The NRA was founded in 1871, and the beautiful Commemorative Colt Single Action Army revolver has a genuine 1871-dated U.S. Quarter Eagle gold coin in the grip.
Beaumont, Texas (PRWEB) April 11, 2014
NRA members who visit the upcoming National Rifle Association Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Indianapolis, Indiana, April 25-27 2014, will have a chance to win a limited edition Colt revolver with a gold coin in the grip or a Krieghoff Semprio In-Line Repeater hunting rifle.
The revolver and the rifle, each valued at over $5,000, will be given away by Universal Coin & Bullion (http://www.UniversalCoin.com) of Beaumont, Texas, a co-sponsor of both the 2014 NRA Foundation Banquet and NRA Prayer Breakfast events.
"The NRA was founded in 1871, and the beautiful Commemorative Colt Single Action Army revolver has a genuine 1871-dated U.S. Quarter Eagle gold coin in the grip," said Michael Fuljenz, President of Universal Coin & Bullion.
"The mintage of 1871 Quarter Eagles is tiny compared to today's production of coins. Only about 27,000 were made and the number of surviving examples is undoubtedly a small fraction of the total produced for circulation. Quarter Eagles have a face value of $2.50, but each one contains about $160 of gold at today's prices," explained Fuljenz, an award-winning numismatic author known as America's Gold Expert®.
"The Krieghoff Semprio rifle’s in-line repeating motion is a revolutionary new design for a hunting rifle. Its objective is to maintain a steady rifle and hand position and enhances the ability to fire accurately and quickly. Semprio barrels are specially coated to prevent corrosion under varying weather conditions hunters encounter, and the Semprio stock is made from fine walnut," said Fuljenz.
NRA members can register for the prize drawings for the free Colt 1871 Commemorative Single Action Army revolver and the Krieghoff Semprio rifle by visiting the Universal Coin & Bullion booth (#6859, 6571) during the 143rd NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits (http://www.NRAam.org) in the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. Registration for the prize drawings is free.
Fuljenz will be meeting daily with NRA member-visitors at the booth to talk about gold coins as part of investment diversification strategies, and he will autograph complimentary copies of his latest award-winning gold guide. The informative guide was honored as The Best Dealer Publication by the prestigious Numismatic Literary Guild (NLG) and recognized as The Best Brochure by the Press Club of Southeast Texas.
Fuljenz also will be a featured speaker on the topic of investing in gold at the Freedom First Financial Seminar at 11 am on Saturday, April 26, 2014, in room 138 of the convention center.
For additional information about the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, visit online at http://www.NRAam.org.
For additional information about Universal Coin & Bullion, visit online at http://www.UniversalCoin.com or call (800) UCB-GOLD.