2021 NRA Women's Leadership Forum Auction Spotlight: 3 Modern Sporting Rifles

We wish we could have seen you in Houston, but winning the bid on one of these MSRs will be (almost) as good!

by posted on August 31, 2021
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The COVID-19 pandemic put the kibosh on our 2021 NRA Women's Leadership Forum Luncheon, but that doesn't mean that you're going to miss out on all of the fun. After all, the NRA Women's Leadership Forum Silent Auction is online, and (as far as we know, anyway) the Internet is immune to COVID. That's why we're excited to spotlight three different and deeply desirable modern sporting rifles today. Whether you call them MSRs, "black guns" or AR-15s, what we call them is "fun." Which one of these fun-to-shoot rifles tickles your fancy? Best of all, you don’t have to be an NRA Woman to bid; this online auction is open to everyone, so please share with the women AND men among your family, friends​ and freedom-loving firearm community. Bidding ends on Friday, Sept. 3, 2021 at 1:30 p.m., so don't wait! Register here, and best of luck with your bids!

Springfield SAINT Victor 5.56

For years, everyone wondered why Springfield wasn't making AR-15s. The answer, as it turns out, was that Springfield insisted on engineering an AR-15 that wasn't a clone of everyone else's, but a true Springfield product. That means solid, accurate, reliable shooting at a price Americans can afford. This version of the SAINT, the Victor, is chambered in 5.56 and was generously donated by Springfield Armory. The full-length 15" aluminum handguard has ample M-Lok real estate for accessories and reaches out far enough to accommodate modern shooting styles. The mid-length gas system ensures reliable operation, smooth function and long life. Want a SAINT? Click here to bid on yours.

LWRCI-DI 5.56

Some time ago, LWRCI released its Diadem, an AR-15 designed specifically for women. Now the Diadem has a daughter, the Lady Di. (The "DI" in "diadem" stands for Direct Impingement, you see!) The LWRCI-DI is direct impingement done right; made with the same craftsmanship and design excellence that comes with every LWRCI firearm, the DI is now available with LWRCI's specified M-LOK Rail. This gun boasts high performance features such as fully ambidextrous controls, a monoforged upper receiver with modular M-LOK one-piece free float rail and LWRCI's cold hammer-forged Nicor-treated spiral-fluted barrel. Generously donated by LWRCI; you can bid on a Lady Di of your own right here.

Radical Firearms Wylde .223

The Radical Firearms Wylde wasn't made for a man, a woman, a pro shooter or even a beginner. The Radical Firearms Wylde AR-15 was made for people who appreciate accurate, reliable shooting fun. This 16" medium contour .223 Wylde AR rifle uses MIL-STD upper and lower receivers, along with a15" RPR free float rail system for increased accuracy. This keeps your hands cool while giving you plenty of room for accessories. This amazing black gun was generously donated by Radical Firearms; you can put your bid in here.

These are just three of the awesome items available for bidding at the Women's Leadership Forum Online Silent Auction! There are guns, jewelry, home goods, gear, concealed carry purses and even some ammo ready for the taking. Find the Online Silent Auction here to preview the items (new items added every day!) and register.

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