If you were looking for a way to spend money while you’re in Las Vegas, skip the blackjack tables and keep your tablet, smartphone or laptop close at hand to stay on top of the bidding for this year’s SHOT Show auction items., the National Shooting Sports Foundation and the Hunting Heritage Trust have partnered again to host the annual SHOT Show Auction.

1,000,000th Henry Repeating Arms H001 .22 Lever-action Rifle

Few rifles have reached the iconic serial number of 1,000,000. When they do, the rifle typically is presented to a museum or added to the collection of a company executive. That will not be the case with this special rifle. Serial Number 1,000,000 of  Henry’s H001 .22 lever action is being featured in the SHOT Show auction on, providing thousands of Henry enthusiasts and firearms collectors with an opportunity to view and perhaps own this historic rifle. Bid now!

The 1,000,000th H001 .22 lever action was hand engraved by the artisans at Baron Engraving of Trumbull, Conn. No engravers have embellished more SHOT Show Auction guns than the professionals at Baron Engraving.

Smith & Wesson Model 29 American Handgunner “Handgun Heritage Tribute”

S&W 2018 SHOT Show Auction Revolver

The Firearms Marketing Group, Hunting Heritage Trust and National Shooting Sports Foundation have partnered with Smith & Wesson to create a one-of-a-kind fully engraved Smith & Wesson Model 29 American Handgunner  “Handgun Heritage Tribute” as the 2018 SHOT Show Handgun.

The Model 29’s legendary design and historical significance are highlighted perfectly by the full coverage Class A hand engraving and classic Altamont bonded ivory custom grips.

This 2018 SHOT Show Auction is also offering a fully carved “Tom Threepersons” field holster from Karla Van Horn of Purdy Gear Leather and a custom display case provided by Smith & Wesson. Bid now!

The full-coverage hand engraving is by David A. Misiaszek of the Custom Firearms Engraving Shop under the umbrella of the S&W Performance Center, overseen by Tony Miele.