We love the opportunity to be able to give away firearms and other defensive tools at our shows!

By entering the giveaway you confirm you are legal and eligible to own the item.

We must confirm any winner is eligible and not prohibited.

For any handgun you must be 21 years of age, and any long gun you must be 18 years of age.

In addition, we confirm that the winner is not prohibited from any of the reasons listed below:

The following people may not purchase, own, or have possession of a firearm in Arizona unless they had their gun rights restored:

  1. People convicted of a felony offense.
  2. People convicted of domestic violence, even as a misdemeanor.
  3. Inmates.
  4. Probationers or parolees pursuant to an interstate compact.
  5. People on parole, community supervision or work furlough, or people on home arrest.
  6. People on probation for a felony or domestic violence.
  7. People currently charged with a felony.
  8. People currently subject to a court order (“restraining order”) prohibiting the person from stalking, threatening, or harassing an intimate partner, or the partner’s child.
  9. Fugitives.
  10. Dishonorably discharged veterans.
  11. Drug addicts or users.
  12. People adjudicated as guilty except insane.
  13. People found incompetent due to mental illness, defect, or disability, and they since have not been found competent.
  14. People found to be a danger to themselves or others.
  15. People adjudicated as a mental defective or who have been committed to a mental institution.
  16. Former U.S. citizen who renounced their U.S. citizenship.
  17. Undocumented aliens.
  18. Nonimmigrant aliens with a foreign residence who are currently in Arizona for business, pleasure, or school, with some exceptions:
    1. Some diplomats.
    2. People with a waiver from the U.S. Attorney General.
    3. Foreign government officials or distinguished foreign visitors designated by the U.S. Department of State.
    4. Foreigners with a valid U.S. hunting license or permit.
    5. Foreigners who entered the U.S. to compete in target shooting or to display guns at a hunting or sports trade show sponsored by a local, state, or national firearm trade organization devoted to the competitive use or sporting use of firearms.