Stars to Host Second Amendment Night; Chance to Win Gun

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) - Pointing the barrel down the field and calling your shot will take on a whole new meaning as the Huntsville Stars host Second Amendment Night on July 3.

Fans who attend the series closer with the Chattanooga Lookouts will have a chance to enter a raffle to win one of three guns, provided by Larry's Pistol and Pawn, a local firearms shop.  Attendees can win a Ruger American with Scope, a Ruger 22-45 MKIII, or a Ruger 10-22-TD.

In a press release, the Stars called this night an opportunity to educate their fans about the Second Amendment.

Delivery of the firearms raffled off is contingent upon a successful background check and the following of all state regulations.  The winners must be 18 years old or older and will receive certificates for the firearms.

The Stars encourage fans to stay after the game for what is described as "the largest fireworks show in recent Stars history."

As an added bonus, if you present your National Rifle Association card to the ticket box, you will receive free admission.

Read about how Morgan Spurlock's new documentary "Inside Man" has prompted a new look at the gun debate.

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