By Lars Dalseide | October 4 2012 11:37

Fairfax, Virginia - When Girls Guide to Guns CEO Natalie Foster swung by NRA Headquarters last month, we thought she might appreciate more of a 'behind the scenes' look at the building. One of her favorite stops was inside the National Firearms Museum offices. That's where she experience a first hand look at two very special guns.

First was Jesse James' Schofield model Smith & Wesson. After Natalie gushed over Jesse, we brought out Teddy.

President Theodore Roosevelt, to be accurate.

"He was my childhood hero," said Supica.

The safety hammerless Smith & Wesson Roosevelt offered to a prominent family related to Spanish royalty during his trip down the River of Doubt.

Oh, and a quick thanks to Natalie for allowing us to share her video of the experience here on NRAblog.

Natalie Foster from Girls Guide to Guns at the NRA National Firearms Museum offices with Charter Arms serial number 1

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