Shooting Illustrated Says "Thanks A Million

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posted on December 1, 2014
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On November 15th, Shooting Illustrated exceeded 1 million "likes" on Facebook. To celebrate, we want to do something exciting for our fans.

So, how does the Definitive Source for the Modern Shooter show appreciation? Why, by giving away some awesome gear, of course!

Enter our "Thanks A Million" sweepstakes online today!

One lucky winner will take home the grand prize, an Aimpoint Micro T-2 red-dot sight.

Five winners will take home Crimson Trace Rail Master laser sights.

100 winners will receive a limited-edition Shooting Illustrated T-shirt.

200 winners will receive a 1-year subscription to Shooting Illustrated.

The sweepstakes runs from December 1st until December 15th. Complete rules and the entry form can be found here. Join Shooting Illustrated in celebrating this milestone!

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