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Helping Raise Money in Support of the Shooting Sports

Helping Raise Money in Support of the Shooting Sports

The NRA Foundation is auctioning off firearms this summer to raise money in support of the shooting sports. There will be 3 auctions throughout the summer taking place on GunBroker.com. Check out the firearms being auctioned off, and learn more about how you can place your bid!

CHRISTENSEN ARMS ELR RIFLE

Auction Dates: October 7 – October 30

New for 2016. Christensen Arms answers the call for a dedicated long-range hunting rifle. Overloaded with features, this rifle is prepared to deliver the payload at extended ranges – consistently. The proprietary auction and patented carbon fiber-wrapped barrel technology screams quality. Long-range has its challenges - the E.L.R levels the playing field. The realized benefit: you take home trophies – not stories about the one that got away.

To place your bid visit, http://www.gunbroker.com/item/583051919

FAXTON FIREARMS ARAK-21 XRS - SOLD for $2,725!



Auction Dates: August 12 – September 4

This firearm can only be described as the Rolls Royce of ARs – complete customized for the ultimate VIP experience. The ARAK-21 XRS is a complete rifle system, including Faxon Firearms' custom AR-15 lower receiver* and a rockin’ upper receiver designed to seamlessly interface with the standard AR-15 platform. For the NRA Foundation, Faxon ran a unique “Shadow Bronze” Cerakote, adding some deep black to Burnt Bronze for a one-of-a-kind ARAK.

Bidding is now closed.

FAUSTI SHOTGUN - SOLD for $4,700!

Auction Dates: September 9 – October 2

For the true firearm collector – this is a work of art you need to own. This Fausti Class over/under 20 gauge walnut stock shotgun has a 30” blue barrel finish with a silver receiver richly laser engraved with golden inlays. It is the perfect companion for bird hunting, skeet, trap and sporting clay shooting applications. A century-old gun making philosophy designed for today’s hunter.

Bidding is now closed. 

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