Weatherby guns have become synonymous with quality, and the company has announced it’s going to give hunters everywhere a chance to own one.

Weatherby’s new online sweepstakes offers hunters the chance to win an assortment of rifles and shotguns, and if that weren’t enough, they’re even giving away chances to use them.

“Our new sweepstakes showcases our breadth of line, as well as the outstanding performance and value of our firearms,” said company President Ed Weatherby.  “Whether it’s one of our legendary Mark V’s or affordable Vanguard rifles, a workhorse pump or versatile semi-auto shotgun, Weatherby has a gun for most any hunt–and budget.”

Weatherby’s sweepstake, which launched June 1 and runs until Dec. 31. Entrants, however, must be a member of the Weatherby Nation (there is no cost to join), a legal resident of the U.S., 21 years of age or older on date of entry, and legally qualified to possess a firearm.

Internet access is also a requirement.  More sweepstakes details are available at www.news.299weatherby.com.

Sweepstakes entries must be submitted at www.news.299weatherby.com. The folks over there will then initiate a random drawing, which will lead to the winners of the following prizes:

-A guided spring turkey hunt near Paso Robles, Calif., and a PA-08 Synthetic pump shotgun.  This prize also includes a tour of Weatherby headquarters and showroom/museum.

– An upland bird hunt at Flying B Ranch near Kamiah, Idaho, and a SA-08 Synthetic semi-auto shotgun.

– A guided trophy antelope hunt in Glenrock, Wyo., and a Vanguard Synthetic rifle.

– A plains game safari to South Africa, and a Mark V Accumark rifle. This hunt includes five species: gemsbok, blue wildebeest, common springbok, blesbok and warthog.

– A home defense training at Gunsite Academy, Paulden, Ariz., and a PA-459 pump shotgun.

As though that weren’t enough, five shotguns or rifles will also be awarded as runner-up prizes.
Truth told, you can’t ask for much better prizes if you’re a hunter: Great outdoors, great game and great guns.

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