Win A $12,000 Colt - Louder Than Words

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    Win a $12,000 Heirloom Pistol Package and Help Children with Cancer!

    The Police Officers Safety Association and Louder Than Words has teamed up to raffle a Custom 1911 pistol, knife, and holster package worth $12,000 with proceeds to benefit The Jimmy Fund / Dana Farber Cancer Institute for pediatric cancer research.

    Louder Than Words ( has donated the custom prize package. LTW is a collaboration of some of the country's finest craftsmen in custom guns, knives, and holsters, who donate their work to charity.

    The 2006 Cops4Kids Raffle Package includes a highly customized stainless steel Colt Series 80 1911 pistol. Each of the renowned LTW gunsmiths will add their special touch. The gun craftsmen extraordinaire include Ted Yost, Ned Christiansen, C.T. Brian, Chuck Rogers, Don Williams, John Harrison, Stan Chen, Lew Bonitz, Steve Bailey, Jason Burton, and Tony Barnes.

    The one-of-a-kind knife was custom built by two of the top craftsmen in the industry; Neil Blackwood and Jim Burke.

    The black sharkskin holster, magazine pouch, and knife sheath were hand-made by legendary holster makers, Josh Bullman and Lou Alessi.

    This is truly a one-of-a-kind heirloom package!

    For photographs, more details, and to enter the sweepstakes, visit www.posacops4kids/raffle . The raffle will end December 29, 2006 and the drawing will be held at the Shot Show on January 11, 2007.

    The POSA Cops4Kids program is inspired by and dedicated to the memory of Isabella de Bethencourt. In May 2003, eleven-month old Isabella succumbed to cancer at Children's Hospital in Boston after living most of her short life there. In appreciation of the selfless, Herculean efforts that the hospital staff made to save her life, Isabella's parents, Heather and Michael, created an event to raise money for the hospital to help other children like Isabella.

    To purchase your raffle tickets, go to the raffle website located at . Buy one, or several chances to win this one-of-a-kind heirloom set. Winners will be notified after the drawing. If you have ever known a child with cancer, you will understand our drive to help!

    Many thanks,

    Police Officer Safety Association *
    Louder than Words *

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    Heck, I get paid next week, I'll donate (would have done so even without the prizes being offered).

    I try to give to the American Cancer Society as well as the Childrens Hospital. Never heard of this organization before and looks like ones that I like, as in most of the money goes to the charity and not for the overhead.

    Thanks for bringing attention to the organization


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    Wow - that should hopefully get a big response - great cause too.
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    Bought my raffle ticket. Worthy cause, win or lose.
    And heck, if it does come my way, bonus!
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    Thumbs up bought mine

    hope i win
    ditto....good cause
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    Not allowed in Washington so I'll have to pass. Damn!

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