Several pistols to choose from, please feel free to look them over. Everything you see here is in our store and ready for purchase.
Lovely introquete engraving with Mother of Pearl inlaid grips, there are no words to describe how beautiful this gun is. Would make a great wedding or anniversary gift. At only $5995.00 its worth every penny as it will only go up in value over the years, this lovely gun is for both the collector and the shooter; this is what BBQ guns were made to look like! Stop by the shop and take a look at it in person, there are no pictures that can adequately show the beauty in this piece.
Colt M45A1 C.Q.B Marine Corp Edition, comes with a pelican case, extra magazines and cleaning kit. This is what the officers in the U.S.M.C carry when they go out in the desert. Each one has the scan code on the side like what is used to check them in and out of the armory and, the EGA serial number. It’s bargain at $3495.00 for anyone who has served in any branch, but defiantly for someone who served in the Corps. Come by and take a look in person and see what this gun has to offer. A 1911 made by the makers of the 1911, can’t get much better than that!!
Colt Government Premier .38 Super, one of only 200 made. With the gold inlays and accents, it’s a work of art as much as it is a weapon. A 5” barrel and only weighs 38oz it’s easily a gun that mom would carry with her or that you could take to the range or even a BBQ! At $3495.00 it’s a great buy! It has mother of pearl grips and gold accents as well as the gold pony on the grips that will set it apart from other guns. The engraving is nicely done with the overall look of something that royalty would carry.
Colt Sheriff’s Texas Sesquicentennial Commemorative .45 Colt revolver. Beautiful gold inlay work on a revolver that harnesses the spirit and pride of Texas. At only $3995.00 it’s something that will remind you of our proud heritage and why everything is better in Texas. The Alamo depicted on the grip with the Come and take it wording also done it bright gold, there is the Texas flag on the cylinder that has never been turned. Along with the Texas Sesquicentennial 1836-1986 in the barrel... Looking at this beautiful piece evokes images of John Wayne and Texas pride. Have to see it appreciate the beauty of this piece.