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Legends | Rifle And Horn

A beautiful Brooks presentation rifle from the 1981 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits.

Legends | Medals of Honor

A historic Colt Navy revolver used by Medal of Honor recipient Byron M. Cutcheon.

Targeting Toepperweins

A pair of Colt revolvers used by two famous exhibition shooters.

First Damascus From Jesse James

This custom 1911 is the first from Jesse James Firearms Unlimited.

Legends | Sharpshooter In Korea

A special Winchester Model 70 sniper rifle used in Korea.

American Sniper

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

The Cross-Eyed Rifle

The special Winchester Model 70 owned by legendary gun writer John T. Amber.

Out Of Africa

You might not recognize this historical figure’s rifle, but you’ll probably recognize his famous quotation:...

Triple Distinguished

This sharpshooter was known as “Mr. Pistol,” but started his U.S. Marine career as a...

Pat Garrett’s Thunderer

This gold-washed Colt revolver used by the famous lawman is as storied as it is...

Code Duello

Can you guess the name of the famous senator, nicknamed “Old Bullion,” who used these...

The Grape Shot Revolver

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

A Gun For The Guv

Which Civil War-era general, governor, and legislator received this gun from Samuel Colt?

A Family Treasure

This beautiful percussion rifle has been passed down through generations.

One Inventor’s Innovation

Can you name this prolific German firearms inventor?

A Gun For Misbehavin’

What secret is hiding in spaceship captain Malcolm Reynolds’ gun?

A Train Robber's Revolver

Can you guess the infamous owner of this Colt revolver?

A Henry Aboard

This rifle was used to stop a mutiny at sea.

The Birthday Gun

Can you guess which infamous outlaw received this Smith & Wesson revolver for his birthday?

The Six-Gun Spinner

Think you can guess who this quick-drawing entertainer was? Better think again.
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