Soldier of Fortune Magazine’s Robert K. Brown’s Firearms at Auction

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Post by NHGF [Feed] » Tue Dec 10, 2019 2:57 am

ImageSoldier of Fortune Magazine's – Robert K. BrownKalispell, Montana – -( Robert K. Brown, USAR (Ret.) has lived a life of incredible adventure. He served in Vietnam as a Green Beret, trained troops and fought communists alongside them in hotspots around the globe and has defended the Second Amendment via his long-held seat on the NRA Board of Directors. In 1975, Brown founded Soldier of Fortune Magazine. Always willing to use the platforms he created to support his beliefs without the slightest regard for fallout sure to follow, Brown has been praised and damned in equal parts by those dumbstruck that such a person actually exists in today’s world. Now 87, Brown has elected to part with many of his special firearms and memorabilia gathered over the years. Some of his firearms are rare or unique, others created especially for him and many feature his special “007” serial number. These items will be auctioned on beginning December 8th and close December 20th. Sportsman’s Legacy, a firm specializing in the orderly monetization of fine and historic firearms, is presenting the items. For additional information contact Sportsman’s Legacy at [email protected] Please scroll down for images of Robert K. Brown (two) and a selection of sample items. Image Olympic Arms Schuetzen Pistol Works Street Deuce .45 ACP with serial number SOF001Image Detonics CombatMaster .45 ACP incorporating RKB’s 007 serial number.Image Colt Gunsite Pistol .45 ACP incorporating RKB’s 007 serial numberImage FN A5 Riot 12 gauge, Winchester Model 97 Riot, FN A5 Riot 12 gaugeImage Ruger Mini-14 GBF, Knight’s Manufacturing Stoner SR-25Image D-Max .45 ACP Rifle, Several Springfield Armory M1, M1A and Saint RiflesImage Wild West Co-Pilot .45-70 Marlin, Holloway Arms Model 7 HAC-7Image Grouping of four WWII air combat framed prints inscribed by Black Sheep One, Pappy Boyington