Ruffed Grouse Society’s National Fundraiser Raffle Drawing Nears

Ruffed Grouse Society’s National Fundraiser Raffle Drawing Nears
Opportunity to win one of several high end shotguns ends on June 30.

Remington 1100 F-Grade Ruffed Grouse Society 50th Anniversary One-of-a-Kind Shotgun
Remington 1100 F-Grade Ruffed Grouse Society 50th Anniversary one-of-a-kind shotgun
Ruffed Grouse Society
Ruffed Grouse Society

Coraopolis, PA –-(Ammoland.com)- The drawing for the Ruffed Grouse Society’s (RGS) National Fundraiser Drawing is closing in. Participants have only until June 30 to purchase one of the remaining one thousand tickets to be sold.

Purchasers will have an opportunity to win one of three high-end shotguns, with the first prize a one-of-kind Remington Model 1100 F-Grade 28 Gauge (skeet choke) semi-automatic shotgun with exhibition-grade wood with a fitted steel butt-plate on the stock and an inlaid skeleton cap on the pistol grip.

Hand-engraved by master engraver Don Talbot, the scrollwork surrounds a vignette featuring two grouse on the left and two woodcock on the right side of the receiver. The RGS logo is on top of the receiver where it meets the butt-stock. The stock and fore-end are exhibition grade walnut with a hand-rubbed oil finish. It has a 24 1/2 inch ventilated-rib barrel with two beads and carries serial number “RGS 50” to commemorate the RGS 50th Anniversary. In addition, it comes cased in a gun sleeve that is tucked into a Remington soft case inside a Remington travel case. The retail value is $9,000.

Second prize is a Caesar Guerini RGS 50th Commemorative APEX grade over and under 28-gauge, 28″ barrel length. It features a hand-engraved grouse on trigger guard, This one-of-a-kind shotgun has a retail value of $7,850.

Third prize is a Kimber Valier Grade II; 20 gauge side by side with 28 inch barrels. It has a retail value of $5,000.

Tickets for this unique drawing are $100 and are available at all RGS events or by calling 888-564-6747 or e-mail at: [email protected] . All major credit cards are accepted. The drawing will be held on June 30, 2011, at RGS Headquarters in Coraopolis, PA.

Proceeds from this raffle will be used to restore and protect grouse and woodcock habitat.

Established in 1961, the Ruffed Grouse Society is the one international wildlife conservation organization dedicated to promoting conditions suitable for ruffed grouse, American woodcock and related wildlife to sustain our sport hunting tradition and outdoor heritage.

Information on the RGS, its mission, management projects and membership can be found on the web at: www.ruffedgrousesociety.org .

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