Shooting Industry Masters Gun Auction

Shooting Industry Masters Custom Guns Up For Bid At

( – FMG Publications has teamed with to auction one-of-a-kind Shooting Industry Masters custom gun packages with proceeds benefitting the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) First Shots program.

Shooting Industry Masters Gun Auction

Listed here are three custom guns up for auction to benefit First Shots:

Custom STI Duty One Lite 4.0 1911: The STI Duty One Lite has a 4″ barrel, aluminum frame anodized finish, a tactical accessory rail and unique 1911 slide serrations. Custom touches from TMT Tactical include tri-topped machine milled slides, Cerakote slide in sniper grey and a smoothed trigger and action. Additionally, this custom STI comes with a leather holster with genuine Rayskin inserts from Jason Winnie. GunBroker clients can enter the bidding here:

Volquartsen Custom Scorpion .22 Target Pistol: A lightweight target pistol, the Scorpion features a 1911-style frame with a Hogue Monogrip, along with the redesigned LLV-barreled receiver. It has a 6″ barrel with an integral Picatinny rail machined into the top of the receiver, a target rear sight with a Hi-Viz front sight and the Volquartsen Competition bolt. GunBroker clients can enter the bidding here:

Mag-na-port Custom S&W Model 686: This classic Model 686 .357 has upgraded Performance Center touches and Mag-na-port has customized it to make it a one-of-a-kind custom revolver. Custom touches include Velvet Hone matte glass beaded finish, Mag-na-port service revolver porting, a lightened single- and double-action trigger pull and more! It also comes with a handmade, all-leather holster from Purdy Gear. GunBroker clients can enter the bidding here:

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“Thanks to the tremendous generosity of several manufactures and custom gun makers, one hundred percent of the proceeds from these auctions will go directly to First Shots to help support, promote and introduce thousands of new shooters to the shooting sports each year,” says Roy Huntington, American Handgunner publisher. “Your winning bid will help support this program — and you’ll come away with a fine, custom handgun at the same time!”

“This year marks the 10th anniversary of the First Shots program. Thanks to the help of FMG Publications and all of the participants of the Shooting Industry Masters, we’ve helped over 50,000 people take their first shots,” said Tisma Juett, First Shots manager. “The more people who are educated in firearms safety, education and responsibility, the more our industry will be able to continue to grow and prosper.”

More than 400 industry representatives, ranging from top administrators and factory personnel to professional shooters, will compete in the 13th Annual Shooting Industry Masters July 24-25 at the Claythorne Lodge in Kansas. The Shooting Industry Masters is owned and operated by FMG Publications. For more information on the Masters, visit