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GunAuction.com’s AR-7 Survival Rifle Giveaway

Cheaper Than Dirt!’s auction partner GunAuction.com is giving away a new Henry U.S. Survival AR-7. You can win this gun simply by posting a picture and asking your friends to vote on it. Here’s how it works:

Henry U.S. Survival AR-7
Henry U.S. Survival AR-7

  • Log in to your Facebook account and search for GunAuction.
  • Once on the GunAuction Facebook page, click on the “Contest” Icon below the cover photo.
  • ‘Like’ the GunAuction page by clicking the Like button at the top of the page.
  • Click the ‘Add Entry’ link.
  • Follow the prompts to “Allow Login with Facebook” to use the contest app.
  • Click ‘Choose File’ to upload a photo of you with any gun. You can be hunting, shooting targets, posing with any gun, anywhere, at any time.
  • Share the link to your photo on your Facebook Wall by clicking ‘Share’.

You can also Tweet about it, share it on Google+, and pin it to your Pinterest wall. Tell your friends to go to the GunAuction page and vote for your picture. Each vote will add your name to a random drawing.

The drawing to determine the winner of the Henry U.S. Survival AR-7 will be held on on July 31, 2012.

To see the full auction listing, click here.

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Comments (15)

  1. Guys, the contest is BS. I agree about having to be a facebook user sucks, but so does this so called contest. You are better off not even thinking about entering.

  2. I now boycott any product that wants me to subject myself to Facebook, Twitter etc.

    If you want my business produce a good product with the x,y z or whatever BS.

  3. Facebook looked like fun at first, so I tried it. Got 11 girls I used to know find me in the first day. not one old hunting buddy, or co worker. Just ho’s. Needless to say, my wife was a little upset. To make a long and somewhat painful story shorter, the computer had to go and is now at the river bottom full of .22 holes. My wife found a perfect use for my facebook account. In short, keep it. It sucks.

  4. Guys – just because a website asks for info doesn’t mean it has to be accurate. The number 123-4567 works just great as a telelphone number…

  5. Like my Dad used to tell me when I was a little kid, and we would go down to the feed mill on weekends when they were closed, and I would run down the dock, writing my name etc. in the very thick overhead dock doors,which had half inch dust on ’em when they wered closed, he’d say; “Fools names and fools faces……always seen in public places.” Yeah, it was hard to ague with a man who was my father, yet well old enough to be my Grandfather, and, who had lived as a young adult through the Depression. We were filling a water trailer at the feed docks, for we had to haul our own water when I was growing up. Anyway, I concur. We don’t need no stinkin’ FaceBook!

  6. Well suck it up an make an account and quit whinnying
    This is why our country is in perill everyone wants something but dont want to have to do something for it

  7. I agree. I do not do facebook and am unhappy that I can’t get in on the contest or do other ones because of it.

  8. FB spreads advertising – duh.

    You folks all chose not to use Facebook cause you are angry and paranoid. Reap what you soe.

  9. This is all just another data mining operation. Because today people are so easily tricked into participating in these data mining schemes, in the very near future there will be zero privacy and “they” will know pretty much everything about you, and thereby making it so much easier to control you. Resist and protect your privacy.

  10. I agree WHY facebook? I dropped them like a hot rock when they threatened to cut me off if I didn’t give them my phone number….SCREW FACEBOOK!

  11. Don’t do Facebook, twitter or other “social” networking. You are excluding some of your customers from your contest.

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