Lew Horton Distributing, Baron Technology, Inc. and GunBroker.com are partnering to help critically ill children and their families through the Kids & Clays Foundation, NSSA-NSCA’s official charity. Kids & Clays supports a national series of shooting events, with proceeds benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Lew Horton has provided a Colt 1911 to Baron Technology (BTI), who exquisitely hand-engraved the firearm for auction on GunBroker.com. BTI artisan Rob Bunting did the engraving. Known for its special editions, this Lew Horton Colt 1911 in .45 caliber is certainly a must-own for Colt and other unique firearm enthusiasts, with proceeds going to a great cause.
In its own right, the Colt Mark IV Government Series .45 semiauto is a great carry or range gun, but the special bluing and intricate, hand engraving make this a special opportunity for any gun owner. By bidding on this work of art, you are not only getting a chance to own a one-of-a-kind handgun, but you are also supporting a very special charity.
“We are truly grateful to Lew Horton Distributing, Baron Technology and GunBroker for providing us the opportunity to raise funds for our cause,” said Doug Jeanneret, executive director of the Kids & Clays Foundation. “This is a chance to own an amazing custom handgun, while at the same time helping countless critically ill children and their families in their time of greatest need. All three companies are to be commended.”