The GSCO Wounded Veteran Hunt Program was conceived in 2014 by a small group of GSCO members. It came into prominent focus at the 2015 Slam Quest Convention. That first year two wounded veterans were chosen and both were awarded Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep hunts. (See video link below)

Several generous donors stepped forward to perpetuate this great program at our 2016 convention. Besides thousands of dollars being raised, a very deserving veteran was awarded a Canada moose hunt in British Columbia. Because of the monies raised, at least two more hunting adventures will be given at the 2017 GSCO Slam Quest convention. Remember, this is all made possible by the generous individuals and businesses that have donated to GSCO’s Wounded Veteran Hunt Program.

The GSCO Wounded Veteran Hunt Program is overseen by a committee of American military veterans including Dan Adler (Air Force), Dale Martin (Marines), Keith Hite (Army), Seth Campbell (Army), and Harvey Trueblood (Navy). This committee evaluates all entries received and selects finalists each year. GSCO pays the air travel, hotel and convention expenses for the chosen veterans to come to Las Vegas, Nevada for the annual Slam Quest Convention.

Applicants must submit the following:
• A short written essay on why you desire and should be chosen to have this opportunity to hunt
• Branch of military service
• Military career information
• Military injury information
• Your current ability to hunt
• Your past hunting experiences
• Photos (both military and hunting if available)

If chosen as a finalist, you must be able to attend the 2017 GSCO Slam Quest Convention on January 25 – 28 at the Westgate Hotel in Las Vegas.

All entries must be received by December 16, 2016.
Email to:
Mail to:
Grand Slam Club/Ovis,
Attention: 2017 Wounded Veteran Hunt Program
P.O. Box 310727, Birmingham, AL 35231

Note: All entries must be received by the entry deadline. All entries become the exclusive property of GSCO, and none will be acknowledged or returned. GSCO is not responsible for incomplete, illegible, misdirected, misprinted, forged, tampered with, altered, late, lost, damaged, stolen, or postage-due submissions. All decisions by GSCO and the GSCO panel are final. GSCO shall have the right to modify, suspend, extend or terminate the Wounded Veteran Hunt Program at anytime without notice.

Or if you prefer

make a donation to the wounded veterans hunt program