Hank Williams Jr. Offers Cash for His Grandpas’s Lost Shotgun
Country singer and avid hunter Hank Williams, Jr. is looking for his grandfather’s long lost Remington shotgun and is offering cash or trade for its return.
Williams, better known to his legion of fans as Bocephus, is on the prowl for a specific Model 11-48 made by Big Green. The 16-gauge semi-auto, whose serial number ends in 58111, is thought by the singer’s Alabama attorney, Steve Smith, to have been lost when Williams moved from rural “Cullman to Paris–possibly from his cabin on Smith Lake.”
While the country legend is offering “fifty $100 dollar bills, NO QUESTIONS ASKED, no chance of criminal prosecution,” Smith also says if the finder would prefer a Slickgun or guitar “I’m sure that can be arranged with a proper certificate of authenticity.” In addition, a $1,000 finders fee has been offered for information that puts Smith on the trail of the vintage scattergun.
Introduced by the New York-based gunmaker in 1952, some 429,000 Remington Model 11-48s were made before the shotguns were phased out in favor of later models in 1968.
Williams, 69, said the Slickgun belonged to his Granddad Sheppard and he now wants to “pass the Remington down to my own children and grandchildren.”
Earlier this month he posted photos of an Alabama turkey hunt in which 10-year-old Lane Murphy harvested two toms with a .410.
Guided Lane Murphy 10 yr old 1st one got both w one shot 410ga
COUNTRY BOY CAN SURVIVE pic.twitter.com/ctPKhtyGBA
— Hank Williams, Jr. (@HankJr) March 21, 2019
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