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.
This well-traveled Lee-Metford rifle was the choice of an Australian sniper serving in the Gallipoli peninsula.
Learn a little more about some of the firearms used in a few of our all-time favorite summer movies.
Two .45-caliber pistols that went head-to-head to become “America’s Pistol.”
This rifle crossed the Atlantic with the Pilgrims on the Mayflower.
Can you guess which important political figure owned this historic Springfield sporter rifle?
Can you guess the name of the American businessman who owned this special shotgun—plus a large collection of others?
Most of his guns bore ladies’ names, but his most famous was eponymous. Can you name this prolific inventor?
Two patents were issued for this recoil counter-vectoring design.
Can you guess which manufacturer from the NRA National Firearms Museum this 1911 belongs to?