Sean and the guys head to Colorado on tonight’s episode of Lords of Wars where they fire everything from a 4-barrel swivel breech pistol from the mid 1700s to a rare piece of World War II memorabilia known as a Cushman Scooter. Only 300 Cushman scooters survived the war and Shooter thinks they can fetch an amazing $18,000 at the auction!
That’s not all that grabs Sean’s attention this week. A seller walks in with a small handgun that he claims was made by the most famous gunsmith in French history: Nicolas Boutet! If Sean proves it to be authentic, this is a big score for the auction.
But that is not the only thing to keep an eye out for on tonight’s episode. Don’t miss Jim Green’s amazing and most-deserving-of-attention mustache.
According to the American Mustache Institute (yes, they do exist), Jim’s fine piece is a fine hybrid between an English-style ‘stache and a traditional Handlebar ‘stache. But we leave you to decide which style best suits Jim.
Catch Jim and his mustache tonight on Lords of War: Pirate’s Deadly Pistol at 9P as he and the guys find the best military items and weapons for their auction.