Ballistic Bling: 5 Scintillating WLF Auction Finds

The NRA Women's Leadership Forum Luncheon & Auction is in full swing. Here's how to get in on the bidding action now!

by posted on May 12, 2022
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We’re only two weeks out from the annual NRA Women’s Leadership Forum Luncheon & Auction! Now in its 16th year, the event is one of the most highly anticipated to take place during the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits. If you haven’t heard, this year’s keynote will be delivered by Virginia’s remarkable Lieutenant Governor, Winsome Earle-Sears, so if you plan to be in Houston for the show, May 27-29, be sure to reserve your ticket to hear this amazing speaker. We should also note that all proceeds from this year's WLF Auction will benefit NRA-ILA.

Almost as much of a draw to the luncheon as its dynamic speakers is the opportunity to bid on hundreds of one-of-a-kind items through a silent auction, as well as in-person bidding for spectacular hunting and travel opportunities and more. The good news is you don’t have to wait until the date of the luncheon—May 27, 2022—to submit a bid on many of the items, nor do you have to be present to win.

Here's how to make sure you are in on the action: Text nrawlf to 56651 to register for the NRA Women’s Leadership Forum Online Auction—and please note that this auction is open to everyone, not just women!

The auction can also be accessed on your computer or laptop by visiting nrawlf.muradbid.com. Again, you need not be present to win!

For starters, here are five fantastic items that will go home with the highest bidders!

Item #303: Kimber Micro Rose Gold .380
The Micro Rose Gold is a striking personal defense handgun that combines vibrant style with a host of performance-enhancing features. Generously donated by Kimber.

Item #107: Handmade Colorful Cowboy Boot Quilt 
Everyone loves cowboy boots! This colorful quilt will brighten up your day on your bed or on your couch. Handmade with love by Janet Nyce, our WLF Co-Chair, especially for our Auction! Size 45" x 64". Generously handmade and donated by NRA WLF Co-Chair Janet Nyce.

Item #315: Glock 19 Gen 3 in 9mm with WLF Cerakote and WLF Logo Kydex Holster 
The Glock 19 in 9 mm Luger is ideal for a versatile role thanks to its reduced dimensions when compared to the standard sized option. In addition to its use as a conventional service pistol, it is ideal for use as a backup weapon or for concealed carry purpose. Generously donated by Gun Brothers and AlphaOmegaKydex.

Item #205: Pack'n Heat Products Crystal Sparkle Earmuffs 
The exclusive kit from Pack 'n Heat includes a custom embellished pair of passive earmuffs with fuchsia Czech crystals. Lots of bling here! They are paired with matching safety glasses and packed into a hard-shell case.

Item #414: Crystal Gun Purse 
Here's a show-stopper for a night on the town! Green, gold, black and clear crystals cover this clever evening bag that is guaranteed to turn heads! 9.5" L x 7" H x 1"W. Generously donated by Barbara Rumpel.

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