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The Breechloading Sharps: History & Performance

The Sharps breechloader was a truly innovative design that came right on the eve of America's western expansion. The lever-action design helped to secure the west and excelled on the target ranges as well.

Cimarron Comes to Hollywood

Cimarron has been the “go to” source for directors, actors and prop men looking for authentic replicas of late 19th century firearms.

A Milestone in Wood and Steel

After the eighth season of Blue Bloods, actor and NRA Board of Directors member Tom Selleck wanted to preserve the occasion with a special memento.

NRA National Sporting Arms Museum

Guns associated with President Theodore Roosevelt, his friends and family, help to tell the story of freedom, hunting and conservation at the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum at Bass Pro Shops in Springfield, Mo.

NASCAR's No. 3 Highlights NRA National Sporting Arms Museum

Austin Dillon and the Bass Pro Shops/NRA Museum No. 3 will take the green flag for the Coke Zero 400 on Sat., July 5, 2014.

Sequels

Replicas of famous Hollywood guns are available to shooters who want to imitate the Wild West.

Talking with Joe Mantegna

Mark Keefe interviews actor and shooter Joe Mantegna about guns, television and freedom.

Smile When You Buy That Glock, Maggot

Celebrity endorsements are commonly used to sell everything from wristwatches to coffee pots, but for a variety of reasons (which I’ll discuss in a moment) famous faces rarely appear in promotional roles in the gun industry. A notable exception is R. Lee Ermey, the hard-bitten drill instructor from Full Metal Jacket better known to all of us as "The Gunny."

Smith & Wesson’s Schofield Revolver

The Schofield was a top-break gun, popping open in the middle and allowing for simultaneous ejection of spent cartridges or quick reloading.

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