The second classic pistol shown in the accompanying pdf represents another World War II hero. A vice admiral of the U.S. Navy, he was a skilled marksman. He was so accurate, in fact, that he set a sporting record that would not be broken until 1980—60 years after his historic feat.Click here to learn more about these classic pistols and the honorable men who owned them. They are more storied guns from the annals of the NRA National Firearms Museum, located in Fairfax, Va.
Pistols In The Pacific
From entertainment to special events, it’s all happening in the Lone Star State, where NRA members will gather at the George R. Brown Convention Center May 27-29 to celebrate freedom and honor those who have served our country.
It is an open question whether, as everyone sees Ukrainian citizens picking up rifles to defend their lives and liberty from Russian troops, more Europeans will come to the conclusion that this is a right every law-abiding person needs.