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Old 04-07-2014, 5:56 PM
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Who Is Eligible?

All Calgunners who attend our shooting events. This includes, but it not limited to Chapter Leaders, Chapter Coordinators, Chapter Associates, Members of the Board of Directors, ...

How To Enter

In order to enter the majority of our giveaways, we'll require that you attend one, many, or all of our events. The more events you attend, the more entries you get, and the better your chances are of taking home an awesome prize!

At each of our events, the event leader will have a flyer with a QR Code and a password on it. The QR Code will take you to a survey, and the password will get you in. The survey will only be available for 24 hours. That means if you're event starts at 7PM on a Friday, than you have until 7PM on the following Saturday to complete the survey and be entered to win. The survey will ask you to provide feedback about the event, and ask you to provide some personal information for the drawing.

How A Winner is Chosen

When it comes time for the drawing, we'll run a report, aggregate all of entries, assign each entry a number and post the list in this forum for everyone to view a few days before the drawing will take place. We'll have a non-bias party (usually the vendor) draw a number via, and then post the result in the forum. We'll do our best to make every attempt to contact the winner. If the winner does not respond within 7 days, we'll draw another winner, and so forth until someone claims the prize.

The only way to win is to enter, and the only way to enter is to attend an event. At our events you'll get to make new friends, talk with like minded people, and best of all get out from behind the keyboard and sling some lead downrange through your favorite firearm. You can't ask for better that!

I wish each one of you the best of luck in our drawings.