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Coonan .357 Magnum Automatic Pistol Update
Just one week left to choose your own serial number!

Coonan .357 Magnum Automatic Pistol

Coonan .357 Magnum Automatic Pistol

Coonan Inc Firearms

Coonan Inc Firearms

Blaine, MN - -(AmmoLand.com)- Production continues to move forward on the Coonan, Inc. .357 Magnum Automatic Pistol.

There is just one week left to choose your own serial number from a list of the first 500 pistols we will manufacture. This offering expires at midnight on July 31st.

Just go to our website at www.coonaninc.com ; sign in or register and select “Pistols”. Once you enter the required information, you will have several minutes to select your serial number.

(DEALERS, call Coonan Inc. at 763-786-1720 for Dealer Pricing). No custom numbers; only the ones listed. You will also be able to use this code, 2010SUMMERBIGBANG, and for a limited time, receive 20% off on all apparel and accessories ordered with the pistol. We are on track to deliver pistols in 6 to 8 weeks from receiving your order and payment.

With classic 1911 styling, and stainless steel construction, this pistol will deliver the dependability you demand along with the awesome firepower of the .357 Magnum chambering. Each Coonan Classic .357 Magnum Automatic pistol ships with an embroidered custom case, a gun lock, one magazine and an instruction manual. Upgraded sight packages are available as well as additional magazines. Several grip styles are offered as accessories.

Make sure you have identified an FFL to have your pistol shipped to. We must receive your Dealers FFL before your firearm will ship.

About:
Coonan Inc. manufactures firearms by the legendary gun designer, Dan Coonan. Visit: www.coonaninc.com

  • One User comment to “Coonan .357 Magnum Automatic Pistol Update”

    1. William Snell on August 27, 2011 at 7:15 PM said:

      Dear Gentlemen; I orderdad one of your pistols by phone,was not required a down payment, and the firearm arrived right on time. Great job! I am only bothered by one thing. The strange definition or description of a warranty in the manual. I am not an attorney,but I recognize attorney language when I see it. Now I don’t expect problems with my pistol, but I do expect problems getting it repaired if there is a problem. You omitted a time limited on warranty claims. Plus, I don’t want to go through a lot of research to learn whether my state”s laws apply, or yours. It is just hinky looking business. I plan to keep a notorized copy of this note for future referennce. I am not unhappy with your company now, but my firearm is new. As I said, no one could have done better so far. Sincerely yours, William R. Snell

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