NRA Foundation to Auction Diamondback NRA Airboat this March

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posted on January 5, 2017
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The NRA Foundation proudly announces it will auction a one-of-a-kind Diamondback airboat this March on Gunbroker.com. All proceeds from the auction will benefit The NRA Foundation in their efforts to protect and improve the future of the shooting sports.

The special edition airboat features custom NRA wraps on the sides of the hull and rudders, custom seats inserts, panels and trim, Rhino non-skid hull interiors, custom powdercoat color, seat shells, webbing and center panel. The airboat comes with a painted single 5,200-lb. trailer with easy load ramps with rollers and custom XD wheels.

"This incredible airboat is representative of Diamondback's commitment to supporting The NRA Foundation, the National Rifle Association, and American gun owners across our great nation," said Bobby Fleckinger, owner of Diamondback Firearms. "We set out to create a truly unique and amazing design to embody the spirit of the NRA, and we're immensely proud to be able to offer this airboat to a lucky bidder in a way that empowers The NRA Foundation to continue building a bright future for the shooting sports in our country."

Bidding begins on Gunbroker.com March 17, 2017. This unique airboat is only available via this special auction.

"We're immensely grateful to Diamondback for their support in helping The NRA Foundation continue its mission of Teaching Freedom, and the proceeds from the auction of this awesome airboat will greatly benefit our cause," said Sarah Engeset, NRA Director of Volunteer Fundraising. "We continuously look for ways to provide special firearms, one-of-a-kind vehicles and experiences to bidders that provide invaluable benefits to The NRA Foundation, and we truly believe this airboat will turn heads and bring in immense interest on Gunbroker.com."

The Diamondback NRA airboat will be on display in the Shooting Sports Hall at the Great American Outdoor Show, scheduled for Feb. 4-12, 2017 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The Great American Outdoor Show celebrates the outdoor traditions treasured by millions of Americans and their families in a 650,000-square-foot exhibit space that will feature nearly 1,100 exhibitors, including shooting manufacturers, outfitters, boat and RV dealers, hunting and fishing retailers, and much more, all part of the world's biggest consumer outdoor show.

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