The Moonshoot portrays a unique view of the solar system from the angle of the lunar surface, following the careful placement of lunar meteorite, small diamonds, rubies, sapphires, and gold inlay. These and other materials widen the imagination as they depict planets and stars racing along with their celestial paths.
According to the Founder and CEO of Cabot Bianchin,
“With the Moonshoot, we have pushed the boundaries as to the idea of mechanical art in the form of a pistol. The unique use of rare lunar meteorites and extraterrestrial materials have never been employed in such a manner. It’s a symbol of both an enduring American design and the accomplishment of America on a galactic scale.”
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Following this, Cabot Guns announced its invention of Moonshoot, a combination of engineering and art that signifies a connection between the most iconic firearm on the planet – the 1911 pistol and the pinnacle of engineering and scientific achievement, the lunar landing.
This invention provides the perfect backdrop for planetary orbits, shooting stars, and meteorites. From the perspective of the engraver, Lee Griffiths,
“…it was an absolutely delightful mind-blowing challenge to unite heaven and earth. The creation process was a personal and unique way to experience a moon landing vicariously.”
In relation to NFT, Cabot is prepared to mint an NFT of Moonshoot following its launch into Metaverse to initiate a digital collection of Cabot 1911s on the blockchain.
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