In June 1923, the Official Journal of the National Rifle Association became The American Rifleman, a bi-monthly publication with a staff that included Maj. Julian S. Hatcher, Lt. Col. Townsend Whelen, Capt. Charles Askins, Sr. and a host of others whose names read like a who’s who of legendary gun writers and experts.
Merwin Hulbert revolvers were innovative in design and beautifully made, but the company was plagued by bad business decisions.
At one time, the National Rifle Association really didn't like the M1 Garand. Here's the story behind this unique chapter in military history.
My start as an NRA employee came nearly 30 years ago as a weekends-only curatorial assistant at the NRA National Firearms Museum in Washington, D.C.
On April 26, 2018, representatives of Wixom, Mich.-based Trijicon, Inc., donated a commemorative version of the company’s 1 millionth Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight to The NRA Museum in Fairfax, Va.