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Rifle Benefits Lone Survivor Foundation

by J. Scott Rupp   |  October 7th, 2011 1
Roberts Precision Rifles Lone Survivor Foundation rifle

This rifle was auctioned off for $7,000 to benefit the Lone Survivor Foundation, which assists wounded veterans and their families.

Roberts Precision Rifles recently completed a gun for the Lone Survivor Foundation, a gun that was part of the foundation’s 2011 annual gala and was auctioned off for $7,000. If you’re not familiar with the Lone Survivor Foundation, it’s a nonprofit that helps wounded veterans—and their families—return to everyday life. The group aims to provide outdoor recreational and therapeutic opportunities for wounded warriors, and according to its website the group is building a ranch facility to make this possible.
Roberts Precision donated all the labor, and the following manufacturers donated the materials. The rifle is a .308 on Stiller Tac 30 action with a Hart MTU-contour barrel and McMillan A-5 stock. The scope is a Leupold Mark 4 LR/T, and it’s housed in Badger Ordnance rings. The Huber Concepts 2-stage trigger breaks at two pounds. The FDE Cerakote finish was done by Grip Reductions, and the stock was painted by Dimensions by Holmes.

  • Lopaka Kanaka

    I am glad to see people are starting to think about the men and women who when out and put there lives for the protection of the United States of America. These vets need our support to help them get back in the life they new before they got wonded. As a vet back in the 60's we did not get the help that is going on now! All Life NRA Members, Hunters, and Target Buffs, Keep doing what you do best and good hunting. We need to protect "Our Rights To Bear Arms" We need a new commander in chief who will give vets more medical care in the VA hospital and build more so they are not far to drive too. I drive a 189 miles round trip every time I go to my Doctors appointment for my eyes and eyers. I drive 72 miles round trip so my Doctor can draw blood and let me know what medication I need to keep me alive.

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