We are adding one (1) additional prize to the draw for every 20 raffle tickets sold.
January 16, 2020 – Our 8th “Additional Prize” has been added to the drawing. A Ruger American Predator Rifle (your choice 22-250/6.5CM/308) has been added as prize 45B to be drawn on November 10 2020. One additional prize will be added for every 20 raffle tickets sold.
The 2020 52-Week Gun Raffle will feature a raffle drawing every Tuesday in 2020. There have been 52 firearms initially added to the drawing, and one (1) additional firearm will be added for every 20 Raffle tickets sold over our goal of 1,040 Raffle tickets. Each raffle ticket costs $52.00, and is good for ALL drawings. Winning tickets get returned to the drawing.
Bonus Drawings occur the first Tuesday after every <250> JRGC 52-Week Raffle tickets are sold. Four Bonus Prizees have already been drawn. The next Bonus Prize will be a Remington Model 870 Express Super Magnum Shotgun. Get your raffle ticket today before you miss out on the next Bonus Drawing!
Links to various information on the 2020 52-Week Gun Raffle can be found below.
month of June, boys and girls from across the state converge on Ross Camp in
West Lafayette for a week long experience of learning and adventure at the Karl
E. Kelley Memorial Youth Camp. This year’s dates will be June 21-27, 2020.
attending, campers will be certified in Hunter Education and Boater Education.
They will also participate in range day, where they will shoot muzzleloaders,
shotguns, handguns, rifles, crossbows, and archery, all under the watchful eyes
of Indiana Conservation Officers. In addition to the safety classes and range
day, campers will participate in a water day with the ICO Scuba team, attending
canoe safety classes, and enjoying airboat and Jet Ski rides.
The goal of
the week is to teach boys and girls life skills that they will use for the rest
of their lives.
The week-long camp has a capacity of 120 campers from all over the Hoosier state, and will accepting applicants in the order of receipt. The camp is open to first time campers both boys and girls that have completed the 5th or 6th grade and have not attended the previous summer. This year, the Jasper Rifle and Gun Club will be sponsoring any JRGC member’s child or grandchild who meets this criteria. If interested, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first Indiana Conservation Officer Youth Camp was held in August 1997. It was later named in memory of F/Sgt. Karl E. Kelly, who lost his life in the line of duty while attempting to rescue fellow officers who had become trapped in a low-head dam during a training exercise in April 1998.