Fundraiser features Hollywood western stars on custom Colts
Las Vegas, Nevada -
What do Roy Rogers, John Wayne, Hopalong Cassidy, Gene Autry, Tom Mix, and Monte Hale have in common? For the first time ever, they're all starring - along with eight other western stars - on the same silver screen. No, I'm not talking about some long-lost super western that has been recently discovered in the dusty attic of a Hollywood studio. Instead, I'm talking about a project called "Silver Screen Legend XVIII" by the Happy Trails Children's Foundation. The silver screen of sorts that I'm referring to is the sterling silver gunmetal of a pair of Colt Single Action Army revolvers, complete in a Buscadero-style hand-carved leather double rig with silver conchos.
Happy Trails Children's Foundation in Apple Valley, California, is continuing the work of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans in helping neglected and abused children. It is also the only known children's charity in the country that actively supports shooting sports, the Second Amendment, and responsible gun ownership.
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