By Lars Dalseide | April 10 2015 09:10

NRA Museum experts evaluate guns brought by NRA Members

Gun Guru Jim Supica and an M14 rifle in Nashville

Nashville, Tennessee - Ever wonder what your gun is worth? Well if you didn't make it to the Music City Center yesterday for an evaluation from NRA's very own Gun Gurus, then you missed a once in a lifetime opportunity.

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The finest bird gun in the United States on tonight's Curator's Corner
Robert Petersen's Pedretti by Tony Galazan of Connecticut Shotgun Manufacturing Company on NRA News
See Robert Petersen's fine bird gun with corn- and dog-themed engraving in today's Curator's Corner on the Sportsman Channel.
NRA Museums presents the finest Winchester Model 21 on NRA NewsSee the finest Winchester Model 21 ever made, commemorating the bond between a man and his dog, this afternoon on NRANews.
Queen Anne Flintlock wraps up British Pistol series on NRAnewsA Queen Anne Flintlock Muzzleloader just like the one that got Gilder in trouble in New Jersey appears this afternoon on NRANews.
Robert Petersen's Winchester Model 21 double rifle featured on NRA News
Robert Petersen Model 21 double rifle by Tony Galazan on display at the National Firearms Museum
See how Petersen's passion for collecting firearms crosses his legendary sense of humor in today's edition of Curator's Corner on Sportsman Channel.
NRA Gun Gurus filming next evaluations at NRA Annual Meetings in NashvilleBe a part of NRA Gun Gurus Season 3 and sign up to have your prized firearm evaluated by Jim and Phil this April in Nashville.
NRA Museum's Black Watch Scottish Metal Frame Flintlock PistolA Black Watch Scottish Metal Frame Flintlock Pistol serves as the 4th firearm in Curator's Corner British gun series.

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Gun Guru Jim Supica and an M14 rifle in Nashville
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Gun Guru Jim Supica and an M14 rifle in Nashville
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