Staccato, Leupold, & SureFire Step Up for Memorial 3-Gun Foundation Pistol Raffle

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3-Gun Memorial Foundation 2020 raffle. Staccato P Duo Leupold Delta Point Pro SureFire weaponlight

The Memorial 3-Gun Foundation is gearing up for the 3rd Annual 3-Gun Competition next week and they just announced that some big sponsors have stepped in to offer a really nice package to be raffled. The best part about it? All proceeds from the raffle go directly to supporting Gold Star Families.

So, what’s the prize? A Staccato P DUO with the Memorial 3-Gun Foundation logo laser engraved on the slide, with a Leupold Delta Point Pro Red Dot sight and a SureFire X300U-B weaponlight.

3-Gun 2020 Memorial foundation raffle: Staccato P Duo with Leupold Delta Point Pro and SureFire X300U-B

Again, all proceeds from this raffle go directly to the families of the fallen soldiers honored at the event. Maybe take some time thinking about that. Get personal and visit the 2020 Honorees slideshow on the foundation’s website.

So, this is a win-win opportunity no matter how you look at it. When you Enter the raffle you can choose 8 chances for $100, 4 for $60, or 1 chance for $20. The drawing will be live-streamed on October 11.

The Foundation sincerely thanks Staccato, Leupold, and Surefire for their amazing generosity in donating their time and amazing products to this raffle. Without the support of amazing companies, such as these, we wouldn’t be able to give back to those who have sacrificed everything for our freedom.

About the 3-Gun Competition

The purpose of this event is to bring the competitive shooting world together with current and past military members and their families to Remember, Honor, and Memorialize ten fallen heroes in the spirit of competitive shooting. All proceeds go directly to the families of the fallen soldiers honored at the competition.

Competitors can expect a mix of traditional 3-gun style stages and non-traditional types of stages from classic “run and gun” to shooting from a moving vehicle or a parachute harness, and clearing obstacles.

This competition will expose competitors to situations they have never been placed in before, while at the same time honoring those who have sacrificed everything for our country.

3rd Annual Memorial 3-Gun Competition Details

Who:      Open to the public and spectators (Match Entry is Full)
What:     3rd Annual Memorial 3-Gun Competition
Format: 10 Stages/ 5 Side Stages (Open to the Public)
Little Bird Stage ($5.00 per raffle ticket for a slot.)
Gold Star family members shoot for free.
When:    October 9-11, 2020
Where:   Gryphon Group Security Solutions, 16780
Airbase Rd, Maxton, NC 28364

Memorial 3-gun foundation 3rd annual 3-gun competition - 2020 social media promotional image.

If you follow the foundation on social media, you can tell they’re really pumped for this year’s competition!

About Memorial 3-Gun Foundation:

The mission of the Memorial 3-Gun Foundation is to remember, honor, and memorialize fallen Special Operations soldiers through the world of competitive shooting. We want the families to know they are not alone during and after this tragic time. Our 2nd Annual Memorial 3-Gun Competition is September 13-15, 2019.

During our 3-Gun competition, we share stories and remember who these heroes were and the life they led. Every person who competes walks away with a sense of who each of these men were. All proceeds for our events go directly to the families of the fallen soldiers we are honoring at the event. We will never forget and not let anyone else forget, the ultimate sacrifice these brave men made for this country.

 

To learn more about the Memorial 3Gun Foundation, visit us on the web at www.Memorial3Gun.com, watch our documentary on YouTube and follow us on Facebook and Instagram.

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Stephanie Kimmell is the firstborn daughter of Missouri’s Pecan King, worthy scion of a Vietnam veteran sailor turned mad engineer-orchardist-inventor-genius. With a BA in technical writing, she freelances as a writer and editor. A Zymurgist greatly interested in the decoction of fermented barley and hops, she is in many ways a modern amalgam of Esther Hobart Morris, Rebecca Boone, and Nellie Bly. She hunts, fishes, butchers, and cooks most anything. When not editing or writing, she makes soaps and salves, spins wool, and occasionally makes cheese from cows she milked herself. Kimmell is a driven epistemophilic who loves live music and all sorts of beer.