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.
Cabot Guns Donates Custom M1911 To National Firearms Museum
Not many modern sporting rifles were chambered for the .224 Valkyrie cartridge when it was officially unveiled at the 2018 SHOT Show, except for the Savage MSR 15 Valkyrie.
Champion Traps & Targets is continuing support for the Kids & Clays Foundation, and helping raise funds for Ronald McDonald House Charities.