If you’ve been to SHOT Show, you know you need to bring plenty of Advil.
Long hours and miles and miles of walking take their toll throughout the week of the industry’s premier shooting, hunting and outdoors trade show.
As I mentioned in These Boots Were Made for Walkin, I’m going to have a little contest. Rules are simple. Guess how many miles per day I put on my Danner Mountain Light II boots at SHOT Show 2015, and you can win a set of Crimson Trace Lasergrips.
The show lasts four days, Tuesday through Friday. I’ll track total miles for the duration using a FitBit and divide by four to get an average miles per day figure. That’s what you’re guessing to win…
The contest winner gets to choose one of the following:
A FREE set of brand-spanking new Crimson Trace LG-639 Lasergrips for Glock Gen 3 Compact pistols. That would cover the Glock 19, 23, 25, 32 and 38.
A FREE set of Crimson Trace LG-401G Green Lasergrips for 1911 pistols.
Winner chooses which set they want.
1. Just subscribe to our mailing list here.
2. As an added bonus, you’ll get our free eBook, A Fistful of Shooting Tips.
3. You’ll get a welcome email for your subscription with a link to the free eBook.
4. Just reply to that with your guess of average miles per day walked, run or crawled during SHOT Show 2015.
If you already subscribe to our weekly email, no worries, it’s even easier for you! Just reply to any of our previous emails with your guess, and you’ll be entered too.
Oh, I’ll do the math for miles covered and find the winning guess on my plane flight back home Saturday January 24, 2015, so your entries have to be in by midnight Las Vegas time Friday January 23, 2015.
Simple enough, right?
[…] Last week we started a simple contest. I agreed to wear a FitBit Charge for the four days of trade show exhibit hours to track total miles per day. At the end of the show, I’d divide by four, and calculate the average miles per day of my SHOT Show 2015 experience. Many of you wrote in with guesses, so it’s time to tabulate the results and see who won a set of Crimson Trace Lasergrips from My Gun Culture. […]