In the 1960′s, George Jones was acclaimed as the greatest country singer alive. Over the next several decades, his talent has not diminished. To honor him and his outstanding record, America Remembers® has authorized the Official George Jones Single Action .45 Revolver.
George Jones, himself a collector of fine guns, has approved this firearm every step of the way. He selected the song that is the theme of the George Jones .45, He Stopped Loving Her Today. This song was his biggest, the one that launched him into superstardom in 1980, winning “Single of the Year.”
With the release of his newest album, Hi-Tech Redneck, and his induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1992, once again he is in the forefront of American country music.
His life has often been compared to a country song. From his own personal experiences he drew material for many of his songs, bringing them to life with a voice that twisted and evoked the last drop of emotion from every word.
A Firearm Worthy of George Jones’ Signature
Encircling the barrel, frame and cylinder are the notes of the song, He Stopped Loving Her Today, in 24-karat gold. On one side of the barrel the name George Jones is inscribed. On the other, his guitar is etched in 24-karat gold.
His portrait appears on the left side of the frame. The familiar George Jones logo adorns the top of the backstrap.
This is a working gun, not just a display piece. Each revolver is individually hand-decorated and inspected by the Society’s Chief Gunsmith before it is shipped. Only 950 will ever be made. When the edition has been fully subscribed, the guns will only be available from private collectors on the secondary market.
You will receive a free, luxuriously lined wooden display case with your George Jones Tribute Revolver. The lid protects against dust and unauthorized handling.
“Jones demonstrates a voice mastery that has never been surpassed by any singer.”
Bill Malone, author of Stars of Country Music
“I can’t wait to see this. I already know what a pistol George is.”
“A legendary gun for a living legend.”
“This is a firearm worth of George Jones’ signature.”
C. W. Phillips
“George has always been hotter than a two dollar pistol.”
Born: George Glenn Jones on September 12, 1931 in Saratoga, Texas
Country Music Association’s Best Mail Vocalist, 1962, 1963
Grammy Award, 1980
CMA Awards (2), Mail Vocalist of the Year, 1980
Single of the Year, 1980, 1981
Gold Record, 1981
Music City News Awards (2), 1981
Platinum Record, 1983
CMA’s Video of the Year Award for “Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes,” 1986
CMA Award, Living Legend, 1987
Country Music Hall of Fame, 1992
Since the “George Jones Single Action .45 Revolver” is a working revolver, we will arrange delivery through the licensed firearms dealer of your choice.
I wish to reserve the “George Jones Single Action .45 Revolver“, a working revolver, at the price of $1,895*. Each revolver is numbered and registered within the limited edition of 950, and is accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Thirty day return privilege.
Please charge my credit card a deposit of $195 per revolver. I will pay the balance prior to delivery at the rate of $100 per month, with no interest or carrying charge.
* All orders are subject to acceptance and credit verification prior to shipment. Shipping and handling will be added to each order. Virginia residents please add sales tax.