Kahr Firearms Group Continues Supporting Veterans

Kahr Firearms Group staff along with John “TIG” Tiegen, member of the Benghazi Annex Security team, hero of the Benghazi attack, and co-author of the book “13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi,” developed a collaboration project to help support veteran foundations across the country.

John TIG TiegenIn staying with the “13 Hours” theme, the project offers 13 special edition Magnum Research .50AE Desert Eagles. Each pistol is numbered 1 through 13, and features:

  • Kryptek Typhon pattern
  • Engravings of the TIG logo
  • TIG’s signature
  • Beyond the Battlefield logo – the foundation TIG and his wife Margaret recently founded

To date four of these guns have been auctioned around the country raising nearly $40,000 for the veteran foundations they were offered to. This is a list of those who have or will receive one of these special firearms, each personally chosen by TIG.

#1 Halo for Freedom – https://www.haloforfreedom.org/
#2 Valor Clinic – http://www.valorclinic.org/
#3 The Journey Home Project – http://www.thejourneyhomeproject.org/
#4 The Glen “Bub” Doherty Foundation – http://www.glendohertyfoundation.org/
#5 Vacations for Warriors – http://www.vacationsforwarriors.org/
#6 Wishes For Warriors – https://www.wishesforwarriorscorp.org/
#7 Tyrone “S” Woods Wrestling Foundation – http://www.tyronewoodswrestlingfoundation.org/
#8 Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes – https://saluteheroes.org/
#9 American Military Family – https://www.americanmilitaryfamily.org/
#10 Hunts for Healing – http://huntsforhealing.org/
#11 The Reveille Project – http://www.thereveilleproject.org/
#12 American Valor Foundation – https://www.americanvalorfoundation.org/
#13 Beyond the Battlefield

“It’s awesome to be working with Kahr Firearms Group to provide these special edition Desert Eagles to 13 different organizations. For me, it’s an honor to be in a position where I can help other veteran foundations raise awareness and money for the many different causes they represent,” stated John “TIG” Tiegen.