By Danielle Sturgis | April 8 2010 10:32
Wanenmacher's Tulsa Arms Show

NRA National Firearms Museum Director Jim Supica doesn't mince words when it comes to Wanenmacher's Tulsa Arms Show. "Everyone who considers himself a 'gun guy' needs to put this show on his bucket list," Supica said of the show, which features some 11 acres of exhibits and displays -- more than 4,000 tables, and more than any other gun show.

This event attracts collectors and dealers from all over the world, so it makes sense for the NRA National Firearms Museum to be on hand. "We attend large gun shows to get some of our incredible historic firearms out where people can appreciate them," Supica said.

At this show, Supica and Senior Curator Phil Schreier will have several firearms from the Museum's newest exhibit, Hollywood Guns. NRAblog is getting a sneak peak at  those later today, so stay tuned!

"If you can get to Tulsa, do it," Supica concluded. Supica and Schreier will undoubtedly spend the weekend meeting and chatting with NRA members among the acres of antique, collector, and modern firearms. We'll catch up with them for a post-event report, too.

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