Created by master craftsman Cecil Brooks, a noted Ohio arms maker, this Kentucky flintlock rifle was donated to the National Firearms Museum in the name of Max Goodwin, a former member of the NRA Gun Collectors Committee.
This Winchester Model 1903 rifle was made by Michael J. Barrett and was donated in memory of Joseph Macewicz. The semi-automatic was fired with special ammunition handcrafted for it but, like most miniature arms, the small amount of ammunition crafted for it was quickly expended.
Complete down to the .38-55 caliber marking on the barrel, this engraved and gold-inlaid Winchester Model 1885 single-shot rifle is cased with the NRA silver medal it won in miniature arms competition.
Accompanied by accessories that include a spare cylinder, bullet mold and a set of percussion cones with wrench, this Model 1855 Colt revolving rifle is one of the more elaborate miniatures crafted for this Colt percussion long-arm variant.