Happy Trails Children's Foundation Silver Screen Legend Drawing

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posted on November 8, 2019
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The Happy Trails Children's Foundation has announced its 22nd Silver Screen Legend drawing. Dedicated this year to Dale Evans: Queen of the West, this drawing includes a matched pair of "America Remembers Dale Evans-Happy Trails" Colts, in .45 caliber with 5.5" barrels, stag grips, and gold cylinders and screws. Along with the pistol comes a Roy Rogers-style double holster rig with sterling-silver buckle sets and spots. 



As both guns are genuine, they are subject to all federal and state firearm regulations. The drawing will be held during Curly's Cowboy Christmas dinner and show on Saturday night, Dec. 14, 2019 at the Holiday Inn in Victorville, Calif. Attendance is not required to win.



The Happy Trails Children's Foundation is the only known children's charity in the country that actively supports organized shooting sports, Second Amendment rights and responsible gun ownership. Colt has partnered with the organization for more than 22 years by annually donating unique custom Single Action Army revolvers that have raised more than 3 million dollars to benefit children. For more information on this cause, and how to enter, please visit happytrails.org, or call (760) 240-3330.

Additional Reading:
Happy Trails 2018
Happy Trails Children's Foundation Raffle
Happy Trails Foundation Gun Raffle
Happy Trails B-Western Gun Raffle
Happy Trails Foundation Annual Raffle

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