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NHSRA Offers Chance to Win a Custom Weatherby Rifle

NHSRA Rifle Give Away

NRA show attendees who visit the National High School Rodeo Association (NHSRA) booth (#6846) Saturday and Sunday can register to win a custom Weatherby Mark V rifle in .300 Wby. Mag. NHSRA Rifle Give AwayValued at $14,000, the rifle features the NHSRA logo and is topped with a Leupold riflescope donated by Leupold & Stevens, Inc.

Each year, the NHSRA awards thousands of dollars in educational funding to members. Since 2001, the Weatherby-NHSRA Scholarship Fund rifle has raised more than $1.2 million via the annual raffle. This year’s drawing for the winner will be held during the National High School Finals Rodeo July 13-19 at the Sweetwater Events Complex, Rock Springs, Wyo. For more information on the NHSRA, visit www.nhsra.com.

Key features of the Scholarship Fund Mark V rifle include:

  • “NHSRA Scholarship Rifle 2014” engraved on the barrel; NHSRA logo engraved on the floorplate
  • NHSRA logo embossed on the strap of the rifle’s walnut-tone leather case
  • Low-luster blue metal finish and engraved 24-karat gold and silver selective plating
  • Exhibition-grade Claro walnut stock with ebony tip, cap and gold swivels
  • Satin oil finish and checkering in a fine-line point pattern stock
  • Brown sidewall recoil pad
  • 26-inch #2 contour barrel
  • Talley two-piece mounts

Weatherby’s booth (#6845) adjoins the NHSRA booth at the NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Indianapolis.

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Comments (3)

  1. I went to the NRA exhibits Saturday with my son in law. I had a blast and was able to get a good cardio- workout in the 9 acres of exhibits. I meet Jeff Quinn and GUNNY as well as the good folks at all the booths. I did buy a knife at good but will not take it to a gun fight. Cannot wait till next year in Nashville. Olemanbohl

  2. The point that you are missing is that this particular raffle is being put on by the National High School Rodeo Association, and has nothing to do with the National Rifle Association. Two entirely different organizations. I too am retired and it takes a long time to save for any event that is half-way across the country. I have to pick and choose very carefully. Have a great day.

  3. I think that it is unfair to offer a chance to win this fine rifle presented by the NSHRA only to thoughs who are fortunate enough to be able to attend the show. I hunt when ever I can and that is seldom because I am a disabled veteran on a limited income. I have to save for a long time to be able to hunt and it isn’t easy. I have been a member of the NRA for fifty years and always supported them.

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