Cabot Guns Donates Custom M1911 To National Firearms Museum

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posted on February 27, 2015
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During the NRA Board of Directors’ January meetings, Cabot Guns presented a custom M1911 to the board for display at the National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, Va. Based on Cabot Guns’ Jones Deluxe model, the one-of-a-kind firearm was manufactured from a single block of 4140 billet steel. Featuring a mirror finish and fine Circassian walnut, this particular pistol bares a custom serial number of NRAMUSEUM. For more information regarding Cabot Guns, visit cabotguns.com. Details concerning the National Firearms Museum and its world-class exhibits can be found at nramuseum.org.

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