You don’t need to be a fan of firearms to appreciate Cabot Guns. I say that because they don’t just make guns, they make works of art.
I’ve had the pleasure of visiting their booth at both SHOT Show and the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits over the years and I have to say that I always leave impressed.
Cabot Guns founder Rob Bianchin has an uncanny knack for pushing the boundaries and standards for quality, materials, and craftsmanship.
Whether it’s a quest to build 1911s out of recovered samples of the 4.5-billion-year-old Gibeon meteorite or to introduce a line of knives made from Tungsten Carbide, a material that no other knife maker has used nor ever attempted to use as a blade material, Cabot continues to deliver jaw-dropping products that redefine industry expectations.
In the video above, NRA news commentator Colion Noir had a chance to talk with Bianchin about Cabot, and specifically about the work, money, and creativity that went into producing the Big Bang 1911s.
For me, what’s most rewarding and inspiring about watching the video was not the matching pair of meteorite 911s (although they are stunning and beautiful), but Bianchin’s way of thinking. He is a guy who refuses to settle for the norm. He never stops creating and dreaming and thinking of new ways to raise the proverbial bar.