Colt Official Police wielded by New York State Troopers on Sportsman Channel

Colt Official Police .38 caliber revolver on Curator's Corner

Fairfax, Virginia - This week's edition of Curator's Corner begins with a theme. No, not a Bass Pro Shops Ugly Sweater Kit (seen during the opening minutes) kind of theme, but a law enforcement theme. And it all starts with a Colt Official Police.

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Boxed .44 Special was 500,000th Bulldog made by Charter Arms

.44 Special Charter Arms Bulldog revolver

Fairfax, Virginia - There was such a positive reaction to last week's boxed presentation gun on Curator's Corner that we decided to do it again. Actually it was NRA Museums Senior Curator Philip Schreier who decided ... but why get messy with the details.

What we have here is the 500,000th .44 Special Bulldog made by Charter Arms.

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Curator's Corner on Sportsman Channel features Colts arm of Law & Order

Colts Woodsman Match Target semi-automatic .22

Fairfax, Virginia - When NRA Museums Senior Curator Philip Schreier saunters on to the set of Curator's Corner, you know you're going to see something special. And when that something special comes with its own ebony case? Well, now we're really talking. And this week we're talking about a .22 Colts Woodsman Match Target semi-automatic pistol.

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11mm double-action revolver used by Allies in World War I

Senior Curator Philip Schreier holds a French St. Etienne Model 1873 Double-Action Revolver at the NRA Museum in Fairfax

Fairfax, Virginia - When NRA Museums Senior Curator Philip Schreier wheeled out his cart of guns for our last Curator's Corner shoot, there was one film fan in the audience (who asked to go unmentioned) who noticed this sidearm from the movie The Mummy. That's right, it's Brendan Fraser's St Etienne Model 1873 Revolver.

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Most popular American civilian rifle in lever action perfection

The action of a 94 Winchester Rifle given to Texas Ranger Trent Horton

Fairfax, Virginia - Guns that appear Curator's Corner are amongst the rare, the special, the uniqueness of offerings to be found here at the National Rifle Association. So when NRA Museum Senior Curator Philip Schreier broke out a 94 Winchester lever action, you knew it had to be more than a run of the mill rifle.

Sure that's tough to do when it comes to the most popular rifle in American history (Garands don't count - we're talking civilian rifles not military here), but when you have Phil then you always have a way.

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Flintlock from the days of the Minutemen made for NRA speakers

Flintlock American long rifle presented to Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater in 1971.

Fairfax, Virginia - Veterans Day is right around the corner. A day to remember all those who stepped forward, answered the call, and served our nation during times of peace and war. For Veterans Day Eve, Curator's Corner is focusing on a firearm used by the first of America's veterans ... the Minutemen.

"This is an American long rifle, a contemporary long rifle made by Cecil Brooks of Ohio," regaled NRA Museums Senior Curator Philip Schreier... more on Barry Goldwater's American Long Rifle ...

Double barrel bolt action right comes with eight shots and amazing engravings

Right side of a Szecsei & Fuchs Double Barrel Bolt Action Rifle at the NRA Museum

Fairfax, Virginia - So there you are in Africa. Day six of a six day safari and you haven't seen squat. With a boatload of permits at the ready, all you can think is what a waste. Why did I come here? Why can't I find anything? Wouldn't it be great if I found them all at once on this very last day?

That's when it happens. You see them all. Problem is, they see you too.

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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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