NRA Show Hosts 2nd Annual Wall-of-Guns Raffle

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posted on April 25, 2014
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undefined“Got guns?” is the theme of the day as I enter the Indiana Convention Center and head straight for the NRA Foundation’s Wall of Guns. Built by Legacy Quest Outdoors, the well-stocked Wall of Guns turns heads for the second straight year. Boasting nearly 80 firearms, the wall (located between rooms 139 and 140) showcases the latest models from many of our favorite firearm manufacturers. A $20 raffle ticket buys you a 1-in-100 chance to win your choice of firearm from either side of the wall. To increase your chance of winning, stop by and ask about a 2014 raffle package. Proceeds benefit The NRA Foundation and you don’t have to be present to win, which is a good thing, considering by the time the drawing is held you may be thousands of feet away scanning the aisles on the show floor, attending seminars or chatting with outfitters as you plan your next big adventure! There’s so much to do and see here—and so little time!

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