The Glock "Statue of Liberty" G22 auctioned during SHOT Show 2012 sold for $15,025 to Alexander Wilson, the company announced.

Proceeds from the hand-engraved Glock 22, which served as the official handgun of the show, will benefit programs to further America's hunting and shooting sports heritage.

The pistol features an intricate, hand-engraved tribute to the U.S. and the Statue of Liberty. The theme was selected to recognize Glock's 25th anniversary in the U.S. and the 125th anniversary of the gift of the Statue of Liberty by the French government.

"In celebration of Glock's 25 years in the U.S., Mr. Glock wanted to recognize the customers who have helped the company achieve such a milestone," said vice president Gary Fletcher. "This one-of-a-kind piece demonstrates Glock's dedication to its advocates."

In addition to ownership of the exclusive Glock pistol, Smith will also receive a signed drawing of the original Glock pistol. The Glock was auctioned on GunBroker.com from Dec. 14 to Jan. 20.

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