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Charles Daly Commemorative
Lever Action Rifle & 1873 Single
Both Serial #2 of 10
Here we have a matched set of premier replica firearms,
crafted by artisans to exacting standards, with exceptional materials,
bearing the specially assigned NRA serial number #2 of 10 on each. These are, of course, two of the most easily recognized treasures of 19th
Century America, integral fixtures of history in the "American West": John Browning's 1892 Wichester Lever Rifle and Sam Colt's 1873 Single Action Army Revolver.
These particular replica guns were commissioned by Charles Daly to benefit the National Rifle Association's Youth Endowment, supporting
programs that teach youngsters safe and responsible firearm use and enjoyment.
Review the photos. These are beautiful firearms. The #1 set sold last year for $20,0000 at the Annual NRA Foundation Banquet, in a contest that ended with a coin toss. Now y'all get a chance at the #2 set.
As before, all proceeds for this auction will benefit the NRA Youth Endowment, a significant portion of which
will be tax deductible to the auction's lucky winner. Be generous folks. This is for a good cause.
Both Rifle and Revolver are chambered in the period-correct .45 Long Colt
This auction is scheduled to close at the NRA Annual Meeting in Louisville, Kentucky. The winning bidder will be announced there.
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