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6 Gems Straight Out Of The Southwest

See these six outstanding firearms at the Frank Brownell Museum of the Southwest, located at...

Museum Exotica

A fine pair of revolvers from Joalland and Perrin.

Three .44s With Pearls

A fine trio of Merwin Hulbert revolvers, sporting unique design on the frontier.

Where Legends Come To Life

NRA’s museums in Virginia, Missouri and New Mexico are must-see exhibits for historical firearm fans.

Bat's Gat

A fine Colt revolver owned by William Barclay Masterson—better known as “Bat.”

Turrets Big And Small

This design, while unsafe, was an important step in the development of revolving arms.

World’s First Automatic Handgun

Wood, brass and leather combine to tell the tale of a firearm that might have...

Triple Threats

This combo gun offered the best attributes of a revolver, a dagger and brass knuckles.

NRA Test Garand

Rifles like this M1 Garand were provided to NRA for testing purposes during WWII.

The Gun That Survived 9/11

This service revolver was recovered from the World Trade Center after 9/11.

Pistols Passed By

In the running to become the M1911, these two pistols didn’t make the cut.

Steampunk Guns

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

Peirce's Pair

This beautiful pair of Colt Model 1851 “Navy” revolvers has a storied past.

A Thompson That Flew

This Thompson M1A1 submachine gun flew on the B-17 bomber Sweet Chariot.

Daring The Duckfoot

In the flintlock era, many a ship’s captain may have kept his confidence high with...

The First Test Luger

In mid-March 1901, the U.S. military was gearing up to select a new service sidearm...

Three Of A Kind

These pistols were the forerunners of the American Civil War-era Henry rifle.

The Dance Of Texas

These Dance revolvers were important enough to the state of Texas that the governor exempted...

Kentucky Rifles From Virginia

The NRA National Firearms Museum is hosting an exhibition of 20 fine flintlock and percussion...

The Amazing Treeby

In July of 1855, T.W. Treeby of Great Britain patented his "stepping stone" in firearm...
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