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NRA Museum Top 5 Guns

NRA Museum Top 5 Guns

Colt Single-Action Army Revolvers

This customized pair comes from the prized handgun collection of Montanan Bob Munden, the fastest shot alive.

Brooklyn Arms .32 Caliber Slocum

The .32-caliber Slocum was a popular Civil War-era choice for personal protection.

Winchester's Model 1886

The Big Fifty was Winchester's attempt to match several British express rifle loads intended for taking big African game.

Ben Cartwright's Winchester Model 1873

Chambered in .44-40, this carbine could take the most popular centerfire ammunition available for either rifle or handgun in the West.

Personally, I Prefer the Winchester

Theodore Roosevelt preferred Winchester rifles, and used them with confidence throughout his life.

NRA National Sporting Arms Museum Grand Opening

The National Rifle Association celebrates the grand opening of the National Sporting Arms Museum on Aug. 2, 2013 in Springfield, Mo.

Historic Remington Firearms Donated to NRA National Sporting Arms Museum

Remington Arms Company has donated 85 firearms and works of art from its private collection to the new NRA National Sporting Arms Museum at Bass Pro Shops flagship store in Springfield, Mo.

Kentucky Rifle Exhibit Opens at NRA National Firearms Museum

The Kentucky rifle, whose role in world history helped secure American independence and settle the United States, is now featured in a new exhibit at the NRA National Firearms Museum.

I Have This Old Gun: Winchester Model 1895 .405 Winchester

Theodore Roosevelt made legendary the Winchester Model 1895/.405 Win. during his year-long African safari, dubbing the rifle, "Big Medicine for Lions."

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