This factory engraved pistol with mother-of-pearl grip panels was owned by President Theodore Roosevelt. Family tradition holds that this semi-automatic pistol was one that Theodore Roosevelt used as a nightstand gun during his years in the White House.
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Dwight David Eisenhower’s Winchester Model 21 shotgun
Firearms have a long-standing history, including in the White House. There have been many Presidents who have welcomed firearms into the executive office and the NRA Museums houses five exquisite pieces that belonged to former Commanders in Chief.
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To learn more about these presidential firearms, check out this clip from NRA All Access: