Once in a while time comes to help our fellow man and this is one of those times. After the beloved spouse of one of our gunsmiths’ lost her battle with illness, we all came together to help his family in their time of need. All of the proceeds from this auction will go to help with their needs.
This is a one of a kind Wilson Combat Texas Ranger CQB Elite with all the proceeds going to help him. A CQB Elite built to match the Texas Ranger’s barbeque Pistols that we custom built exclusively for them. Custom built in .45acp in reverse two-tone with stainless accents, accompanied by items provided by the Rangers and with their complete support. Don’t miss your chance to acquire a one of a kind pistol for your collection.
Winner will provide payment and FFL for delivery. All federal, state, and local firearms laws will be followed. This pistol is not legal for sale in California.
Truly a one of a kind. This pistol like all CQB Elites is completely bullet Proof with every part fully CNC machined, right down to the G10 Starburst grips. Taking from the specifications used to build the pistols for the Texas Rangers and combining the best of them into one pistol, make this what the Rangers like to call “Barbeque guns”, they have to work every time and always look good.
Hand built with a stainless slide over a carbon frame, and sporting all stainless accents, gives the CQB Elite its Barbeque gun appeal. After being expertly hand fitted the slide is engraved with “Texas Rangers” in their chosen font and wearing the Texas Ranger Badge just like all of their pistols. Once the engraving is complete the slide is Armor-Tuffed Black to match the frame and the sides of the slide are polished to leave Black Armor-Tuff in the engraving and the flats polished stainless, making the inscriptions jump right off the slide.
This custom pistol was built with the complete permission of the Texas Rangers and due to their generosity will include a copy of “Working the Border” a Texas Ranger’s Story, which has been signed by every Texas Ranger along with a photo of all of them gathered in Austin in front of the capitol.