By Lars Dalseide | June 20 2011 18:34

Earlier today, Sherri Jo Gallagher of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit stopped by NRA Headquarters for a tour the facilities. A highly accomplished shooter, Sherri is the reigning National High Power Rifle Champion as well as winner of the 2009 Long Range High Power Championship at Camp Perry.

While here, she met with members of the Competitive Shooting Division, NRA Publications, and stopped by National Firearms Museum Director Jim Supica's office for look at his famed collection of Smith & Wesson revolvers as well as his safe filled with serial number ones.

After digging through the collection, Sherri asked, "If I get a # 1 tattoo, do you think he'll let me stay?"

Sherri Gallagher of the US Army Marksmanship Unit in front of NRA Museum Director Supica's safe on NRAblog

Sherri in front of Jim Supica's Smith & Wesson revolver safe.

Sherri Gallagher of the US Army Marksmanship Unit with Jesse James' Schofield revolver on NRAblog

Sherri holding Jesse James' Smith & Wesson Schofield revolver.

Sherri Gallagher of the US Army Marksmanship Unit with a .320 caliber Smith & Wesson revolving rifle on NRAblog

Sherri sighting up an 18 inch, .320 caliber Smith & Wesson revolving rifle.

Sherri Gallagher of the US Army Marksmanship Unit taking aim with a .308 caliber McMillan Super Sniper rifle on NRAblog

Sherri taking aim with a .308 caliber McMillan Super Sniper rifle, serial # 1.

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