Springfield, Mo., is home to the country's largest Bass Pro Shops, of which the 1,200-square-foot second floor is occupied by the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum. The museum houses artifacts such as the Girandoni Air Rifle—also known as the Lewis & Clark gun—which truly can be counted among the guns that "won the West." But the first firearm visitors see when they enter the museum is a Browning Auto-5, the very gun that belonged to the father of Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris, and saw many father-son outings. If you can't make it the museum in person, American Rifleman TV invites you to take a tour on tonight's show.
Our "Rifleman Review" segment features the Taurus 1911 Commander in .45 ACP;
and "I Have This Old Gun" showcases the FN-49 rifle.