HAVA to Hold Free Raffle of Glock 30th Anniversary Gun

HAVA to Hold Free Raffle of Glock 30th Anniversary Gun
HAVA to Hold Free Raffle of Glock 30th Anniversary Gun
Honored American Veterans Afield
Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA)

Park City, KY -(AmmoLand.com)- Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA) and Glock US jointly announce the award of a Glock 30thAnniversary commemorative pistol (1 of 30) to a deserving disabled veteran or wounded active duty military member who attends one of HAVA’s 2016 Family Day events.

Donated by Glock, Inc., a HAVA sustaining sponsor, the collectable gun has a value of approximately four thousand dollars and is an heirloom that will be valuable to generations of the lucky veteran’s family. The drawing for the gun will be held in November 2016 following the completion of HAVA Family Day events at Academi Training Center in Moyock, NC, Rockcastle Shooting Center in Park City, KY and San Antonio Police Training Center in San Antonio, TX.

All disabled veteran and wounded active duty military participants in the three major Family Day events will be entered to win.

It is free to participating veterans.

“We are pleased to be able to award this valuable commemorative Glock 30th to a disabled veteran, thanks to the generosity of one of our key sponsors on the occasion of their 30th anniversary of U.S. market presence,” said HAVA Chairman Tom Taylor. “We considered a paid raffle to raise money, but ultimately decided that the chance to award this valuable collectable to a deserving disabled veteran was too important to ignore. Glock has donated a piece of their history for us to share with some fortunate American hero and we can’t wait to identify the lucky winner.”

“It is Glock’s privilege to support HAVA’s choice to award one of our Glock 30th Anniversary guns to a deserving veteran who has paid a high price in service of his or her country and deserves all of the rewards that our industry can muster,” said Glock’s National Sales Manager, Bob Radecki. “HAVA’s focus on disabled veterans is the reason why we are a sponsor, and this award program demonstrates again our industry’s commitment to the heroes who have given so much in defense of freedom. We are proud to celebrate our 30th anniversary in the U.S. market in 2016, and similarly proud, along with HAVA, to stand up for those Americans who answered the call when their country needed them.”

Glock 30th Anniversary Gun
Glock 30th Anniversary Gun

About HAVA:

HAVA is a 501(c)3 organization formed by companies in the shooting and outdoor industry with the purpose of raising awareness and further assisting disabled veterans with their healing process through guided hunts, shooting events and other outdoor sports activities. The sustaining sponsor companies are Smith & Wesson, NSSF, Sig Sauer, Academi, Arnold Defense, ATK/Federal, Barrett, Crimson Trace, Diamondback, FMG Publications, Glock, Hornady, Leapers/UTG, Leupold & Stevens, Mossberg, NASGW, Proof Research, Ruger, Surefire, Taurus, XS Sights, and Yamaha Outdoors among numerous contributing companies.

Those who would like to learn more about the HAVA organization can do so at www.honoredveterans.org.

About GLOCK, Inc.:

GLOCK is a leading global manufacturer of firearms.  The simple, safe design of GLOCK’s polymer-based pistols revolutionized the firearms industry and made GLOCK pistols a favorite among military and law enforcement agencies worldwide and among pistol owners. In 2016, GLOCK celebrates its 30th Anniversary in the United States. Renowned for featuring three safeties, GLOCK pistols offer users of every lifestyle confidence they can rely on.  GLOCK, Inc. is based in Smyrna, Georgia.

For more information, please visit us.glock.com.

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Same here, also went to HAVA’s site, no mention of this at all.


Update: Found info on other sites that confirms that to qualify, a disabled vet/wounded service member must attend all three of the “HAVA Family Day” events. So if you’re rich enough to travel the country at leisure, then you’re in luck. Everybody else: No dice.

There is nothing on the HAVA website as to what constitutes a “Family Day”, so it’s likely that even if you are able to attend the three events, but don’t have a family, then you’ll also be excluded. Maybe they should change their spiel to “honoring rich vets lucky enough to have families”.


Why does that come as no surprise? As a disabled Vet we don’t travel well. What bothers me even more are these bogus “Veterans Organizations” I have never received a dime from any of them. When I tried to “get on their lists” I was told I did not qualify because I was disabled “too long ago” and they are only helping Vets from recent wars… Hmmm 22 years in the service 240% VA Rated cumulative disabled. Broken neck and broken back 7 fused vertebrae. Body full of metal and I “do not qualify”… Just another organization of blood suckers… Read more »


Do you think you could give an actual LINK to that raffle? Because I went to their website and checked all their links and found nothing about it.
I even sent them a message….