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Three Of A Kind

Three Of A Kind

These pistols were the forerunners of the American Civil War-era Henry rifle.
The Dance Of Texas

The Dance Of Texas

These Dance revolvers were important enough to the state of Texas that the governor exempted...
Kentucky Rifles From Virginia

Kentucky Rifles From Virginia

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

The Amazing Treeby

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

Three For The Union

In the American Civil War, the North came to the table in 1861 with an...
Whelen's Winchesters

Whelen's Winchesters

American Hunter, soldier, writer and outdoorsman Colonel Townsend Whelen was a legendary figure in early...
Six Guns Of The Confederacy

Six Guns Of The Confederacy

Both of these .36-caliber Confederate handguns remain as mute witnesses of battles fought when our...
Revolutionary Arms

Revolutionary Arms

Across the extended landscape of the battlefield that was North America during the Revolutionary War...
The Amazing AR-10

The Amazing AR-10

Eugene Stoner developed a 7.62 mm battle rifle while at ArmaLite, then a division of...
16-Shot Wheel Lock

16-Shot Wheel Lock

Technologically ahead of its time, this highly decorated firearm achieved a multi-shot capability that would...
Savage's Millionth 1899 Rifle

Savage's Millionth 1899 Rifle

Utica, N.Y., was once home to the Savage Arms Company, whose lever-action rifles, beginning with...
Ithaca's Finest

Ithaca's Finest

Stocked in the finest American walnut, engraved and inlaid in gold to perfection, this Ithaca...
The Wonder Of Winchesters

The Wonder Of Winchesters

Among the many treasures featured at the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum is a symphony...
Hamilton's Horn

Hamilton's Horn

One of the most intriguing artifacts directly associated with Alexander Hamilton is this powder horn.
A Sharps For The Best Shot

A Sharps For The Best Shot

The National Firearms Museum collection is well known for historic pieces, but sometimes you encounter...
A Special Revolving Rifle From Smith & Wesson

A Special Revolving Rifle From Smith & Wesson

From 1879 to 1887, Smith & Wesson manufactured fewer than a thousand of these sepcial...
Two Barrels And A Big Bayonet

Two Barrels And A Big Bayonet

General John Jacob experimented with military service rifles and created a twin 24-inch barreled gun...
First Generation Colt: Greatest Generation Story

First Generation Colt: Greatest Generation Story

Staff Sgt. Donald Williams' .44-cal. six-gun still bears his name and the faint inscription “Stalag...
Jewel Of The Midwest

Jewel Of The Midwest

NRA and Bass Pro Shops have joined together to bring firearm lovers in the central...
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