Follow the link to win a Buck pocket knife

Buck gave me three knives to give away a while ago, and the first one went to Kimberlee Raymond from Riverton.

Now’s your chance to win another one. You can win a 310 Stockman from the Buck Chairman Series if you know the answer to this week’s trivia question.

The question this week is: What’s game warden Joe Pickett’s badge number in the series of books written by C.J. Box?

Enter your answer in the “Leave a Comment” area below, and don’t forget to include your e-mail address so I can get ahold of you if you’re the winner.

Answer the question correctly and I’ll enter your name in the drawing. You need to enter before 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 31, though, and please, only one entry per person.

If you want to listen to today’s show, click here.

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2 Responses to Follow the link to win a Buck pocket knife

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  2. GF-54 — Ty, on a sidenote and a credit to the author this is very realistic. I think many folks would be surprised to know how few game wardens there are in our vast state. Considering that there are less than 60 wardens throughout Wyoming and the “greenies” are going to be issued higher numbers like Joe Pickett at 54, this is an accurate portrayl. It is also a good reminder of how important it is for ethical sportsman to be observant in the field to assist the Game and Fish. Thank you.
    Joshua Coursey
    2695 Alamosa Circle
    Green River, WY 82935
    http://www.muleyfanatic.com
    307-389-7495

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