoint accuracy. The ejection port is generously sized for more reliable ejection and easier access when loading single cartridges by hand.The robust XPR™ bolt has a short 60-degree lift for improved scope clearance when cycling. The full-diameter bolt body creates a more rigid component and is coated with Nickel Teflon® for smoother operation and added corrosion resistance.

The chromoly steel barrel on the new XPR is precisely button-rifled to create outstanding accuracy and is free-floating to eliminate any accuracy pressure points. The barrel has a recessed target crown that protects the muzzle rifling from wear and impact damage to help maintain greater accuracy.

The Advanced Polymer Stock on the new XPR™ bolt action rifle features textured panels to help improve wet weather grip and flattened fore-end profile that improves stability from sandbags or a benchrest. A steel recoil lug is inletted into the stock to prevent the receiver from twisting under recoil form more reliable and predictable long-range accuracy. An Inflex Technology recoil pad directs energy down and away from your cheek to reduce felt recoil.

Other features found on the new XPR™ bolt action rifle from Winchester Repeating Arms include a two-position thumb safety and cocking indicator, bolt unlock button that allows the chamber to be unloaded with the thumb safety in the on-safe position and a detachable box magazine in a single stack design constructed from a rugged polymer for greater reliability.

The new XPR™ bolt action rifle will be offered in 270 Win and 30-06 calibers with 24″ barrel length and in 300 Win Mag and 338 Win Mag with 26″ barrel length. Metal surfaces are matte blued to minimize glare with black polymer stock. Weight is 7 -7 ¼ lbs. New XPR™ bolt action rifle Suggested Retail, $549.99.




Wreak Holiday Havoc on sales tax this Christmas. Save up to 8% when you purchase any new Winchester Firearm, Browning Firearm, or Browning Pro Steel Safe from H&H Shooting Sports this December. Nothing captures the spirit of the holidays like wreaking havoc on the tax man.

When you buy any new Winchester Firearm, Browning Firearm or Browning ProSteel Safe from H&H Shooting Sports you will qualify to receive a rebate of up to 8% of the purchase price to cover the state sales tax until Dec 31, 2014.

Visit H&H Shooting Sports, just off of I-40 & Meridian in Oklahoma City for more information on how to wreak some serious Holiday Havoc on the tax man.

Winchester® Ammunition has once again received a Best of the Best Award from Field & Stream. Long Beard™ XR™, the revolutionary and most innovative lead turkey load in Winchester’s history, was chosen as one of the 2014 recipients in this elite group of winners.

“Receiving this prestigious award from Field & Stream multiple times is a true honor,” said Brett Flaugher, vice president of marketing, sales and strategy for Winchester Ammunition. “We strive for innovation and are dedicated to develop products year after year that our customers will feel confident using when they are in the field or on the range.”

Featuring new-to-the-world Shot-Lok™ Technology, Long Beard XR offers the tightest patterns and longest shot capability of any lead turkey load in history-with twice the pellets in a 10″ circle out to 60 yards compared to traditional lead loads. Long Beard XR has the knockdown power of popular heavier-than-lead loads at a fraction of the cost, meaning it’s a turkey-slamming game changer for hunters looking to push the limits.

“Our staff spent the better part of the past year finding and testing the gear that will make readers’ time in the woods more productive and more fun,” says Slaton White, Deputy Editor of Field & Stream. “The winning products not only withstood our tough testing, but they stood head and shoulders above the rest displaying absolute excellence in their field. The Best of the Best is the highest honorField & Steam bestows on gear and the winning products are the best of the year; worth your time, worth your money.”

About Best of The Best
Each year the editors at Field & Stream review new products and innovations and choose the top performing items for inclusion in the annual Best of The Best round-up. Products are shot, bent, driven, dropped, and generally abused. Anything that falters is immediately eliminated. Beyond surviving the torture tests, winning products are ultimately selected based on significance of the innovation, the quality of the design, and the value they bring to outdoorsmen. Selection criteria varies, depending upon the category, but all of the winning products share one characteristic: excellence in their field.

About Winchester Ammunition
Winchester The American Legend™, is a global leader in sporting, law enforcement, military and personal defense ammunition production. Winchester continues to raise the bar with new products like Long Beard™ XR™ and W Train & Defend™ personal defense ammunition. Visit or connect on Facebook at

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It took just six days for Double Trap to re-enter the headlines for the USA Shooting Team. Happening with great regularity to start 2014, today it was Ian Rupert making noise with a medal his own. Participating in the inaugural International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) Junior Cup in Suhl, Germany, Rupert took home the gold medal after qualifying in the No. 1 position.

Rupert began the day shooting a qualifying score of 138 to advance to the semifinals with five other competitors. His semifinals score of 28 would force him into a shoot-off with Russia’s Viacheslav Yukhimenko, who he eventually defeat to face another Russian foe in Kirill Fokeev. Rupert score an impressive 29 in that gold-medal to defeat Fokeev by two targets.

Rupert (Muncy, Pa.) also joined his junior teammates of Dale Royer (Jackson, Mont.) and Christian Wilkoski (Centerburg, Ohio) to earn the team silver medal behind Italy while Russia finished third. Royer was on the verge of earning his first international final but was defeated in a shoot-off against the two Russian competitors Rupert faced. He scored a 136 to finish seventh overall. Wilkoski shot a 132 in qualifying to finish ninth.

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When the world’s elite Double Trap competitors like Glenn Eller, Josh Richmond, Jeff Holguin and Derek Haldeman reside in the very country you compete in, making a name for yourself is an uphill climb. Richmond has secured back-to-back World Cup silver medals to begin his season while Holguin earned the victory at World Cup Tucson in April.

However, an international medal in the ISSF Acapulco (Mexico) World Cup and a gold medal at the ISSF World Championships as a junior competitor and now a win in Suhl, have etched out Rupert’s place among this nation’s double trap contenders.

Rupert’s medals just add to the legacy that is building with every medal among the U.S. Men’s Double Trap team. In 31 events since 2008 including Olympic Games, World Championships, World Cup Finals and World Cups, an American has finished lower than sixth only six times. In the eight events since the disappointment in London where no American finished in the top-eight, only once [World Cup Cyprus] has an American finished lower than fifth. In that stretch, the U.S. team has earned six medals. Since 2008, the U.S. Men’s Double Trap Team has won 19 medals in 31 events.

Twenty-five U.S. athletes are in Suhl competing in the first-ever Junior Cup. Rifle and pistol events get underway Thursday with Men’s Prone and Women’s Three-Position Rifle along with Men’s and Women’s Air Pistol.

Heading to the firing line in those events for the USA Shooting Team will be Tim Sherry (Highlands Ranch, Colo.), Elizabeth Gratz (Sigel, Ill.), Elizabeth Marsh (Searcy, Ark.), Minden Miles (Weatherford, Texas) and Lauren Phillips (Seabeck, Wash.) in Rifle with Brian Kim (Los Angeles, Calif.), Alex Chichkov (Temple Terrace, Fla.), Lydia Paterson (Kansas City, Kan.), Darian Shenk (Annville, Pa.), and Irina Andrianova (Shaumburg, Ill.) set for Pistol events. Shotgun takes one day off before trap and skeet get going on Thursday followed by a women’s final on Friday and men’s final on Saturday for both events.

Winchester Ammunition is a Proud Sponsor of the USA Shooting Shotgun Team: Winchester® Ammunition has been the exclusive ammunition sponsor and supplier of the USA Shooting Shotgun Team since 1999. Members of the past two shotgun teams brought home a combined six medals from London and Beijing using Winchester AA International Target loads. Winchester is an industry leader in advancing and supporting conservation, hunter education and our country’s proud shooting sports heritage. For more information about Winchester and its complete line of products, visit

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Winchester is announcing a recall of two lots of M-22 .22 Long Rifle ammunition. If you have any M-22 on hand please check it now to see if it’s affected by this recall.

The lot numbers are GD42L and GD52L and the symbol number is S22LRT. This is a serious warning as some of the cartridges may be double-charged, which can lead to catastrophic failures and possible harm to the shooter.

Winchester is not mincing words with their safety warning when they say, “Ammunition with double powder charges may subject the shooter or bystanders to a risk of serious personal injury and/or death, or cause firearm damage, rendering the firearm inoperable.”


All the details of the safety recall can be found on the Winchester website.

To find out if your ammo is affected by the recall check the lot number on the box. The number is imprinted — stamped without ink — on the top left tab of the cardboard box on all boxes of 500 rounds. The 1,000-round carton isn’t stamped, the two 500-count boxes inside are instead.

If you’re not sure your ammo is affected by the recall call Winchester’s toll-free number, 866-423-5224 or contact their customer service department online and they will walk you through the recall process.

If your ammo is affected by the recall they will send a UPS truck to your location to pick up the ammo at no cost.

Even if this is the first box of .22 you’ve seen since last year it’s important to check. Double-charged ammo is very dangerous and should not be used under any circumstances.

Winchester’s M-22 ammunition is a relatively new product, introduced in 2011, specifically for the tactical plinker. The copper-washed round point bullet is loaded to high velocities for use with ARs and other tactical rifles chambered for .22 Long Rifle.

It’s designed to be clean-burning and reliable, although clearly nobody’s perfect.

Before you go for your next mag dump make sure your ammo is safe to use.