Dillon also told me the buyer's name: Hal B. Howard, Jr. Howard is Buckingham's godson, the son of Nash's best friend, and a frequent hunting companion. Not a gun collector, Howard bought the gun purely for sentimental reasons. He will present it to Ducks Unlimited at DU's national meeting in Dallas this May. Bo Whoop will go on display at DU headquarters in Memphis, alongside Nash's second Super Fox, Bo Whoop II, which is already there. Short of Howard or his children - he is 84 -- knocking down limits of greenheads in flooded timber with his godfather's gun, that is the absolute best ending to the Bo Whoop saga imaginable given that Buckingham was from Memphis and devoted so much of his energy to waterfowl conservation.