Lisbon Fire Department Hosting Gun Raffle

Drawings will be held every Sunday and Wednesday for 10 weeks.

The Lisbon Firefighter Incorporated is holding its first annual gun raffle. 

The raffle and was made possible through the support of department members, the community and the cooperation of local organizations including Color Ink and Gander Mountain. 

Here's a look at the specifics: 
  • Tickets are $20 a piece
  • Only cash will be accepted for tickets
  • There are 20 guns in the raffle
  • The raffle starts on Oct. 13
  • Drawings will be every Sunday and Wednesday for 10 weeks
  • The Wisconsin Pick 3 will be used to determine winners. The Pick 3 number drawn on that day will be the winner
  • Only 1,000 tickets will be sold
  • If less than 750 tickets are sold 50 percent of the total cash raised through tickets sales will be raffled in place of the guns. Each week 1/20 of the 50% raised will be the prize.
  • Winners will receive a gift card for the value of the gun won. Gift cards are good at any Gander Mountain
If you have any questions please contact Katie Kelly by via Facebook message or or calling the Lisbon Fire Department at (262) 538-3902. 

Below is a list of the guns in the raffle:
  • Oct. 13 - Marlin Model 336 ($479.99)
  • Oct. 16 - Ruger LC380 (449.99)
  • Oct. 20 - Savage Axis XP ($399.99)
  • Oct. 23 - Springfield XD Service Handgun ($549.99)
  • Oct. 27 - Remington Model 870 Supermag ($399.99)
  • Oct. 30 - Beretta PX4 Storm 45 (629.99)
  • Nov. 3 - Mossberg 100 ATR ($369.99)
  • Nov. 6 - Taurus PT-22 (279.99)
  • Nov. 10 - Remington Model 770 Package ($349.99)
  • Nov. 13 - Benelli Supernova Tactical ($499.99)
  • Nov. 17 - Magnum Baby Desert Eagle ($669.99)
  • Nov. 20 - Smith & Wesson SD40 ($379.99)
  • Nov. 24 - Walther P22 ($349.99)
  • Nov. 27 - Glock 23 (599.99)
  • Dec. 1 - Mossberg Flex 500 Combo ($549.99)
  • Dec. 4 - Taurus Model 94 ($449.99)
  • Dec. 8 - Sig Sauer P250 Subcompact ($549.99)
  • Dec. 11 - Winchester SXP Pump Marine ($399.99)
  • Dec. 15 - Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380 ($399.99)
  • Dec. 18 - Kimber Ultra Carry II ($999.99)
Jane September 05, 2013 at 12:48 PM
Did this idea originate with the same people who want to give the NRA $500,000 of taxpayer money annually to convince people that it is fun to kill things?
LJR September 06, 2013 at 09:46 AM
Jane - I own a gun and don't kill (living) things with it. Many pieces of paper, cardboard, soda cans, milk/water jugs have fallen to my mahem. Or are you against me "killing" inanimate objects too? You did not specifically define what "things" you're against killing. Your communication skills need work. PS don't rebut by using that old cliche "common sense" or "you know what I mean". I'm not psychic. Also, I'm sure you've killed many living things in your life, or had them killed. Insects come to mind.
Craig Gierach September 08, 2013 at 03:55 AM
Okay, I bought 3 of these tickets when the sale started. They give away the gift cards toward the CASH VALUE of the particular firearm listed, not the firearm itself. The winner can use the gift card toward whatever they want in the store. Perhaps if you narrow-minded, illiterate liberals would actually READ the article before going off half-cocked, things in this country would be just a bit better! Feel free to be angry with me, once you get someone to read my post to you...
Bitter Clinger September 08, 2013 at 07:34 AM
I just heard about this from talk radio and will pursue getting a ticket to support them and this isn't my FD! It sounds like you don't have to get the gun if you win. Leftard winners could always get another pair of berkies. Think about this "If you don't like guns, don't buy one". Now wasn't that easy?


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