Evers Sponsors AR-15 Drawing after Orlando Terror Attack

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U.S. Congressional Candidate Greg Evers today announced a Facebook contest to award a custom-built AR-15 rifle to one randomly chosen resident of the 1st Congressional District who has liked and shared his Greg Evers for Congress Facebook page. The winner will be chosen on July 4th, and the rifle will be awarded after verification that the contestant meets strict eligibility requirements, including all required background and security checks.

“With terrorism incidents on the rise, both at home and abroad, protecting our constitutional rights has never been more important,” Evers said. “With all that’s happening in the world today, I’ve never felt stronger about the importance of the second amendment in protecting our homeland than I do now.”

Evers is seeking the Republican nomination for Congress in the August 30th primary. For the past 14 straight years, he has earned an A+ rating from the National Rifle Association as a member of the Florida Legislature.

Drawing Eligibility

To be eligible to win the prize, contestants must be a resident of Florida’s 1st Congressional District, at least 18 years old, and otherwise meet all firearm ownership requirements under Florida law. A winner will be chosen by a random drawing from a list of all who have “liked” the “Greg Evers for Congress” Facebook page and “shared” a post from the page. See below for full rules.

About the “Homeland Defender” Collectors Edition AR-15

Made by Advanced Tactical Solutions in Santa Rosa Beach, FL, the “Homeland Defender” features a billet aluminum lower and upper from VLTOR, BCM Gunfighter charging handle, Magpul MOE mid-length handguard, AAC QD 51 tooth-pinned flash hider, BCM Gunfighter Vertices Grip, Diamondhead rear flip up sights, Houge pistol grip, Blackhawk 5 position stock with built-in quick detach option, nickel boron bolt, And a Sig Romeo 4 optic. Chambered in 5.56mm, the rifle proudly displays the 2nd amendment on the right side of the receiver.

Information about the drawing can be found on the GregEvers.com and the Greg Evers for Congress Facebook Page.



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