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Steampunk Guns

Steampunk Guns is a new display opening at NRA’s National Firearms Museum.

The Grape Shot Revolver

Check out this unconventional revolver from the NRA’s National Firearms Museum.

A Sharps For The Best Shot

The National Firearms Museum collection is well known for historic pieces, but sometimes you encounter a unique gun that steps to the front of the line.

Python Trifecta

Three firearms in the “Artistry in Arms” case at the NRA National Firearms Museum are excellent examples of the earliest production run for the Colt Python.

Kentucky Rifles From Virginia

The NRA National Firearms Museum is hosting an exhibition of 20 fine flintlock and percussion rifles from the Kentucky Rifle Foundation.

Legends | The Perfect Gun For Making History

This Remington Rolling Block rifle was the first gun to be included in the collection that would later become the NRA National Firearms Museum.

The 1911: Woven Deeply Into The Fabric Of America

Can you guess which manufacturer from the NRA National Firearms Museum this 1911 belongs to?

This Rifle’s Story is All About Freedom

There is a special Springfield Model 1903 in the National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, Va., with a historical backstory everyone should know.

Thompsons By The Dozen

American businessman Randle M. Goetze recently donated an incredible group of 12 Thompson submachine guns, along with a group of Thompson-related accoutrements, to the NRA National Firearms Museum.

A Squeezer From Minneapolis?

Designed to be the size of a pocket watch, the diminutive Minneapolis Palm Pistol was sold under license by the Minneapolis Firearms Co., but records show these guns were actually made by James Duckworth of Springfield, Mass.

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