Cimarron Welcomes the NRA Annual Meeting and Exhibits to the Great State of Texas

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Cimarron Firearms Welcomes 150th NRA Meeting and Exhibits to Houston, Texas

Fredericksburg, Texas ( Cimarron Firearms, recognized as the leader in quality and authenticity in Old West replica firearms, will be exhibiting at the 150th NRA Annual Meeting and Exhibits, Sept. 3 – 5, 2021 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas. Cimarron Firearms will be camping out at booth 2547 and showcasing the guns that are part of the lore of the American West.NRA Show

Attendees to the NRA show will be able to see Cimarron’s newest models including the 1887 Lever Action Terminator® 12ga. Shotgun. The original was carried by Arizona Sheriff John Slaughter and helped establish the repeating shotgun platform. The new Lonesome Dove .44 Walkers will also make their first public showing. Designed to honor the fictional characters from Larry McMurtry’s blockbuster Pulitzer Prize-winning “Lonesome Dove” series, McCrae and Call, two former Texas Rangers, take one last, lifetime affirming cattle drive through Texas into the frontiers where they meet outlaws, heroes, Native Americans, settlers, and ladies of the night.

“Cimarron’s DNA is purely Texan. We started our first retail business, Bigfoot, right here in Houston, so this NRA show is like a homecoming for us at Cimarron Firearms,” Mike Harvey, founder and CEO of Cimarron Firearms, explained.  “We are proud to show the public the finest replicas of the guns that won the West.”

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About Cimarron Firearms:

Cimarron is the leader in quality and authenticity in replica firearms. For the past 30 years, Cimarron has worked continuously to perfect the authentic detail, fit, finish, and function of our line of frontier firearms. There is no other firearm that is near equal in value, strength, reliability, and authentic detail as is the line from Cimarron Firearms Co.

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Or not.


No. No they won’t.


LaPierre and a bunch of the other corrupt minions – a.k.a., Directors do not want to face the membership. Covid19 is just an excuse.
From a Benefactor Life Member


Can we spell…N-O-P-E……


No one told them it was cancelled, NRA probably kept their reservation deposit.


Reminds me of LBJ in the right stuff:

“CANCELED?!!! … Pansies! Cows! Gladiolas! Can anyone deal with a corrupt EVP?”


Would that be the same meeting that just got canceled???


It should be a fun time for all as many Texans with ropes are planning to “welcome” LaPierre in a manner that he richly deserves.


Editor: there’s a story in this same issue that the meeting was cancelled.


Since the Houston event is now cancelled I guess I’ll have to trek up to Fredericksburg to eyeball the new offerings. That’s only a bit over an hour – Day Trip! – instead of around 4 to H-town and a motel and traffic and crowds and crime. Hmm I guess I will have to think about this one for a bit………………….


If all the exhibitors showed up, it’d still be a successful show. They’d be missing about four dozen expected attendees, but open it to the public and thousands more will show up.