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Legends | A Gun From Gallipoli

Legends | A Gun From Gallipoli

This well-traveled Lee-Metford rifle was the choice of an Australian sniper serving in the Gallipoli...
Legends | Guns Of A Titan

Legends | Guns Of A Titan

Can you guess the name of the American businessman who owned this special shotgun—plus a...
Doubling Down

Doubling Down

Can you guess what international star sharpshooter used this handgun in a cameo role?
American Sniper

American Sniper

This Remington 700 was used by actor Bradley Cooper to portray U.S. Navy SEAL sniper...

NYT Hates NRA Museum Because Of Concealed-Carry Reciprocity?

A nonsensical op-ed in The New York Times torturously tries to connect two completely unrelated...
The Harpers Ferry Breechloader

The Harpers Ferry Breechloader

Can you guess the name of the innovative Mainer who invented this breechloader and manufactured...
A Private’s Combat .45

A Private’s Combat .45

Can you guess the name of the paratrooper who always kept this 1911 combat pistol...
Legends | In All Its Glory

Legends | In All Its Glory

Can you name the man who was the brains behind this fantastic semi-auto pistol design?...
An Army General’s Gun

An Army General’s Gun

Can you guess what U.S. Army general designed and owned this fine firearm? (Hint: The...
A Statesman’s Horn

A Statesman’s Horn

Can you guess the name of the American statesman who owned this unique powder horn?
The Cross-Eyed Rifle

The Cross-Eyed Rifle

The special Winchester Model 70 owned by legendary gun writer John T. Amber.
A Pistol For Polar Bear

A Pistol For Polar Bear

Can you guess which famous businessman used this handgun for hunting Polar Bear?
An Imitation Invincible

An Imitation Invincible

Can you guess who the gun maker was who took a worn out Parker shotgun...
Presidential Five-Shooter

Presidential Five-Shooter

This revolver was a gift from Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
The Folding Gun

The Folding Gun

Can you guess what famous firearm developer was responsible for this gun?
Master Gunsmith

Master Gunsmith

When this master craftsman started work on a gun, the result was nearly always an...
Sixgun Sharpshooter

Sixgun Sharpshooter

Can you guess the name of the revolver sharpshooter who owned this special gun?
Out Of Africa

Out Of Africa

You might not recognize this historical figure’s rifle, but you’ll probably recognize his famous quotation:...
Wrong Side Of The Border?

Wrong Side Of The Border?

A Texas Ranger captain’s rifle, bag and watch.
Strike Up The Band

Strike Up The Band

This firearm belonged to a famous American conductor and composer of the late Romantic era.
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