Contest: Support And Win Uncle Ted’s 1911

Image courtesy Knife RightsTed Nugent has fought for gun owner’s rights for years, and now he’s opening up a second front in his one-man war on wussification and hoplophobia. He’s teaming up with Wilson Combat to raise money for the knife-law reform group Knife Rights. Contestants have to pay to play, but one lucky winner will go home with the only other copy of Uncle Ted’s custom-made Wilson Combat CQB Elite 10mm 1911 shown above.

If you live in one of the many states which has just repealed long-standing bans on automatics, assisted openers or concealed knife carry, you have Knife Rights to thank. You can thank them (and get a crack at that badass 10mm) by clicking here.

Image courtesy Knife Rights

And now for a word from Uncle Ted himself:

From an American family addicted to self evident truth, logic and the American Way, Tribe Nugent salutes the efforts of Knife Rights. I joined Knife Rights to support the great job they are doing; you should too!

God Bless Knife Rights!


  1. Adam says:

    So when is the drawing? I can’t find anything about the date…

    1. foggy says:

      Early bird drawing is May 10

      Regular drawing is August 1

      It’s at the bottom of the page with the other terms and conditions.

  2. Tom says:

    10MM, why would I want a pistol in that caliber…

    1. Chris Dumm says:

      10mm is a popular Alaska caliber, since it’s the only standard semi-auto round that has much chance of stopping a moose or bear. I don’t know if the .460 Rowland is SAAMI standardized yet, but I’ve sure never seen ammo for it at Wal-Mart.

      And I’d take a 1911 in 9mm Largo or .40 Action Express if it was from Wilson Combat and it was free.

  3. Tom says:

    just kidding I’d love to get my hands on one.

  4. David says:

    How could you leave out the chance to win the Star-Light Tactical Folder, 4″ Tanto? Also, a $100 + donation gets you some type of knife (depends on the amount).

    1. Chris Dumm says:

      I tried to find more info about the knives, but ran out of time. Most gun-branded knives are of Chinese manufacture with middle-grade steels

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