AQHA Announces Partnership with Commemorative Firearms

AQHA Announces Partnership with Commemorative Firearms

The American Quarter Horse Association partners with Commemorative Firearms to collaborate on AQHA specialty products.

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The American Quarter Horse Association is pleased to announce a new partnership with Commemorative Firearms to bring unique products of exceptional quality to AQHA members, American Quarter Horse owners, exhibitors and affiliates. Beginning in 2023, Commemorative Firearms will provide AQHA-branded firearms.

“We take pride in partnering with companies that share the same values of quality, service and excellence that we strive toward,” said Karl Stressman, AQHA chief executive officer. “Commemorative Firearms provides exceptional commemorative products to mark special occasions and serve as mementos of pivotal moments in their lives.”

Commemorative Firearms begins each project with quality firearms and true craftsmanship of unparalleled engraving technology.  The special events and times in our lives can be proudly preserved in every masterpiece. 

“All of us at Commemorative Firearms are very excited to begin this partnership with the American Quarter Horse Association,” said Brad Ness, President of Commemorative Firearms.  “We are committed to bring highest quality 24 karat gold/engraved limited edition firearms that AQHA members will be proud to add to their collection.”

AQHA is proud to have a vast team of corporate partners that offers great benefits to the Association’s members and supports AQHA events throughout the year. For more information about all AQHA corporate partners, visit

About Commemorative Firearms
Their strong history includes limited-edition firearms for state centennials, large organizations, special celebrations, local counties and communities. We are the only company to provide an official limited-edition commemorative firearm for major motorcycle events in Sturgis, South Dakota; Daytona Beach, Florida. Some of our more recent projects include the PBR world Finals, Nascar track, Boone & Crocket club, oil & gas industry and the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

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About the American Quarter Horse Association
Located in Amarillo, Texas, AQHA has registered more than 6 million American Quarter Horses and serves more than 230,000 members worldwide. AQHA functions as the official recordkeeping and governing body of the American Quarter Horse industry. AQHA's role in preserving the integrity of the breed is expanding daily. Whether American Quarter Horses are still being used in traditional ranching operations, for showing, racing or pleasure, AQHA strives to provide services beneficial to all Association members and ultimately the American Quarter Horse. To learn more about the AQHA, visit

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