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The Medal of Honor is instantly recognized as our nation’s highest award for heroism. The familiar words, “Above and beyond the call of duty” are etched into every child’s memory as dreams of battlefield gallantry flicker across their thoughts and deeds while engaged in playground antics.
NRA National Firearms Museum’s New Doc Thurston Gallery
This year, the NRA National Firearms Museum is marking 87 years in operation, preserving and chronicling nearly seven centuries’ worth of firearms history during that time with the opening of a new gallery.
Phil Schreier Named Director Of NRA Museums
One of NRA’s most public and best-known figures in the gun world—and its leading voice when it comes to firearms, history and our Second Amendment heritage—E. Philip Schreier III has been appointed director of NRA Museums.
The Humble Beginnings of NRA Museums
The NRA's three museums are critical to preserving our rich heritage for the future, but you might be surprised by where this incredible resource began.
25-Foot-Tall Daisy Red Ryder BB Gun Created for Museum
The Daisy Airgun Museum in Rogers, Ark., has added a unique tourist attraction.
Iconic Guns of Hollywood and America
This S&W is perhaps the most famous firearm in modern movie history. It could be argued that it is the most recognized and identifiable gun in the history of firearms.
Unique 80 Year Old Daisy Red Ryder Prototype Inspires Tribute Series
The first Daisy Red Ryder carbine, given to the illustrator of the Red Ryder comic character, now resides in the Daisy Airgun Museum.
Your NRA Headquarters
This month I would like to highlight the resources located at your NRA Headquarters, in Fairfax, Va., that are available to members, as well as the general public. NRA Headquarters proudly houses the National Firearms Museum, the NRA Range and the NRA Store-right outside of our nation’s capital.
What Will Be Your Firearms Legacy?
“What do I do with these guns?” Kay Stedman asked herself after her husband, Cress, passed away in 2018. She wanted to honor his wish for his firearms collection to go to the NRA and support the Second Amendment, but she wasn’t sure how to do it.
New Cody Firearms Museum Exhibit Adds Deeper Context to Gun History
The goal is to educate the public about the proper firearms use in various different contexts.