Hank Williams Jr. is searching for his grandfather's missing shotgun and he needs your help. In a letter penned by the country singer and posted on his attorney Steven Smith's Facebook page, Williams says the missing gun in question is a Remington Model 11/48 16-gauge shotgun with a serial number ending in 58111.
In the letter, Williams Jr. explains the significance of the shotgun.
"Growing up, I spent a lot of time in South Alabama with my Granddad Sheppard. Now I'm looking for his shotgun. I want to pass that old Remington down to my children and grandchildren," he writes.
The "Family Tradition" singer says he's pretty sure the gun is in the Cullman, Alabama area and he's still offering his initial reward of "fifty $100 bills" along with an additional finder's fee of $1,000.
"There is no suggestion that the shotgun was ever stolen and NO RISK of any follow-up after a successful recovery. It was probably lost when Hank moved from Cullman to Paris--possibly from his cabin on Smith Lake," writes Steven C. Smith.
NEW AND IMPROVED OFFER TO HELP FIND THIS SHOTGUN!!!The money is still there plus a $1000 finders fee to whoever can...
Smith writes that if the finder prefers a gun or a guitar instead of the cash, that can be arranged.
Williams Jr. asks that anyone with information on the gun's whereabouts contact Steven Smith at [email protected]