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NRA Museum GUN OF THE DAY – Colt Woodsman - It would be hard to find a better conditioned Colt Match Target pistol than this example in the Robert E. Petersen Gallery, as it still resides in its original cardboard shipping box!
Smith & Wesson’s Model 41 in was originally introduced in 1957 with a starting serial number of and the is still going strong. Our nicely blued example has the 7 barrel with muzzle brake mounted, but a shorter 5 ½ barrel was also available.
Beretta Storm A polymer pistol designed and sold by Beretta, it is chambered in S and ACP. The polymer frame has reinforcements for added strength, probably a subtle nod to Glock’s blowing up due to owners shooting hand loaded ammo.
GUN OF THE DAY – Remington Pistol. NRA National Firearms Museums in…---- ---- ---- Actually had one but it disappeared about 9 months after I bought it. Don't know what happened to it. I got no answers from anyone.