Madison Rising to Perform Live at the Cabot Guns Exhibit, April 14, NRA Convention, St. Louis

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Conservative Rock Band Madison Rising will perform an acoustic version of their hit song “Right to Bear Arms” on April 14, 2012 at 3:00 pm at the Cabot Booth Exhibit during the NRA Annual Convention in St. Louis.

Madison Rising brings great rock music back to the forefront of popular culture. With songs ranging from the guitar heavy opening track "Right To Bear," to the hauntingly epic sounds of "Honk If You Want Peace," to the beautiful violins of "Hallowed Ground," it is clear that this band is on a mission to not only make great music, but also send a message that American culture is alive and well.

Madison Rising promotes the principles of liberty, independence, smaller government and personal responsibility.

“We are pleased to present Madison Rising at the NRA Convention,” said Cabot Guns President Robert Bianchin. “Cabot Guns is a strong supporter of both the 2nd Amendment and the arts.”

Lead Vocalist - Dave Bray: Dave was born in Yorkshire England to American parents while his father worked for the NSA. His family relocated to Jefferson, Pennsylvania at age 5. A dedicated patriot, Dave served in the U.S. Navy for four years as an 8404 FMF corpsman for 2nd battalion 2nd marines, and while at Camp Johnson in North Carolina, won the coveted Top Dog Award.

Also at the Cabot Guns booth will be Brian “Gunny” Zins product Ambassador for the Cabot Gun Company. Brian “Gunny” Zins has a rather storied history in the world of shooting. While popularly known from his appearances on the History Channel's “Top Shot: season two,” many shooting enthusiasts know of Brian's impressive off-screen background. A recently-retired Marine, Brian is a ten-time NRA Pistol Champion and holds more than 30 national records in NRA Indoor and Outdoor Conventional Pistol Shooting. A competitive shooter for the Marine Corps Pistol team and FBI trained, Brian is also a Marine Corps instructor in combat marksmanship.

Gunny and Dave Bray will be available to sign autographs and meet fans.

A short history on Cabot Guns: The Cabot trademark was launched on April 26, 2011. Cabot Guns are boutique investment grade pistols described as the “Rolls Royce of 1911’s” by the Blue Book of Gun Values and the first 1911 National Match Grade pistols that are built to without hand fitting. This is possible because all components within a Cabot gun are standardized to exacting specifications. This means that all parts are interchangeable without gunsmithing. This is a feature Cabot Guns refers to as “clone technology.”

Cabot Guns is collaboration between Cabot Guns and Penn United Technologies Inc., a world-leading precision manufacturer. Together, they design, build and market seven model 1911 handguns.

Cabot guns are machined from solid blocks of 4140 billet steel to within tolerances of 2/10,000th of an inch. Cabot believes our frames and slides are the most highly-engineered components ever made for a 1911. Penn United Technologies' proprietary technology allows the frame and slide of a Cabot 1911 to be completely interchangeable with other Cabot 1911 frames and slides. This is unheard of in our industry.

To see Cabot Guns please visit Booth 3042 at NRA National Convention and Exhibit in St. Louis, Missouri.

Cabot Guns by Penn United Technologies, Inc. is located at 799 N. Pike Road, Cabot, PA. Please visit and

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