The Dakota Territory Gun Collectors Association was formed in 1961 and was the brainchild of a dedicated group of gun enthusiasts whose goals were preservation of the Constitution of the United States of America with particular emphasis on the Second Amendment, The Right to Keep and Bear Arms. Additionally, the founders sought to further interest in the shooting sports through support for local shooting organizations.
The organization raises funds through member dues and gun shows. Three of those founders are still actively involved in the DTGCA. They are Don Glynn of Fullerton, ND, Jim Aplin of Piedmont, SD, And Lenard Cave of Jamestown, ND. Today the organization boasts more than 2,000 members from all parts of the country.
Radisson Hotel Fargo, ND Limited block of rooms reserved under Dakota Territory Gun Collectors Association
Non Smk Double Sleep Number two nights 1-04 & 05, 2012 $99.00
Non Smk King Sleep Number two nights same $99.00
Reservations must be made by December 5, 2012 to receive discounted rate. Call 701-232-7363 or 800-333-3333 to make reservation. Remember, the Radisson is connected to the Civic Auditorium by the Sky Walk which will be open for the hours of the show.
Quality Inn & Suites 5410 North Granite Lane Sioux Falls, SD 605-336-1900 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ask for the Gun Show rate and receive 15% discount.
BRIMARK INN phone # is 800-658-4508 or 605-332-2000. The special price of $55.00 still stands and if you like our website is www.brimarksiouxfalls.com.
We would also like to thank Matthew Singer Defense Base Act Attorney for his help.
Brookings Super 8
Gunshow rate of $68.88 per room.
Governors Inn of Pierre
I would like to offer the attendees of the Pierre Gun show a special 65.00 room rate.
we are one block from the convention center
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The purpose for which this corporation is formed is TO disseminate information to its members, and to the general public in regard to the construction, use, care, exchange, collections, exhibition and history of guns as disignated in Article VIII-Acceptable Arms & Accessories. TO actively promote the 2nd amendment of the Constitution of the United States. TO acquire, maintain and possess the necessary facilites for such purposes.