Big Horn Armory (BHA) Honors America’s Armed Forces with Military Discount

Big Horn Armory 10% Military Discount

Cody, Wyo. ( – Big Horn Armory (BHA), makers of big-bore firearms, offers a special discount just for past and present members of America’s military branches. In honor of Armed Forces Day and Memorial Day, BHA would like to remind its customers of its 10 percent discount on all orders made through the BHA website to active duty and veteran members of America’s armed forces. Simply provide proof of service with a valid Military ID or DD-214 to receive the discount.

“It takes a dedicated and patriotic person to become a member of our armed forces and these heroes often are not celebrated enough. We wanted to recognize their contributions and their sacrifices for the greater good of our nation by providing a special discount offer just for them. It’s our simple way of saying thank you for all you do to protect and serve our nation. It does not go unnoticed by us,” commented Greg Buchel, president of BHA.

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Big Horn Armory Model 89 Lever-Action rifle

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Big Horn Armory was founded in 2008 with the expressed intention of designing a Browning-type lever-action gun chambered in 500 Smith & Wesson Magnum. The Big Horn Armory Model 89, made in America, closely follows the work of John Browning with refinements courtesy of modern metallurgy and machining capabilities. The first rifles began shipping in September of 2012 and since then, BHA has added to their big bore lineup with a Model 90 Carbine in 460 S&W, the Model 90A in 454 Casull, the Model 90B in .45 Colt, the Model 89A in 500 Linebaugh and the Model 89B in .475 Linebaugh. In 2017, Big Horn Armory took a departure from its lever-action series and developed the AR500 Auto Max, the most powerful short-range, semi-auto based on an AR .308 platform.

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I strongly agree with JDC comment on sending sensitive documents across the internet, and on having them on file with a retailer (which despite their claims that they have the tightest security in the world, until they are hacked, and upgrade it,) or anybody else. When a site requests this kind of information I simply delete it. No discount or free stuff is worth the risk that my identity might be stolen or compromised. My wife typically gets about 50 junk emails per day because she simply does not believe me when I tell her not to give out her… Read more »


I wish these guys would use one of the various services out there that verify present or past service. If they require you to send something in, two items spring to mind: First, with certain exceptions like to obtain healthcare, it is illegal to photocopy an Armed Forces ID. Second, your DD-214 contains your SSN and other items that an identity thief would love to have.