Colt .38 Detective Special celebrates the Halloween spirit at NRA headquarters

Right side of the Colt Vampire Detective Special at NRA's National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, Virginia

Fairfax, Virginia - As the nights grow longer, temperatures drop, leaves change colors, and that bump in the night raises more than an eyebrow, odds are we're approaching the era of All Hallows' Eve. That exactly what Philip Schreier, senior curator of NRA Museums was thinking when he took his choice for this week's edition of Curator's Corner - the Colt Vampire Hunter.

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Jim and Phil discover even more guns in NRA Gun Gurus Season 2 on Outdoor Channel with a live studio audience

Fairfax, Virginia - NRA Gun Gurus just finished taping its brand new season in front of a live studio audience here at NRA Headquarters and we can't wait to show you what happened.

The dynamic duo of Jim Supica and Phil Schreier will be back on Outdoor Channel this winter to showcase - and shoot - even more rare and impressive firearms of all ages, sizes, and calibers. Whether your interest is hunting, competitive shooting, collecting, plinking, or you just like the history, you'll find a reason to turn on, tune in, and not drop the remote.

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NRA News' Cam & Company brings the British Short Magazine on for Curator's Corner

Schreier holds the British SMLE Mk III Bolt Action Rifle at the National Firearms Museum

For this week’s edition of Curator’s Corner, NRA Museums Senior Curator Philip Schreier decided to reach back into history. Back into the Egyptian coastal city of El Alamein. 1942 as Montgomery led the 8th Army against the forces of Rommel. At the side of most British soldiers was the Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III.

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An experimental, futuristic, space age pistol from the days of Neil Armstrong

The MB Associates Gyrojet Mark I Pistol at the National Firearms Museum

Fairfax, Virginia - During the early days of space travel, Americans were flush with a need for futuristic products. Flying cars like they saw on the Jetsons, transporters from Star Trek, and ray guns from Buck Rogers. While none of those products have yet come to light, there was one particular item during the golden age of the Apollo astronauts that came out right on schedule. The MB Associates Gyrojet Mark I Pistol.

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Plated Taurus Model 85 provides backbone for Joss Whedon's iconic captain sidearm

A Moses Brothers Self-Defense Engine Frontier Model B at the National Firearms Museum

Fairfax, Virginia - Ask folks round here about their favorite Western and you'll get everything from The Wild Bunch to Unforgiven to The Magnificent Seven and High Noon. Ask the right folks, as in yours truly, and you'll hear title most over the age of 35 barely knew existed - Serenity.

Here's the Reader's Digest version:

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Double-barreled shotgun inlaid with gold, silver, along with demons and imps

Devil's Shotgun - 1849 double-barreled percussion shotgun from France

Fairfax, Virginia - Fans of Curator's Corner know they've been missing an important part of the segment for weeks now - Senior Curator Philip Schreier. Schreier has been waiting in the wings while NRA Museums Director Jim Supica took viewers on a tour of the Tulsa Gun Show. But now Phil is back ... and he's back with a bang.

Fresh from the Petersen Gallery we bring you the Devil's Shotgun.

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NRA's Gun Gurus set inside NRA headquarters

Fairfax, Virginia - By now you've probably heard of NRA's Gun Gurus. Mr. Jim Supica and Mr. Philip Schreier of the NRA Museums. For the past three seasons you've watched as they've traveled from one end of the United States to the other reviewing firearms, telling their history and placing a value on that treasured heirloom.

Now they're doing something different.

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NRA Gun Gurus coming back to the Outdoor Channel this fall - video

Special 1911 pistol made for NRA-ILA by Andy's Custom Guns in Colorado

Indianapolis, Indiana - There was a lot going on at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits this year in Indianapolis. We had the Wall of Guns, a special seminar by Detroit's own Ted Nugent, The Annual Meeting of Members, and a live taping of NRA's Gun Gurus for the Outdoor Channel.

Presented by Henry, the show covers NRA Museums' Director Jim Supica and Senior Curator Philip Schreier as "travel across the country, making stops at the NRA National Firearms Museum ... read more about the latest developments on Outdoor Channel's NRA Gun Gurus ...

Presidential firearms catch spotlight with actor Joe Mantegna

A full look at Theodore Roosevelt's 1894 Winchester lever action riflePresident Theodore Roosevelt's suppressed 1894 Winchester lever action rifle

Fairfax, Virginia - The crew from Outdoor Channel's Gun Stories spends about a week at the National Rifle Association every spring. With host and A-list actor Joe Mantegna at the ready, each episode concentrates on one specific gun. Here's a description from their website:

Gun Stories takes viewers through a firearm’s history, from the heart of the design through its use on the range... Find out more about Roosevelt's Rifles on Gun Stories ...

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