S&W model 629-6 NRA Defenders of Freedom Second Amendment Tribute Revolver issued by America Remembers. This is No. 59 of only 300 made. Cal is .44 mag.
From the America Remembers webpage: "For over 135 years, The National Rifle Association has served as America’s first line of defense in preserving the heritage our Founding Fathers left us. America Remembers is proud to honor the NRA’s tireless and patriotic commitment as 'Defenders of Freedom' with the National Rifle Association Second Amendment Tribute Revolver. For this Tribute, we selected a Smith & Wesson stainless steel Model 629 revolver in caliber .44 magnum, a very popular short-barrel revolver. For this Tribute craftsmen commissioned specifically for this project by America Remembers have created a museum-quality masterpiece certain to be a treasured family possession for generations. The revolver is decorated in lustrous 24-karat gold and nickel with artwork highlighted in a rich, blackened patina for maximum detail and contrast. The Tribute’s decorations handsomely and elegantly capture and honor the legacy and mission of the NRA."
Left side features the instantly recognizable seal of the NRA. The seal depicts the majestic bald eagle with its wings and talons extended atop a pair of crossed rifles and a shield adorned with the Stars and Stripes. Right side features the striking image of the American bald eagle in front of Old Glory. This iconic pairing is encircled by a frame that reads, “Defenders of Freedom.” Skilled artisans have added nickel highlights, making the bold white feathers of the eagle’s head stand out from the lustrous 24-karat gold. Both sides of the barrel feature a portrait of the iconic militia member standing at the ready with his musket. Also featured on both sides of the revolver—between the barrel and the cylinder—is the NRA “Armed With Pride” logo. The backstrap features the stirring final phrase of the Second Amendment, “…the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”
There is slight speckled wear on the bottom of the backstrap and the cylinder has been turned, but that is the only wear. Also, it doesn't appear to have been fired. Wood display case has slight storage wear on the top, but nothing major. Key is not included. SN: DCW33xx.