By Danielle Sturgis | September 5 2010 08:30
How do the experts recommend visitors to the NRA National Firearms Museum explore the Hollywood Guns exhibit? Very, very carefully -- and with the support of the Hollywood Guns guidebook.

For those of you who haven’t seen it mentioned already on NRAblog, the Hollywood Guns exhibit is the National Firearms Museum’s newest display. More than 100 guns used in popular movies are on display in the Museum's Ruger gallery through next summer. If you have the chance to visit the Museum, hop into its gift store to purchase a copy of the exhibit's accompanying guidebook. It explains the significance of each piece in the display.

If you won’t be able to make it to the Museum within the next year, use the guidebook (and the Museum's fabulous website) to experience the exhibit from anywhere in the world. Full of glossy pictures and informative descriptions, the book guides the reader through Hollywood past and present, from The Big Trail, starring John Wayne, to 2010’s The Pacific. With an introduction by Stephen Hunter and expert gun descriptions by the National Firearms Museum’s senior curators, this is a not-to-miss collector’s item; best of all, it’s only $14.95!

Interested? Contact Van Scoyoc at bvanscoyoc@nrahq.org, or call the Store at 703-267-1614.
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