New firearm celebrates Cabell County's bicentennial

The Herald-Dispatch

Jim Combs, who creates fine firearms for Wellington Ltd. in Loveland, Colo., has designed a firearm to recognize the 200th anniversary of the founding of Cabell County.

The special edition, collector's grade firearm is a 12-gauge, side-by-side double barrel shotgun with rabbit ears, similar to those carried by stage coach drivers in the Old West, according to a release from Wellington Ltd. It's fully plated in 24-karat gold, with engraved artwork defined with jewelry-grade nickel.

Featured artwork on the collectors firearm include images of the courthouse, the Battle of Guyandotte, a boat on the Ohio River, Huntington B&O Depot and the state of West Virginia.

Combs is a native of Clarksburg, W.Va.

The guns are being sold for $2,900. For more information, call 866-895-9355 or contact Combs at 970-215-0677N
New firearm celebrates Cabell County's bicentennial - The Herald Dispatch

For any who are interested in buying these as collectors, looks like a nice firearm.