Rats... I was hoping this would be simple :-( such are the times we live in.
Also, apparently he hasn't seen the gun either and is unsure if the gun actually has the adjustable comb or if the MSRP is accurate. As I mentioned in the std.disclaimer, I haven't seen the guns so I matched up the description on the ticket "Winchester SX3 sporting" with what I found on the Winchester website. I've asked for clarification on the process... I'm working on best available information at this time.... I'm just trying to help.
The SCSon's SCTP club is raffling off two Winchester SX3 Sporting shotguns (MSRP $1699).
|Photo Courtesy Winchester Repeating Arms.*|
There are only 1000 tickets and 2 guns. If I remember my probability and statistics, that's a 1:500* chance. Buy 10 tickets and you have a 1:50 chance. Each ticket is $10 All proceeds go to the Rio Salado Target Terminators - I do not take a commission. Ticket sales are limited. First come first served!
You can purchase tickets through me. Email me at sandcastlescrolls att msn dott com (correct the obvious typos). If you are local in the Phoenix Metro area, you can visit the Rio Salado Sportsmans Club office or I can accept cash &
For out of state purchases I will respond promptly with payment details. For now, only
We are working on logistics of how to accept credit card payments. If we can figure out the credit card stuff, I expect a three way call (me, you and RS office) with cc info will follow with ticket scans and USPS hard ticket stubs.
If you win, you must make arrangements to take delivery of the shotgun. All federal and state laws will be observed. You will be responsible for all transfer costs (if any). Heck if I'd just won a $1699 shotgun, I'm pretty sure I could find a way to finance actual transfer fees.
I will post video of the drawing so you will have confidence the drawing was conducted properly.
About Rio Salado Target Terminators:
RSTT is an Scholastic Clay Target Program which teaches youth to safely handle a shotgun and how to hit a moving target. The SCSon tried the junior Olympic shooting club (precision .22LRs) a couple years ago and did not like it. Moving targets are a lot more fun!
RSTT provides instructors, shotguns, shot shells and targets for a very nominal annual fee**. The program is obviously sponsored through grants from Arizona Game and Fish and others. If you have a 5th - 12th grader and this sounds interesting, check out the web page and come on out. It's really a heck of a deal for youth shooters.
* Odds are actually a little better than 1:500. First drawing has a 1:1000 chance to win (.001). 2nd drawing probability is 1:999 since the 1st winning ticket is out of the 2nd drawing: (.0010010001001 etc), Add and invert. Odds of a single ticket win are 1:499.7498. Math is cool! Now here is where I wish I had a better understanding of game theory as that would tell me the optimal number of tickets to buy. Sorry that's above my edumucation level :-( (if you do understand game theory, I will give you a guest post for the analysis)
** The annual fee wouldn't buy the shells & clays for two months of this program, let alone borrow the gun and the expertise of the instructors. Like I said, it's a heck of a deal! Plus there have been multiple opportunities at additional free shoots.
FMI: contact the head of Rio Salado Target Terminators: "Jeff @ RioSCTP"