By Lars Dalseide | January 13 2011 16:53

Colt Lightning .38 Pump Action Rifle at the National Firearms Museum on NRAblog There are still a number of quality firearms from Wanenmacher’s Tulsa Arms Show sitting in the Curator's Corner vault. For those of you who don't remember, that's where the boys from the NRA National Firearms Museum (NFM) traveled to Tulsa to take a look at the average gun owner's hidden beauties. Tonight, NFM Director Jim Supica gives the once over to Oklahoma's Joseph Stone and his Colt Lightning .38 Pump Action Rifle.

The Colt Lightning, pictured to the right in the medium and large frame, was a pump action rifle manufactured by Colt from 1884 to 1904. Also made in a light frame, the Lightning came with iron sights and could fire cartridges ranging from the standard .22 all the way up to the .50-95 Express.

For the full story on Stone's Colt Lightning .38 Pump Action Rifle, and another look at the Tulsa Arms Show, join the National Firearms Museum's Jim Supica tonight at 10:40 p.m. EST as Curator's Corner goes live on and Sirius/XM's Patriot Channel.


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