Known for bending rare meteorite and wooly mammoth teeth into astounding custom .45s, Cabot Guns has produced a special commemorative Trump 1911.
“Merry Christmas!! We have much to be grateful for indeed. #Trump45 #PresidentElect45,” the company posted to social media on Monday alongside an image of a golden GI longslide with “TRUMP 45” in all caps along the gleaming slide.
No word on if the future 45th President– a fan of gold embellishments who has shown enthusiasm for returning to the gold standard– commissioned the iconic piece or Cabot did it just because, but it’s pretty upmarket either way.
For more of Cabot’s top-shelf 1911s, check out the sampling below from their IG account– including their new American Joe Commander, which will be new next month.
NEW for SHOT; The American Joe Commander – Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. In the Declaration of Independence the founding fathers saw some rights as "unalienable" (inherent in nature) and others as "alienable" (granted by law". Folks can choose to give up some of their unalienable rights to live on a society that grants – and guarantees – a greater protection of other rights. In the preamble to the Bill of Rights, Jefferson invoked "certain unalienable rights" but only stated two: a general right to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" and the specific right of the people to "alter and abolish" a tyrannical government if it threatened their inalienable rights.
The B.P. PIstol. A thaw takes place on the Tundra and the remains of a 11,000 year old wooly mammoth is revealed. It's tooth recovered, traded and transformed into a set of grips for a gun crafted from a block of steel to tolerances more like a scientific instrument more than a pistol. Next, the art of hand polish to a mirror finish, and finally a tough as nails diamond like carbon coating. All good now for another 11,000 years. American craftsmanship is alive and well and a symbol of self reliance and freedom is elevated to its rightful place.