IHEA Auction Adds Guns, Trips and More
Federal Heights, CO – -(AmmoLand.com)- The International Hunter Education Association (IHEA) Foundation Benefit Auction to raise funds to help hunter education programs nationwide has added over 30 new items to the auction. The auction is being conducted in partnership with www.GunBroker.com.
In recent days, IHEAF and GunBroker.com have added over 30 new items to the auction-all are products of interest to hunters, shooters and those who spend time in the outdoors. Included are: five more rifles, a 3-day Argentina Dove hunt
From SCI, tickets for a 3-event NASCAR package at Talladega Superspeedway from Realtree, a Laser Shot home theater shooting simulator system, hunting coats, a second guided Florida fishing trip, a Bushnell: rangefinder, weather monitor and GPS with XM radio/weather, a case of custom Hornady ammunition, Coleman outdoor equipment, two more Benchmade knives, and more.
The bidding for one group of outdoor equipment and gear currently posted will expire on Sunday, July 20. Interested bidders must watch individual items as they expire at specific times during the day. Some of the merchandise in this group includes a Columbia Quad hunting parka, a Sentry 24-gun safe, a case of Hornady ammo, a PSE compound bow, a Bushnell trail cam, a Benchmade knife, an Alpen spotting scope and more.
Several “Extended Listing” items, running throughout the month of July include a one-of-a-kind, IHEA 60th Anniversary Henry Golden Boy .22LR with special laser engraving, a Mossberg side-by-side 12 ga. shotgun and a Zingelani Safari’s 7-day African safari for two people-with three plains game species included in the base cost.
Proceeds from the auction go to the IHEA Foundation to help fund hunter education programs nationwide. GunBroker.com has generously included IHEA in their “Treasures & Traditions” Auction, a part of their Heritage Partner Program.
Visit GunBroker.com to bid.
IHEA is affiliated with the Association of Fish and Wildlife agencies. Goals of this group include serving as the primary resource for information on hunter education; promoting hunter education by fostering cooperative efforts between government agencies, organized groups and industry; striving for constant improvement in hunter education programs; and providing opportunities for the exchange of related ideas, knowledge and experiences.
For more information about IHEA, visit www.ihea.com .