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There is no Next Episode of NRA Gun Gurus planned.
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.