By Lars Dalseide | March 4 2010 16:45

Hollywood's No Country for Old Men shotgun appearing on NRANews

John Popp with the suppressed Remington 11-87 semi-auto shotgun from the movie No Country for Old Men on NRAblogAs NRAblog told you yesterday, tonight marks the first in a new six-part series of our weekly feature "Curator's Corner."  This section is all about movies. Last year you saw as Curator's Corner went Film Noir -- now watch as Curator's Corner Goes to the Movies.

As luck would have it, first up to the plate is February's fill in -- the shotgun from the Oscar winning movie "No Country for Old Men."

The "No Country" shotgun is a Remington 11-87 semi-auto fitted with a faux suppressor and will surely be a highlight in the National Firearms Museum's new "Hollywood Guns" exhibit. Shown here in the hands of NRANews Executive Producer John Popp, it was used in the movie when Javier Bardem was violently collecting stolen drug money from a rival gang.

But for all the details on Javier's Remington, you'll have to tune in tonight at 10:20 p.m. for this week's edition of Curator's Corner on NRANews.com or Sirius Patriot channel 144.

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