Honor Defense Secure Our Borders #911 Pistol to be Auctioned for C.O.P.S.

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posted on August 29, 2019
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Honor Defense is auctioning a custom patriotic pistol, with 100 percent of the proceeds to be donated to Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.).

The pistol, which is chambered in 9 mm with an FDE grip and features ambidextrous controls, is being auctioned on GunBroker.com. The winner will be selected on Sept. 2, 2019 at 2 p.m. You can access the auction here.

The pistol—called “The Wall”—is a one-of-a-kind gun featuring custom engraving donated by American Engraver. 

“Secure our Borders” is engraved on the right side of the slide. “The Wall” with barbed wire is engraved on the top; an American flag flies on the left; and “Making America Great Again” is engraved on the muzzle.

Honor Defense has reserved serial number #0000911 for this 100-percent American-made-with-American-parts pistol, which was built by a U.S. Navy veteran who served on the USS Carl Vinson, and was on board when they buried Osama bin Laden. 

All proceeds benefit C.O.P.S., a non-profit organization that helps the family and friends of fallen officers help to rebuild their lives. C.O.P.S. programs and services are funded by grants and donations.

“America’s law enforcement deserves our support," said Gary Ramey, president of Honor Defense. "Officers along the border have a particularly difficult job and we are pleased to develop a pistol in their honor. We are also pleased that several agencies have approved Honor Defense pistols for back-up and off-duty usage.”

For more, visit C.O.P.S. and Honor Defense.

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