Swedish gun maker VO Gun & Rifle is selling their limited edition VO Falcon rifles for $820,000 each.
The Luxist reports …
Their newest creation, the VO Falcon Edition (above), is the world’s most expensive priced at about $820,000. The VO Falcon Edition is a tribute to the deep rooted traditions of falconry in the Arabian world, covered by beautiful engravings of Peregrine and Saker falcons among other luxurious finishes.
The production of VO rifles is limited to a very small number of examples each year. The company holds a royal appointment to H.M. King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, and has found great success with ultra-exclusive rifles made for the Middle Eastern market. H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan of Abu Dhabi’s Royal Family is another VO enthusiast.
Clearly you and I are not VO’s target market. I would be willing to bet that Savage’s cheapest $300 rifle has better accuracy that the Falcon. But since they are unlikely to ever be fired, that is not a problem. Who in their right mind would detonate an explosive in a $800,000 metal tube? Not I. But if I were a wealthy monarch drowning in money, I would much rather buy an overpriced rifle than a equally priced gemstone.
[ Many thanks to B & Tom for emailing me the link. ]