Special Edition Inland Custom Carry
Inland provided a Custom Carry 1911 to Baron Technology, for hand-engraving prior to auction. The Inland 1911 becomes a “must own” for 1911 and unique firearm collectors, with proceeds benefitting a great cause.
“Inland Manufacturing is proud to be a part of this project, teaming up with such a great organization as the Kids & Clays Foundation,” said Ron Norton, owner of Inland. “With Baron’s expert help, we are able to provide something of great value to help people at a time when they need it the most.”
“We are truly grateful to Inland Manufacturing, 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.”
The auction runs through Dec. 1. You can view the Inland pistol at gunbroker.com or kidsandclays.com.
Great Gun, Great Cause
The Inland Manufacturing .45 Caliber semi-automatic stands as a great carry or range gun, but the special and intricate, hand engraved “proof model” make this a once in a lifetime opportunity for any gun owner. By bidding on this work of art, you are not only getting a chance to own a very special, one of a kind handgun, but you are also supporting a very special charity.
Additionally, Baron Engraving worked with Inland to create a laser engraved edition of the Custom Carry. The companies will only release 100 of these special edition firearms. The first of those 100 laser engraved firearms are also available now on www.gunbroker.com and through kidsandclays.com.
“Kids & Clays is a shining star for the firearms industry. There isn’t a charity to which we can point that does more to ‘give back’ to our local communities,” said David Baron, of Baron Technology, “All of us are very proud to be supporting Kids & Clays auctions and shooting events all to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities.”
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