2023 NRA WLF Silent Auction: Plenty of Pistols Up for Bid

Among the hundreds of items up for bid in the Silent Auction are some of today's hottest personal-protection pistols.

by posted on April 6, 2023
Wlf 2023 Auction Pistols

The NRAWLF Silent Auction—now open for bidding— is one of the most popular events of the annual NRA Women’s Leadership Forum Luncheon & Auction, and has grown to include hundreds of items that go to the lucky high bidders. Of course, it wouldn’t be an NRA Auction without a selection of some of today's hottest firearms. 

This year there are at least 14 handguns (see images below: 13 semi-automatic pistols and one revolver), including the most sought-after personal-protection models like the wildly popular Springfield Hellcat, Taurus GX4, SIG Sauer P365 and a special-edition Ruger LCP II.

Want to get a closer look and learn more details about these guns and all of the other items before raising your silent paddle? That’s easy. Just go to NRAWLF.MURADBID.COM and click on “Auction Preview” at the top of page to take you to images and descriptions of all the guns, gear, jewelry, artwork and family adventures that are part of this year’s collection of auction items. Then register and start your bidding! Participants need not be present to win.

Proceeds will benefit the NRA and contributions, including the purchase of items in this auction, are not tax-deductible.

(Go to auction page for all details on these handguns)



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