Winners Chosen - Next Drawing is Sept. 7th for Leica Optics

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  1. gr8fuldoug

    gr8fuldoug Well-Known Member

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    Winners Chosen - Next Drawing is Sept. 7th for Leica Optics

    This next drawing is for Leica Optics

    The Grand Prize Winner will receive a Leica 2.5-10x42mm ER Plex Riflescope and a second place winner will receive a Leica CRF-1600 Laser Rangefinder

    Our latest Grand Prize Prize Winner for the Zeiss Dailyt Spotter, Part #528007 is Brandon M of MM Forum

    Our three lucky runner up's, who will each receive a Zeiss 8x20 B T* P* Design Selection Monocular #522052
    are:

    Don N of 24hourcampfire
    Hunter S of CouseWhiteTail
    Shane D TexasHuntingForum


    The Zeiss drawing has ended. Congratulations to the lucky winners

    Our next drawing is Sept 7th for the Leica 2.5-10x42mm ER Plex Riflescope and a second place winner for a Leica CRF-1600 Laser Rangefinder .

    We have added more drawings for 2011. There will now be one each month or so.
    Again, we would just like to thank everyone for all the support that we receive.

    Please go to our website, www.cameralandny.com and enter. Past entries will not be in this drawing. To keep the drawing available to those that continue to have an interest, each contest winner will be drawn from entries for that contest period.

    Are you our next winner?

    What are you waiting for? Just go and sign up. There is no purchase required and we are not selling your info to anyone.

    Congratulations to our latest winners.

    * As we cannot export riflescopes if the winner is from outside of the USA a similar value binocular will be substituted
     
  2. 21buck

    21buck Well-Known Member

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    Winner Chosen-Next Drawing is Sept 7 for leica optics
     

  3. RICHARD NIGHTENGALE

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    richard nightengale lightbulb thanks the great work posted