Happy Trails Foundation Annual Raffle

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posted on January 16, 2013
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For 16 years, the Happy Trails Foundation has been raffling off exact replicas of the gun belts, rigs and single action revolvers used by the Hollywood cowboy western movie stars. For 2013, the raffle is for an exact replica of the rig used by "Crash Corrigan." To see it, watch the video Sheriff Jim Wilson as he explains more about the Happy Trails Foundation, founded by Roy Rogers and Dale Evans to address the needs of at-risk children. It is the only children's charity that supports the shooting sports.

For more, visit www.HappyTrailsFoundation.org

 

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