Cory Lystang, CEO of the Yellowhead Libertarian Association, is raffling off another sweet firearm to raise money for his next campaign as an alternative to burdening taxpayers.
As Lystang found out the last time he did this, raffling off a gun isn’t the easiest process and there were complaints to Elections Canada which prompted an investigation by the police but the give-away was deemed legal.
This time, Yellowhead is raffling off a 338 Lupua (made in Alberta by EM Precision Rifles) valued at $5,420.00 with lots of custom hardware.
You can visit www.yellowheadlibertarian.ca to view the gun. Tickets are 1 for $20, or 10 for $100 and there are of course some guidelines for entry, like having a valid PAL, so visit the site for more details.
Watch my interview with gun enthusiast Cory Lystang as we talk about the raffle, his involvement with writing the Libertarian gun policy and Canada’s restrictive gun laws.