Oliver North-Autographed Honor Defense Pistol to be Auctioned for Charity

posted on May 18, 2016

Honor Defense and Lt. Col. Oliver North (USMC Ret.) have teamed up to offer a 9 mm Honor Guard pistol to be auctioned in a Gunbroker.com "super charity" auction this summer. The Serial No. 1776 pistol features North’s autograph on the slide. The winning bidder will also receive an autographed copy of North’s latest book, "American Heroes on the Homefront," an autographed cap and a U.S. flag handmade by U.S. Army Green Berets. 

Proceeds from the auction will benefit the Duskins & Stephens Foundation, a Fort Bragg, N.C.-based organization whose mission is to support the families of fallen members of Special Operations Forces and the educational needs of children of active duty Special Operations Forces.

The auction will run from June 1 to July 4. Visitors to the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Louisville, Ky., can view the pistol at Honor Defense booth #6232,

To learn more about Honor Defense pistols, please enjoy the following articles and videos:

Keefe Report: New Gun Compnay on the Block—Honor Defense
Honor Defense Honor Guard Concealed-Carry Pistols
A First Look at 2016s New Guns

For more, visit honordefense.com



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