Primary Arms Government Agency Trade In Program
Forget the headaches—Primary Arms Government puts the power in your hands for a more convenient trade-in process. If your team has surplus or forfeited/seized equipment, and you need to expand your budget, Primary Arms Government is here to help.
At Primary Arms Government, we not only take in trades directly we also work with GTI through their Asset Trading Program. Doing so helps ensure you receive top dollar for your agency’s surplus, retired, and forfeited/seized assets. This also increases the quantity and types of trades we can make, enabling Law Enforcement agencies to expand their budgets and provide their officers with the latest technologies and duty gear to accomplish their mission.
The process is simple:
• Start by completing the form below, providing basic information on the items and quantities that your agency would like to trade.
• When describing your trade items, please include details like make, model, condition, and any accessories such as spare magazines or storage cases.
• Then, click “Submit Form”.
• As soon as we receive your Trade-In application, our team will begin appraising your items. We will contact you within two business days with any questions or an offer.
If you like the offer, you can claim the value as a store credit from Primary Arms Government. We’ll send you a pre-paid shipping label and schedule a pick-up date through a trusted courier. Once we receive and verify the items, your payment will be on the way. Our team will also be happy to help you shop for new equipment and gear with the best possible pricing.
Simply complete the form below, and one of our sales representatives will contact you within two business days. If you need an immediate quote, please email email@example.com, or call us at 713-570-1905 with your trade-in information..
For personal shopping and purchases, please continue shopping on primaryarms.com.
Primary Arms Government Mission
Our mission at Primary Arms Government is to ensure every officer has the tools and equipment they need to do their job as safely and as effectively as possible, so at the end of their shift, they all go home.