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NRA Museum Top 5 Guns

NRA Museum Top 5 Guns

The Smith and Wesson Factory Tour

Smith and Wesson Factory Tour

Harper Creigh's Colt Single-Action Revolver

These .44-caliber revolvers are usually carried in holsters emblazoned with gold and silver conchos depicting the SASS logo.

The Smith & Wesson Schofield

This Schofield .45 bears serial No. 1 and was a revolver that witnessed both military and civilian service.

The Colt .45

The most recognized item in any Texas Ranger's wardrobe, outside his circular Silver Star badge, has to be his sidearm.

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.

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.

Buffalo Bill's Colt Revolver

The most illustrious owner of this scroll-engraved Colt with serial number 1 was the larger-than-life frontiersman called "Buffalo Bill."

John Wesley Hardin's Colt Revolver

Hardin usually carried more than one Colt revolver, as reloading a cap-and-ball handgun under fire was not a quick or easily completed task.

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