Seven States With Official Firearms

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posted on February 29, 2016
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Tennessee recently became the seventh state to proclaim an official state firearm since 2011, after Utah designated the M1911 its official state pistol. Which six other states have made similar resolutions, and which were their chosen firearms? Read more about them here:

Alaska: Pre-'64 Winchester Model 70 
Winchester Model 70
The Model 70 Story: Improving the Model 54
The Model 70 Story: The Early Years  
The Model 70 Story: A Classic Advanced


Arizona: Colt Single-Action-Army Revolver 
The Last Word on the Single Action Army
Colt SAA Artillery Model
I Have This Old Gun: Elmer Keith’s Single Action Army


Indiana: Grouseland Rifle 
Indiana Poised to Proclaim State Rifle



Pennslyvania: Longrifle 
The American Longrifle
10 Guns That Shaped America
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Tennessee: Barrett M82/M107 
Barrett Model 82/M107 Named Tennessee Offical State Rifle



Utah: M1911 Pisto
Utah Names the M1911 Pistol Its Official State Handgun
Utah Celebrates John M. Browning Day
A Centennial Celebration of 1911s 
The Trials of the M1911
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West Virginia: Hall Rifle 
10 Guns That Shaped America

 

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