Umarex USA has teamed with the U.S. Marshals Museum to offer a limited edition U.S. Marshals Museum commemorative airgun of the Colt Single Action Army Revolver, also known as the “gun that won the west.” The gun will display a U.S. Marshals emblem in the grip and will be numbered consecutively one to 500.
The Colt Peacemaker air pistol will be available as a 500 limited edition U.S. Marshals Museum commemorative model to order on a first-come-first-served basis to dealers who place an order at the 2015 SHOT Show. Orders will be taken at the Umarex booth in Las Vegas from January 20 through January 23. Dealers are limited to 30 guns and they are expected to sell out quickly.
“There are many historical firearms highly desired as collectibles, but not many can afford to own one,” said Richard Turner, vice president of sales and marketing at Umarex USA. “The U.S. Marshals Commemorative Colt Peacemaker air pistol not only gives the collector an opportunity to own a limited collectible replica airgun of the firearm dubbed ‘Peacemaker’ and ‘Equalizer,’ but it also helps us promote our nation’s oldest federal law enforcement agency.”
This is the second consecutive year that Umarex USA has offered a limited edition replica commemorative. At the 2014 SHOT Show, it offered a Colt 1911 commemorating World War II.
The Limited Edition U.S. Marshals Colt Peacemaker air pistol will serve as a tribute to our nation’s oldest federal law enforcement agency started by President George Washington and the first Congress 225 years ago.
About the U.S. Marshals Museum
The future U.S. Marshals Museum will be a national, as well as world-class, museum located on the banks of the Arkansas River in Fort Smith, Ark. Museum plans include 50,000 square feet of three galleries (A Changing Nation, Frontier Marshals and Marshals Today), a Hall of Honor, a national education center and more. The museum will highlight pivotal periods in our nation’s history, while honoring the sacrifice and service of the men and women of the U.S. Marshals Service. For more information, visit www.usmarshalsmuseum.com.