At the Friends of the NRA Dinner in West Lafayette I won yet another pistol at the Sponsor drawing, a Smith & Wesson Bodyguard .380 acp with laser: BODYGUARD 380 - Smith & Wesson
I have no earthly need/use for it as this is taking coals to Newcastle. I gave my mother first dibs on it but after a range session on Saturday (you might be a gun nut if you have a family gathering at the range) she decided it was not for her.
Since I have given the others away, I figure this one goes to the poooleece. I remember being a LEO in my 20s and not having much discretionary income soooooo if:
A) you are a younger Indiana LEO (FULL TIME OR RESERVE), let's say under 30, and
B) need a backup gun, or a gun for your spouse,
send me your name, department, and a contact number and I'll chuck your name in a hat and draw out a winner.
Maybe we can arrange a transfer at next month's Indy 1500 or gun store somewhere or if central Iggle Crick range or meet near a courthouse somewhere.
If you have eleventy billion guns, please let someone who needs it win and refrain from entry. If your department does not approve this pistol, NBD, keep it at home or sell it for something your department will approve.
To win, PM or e-mail me your:
2. Indiana LEA Department/Office/Agency or Fed LEO stationed in Indiana (I know you read INGO too guys);
3. Contact info (phone # or e-mail).
Also let me know if you want your name announced as a winner (I know some cops get all jumpy about names, family concerns and agency rules).
****CONTEST CLOSES OCTOBER 15th, 2012.****
Last edited by Kirk Freeman; 09-25-2012 at 15:17.
Tippecanoe Temerity: I'll always get out of my MRAP
Some one give this man a site supporter badge, it dosent get much better than this...You sir, are the man!
one day I hope to be half the man i think he is
Great offer Kirk!
Wish there were more people like you in this world Kirk!
Crap, I don't qualify, I am an ARIES...
"The right of a citizen to bear arms, in lawful defense of himself or the State, is absolute. He does not derive it from the State government. It is one of the "high powers" delegated directly to the citizen, and `is excepted out of the general powers of government.' A law cannot be passed to infringe upon or impair it, because it is above the law, and independent of the lawmaking power."
[Cockrum v Tex. (1859)]
A very Noble thing to do! God Bless you and yours!
Extremely generous offer Kirk! Does neighborhood watch captain count?
I must spread some rep around before giving more to kirk freeman.