By Lars Dalseide | April 15 2010 14:14

Joe Wanenmacher on Curator's Corner covered on NRAblogFans of Curator's Corner are in for a real treat. For the next few weeks, you'll be transported to the floor of Wanenmacher’s Tulsa Arms Show. There you will see the gang from the National Firearms Museum highlight some of the more popular guns they take on the road. This time out, it was an offering from the Clint Eastwood collection.

But tonight we're taking a new angle. Instead of highlighting a particular gun, we are going to highlight a gun show. To assist us in this venture is Joe Wanenmacher, founder of the Tulsa Arms Show. Hear how the show grew from a few hundred tables to over four thousand, what obstacles they faced, exhibitors that have come and gone, and what steps a patron should take when evaluating or purchasing a gun.

We're back on schedule next week with a beautiful revolver (no clues yet,) so take advantage of Mr. Wanenmacher's experience while you can. It's not every day that one have to opportunity to gain such a unique look at running the world's largest arms show.

In addition to Curator's Corner, the show provided a nice backdrop for our first shot at the NFM Roadshow — where people bring their firearms for appraisal and evaluation live on camera. But you'll have to wait for more details on that front.

What you won't have to wait for is Joe Wanenmacher, live on tape from the Tulsa Arms Show tonight at 10:20 p.m. EST as Curator's Corner hits the airwaves on and Sirius Patriot channel 144.

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