SBF and Heirloom Arms Commemorative Pistol


Heirloom Arms (HA) is proud to announce their 2023 partnership with the U.S. Marshals Survivors Benefit Fund. (USMSBF). HA will be producing 250 pistols that are engraved with the icons of the U.S. Marshals Service. For each pistol sold, HA will donate a portion of the profits to the USMSBF. HA produces engraved firearms recognizing key historical events/places. With the 250th Anniversary of the United States of America looming, HA’s focus is on key American history. Since the U.S. Marshals Service is the oldest law enforcement agency in our nation, HA is proud to offer the U.S. Marshals Service 1911 pistol.
The 1911 pistol was chosen due to its American legacy. Designed by John Browning over 100 years ago, it is still one of the most popular handguns on the market. The engraving is an acid etching technique that is based off of several layers of plating. The pistol is plated 5 separate times and different layers are stripped to produce the detailed images. For this edition, 24 Karat Gold, Nickel and Black Chrome was used for the color scheme. The barrel is finished in a Cerakote blue and comes with faux ivory grips on the frame.
It is part of HA’s core values to donate back to the community that supports their products. Therefore, it was an easy decision for HA to donate to USMSBF. The mission of USMSBF is to honor the fallen and financially support the family members of fallen U.S. Marshals Service employees, Court Security Officers, and Task Force Officers. The organization even provides educational benefits to eligible spouses and dependent children. USMSBF was founded in 2012 and is a private nonprofit corporation. HA is confident that with more financial support, USMSBF will thrive and continue to support those on their worst day. For more information on this project, please visit


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