On April 27th, Governor Justice approved House Bill 2694 to continue the defense of West Virginia’s Second Amendment rights. The 2nd Amendment Preservation Act protects the right to bear arms against potentially unconstitutional federal restrictions. To celebrate this milestone in protecting the 2nd, we have engraved a 1911 to commemorate this event.
This American-made Auto-Ordnance 1911 .45 ACP is a fully functional firearm. The engravings capture the signing of the bill, the historical Harpers Ferry Armory, and the key icons of the state. This event continues the legacy of West Virginia that Mountaineers are always Free. Limited to only 50 pistols, this will become a historical heirloom to add to your collection. Contact us today for availability.
Auto Ordnance 1911 .45 ACP Pistol
The 1911 pistol is an American Icon. Designed by legendary gunsmith John Browning, this pistol carries a history that is over 100 years old. Carried as a sidearm in the armed forces, the model is tried and true.
Experienced American Engraver
Our engraver has been perfecting his talent since 1979. Based out of Rapid City, SD, American values drive the high quality and precision of the engravings. Each pistol is carefully plated and engraved to give you the highest quality firearm. Not only is the detail exquisite but made to last for generations.
Only 50 Will Ever Be Made
There will only be 50 numbered pistols ever made. Keeping the edition size small will guarantee that you own a piece of history. Once the edition sells out, you demand the value of your firearm. This milestone will only happen once making this edition a one-of-a-kind.
Planning a fundraiser this year? This limited-edition pistol is the ideal item to raise funds for your organization. Firearms consistently bring the highest returns at fundraisers and what better way to celebrate your area than with this limited edition. Between its eye appeal, history and uniqueness, this pistol will drive the highest bid.
A Lasting Gift
Just as our history and values has been handed down to us, our firearm will continue to do the same. Since the edition is small and specifically made for West Virginia, there is always a desire to hold onto this. This 1911 will become an heirloom to add to your collection.