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"NRA Gun Gurus", JimSupica and Philip Schreier, bring over a half century of experience in firearmhistory. Together they travel across the country, making stops at the NRANational Firearms Museum and the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum at Bass ProShops in Springfield, MO, meeting everyday people who discover whether theirold firearm is worth much more than they had imagined or only has sentimentalvalue.
Hosts Phil Schreier and Jim Supica profile some iconic guns of WWI as well as a variety of other firearms- from a long lost percussion shotgun and 1875 Remington revolver at evaluation to a rare Henry rifle up for auction.
Co-host Jim Supica explores the saga of America's favorite shotgun- the Remington 870. Phil Schreier encounters a remarkable Colt revolver on the evaluation table and the guys profile a WWII era Canadian carbine at Rock Island auction house.
Co-host Phil Schreier reveals the integral role of firearms in the Industrial Revolution, Jim Supica profiles a decommissioned Air Force sidearm and the guys head to Rock Island auction house to check out a pair of flintlock dueling pistols.
Co-host Jim Supica unveils a lesser-known side of the Colt 1911 story, Phil Schreier evaluates a Lewis Jennings breechloader and the boys come across an exquisitely engraved target rifle at Rock Island auction house.
Co-host Jim Supica explores the tradition of bridging the gap between calibers, Phil Schreier evaluates a Westley Richards Flintlock Fowler and the guys encounter a rare Parker shotgun at Rock Island auction house.
Co-host Phil Schreier revisits the fascinating world of Hollywood armament, Jim Supica evaluates an early U.S. Navy carbine and, at Rock Island auction house, the guys examine a Smith & Wesson Registered Magnum.
Co-host Jim Supica examines the life and firearms of one of the West's most notable lawmen- Bass Reeves. Phil Schreier evaluates a Cosmopolitan carbine and the guys appraise a Colt factory cutaway at Rock Island auction house.
Co-host Phil Schreier highlights an important air rifle from the Lewis & Clark expedition, Jim Supica evaluates a bizarre little .22 and, at Rock Island auction house, the boys encounter a Colt revolver owned by Roy Rogers himself.
Co-host Jim Supica profiles a gun that helped tame the wild frontier- the Plains Rifle. Phil Schreier evaluates a Griswold & Gunnison revolver and, at Rock Island auction house, the guys appraise two pistols made for a Saxon Prince.
Co-host Phil Schreier explores some noteworthy firearms from the Revolutionary War, Jim Supica evaluates a U.S. 1841 Mississippi rifle and, at Rock Island auction house, the guys profile an M1 Garand owned by none other than JFK.
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