Winchester’s first repeater marked with the company name was the Model 1866, a lever-action that utilized the same .44 rimfire cartridges that the Henry rifle had fired in the American Civil War.
A historic Colt Navy revolver used by Medal of Honor recipient Byron M. Cutcheon.
President Lincoln found a winning general none too soon.
Check out this unconventional revolver from the NRA’s National Firearms Museum.
Which Civil War-era general, governor, and legislator received this gun from Samuel Colt?
Can you guess which manufacturer from the NRA National Firearms Museum this 1911 belongs to?
See these six outstanding firearms at the Frank Brownell Museum of the Southwest, located at the NRA Whittington Center.
During America's Civil War, the Confederacy used a variety of weapons such as knives, swords and firearms.
Firearms museum curator Ashley Hlebinsky explains why firearm history is American history.
The Battle of Antietam wrote itself into U.S. military history as the bloodiest day ever.