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Winner, winner, chicken dinner! I'm not sure how that expression originated but if I won I'd want lobster or filet mignon dinner. Regardless, Bob C. from Louisiana is the lucky new member to win the Crimson Trace Rail Master Pro, model CMR-204.
The Rail Master Pro combines a Green Laser Sight & Tactical Light in a single compact unit. This versatile unit is designed to fit most modern pistols, plus rifles and shotguns with an M1913 Picatinny or Weaver-style accessory rail.
The green laser provides up to 1 hour of continuous use on a single CR2 Lithium battery. The powerful 100 Lumen white light offers target identification in the dark. The unit features four operational modes including: Laser/Light Constant On, Laser Constant On, Light Constant On, and Laser w/Light Dazzler. Activation is instant, with Tap On, Tap Off controls and a programmed Auto Shut Off at five minutes to conserve battery life.
So I did a little digging on the origin of the expression and the exact origin of the phrase winner winner chicken dinner is disputed. It may have come from gamblers. The most popular origin story of the term is that a chicken dinner at a Las Vegas casino used to cost $2, the same amount as a standard bet. So, if you won a bet, you won a chicken dinner.