Win Larry Vickers' Personal Wilson Combat Elite 1911 Pistol

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posted on July 15, 2016
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Wilson Combat and Larry Vickers are teaming up to give away Vickers' personal .45 ACP Wilson Combat Vickers Elite 1911 pistol. The proceeds of the sale will benefit the Guns for a Cause charity, which works philanthropically within the firearm industry. Vickers is a retired U.S. Army 1st SFOD-Delta combat veteran with years of experience in the firearm industry as a combat marksmanship instructor and industry consultant, and this particular 1911 is loaded with all of his most-valued features that make it his idea of the ultimate tactical 1911. The pistol was used by him as a demonstration gun in his training classes, as well as a personal carry gun. The firearm has been thoroughly inspected by Vickers, and is valued at $3850. You can enter to win it here.

Guns For A Cause has worked to support charitable organizations such as Kara’s HoPE, The Hero911 foundation, Tampa Green Berets and many others. It’s free to enter the drawing. Charitable donations are optional and will go to support the administration and charitable work of Guns for a Cause. The drawing will be held on Sept. 6, 2016, but be sure to check all the rules and regulations here.

See more of the Vickers Elite Model in action in this video. For more on Wilson Combat, please visit WilsonCombat.com.

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