AR-15 and AK-47 RAFFLE
AR-15 is a Palmetto Arms, 16″ barrel with collapsable stock
AK-47 is from Arsenal Inc., 16″ barrel with a side folding stock
Both guns are currently at Pasadena Gun and Pawn if you would like to view them and see what other goodies they have!
If you would like to purchase raffle tickets, Please mail a check for the total number of tickets to: Supporters of Don Dwyer , P.O. Box 667 Glen Burnie MD 21061. Your stubs will be mailed to you.
If you would like to sell tickets for me, Simply email me at email@example.com and let me know how many you are willing to sell. I will mail you the ticket and the stub. After all are sold mail the checks ( Payable to Supporters of Don Dwyer) and the stubs to the P.O. Box above.
Or click here: GUN RAFFLE to purchase or to get tickets to sell.
The winning tickets will be drawn Saturday July 6th. Independence weekend. Location TBD
Raffle Rules: You must be able to lawfully purchase and own a firearm- you must be willing to assume the transfer fees.
Out of State winners must have an FFL from their state to handle the transfer and must be willing to assume shipping costs.
Taxes and associated costs other than transfer fees will be covered by Supporters of Don Dwyer.
Proceeds will benefit Supporters of Don Dwyer and will also used in an effort to unseat the Legislators who worked to support, vote for and pass SB 281.
Thanks so much for your support
Delegate Don Dwyer
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