Brownells partners with Smith & Wesson to donate Dream Gun

Brownells and Smith & Wesson join forces to donate a Dream Gun, a custom M&P M2.0 Compact, to be raffled off through the Lone Survivor Foundation.

The Dream Gun, valued at $850, features Smith & Wesson’s latest 9mm pistol, the M2.0 Compact. Released in Septemeber 2017, the striker fired design is a trimmed down version of the company’s full-size M2.0. The Dream Gun ditches the standard black color in favor of a red, white and blue design with Cerakote by Battle Arms Development.

The raffle, conducted by Lone Survivor Foundation, runs through Dec. 11 and aims to help military veterans impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Raffle tickets start at $20 each, with different packages available for purchase. Tickets can be purchased through Lone Survivor’s raffle site.

Texas-based Lone Survivor Foundation supports and empowers wounded service members and their families through health, wellness and therapeutic support. LSF offers therapeutic retreats for service members with post traumatic stress, mild traumatic brain injury, chronic pain and military sexual trauma.

“We are grateful for this chance to partner with Smith & Wesson to help support our veterans,” said Brownells CEO Pete Brownell in a statement. “Somebody is going to win a very sharp-looking, custom M&P M2.0 Compact.”

At the time of publication, the raffle had raised $350 of its $10,000 goal.

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