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Congratulations to Bob Kirby of Altoona, IA, the winner of a Colt M4 .22 carbine in the final CSSA raffle of 2012. Our thanks to all for supporting CSSA and our Colorado shooting teams through these annual raffles. Look for new raffles next year, including our annual CMP M1 Garand raffle!
Congratulations to Eric Maxfield of Centennial, winner of this year’s CSSA/CMP M1 Garand Raffle. Tickets are still on sale to win a Colt M4 .22LR Carbine in CSSA’s final raffle of 2012; drawing Dec. 21. Tickets are only $2!
Congratulations to Crystal Hamilton, winner of a Nighthawk Tactical Custom 12 ga. shotgun in CSSA’s latest raffle drawing Dec. 16. Our thanks to all for supporting CSSA’s 2011 raffles…look for more next year, including our annual CMP M1 Garand Raffle commencing soon!
Bill Emanuel of Parker is the latest winner of a CMP M1 Garand in CSSA’s 2011 annual raffle to support our Colorado shooting competitors. Tickets are still on sale ($10 each) for our December Raffle featuring a Nighthawk Custom Tactical 12-ga. shotgun.
Congratulations to new CSSA member Nick Chavasse of Castle Rock, winner of an M1 Garand from CMP in the latest CSSA Raffle drawing September 10, 2010. Thanks to all who supported this raffle and remember that tickets ($2 each or three for $5) are still available for the December drawing for a Ruger .22 target pistol.
Mark Mason of Edgewater will have an extra Merry Christmas this year, as he is the winner of the lastest CSSA raffle for a new Taurus Millenium Pro 9mm pistol. Thanks to all who supported this raffle, and look for new raffles after the first of the year.
Congratulations to Wes Redfield of Denver, winner of the CMP M1 drawing held Sept. 8. Tickets for the current CSSA raffle (drawing in December) for a Taurus Millennium Pro pistol are still on sale for $2 or 3 for $5.
Congratulations to Ryan Edwards of Brighton, winner of a CMP M1 Garand in CSSA’s raffle held December 29. Thanks to all who supported CSSA in this raffle and look for more raffles coming later in 2009!
Congratulations to David Sumner of Brighton, winner of an Olympic Arms AR-15 carbine in the CSSA Raffle drawing held September 26, 2008. Our thanks to all who supported CSSA in this important fundraiser. Look for more great raffles in the coming months, including our current raffle for a CMP M1 Garand.
Don Gilmore of Castle Rock was the winner of a CMP M1 Garand in the Jan 2008 raffle drawing. Thanks to all who supported CSSA in purchasing tickets. Watch your email and the CSSA website for upcoming raffles.
Congratulations to Kathy Stockert of Loma, CO, winner of the Olympic Arms Carbine Raffle April 2007. And a big THANKS! to all who supported CSSA in this important fundraiser.
Despite requests of law-abiding Colorado gun owners and taxpayers for a fair hearing and consideration, HB12-1048 (referenced below), like two other common-sense firearms-related bills this session, was killed by the Colorado Senate “Kill Committee” AKA State, Veteran and Military Affairs this week. The “Kill Committee” gets its name because it is small (only five members rather than the usual seven) and dominated by far-left state senators from “safe” districts where they will not be penalized at the ballot box for their radical records. Senate President and Congressional candidate Brandon Shaffer, a staunch anti-gun Democrat from Boulder, has deliberately sought a quick end to pro-firearms legislation this session by sending each and every bill to the “Kill Committee” in order to protect notoriously anti-gun Gov. John Hickenlooper from having to emerge from his “moderate” shadow image and reveal his true position on firearms by vetoing these basic, common-sense proposals.
This legislative session has served as an excellent illustration of the basic truth that the two political parties are NOT created equal when it comes to the issue of firearms rights. It is true that there are some Democrats in the General Assembly who are not hostile to private firearms ownership, but NONE of them hold positions of leadership—positions that decide what committees will review what bills and when and how floor votes will be conducted. Pro-firearms Dems are shut out of leadership positions by their party because their view on gun rights is strongly opposed by the majority of Democrats. The only way that Colorado gun owners can hope to prevent anti-gun Democrats like Brandon Shaffer from continuing to play politics with our valuable tax dollars and the invaluable safety of our homes, businesses and families is to ensure that the entire leadership of our legislature is solidly pro-gun and pro-self-defense. And that can only be accomplished by preventing Democrat majorities in either house of the General Assembly. So the next time one of your friends laments that there is no difference between the two political parties, explain to them why that’s just plain wrong. Tell them about this legislative session, and how the Democrats continued to waste $2 million annually on unnecessary and redundant CBI background checks (HB12-1048)…how the Democrats want you and your family to be defenseless in times of State Emergencies (HB12-1064)-…and how the Democrats continue to leave businesses helpless at the hands of criminal intruders (HB12-1088).
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