Put your glasses on and your ear plugs in because Sean Rich and the guys are in Colorado Springs this week doing what they do best: finding the best military items and weapons for their auction. The new episode of Lords of War airs tonight at 9P and follows Sean as he shoots and examines a Kel-Tec RFB 308 Rifle and discovers a hidden secret for an Italian Flintlock.
Sean knows that big money is to be made when avid hunter, Lyle, approaches him about a tip to a Kel-Tec RFB 308. If the gun shoots, this can bring in a whopping $2,500 for auction. The unique forward ejection feature of the Kel-Tec means that without the brass being ejected from one side or the other, the shooter can be either left-handed or right-handed. What can you do with a Kel-Tec that doesn’t fire? Nothing. Will Sean be able to fire up this expensive rifle designed for police and military in urban environments?
That’s not all. Next Sean examines a post-renaissance Italian Flintlock. Taking a closer a look he realizes that there is a secret deep within the rare collectible. In Italy of the 1700s, objects that didn’t quite work up to the standards were often re-purposed to satisfy other needs. If this gun truly hides secrets inside its furniture, it will most likely excite buyers at the auction and could bring in good money for the team. If it looks like a pistol, it may not always function as a pistol.
Tune in to Lords of War:The Secret Flame tonight at 9P to find out if the Italian Flintlock WWII aircraft searchlight will light up in value after Sean’s evaluation.