By Lars Dalseide | October 14 2011 08:42

You're going to be in Texas this weekend? Somewhere around the Fort Worth area? Then you should be heading to the Texas Gun Collectors Association show at Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame. Adding to the already unbelievable assembly of pistols, rifles and shotguns, the NRA National Firearms Museum will be there too. And what are they bringing? Some of the coolest 1911s you've ever seen.

Straight from the 1901 to 1911 trials, you'll see pistols took a shot at the title including Luger, .45 ACP Savage serial number 1 and Colt Model 1907, Grant Hammond .45 ACP serial number 1, and Colt 1911 serial number 4. Historic guns from WWII heroes Joe Foss and Admiral Lee will be there along with one of the storied Texas Ranger's 1911. Here's a bit from Museum Director Jim Supica:

The Texas Gun Collectors Association show is far from the largest, but it has the perfect combination of event and venue, featuring lots of historic old Texas guns on display and for sale in the old airy brick stable that houses the Cowboy Hall of Fame in the colorful Fort Worth stockyards districts (replete with daily cattle drives down the main street). Attendees are guaranteed to see great guns and have a good time.

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