A youth baseball league is raising money by raffling off an AR-15 rifle.
The Atwood-Hammond league’s equipment is falling apart.
Last year their raffle only raised ten dollars, so the Atwood Armory is helping them raffle off an AR-15 rifle.
Atwood Armory co-owner Charidy Butcher said the winner must go through the same process as anyone buying a gun.
“[They] will have to go through a background check just like they were purchasing the firearm from us,” she said.
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