Camp Compass, Ruger 10/22 Design Contest – This Week on Gun Talk Radio

Tune into Gun Talk Radio this week for news on the Camp Compass fundraising competition, a competitive shooter, new ammo, and a rifle design contest.

Tune into Gun Talk Radio this week for news on the Camp Compass fundraising competition, a competitive shooter, new ammo, and a rifle design contest.

It’s a fundraising competition for Camp Compass, competitive shooter Max Michel, a Ruger 10/22 design contest, and more, this week on Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk Radio, the original nationally-syndicated radio talk show about guns and the shooting sports.

John Annoni, 2 Million Bullets and Camp Compass Academy creator, joins Tom on Sunday to talk about the Under Armour Next Generation Charity Challenge, which CCA is currently competing in, hoping to win the first place prize of $20,000. Annoni, along with many volunteer mentors, runs Camp Compass, a nonprofit for urban, disadvantaged youth that provides structure, challenges, tutoring, and outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, and archery. Donate to CCA and help them place by visiting before October 29th! The group that brings in the most money between October 8th and October 15th will win a bonus of $3000. Find out more about Camp Compass here:, and read all about 2 Million Bullets here:

Competitive shooter, and Sig Sauer’s team captain, Max Michel recently claimed victory at the USPSA Nationals, making Michel “the first person to win the Pro-Am, the Steel Challenge and the USPSA Nationals in the same year”. Michel visits Gun Talk to discuss competitive shooting, and his next challenge as a member of Team USA at the next World Shoot. Read more about the competition at The Shooting Wire,, and follow Max Michel, Jr. at Sig Sauer’s website and his Facebook page at

Do you have a really great customized Ruger 10/22 rifle? Ruger’s Mark Gurney stops by to talk about turning that rifle into a reality for thousands with the Ruger 10/22 50th Anniversary Design Contest! The contest requires an entrant to submit a photo of the customized rifle, an itemized parts list and a brief description of the design before Friday, October 18. Ten finalists will be selected, and then the voting begins. The grand prize winner will receive a production version of their rifle, a trip to the Newport, NH plant to watch the production run, and $5,000 worth of Ruger product. The remaining nine finalists will each receive a Ruger firearm of their choice. Submit your entry today at

Nosler’s Zach Waterman is talking hunting, ammunition and more this week! Visit to see all the new ammo, including their defensive handgun ammunition.

Also on this week, Dr. Eduardo Gonzalez, Pastor of Linwood Baptist Church in Shreveport, LA, who recently did an interview with KSLA News, explaining why he, and some of his congregants, carry concealed in their church. Read the story here:

And don’t forget to enter to win the latest giveaway at Gun Talk – “Build It with Brownells”! The Grand Prize package includes a deluxe completion kit for an upper receiver. If you have the AR-15 Upper Receiver and the forend you want, this Grand Prize will give you a finished upper – Includes a 16” barrel, gas block, muzzle brake, bolt & carrier, gas tube, pins, and the Brownells Critical Tools Kit! Each week, ten lucky First Prize winners will win one of four First Prizes: a Magna-Tip screwdriver for Glocks (Week 1), a handgun carry bag (Week 2), a 1911 bushing wrench (Week 3), or an AR-15 bolt radius scraper (Week 4). Enter at before November 1st!

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