2017 30 GUNS IN 30 DAYS TICKETS AVAILABLE!
Use the order form linked below
What is 30 Guns in 30 Days?
The annual 30 Guns in 30 Days Raffle™ began in 2003 and is the major fund raiser for the South Berwick Rod & Gun Association (SBRGA). Tickets are $30.00 apiece and only 1,000 tickets are available. Each day, from October 1 - October 30, a lucky ticket holder becomes the winner of a brand new firearm. Every ticket provides the holder with 30 chances to win and there are no rules against winning multiple times. Each day awards a different firearm selected from black powder guns, handguns, rifles and shotguns.
The complete prize list is online now and ticket sales have begun for 2017. Day 1 starts things off with the popular S&W M&P® Shield, but not just any Shield, the Performance Center® Ported M&P®9 SHIELD. This edition features a ported barrel and slide, an enhanced trigger and HI-VIZ® fiber optic sights. The Grand Prize will be the new Fabarm (by Caesar Guerini) XLR5 Velocity AR 12ga. clay target shotgun with a 32" barrel, an adjustable rib, engraved TitaniumTM Silver receiver and a Turkish Walnut stock with adjustable comb. In between we'll have firearms from Benelli, Beretta, Colt, Glock, Heckler & Koch, Marlin, Ruger, Savage, Winchester and others.
How can I participate?
Just click the link for the order form below, print it out and complete it legibly by hand. Mail it in to the address on the form along with a check for the correct amount ($30 per ticket purchased). If you're local to us, you can also come to the South Berwick Rod & Gun club during most open trap sessions. Just ask around for the 30/30 raffle sales rep. Please note tickets may not always be readily available during trap sessions.
Read the rules page for all raffle details before purchasing tickets.
Check the Pick Three page daily in October to see if you won.
For further information, please contact:
South Berwick Rod and Gun Association - P. O. Box 184 - So. Berwick, ME 03908
A 501(c)(7) and a Maine T13-B non-profit organization - Ticket donations are not tax deductible.
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