SWFA Trade-In Program

SWFA Trade-In Program
SWFA accepts trades for just about anything of value. Click on the link below and fill out the appraisal form.

Here are the final results for the 2009 / 2010 SWFA Photo Contest .

SWFA is currently investigating fraudulent vote entries and will be adjusting vote totals to include only legitimate votes.

Richard Mills
It was the first day of rifle buck season 2009 and my son and I were sitting together in our favorite treestand "The Hut" waiting anxiously for day break. I was carring my 7mm wsm with my nikon scope...
Jeffrey Sandhofer
My photo is of my Winchester 69A Match bolt action 22LR topped with a Nikon scope via a Weaver side mount. My Grandfather purchased this gun in the late 1940’s for my Dad and his three brothers to co...
Ted W.
December 5th was a very cold day for Texas (mid 20's), and one of the few days this fall that it actually stopped raining for longer than 10 minutes! I waded through the icy mud to a tripod stand I w...
Brian Stewart
Pictured is my 17 year old daughter Morgan with her 11 point whitetail deer she harvested using her Savage rifle, custom painted by her brother and outfitted with a Swarovski 4-12x 50 American scope p...
Mike Effertz
I took my girls (7 and 9 years old) turkey/deer hunting down on the river bottom in Parker County (Thanks Stewart Family) one evening. Out of the trees that we had just walked through came 9 turkeys ...
Paul Williams
Several of the items in this photo came from SWFA the Burris 20-60x80 Landmark spotter, 3-9x24 SS, Badger Ordnance, 30 moa base, Badger Ordnance Rings and the Trijicon TA442 amber triangle 1.5x. Some...
Marty Schneider
Debby Schneiders first time to go on a hunt. First time to shoot at a Mule deer in West Texas using her AR with a SWFA purchased Super Sniper scope. After making a 100 yd neck shot she and her hunti...
Josh Wayner
1/3 of a mile is no trouble for the Savage 12 and SS 10x. It can make for a long, almost boring day ringing steel at 600 yards. Boring is good in this sense, and probably the only way it is ever goo...
William Goodrich
The successful Montana Mule deer hunt was with the help of the Swarovski 3-10x42 American. The long distance shots against the setting sun made this choice the best one. The 300 yard shot (one shot)...
Wes Williams
This is the long awaited Variable SS 3-9x42 FFP mil mil scope. You can tell its L O N G A W A I T E D because the poor sad lonesome rifle behind it has no scope to complete its mission in life. The ...
Paul Turpin
After purchasing a SWFA Super Sniper for my Savage precision rifle, my partner SGT Russ Marta bought a SS 20x42 for his Savage 10FCP in.308. Our friend Allen Willis of Ragged Edge FX put on the aweso...
Charlie Simmons
I was hunting near the Double Mountains outside of Aspermont, Texas and was scoping 1 out of 3 100 lb hogs when this 285 boar stepped out and scattered the trio like quail. The .270 Rem. 7400 and Leu...
Blanca Buentello
My first time shooting a gun.... I would say I did pretty good!! The three shots you see scattered in the top right of the target were my very first shots.... at 100 yards! I think I am addicted now ;...
Robert Gager
This was shot during a full scale port readiness exercise the rangefinders I purchased from SWFA were used to range and document our rangecards which will be available should any critical incidents ha...
Robert Henslee
I got drawn for a once in a lifetime desert bighorn sheep in Arizona unit 16A which only had one tag available. Spent 2 weeks scouting prior to the start date of 1 December and saw lots of smaller ra...
Jarried Chapman
This is the result of our 2009 varmint tournament we hunted last year. We placed third. The gun bipoded on the right is a winchester .243 with a Nikon Monarch 3.5x10x44 Mil Dot which was used to tak...
Marc Goldberg
In May 2009, I headed north to Alberta for a spring bear hunt. I hunted with a Thompson Center 50 caliber muzzleloader topped with a Zeiss Conquest 3-9x40 from SWFA. I would only have one good shot ...
Scott Holmes
Pictured is my Blue Wildebeest with my pre-72, Sako Finnbear in 300 Win Mag, adorned by a Nikon Monarch UCC 4-16 AO scope. Great optics for both close and long range. We spotted a herd of Blue Wild...

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