For more than a month now, NRANews has been rummaging around in the NRA National Firearms Museum's vault. Astutely escorted by Senior Curator Phil Schreier, they've looked at Barry Goldwater's long gun as well as a few forgeries and
fakes. For tonight, it's just a simple Winchester 21 shotgun. Well, maybe not all that simple.
Before we start, we'll let you in on a little known fact ... Phil (pictured to the right) is a left-eye dominant shooter. Now you're saying, what's wrong with that? Nothing really, until you put him out on the shotgun range and find out that he's also right handed. That can be quite the obstacle when you're trying to target clays as they buzz across the sky. That's where the Winchester 21 comes into play.
This particular Winchester is built specifically for those who are left-eye/right-hand dominant. With this shotgun, the shooter can easily mount the gun and fire without any corrections. And if you'd see Phil wield one of these babies on the range, you'd see what a difference it can make.
For the complete story on the left-eye/right-handed Winchester 21, tune in at 10:40 p.m. Eastern Time as Phil Schreier gives NRANews Executive Producer John Popp a final look inside the National Firearms Museum vault on Sirius/XM Patriot or NRANews.com.