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In 1973, when the National Wild Turkey Federation was founded in Fredericksburg, Va., there were approximately 1.3 million wild turkeys throughout North America.
After decades of dedicated work, that number has reached more than 6 million turkeys—an accomplishment considered by many to be one of the greatest success stories in wildlife conservation.
Thanks to the collaborative efforts of its volunteers and committed partners, the NWTF continues to make an impact on conservation and outreach efforts.
Each set includes a lever action Henry® Golden Boy Silver with 20” barrel chambered in .22 S/L/LR with special serial numbers 50NWTF001-200.
for the first time, SK Customs® debuts a new model Smith and Wesson® 1911 engravers E-Series with 5” barrel chambered in .45acp with special numbers 001 of 200.
Each collector will receive the matching numbers in the set.
genuine American walnut stock reflects turkey tracks leading up to the NWTF’s 50th logo (the first 50 years) and continuing over to the opposite side reflecting the next 50 years forward.
a turkey beard begins a similar “Uniquely Custom®” turkey feather scroll leading up to a 24k Gold engraved image of two gobblers.
On the left of the rifle a continuation of custom turkey beard and feathered scroll two wild turkeys in flight.
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“Healthy Habitats. Healthy HarvestS.” is featured on the handguard of the Henry Golden Boy as a reminder that the NWTF and its volunteers and partners are making sure the future of the wild turkey stays strong for years to come.
The 1911 includes similar turkey tracks with the NWTF’s 50th logo engraved into genuine American walnut grips. The designs on both sides of the 1911 were created to match the rifle receiver. The serrations on the 1911 are uniquely embellished with the NWTF’s logo, never seen before on any collectors 1911 firearm.
The top of both the Henry Golden Boy and the Smith & Wesson 1911 presents a turkey feathered arrow surrounded with a feathered scroll pointing to the NWTF’s 50th logo in 24k Gold.
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