Enter to Win a RUGER Follow Through Compact Sport Knife by CRKT! (CLOSED)
UPDATE: We have a winner! Congratulations to JP! Stay tuned for the next giveaway coming up very soon!
UPDATE 2: RUGER Knives are now available in our webstore.
The 2016 Las Vegas Shot Show has come and gone, but the work for our buying team has only just begun! Expect to see many cool products in our sporting knife line up in the coming weeks and months. And speaking of cool products, our team brought back something awesome from the Shot Show to give away to our fans and customers. That “something” is a brand new RUGER Follow Through Compact Sport Knife, built by the folks at CRKT.
Here’s a bit more about the prize below:
Matthew Lerch Designed: Folding knife with locking liner and blade flipper – featuring a stonewashed 3.25″ drop-point blade; Ruger-inspired, diamond-checkered glass-reinforced nylon handles; and a two-position clip. Made from 8Cr13MoV Hardness 58-59 HRC Steel. ShopRuger Exclusive.
The RUGER Follow Through Compact Sport Knife takes design cues from the company’s range of sporting rifles. With the help of Matthew Lerch, they’ve been able to translate that design into a lean mean cutting tool with the help of CRKT’s manufacturing expertise. The knife is valued at $100 CAD and we’re excited to have the opportunity to give one away to our loyal customers!
How Do I Enter to Win a RUGER knife?
To enter to win this handsome RUGER sport knife, just follow the steps below. While it’s not necessary to do all the steps, doing as many as possible does provide you the most amount of chances to win. No purchase is necessary.
Just to recap, the contest closes on February 14, 2015 at 11:59PM PST and is open to all residents of Canada only (excluding Quebec) that are 18 years of age or older. Complete rules and details are linked in each eligible entry method. Don’t forget to enter often, as some of the tasks (like tweeting the contest) can be performed daily for additional entries.
Make sure you share this contest with your friends because that’s the polite Canadian thing to do (and it might earn you some additional entries too).
Good luck everyone!