NRA Annual Meeting & Exhibits
The National NRA Foundation Banquet
Event Date Thursday, April 9, Doors open at 5:00 PM
Grand Ballroom, Music City Center
Sponsored by:
Cabela's
Sponsored by:
Kimber
Sponsored by:
Zeiss
Sponsored by:
Universal Coin and Bullion
Sponsored by:
Henry

Kick off your weekend at the 2015 Annual Meetings with the National NRA Foundation Banquet and Auction, Thursday evening April 9th. Featuring many opportunities to win and bid on exclusive firearms, outdoor gear and unique merchandise and hunts, this year's event will feature an exciting evening of food, games and silent and live auctions. Be sure to join other Second Amendment enthusiasts for a night of incredible fundraising and fun, and support the next generation by leaving a legacy for the future of America's shooting traditions. All proceeds benefit The NRA Foundation. Please continue to check back for more information. For sponsorship opportunities and donation inquiries please contact Nicole McMahon at nmcmahon@nrahq.org

Foundation Banquet

Cruise the open road in style on a custom NRA-themed motorcycle built by Orange County Choppers and donated to The NRA Foundation by Century Arms. The one of-a-kind bike, just unveiled during the 2015 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, will be the live auction showcase item during the National NRA Foundation Banquet and Auction on April 9, 2015, in Nashville, Tennessee.

Designed through a combined effort by the NRA, Century Arms, and Orange County Choppers, the bike is a billboard on two wheels that any NRA supporter would be proud to own. Its low, slender profile gives the Pro Street bike a bullet-like appearance and the gunmetal and black paint job is sure to turn heads. Additionally, the bike is adorned with the NRA seal, Century Arms emblem, and features design elements from the AK-style rifles Century Arms is known for that will let everybody know where you stand when it comes to the Second Amendment. Read more by clicking here.

Place your bid today! Contact John da Silva, Industry Partnerships Director, at (703) 267-1356 or jdasilva@nrahq.org.

When the Model 1860 went into production, only about 200 rifles were manufactured with iron frames before the more common brass frame was adopted. Now, for the first time, Henry is recreating the iron frame Model 1860, and this is the number one gun of the series. The lever action gun fires .44-.40 and features case-hardened steel receiver, lever and buttplate, a fancy American Walnut stock and a 24-inch blued steel barrel. Bid now! http://bit.ly/HenryIronFrame

Introduced in 1873, no Colt revolver has earned greater fame than the Single Action Army. Colt produced this gun as the prototype for their 200th Commemorative series celebrating founder Samuel Colt's 200th birthday. This .45 caliber Single Action Army revolver features a 7.5-inch barrel, all royal blue finish, and a black powder frame. This custom edition also features a 24k gold etched and plated Samuel Colt bust on the left side of the cylinder along with 24k gold plated side screws, hammer, trigger, and Samuel Colt's signature. Bid now! http://bit.ly/Colt200th

This Model 89 features the engraved signature of Hank Williams, Jr., by Weldon Lister. WMD Guns applied the final coating prior to the firearm's finishing at the Big Horn Armory, Inc., factory.

The lever action gun, the first lever action gun specifically designed for the .500 S&W Magnum, features a #1 Walnut stock, hunter black finish, 18-inch carbine barrel, letter of provenance signed by Hank Williams, Jr., and an authentication letter by Weldon Lister. It was signed on December 31, 2013, at a concert honoring the 60th anniversary of the passing of Hank Williams, Sr. Bid now! http://bit.ly/HankJrRifle