Nighthawk Custom Agent1 Pistol Charitable Auction

posted on May 23, 2017
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One of the hottest new guns unveiled at the 2017 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Atlanta, Ga., was the Nighthawk Custom Agent1. A collaboration between Nighthawk, Agency Arms, Railscales and Hillbilly 223, the Agent1 is a 9 mm Luger-chambered Commander-size M1911 that, beyond Nighthawk’s renowned quality, also features a Battle Worn Cerakote finish, custom G10 stocks, and an overall design that incorporates serrations, texturing and lightening cuts that lend the gun a very cool, futuristic appearance, but also provide real utilitarian advantages.

 

The Agent1 got a lot of attention in Atlanta, so much so that the limited 50-unit run of guns has already been completely sold. However, there is one more opportunity to purchase the Agent1, and donate to a good cause at the same time. Serial number NHA-001, the first gun of the series, is being auctioned at GunBroker.com right now, and all proceeds from the auction are being donated to the Special Operations Care Fund (SOC-F)—a 501(c)3 non-profit, 100% volunteer, charitable organization that raises money for the families of wounded or killed Special Operations Forces (SOF). 

    
   






The auction will run until 9 PM on June 4, 2017. To learn more about the Agent1 and its truly unique characteristics, visit nighthawkcustom.com. And for more information about the good work being done by SOC-F, check out the charity’s website at soc-f.org

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