Saturday, January 19, 2013

We're Doing A Give-Away!


One of the best things about SHOT Show is all of the swag that gets handed out.  As usual, we came home with bags of good stuff.  Not ones to be selfish, we've decided to share.

We'll be giving away seven goodie bags stuffed with all sorts of stuff from the show.  One of the bags will contain a signed copy of Julie Golob's book, SHOOT.  Julie was gracious enough to give me an extra book just for this purpose.

Winners will be randomly chosen through Rafflecopter, and you'll be able to earn multiple entries.  This is the first time we've used Rafflecopter, so cross your fingers that it goes smoothly.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Sorry, GunDivas and GunDudes and their families are not eligible.  Don't worry, though, you've got goodie bags of your own on the way.

43 comments:

Lynne F said...

Wow, makes my haul look puny! LOL It was so great to see you all and spend time together

Rebecca said...

awe some! Thanks for sharing! :-)

Daddy Hawk said...

Were you able to convince Ruger to part with an SR45 for T&E? Can't wait to see what's in the goodie bag.

Eve-Lynn Smith said...

Fingers crossed :-) Can't wait to hear all about the SHOT Show!!!

Rachel said...

Holy cow - that is a LOT of swag!

We hit up Cabela's for the Gun Appreciation Day... talk about PACKED. Really bad day to go get some fishing supplies, ha!

Glad you had a good time at the SHOT show!

CG said...

I'd love to see a post on chosing a good holster for concealed carry.
Particularly what would be good to use on horseback.

GunDiva said...

Daddy Hawk, I think the only way you get to T&E the Ruger is to attend Media Day. So make plans for next year. I can tell you, I handled it in the booth and I wasn't blown away.

A Girl and Her Gun said...

Holy moly...that is awesome!! I will spread the word!

rebecca ritchie said...

Wow...that's a lot of nifty stuff!

rebecca ritchie said...

Wow...that's a lot of nifty stuff!

kpage16 said...

Woohoo! Looking forward to hearing about the SHOT Show!

Red Shoes said...

I've been to the SHOT show before... they've always been a great deal of fun!

~shoes~

Unknown said...

Awesome! Very generous of you to share the swag :)

Reddunappy said...

Wish we lived close enough to go!!
I enjoyed my stuff from last year!

Hmm, going to have to pick up some stuff at the Horse expo for a give away! :O)

will hudson said...

Nice Swag.

GunDiva said...

Keep spreading the word :)

Hubby and I will start packaging up the bags so that when we choose winners all we'll have to do is label them and drop them in the mail.

RabidAlien said...

Dang, that looks like fun! Maybe they'll hold it in the DFW area one of these years, so us poor folk can afford to go!

Denise D. said...

Great blog, great contest. Hope to win!
Denise D.

Garland Girl said...

I would love to see more DFW gun range reviews. Gotta love local!

Daddy Hawk said...

I'll see what I can do.

Kelly said...

This is an amazing giveaway! My husband would love this!!! Sharing on my blog now ☺

K said...

Found you thru Kelly and I'm hooked!

GunDiva said...

Rabid Alient - I think it's pretty well entrenched in Vegas.

Denise D. - welcome, good luck.

Garland Girl - Daddy Hawk's got you covered!

Kelly - thank you very much for sharing.

K - welcome. Is there anything you'd like to see as the subject for a post?

ORSunshine said...

I rarely comment, but I do read. So, pick me, rafflecopter dohickey! Me!

ORSunshine said...

Also, in the future I'd like to see a couple posts about getting kids interested and started in shooting. Maybe you could mention some kid groups, like 4H, that do this? (Unless you have and I've missed it, then just point me in the right direction).

Tiffany Bleger said...

Whoa! That is a lot of swag. You know, my water bottle is a little empty of stickers...

seth said...

Awesome bag of goodies. Any tips on teaching the kids gun safety?

Momma Fargo said...

Sounds like a good time and lots of goodies to be had at the show! Thanks for sharing things along the way. BTW...did you see Officer GunCrazy and his Fireman brother?

Nikker said...

Just started following via Face Book...and now via blogger. (0:

finski said...

Would LOVE to win some swag! I've always with d I could get to the SHOT show... live too far away though. Maybe someday....

Sue said...

I'm always looking for tips on summer concealed carry for women. Would love to see more on that! And I'd love to win one of the goody bags!

Jacked Up Glock Mom said...

This is awesome! I would def. Love to win one of these. : )

TC said...

Just found your website via Crap Happens Acres via Rural Revolution. Having fun exploring. I would love to win something.

GunDiva said...

Thank you to everyone who has recently joined us!

I've got a post in the works about teaching kids. Just a few months ago, I had the pleasure of shooting with a six year-old who was a rock star. I also taught all of my children to shoot, and while they're not quite as rabid as I am about shooting, they can all handle a gun safely.

Misty H said...

Oh how much fun is all of this swag? Enjoyed all of the post from SS!

Mr. Jay said...

Hi. Just found your site. Hope you don't mind if a lurk around for a bit...

Annnightflyer said...

Hubstead would love to have that stuff.

Ryan McCracken said...

Love a post about helping convince your spouse that firearms are a postie thing to have.

GunDiva said...

Ryan, that's a great idea! I'll work on it.

Country Tea said...

Situational awareness when being "distracted" by your children! :-)

Tricia said...

Just found your site and love everything so far. Off to read more of your Wesome articles!

Leiah said...

I'm hoping for something in the mail that could brighten a girl's day. Or at least be used to entice That Man. :-)

Judit Roth said...

Thank you for setting up this give-away! I would love to read your and others position on something that I am struggling with: as an instructor and mother, I had no problem teaching my son firearms safety and pistol/rifle shooting at an early age. However, how do you decide (if you do at all) at what age/maturity level we should/could work with strangers' children? Thank you!