Scout Rifle Study Announces Online Sweepstakes

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posted on April 18, 2017
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The Scout Rifle Study, a web-based book written by AmericanHunter.org contributor Richard Mann, has announced a new sweepstakes for its online subscribers, old and new. If you subscribe to the publication before the end of August 2017, you will be entered for a chance to win a Scout Rifle prize package that's valued at more than $1,300.

To enter the sweepstakes, visit ScoutRifleStudy.com and register. It's free to subscribe, and comes with access to a well-respected resource on scout rifles.

The full prize package includes a Mossberg MVP Scout, Vortex 2-7X Scout Scope, Leupold QRW rings, 100 rounds of Hornady Custom Lite Ammo, Galco RifleMann Sling and Field Case, and a signed copy of Under Orion, written by Richard Mann.

For more information, go to ScoutRifleStudy.com.

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