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Raffle - 2020


A message from the SRPC Raffle Committee:

In previous raffles, we sold an unlimited number of tickets at $1 each or 6 for $5 and raffled off five firearms as prizes (nearly 30,000 tickets were in last year's raffle).  This year we may have increased the price of a ticket ($20); however, we doubled the numbered of prizes and put a limit of 1500 tickets for sale.  When all 1500 tickets are sold, no additional tickets will be sold.  However, if less than 1500 tickets are sold, all 10 guns will still be raffled off—further increasing the purchasing power of those that purchased their ticket(s). By revamping the raffle, even with a higher price per ticket, this year's raffle entries will have better purchasing power compared to previous years' raffles. 



2020 Raffle Poster



2020 SRPC Raffle Poster 

Raffle Rules




This raffle supports the activities of the Sheboygan Rifle and Pistol Club (SR&PC) and we thank you. 

2020 SRPC Raffle Rules


2020 SRPC Raffle Rules



Links to Information of the Firearms




1st Prize: Springfield M1A Composite Stock or $750


2020 First Place - M1A Composite Stock


After World War II, the engineers at the US Government’s Springfield Armory set about designing a replacement for the M1 Garand. In 1959, the US military adopted the resultant M14. The rugged reliability of the M14 coupled with its formidable 7.62×51 NATO cartridge left an enduring impression on America’s fighting forces despite its relatively short tenure. From 1959 to 1970 the M14 served with distinction as the standard issue rifle of the United States military. When it was replaced in 1970, the stage was set for the next step in its history.  

In 1974, the Reese family ensured that the legacy of the M14 would live on and shooters could finally be able to enjoy the same rifle that so many servicemen had utilized in the past. Springfield Armory® in Geneseo, Illinois began offering a civilian legal semi-automatic version known as the M1A™. The Standard Series is a faithful semi-auto only recreation of the original M14. Powerful, accurate and reliable, M1A™’s were soon found dominating the National Matches at Camp Perry. Shooters across the country discovered the versatility and enjoyable satisfaction of owning an M1A™.

Keep in mind that the Standard M1A™ is as well suited for a day at the range as it is for filling that special place in your military collection. All the design features that the Armed Services found essential for a battle rifle make the Standard M1A™ a great shooter. The windage and elevation adjustable rear sight minimizes the effort required to zero the rifle. The two-stage military trigger, detachable box magazine, op-rod and roller cam bolt call to mind the rich history of the M1A™ while providing functional ease of operation and legendary reliability.

You may be looking for a special addition to your collection, or you may be looking for a hard-working rifle that will pull duty on the range, in the treestand or in your truck. Today, the M1A™ is firmly established as a platform that can handle any mission, any condition, any foe at any range. M1A™’s are found in national competitions, in the hands of operators on elite tactical teams, and in the back country hunting big game. And although the M14 is no longer the service rifle of the US military, it still sees action as a designated marksman rifle and as a sniper rifle.

The Standard M1A™ is ready for its next mission.





2nd Prize: Henry Big Boy 30/30 or $550


2020 Second Place - Henry Big Boy 30-30


From the Northwoods to the Texas hill country and in every deer camp and lodge in between, the .30-30 rifle remains the perennial choice of whitetail hunters. More than just another deer cartridge, the venerable .30-30 has been the king of deer calibers since the first rifle chambered in this ageless round was produced in 1894. In fact, it’s a safe bet that in the past century, no other round has put more antlers on the wall and venison in the freezer than the .30-30. So it only made sense that Henry, America’s most storied rifle maker, would produce a rifle chambered for this legendary caliber. This latest addition to our world-famous line of lever-action repeaters was built with the traditional deer hunter in mind. Like its predecessors, it’s both lightweight (just 7 to 8.3lbs.) and maneuverable (39″ long), – the perfect combination for hunting in dense timber and heavy brush.

Like every Henry rifle, it’s 100% American made, with its select American walnut stock and forearm, it is a masterpiece of finely crafted gunsmithing. The Henry H009 has a steel receiver and a round blued steel barrel that is machined with state of the art multiple groove rifling.

The H009B has a visually impressive 20″ octagon barrel and a handsome brass receiver and brass barrel band. Both rifles are drilled and tapped for easy scope mounting. The magazine holds five rounds that chamber quickly and smoothly thanks to our crisp, perfectly machined action.

If you’re a deer hunter who wants to carry a rifle like dad and grandpa did back in the “good ol’ days,” treat yourself to a Henry .30-30 and relive the golden era of deer hunting while starting a few traditions of your own.





3rd Prize: Kimber Custom Black in 45 Auto or $500


2020 Third Place - Kimber Custom 45


Kimber builds the world's finest 1911 pistols right here in America—something that makes sense, as few things are as American as a 1911 .45 ACP. Virtually every critical component of every pistol is manufactured inside the Kimber factory. The finest raw materials come through the front gate and Kimber does the rest, the only way to ensure that every part meets unequaled standards.

America's best shooters keep choosing Kimber. Legendary LAPD™ SWAT tested five major 1911 brands and chose Kimber. United States Marines assigned to Special Operations Command chose Kimber. The U.S.A. Shooting Rapid Fire Pistol Team trains for Olympic competition with a Kimber. Most recently, LAPD™ SIS transitioned to Kimber. They all chose Kimber for the same reason: quality, dependability and accuracy. So should you.

Setting the standard against which all other 1911 models are measured, the Custom offers no-nonsense features that promote intuitive operation and absolute dependability.

The video describes the Kimber custom two tone; however, our Kimber is the all black verson with poly grips.




4th Prize: Ruger GP110 Stainless 4" or $500


2020 Fourth Place - Ruger GP100 Stainless


Triple-locking cylinder is locked into the frame at the front, rear and bottom for more positive alignment and dependable operation shot after shot.

Grip frame design easily accommodates a wide variety of custom grips.

Takedown of integrated subassemblies requires no special tools and allows for easy maintenance and assembly.

Transfer bar mechanism provides an unparalleled measure of security against accidental discharge.





5th Prize: Kimber Micro 9mm NRA Desert Tan or $500


2020 Fifth Place - Kimber Micro 9mm NRA Desert Tan


Micro slides are made to the tightest allowable tolerances, with barrels machined from stainless steel for superior resistance to moisture. All Micro frames are shaped from the finest aluminum for integrity and strength. In many respects a miniature 1911, among the most important Micro 9 design advantages is a single action trigger with the kind of short, smooth pull that ensures accuracy and builds confidence. The thumb safety, slide release and magazine release are pure 1911 as well. Standard features include a lowered and flared ejection port for flawless ejection and a beveled magazine well for fast, positive loading. Sights are steel – not plastic – and mounted in machined dovetails for additional integrity. Each Micro 9 includes en extended 7-round magazine.

Ideal for shooters with small hands as well as those who insist on mild recoil combined with enough power for concealed carry or home protection, Micro 9 pistols are the right choice for many applications. Best of all, they offer unequaled Kimber quality, dependability and performance.





6th Prize: MicroRoni with a Glock 19 Talo 9mm or $400




This Micro Conversion Kit is a lightweight and sturdy platform for Glock handguns, turning it into the ultimate Glock Conversion Kit. It has a barrel shroud made of aluminum with a polymer body.

The extended stabilizer, which now comes standard, enables one-handed firing for better shooting performance. It also comes with a Velcro® strap fastener which provides a custom fit to any user. MCK is the most cost effect conversion kit in the world. Fastest assembly/disassembly conversion kit on the market. Improving accuracy dramatically up to 200 yards. MCK comes in two versions, one is a NON-NFA product (with standard long stabilizer brace), and the other is a NFA product (with stock).

Top Features:
  • No pistol disassembly required – Just place pistol into the kit, lock, and go
  • Allows for multiple handgun models into one platform
  • Ergonomic Finger Groove Grip for more stability
  • Top Picatinny rail, allowing a combination of sights and/or optics
  • Side Picatinny rails for mounting additional accessories, i.e… thumb-rests
  • Ambidextrous fast and easy handling
  • Right-folding stock arm brace for easy concealment and carry, locks in the folded position
  • Front spare magazine holder for a faster reload
  • Built-in charging handle allowing for quicker assembly/disassembly
  • Exposed slide release for direct contact and easier use





7th Prize: Kel-Tec CP33 22LR or $375


2020 Seventh Place - Kal-Tec CP33


The .22 target pistol market needed an update, so we answered the call with the CP33. CP stands for Competition Pistol and 33, well… it holds a staggering 33 rounds in each magazine, right out of the box.

Quad Stack 33
The CP33 magazines are quite the engineering feat. Generally, the term quad stack refers to magazine carriers… not here. Each CP33 magazine holds 4 rows of .22lr, allowing for serious flush-fit firepower. That’s 66 rounds of fun right out of the box.

Multi-Purpose Pistol

Equipped with a Picatinny-style top rail and a MAGPUL® ‎M-LOK® slot built into the dust cover, the CP33 is ready to accept your favorite optics and accessories. Train, compete, plink and repeat. If you’d like to do it quietly, simply attach your favorite .22 suppressor.

Ambidextrous
As ambi as this handgun can be, the CP33 offers a safety lever on both sides of the grip, a heel catch magazine release and a unique charging handle located at the back of the receiver.

Sights
Adjustable fiber optic sights, 9 inch sight radius and threaded barrel come standard, making short work of bullseyes and paper bad guys.

This video shows a suppressor on the CP33; however, the suppressor is NOT included with this firearm.




8th Prize: Ruger American GoWild 6.5 Creedmoor or $375


2020 Eight Place Ruger American GoWild 6.5 Creedmoor


Ruger Marksman Adjustable™ trigger offers a crisp release with a pull weight that is user adjustable between 3 and 5 pounds, allowing shooters to make that perfect shot.

Ergonomic, lightweight synthetic stock designed for quick, easy handling blends a classic look with modern forend contouring and grip serrations.

Soft rubber buttpad is crafted for maximum recoil reduction.

The one-piece, three-lug bolt with 70° throw provides ample scope clearance and utilizes a full diameter bolt body and dual cocking cams for smooth, easy cycling from the shoulder.

Patented Power Bedding®, integral bedding block system positively locates the receiver and free-floats the barrel for outstanding accuracy.

Factory-installed, one-piece Picatinny scope base.

Offers minute-of-angle accuracy that can make every hunt a success.

Threaded barrel with factory-installed muzzle brake is cold hammer-forged, resulting in ultra-precise rifling that provides exceptional accuracy and longevity.

The visible, accessible and easy-to-actuate tang safety provides instant security.
Also includes: one magazine; sling swivel studs.





9th Prize: Henry Golden 22LR or $275


2020 Ninth Place - Henry Golden Boy 22LR


Whether you choose one chambered for .22 LR, .22 Magnum, or .17HMR, the Henry Golden Boy is a masterpiece of fine crafted gunsmithing. Any shooting enthusiast who closely examines one is immediately impressed with the excellent fit, finish and overall visually elegant design. The Golden Boy rifle’s awesome 20-inch blued octagonal barrel, American walnut stock, brass buttplate and gleaming Brasslite receiver will transport you back to the wild and wooley days of America’s Old West, when Benjamin Tyler Henry designed the original Henry lever action rifle.

Small game hunters and plinkers will appreciate its substantial 6¾ pound heft. It balances well and makes for highly accurate offhand shooting. The smooth action associated with Henry rifles opens and shuts with the effortless slickness lever-lovers long for. Get one in your hands and take aim. See what a natural pointer it really is. Adding to the historic authenticity is the adjustable buckhorn-type rear sight. The .22 LR version holds 16 rounds. The .22 Mag and .17HMR hold 12 rounds. Both will provide a whole lot of shooting pleasure before it’s time to reload their tubular magazines.

The Henry Golden Boy rifle is one beautiful classic that’s affordably priced so you hombres won’t have to rob a stagecoach to own one. All we ask is that you mosey on down to your local gun shop and ask to see the Henry Golden Boy. You’ll definitely agree it’s the rifle that brings out the West in you.

The youth version of our award winning Golden Boy has a shorter barrel and length of pull, this compact version is ideal for most youngsters or for the gals who may find it easier to handle. Comes with a brass barrel band.





10th Prize: Mossberg Shockwave 20 Gauge or $200


2020 Tenth Place - Mossberg Shockwave 20Gauge


Legendary Mossberg pump-action reliability in a compact 14" barreled package.

Following the unprecedented success of the 590 Shockwave 12-gauge pump-action firearm, Mossberg announces the release of a 20-gauge version of the 590 Shockwave. Featuring a 14-inch barrel, “birds head” pistol grip and an overall length of 26.37 inches, the 590 Shockwave does not fall under the purview of the National Firearms Act (NFA) and does not require additional paperwork or the payment of a tax stamp for transfers. Federal Law does require the purchaser of this firearm to be 21 years of age. And coinciding with the announcement of this new 590 Shockwave, Mossberg is pleased to announce that the 20-gauge versions are already in production and shipping to wholesalers.

Based on the 590 pump-action design, the 20-gauge version of the Shockwave required an engineering redesign as this is the first time that Mossberg has offered the 590 platform in a smaller gauge. In addition to a scaled-down receiver, the cob-styled, tactical forend was reduced in overall size. Weighing in at a mere 4.95 lbs, this compact 20-gauge firearm combines the field-proven design of Mossberg’s legendary pump-action platform with the innovative Raptor® pistol grip from Shockwave Technologies; strapped forend for safe, controlled handling; and 6-round capacity.

At the core of the 590 Shockwave is Mossberg’s field-proven design which includes non-binding twin action bars; positive steel-to-steel lock-up; an anti-jam elevator; dual extractors; and Mossberg’s universally-recognized, ambidextrous top-mounted safety. The lightweight receiver is constructed of anodized aluminum and is drilled and tapped for ease of adding an optic or accessories. The magazine tube features a convenient clean-out cap. This 20-gauge is 2 ¾ and 3-inch capable with 6-round total capacity and features a 14-inch, heavy-walled barrel with bead sight and matte blue finish. Rear and magazine cap sling swivel studs complete this compact package.

The “bird’s head”-shaped pistol grip from Shockwave Technologies provides this 590 with its distinctive name. The Shockwave Raptor grip features an enhanced textured finish, allowing for maximum control while minimizing felt recoil. The grip is constructed of durable, glass-filled polymer with non-reflective, black finish and overall length of 5.25 inches.

The Shockwave described is the 12Gauge version; however, our prize is the 20Gauge version.