Join Jim and Phil this week as we hear about a Texas Ranger’s historical Colt, a beautiful American Long Rifle found in a trashcan, and a Smith & Wesson .44 worth over $100,000!.
From the world’s largest gun show in Tulsa we’ll hear about Russia’s first semi automatic rifle, take a visit to the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum at Bass Pro Shops in Springfield, MO. to see a Flintlock that belonged to none other than Napoleon Bonaparte.
Oldies but Goodies
NRA Gun Gurus Phil and Jim, continue their journey from Tulsa to Illinois, making a few stops along the way to show us a pair of walking cane guns, a beautiful boxed set of percussion pistols and the Duke of York’s English Fowler shotgun from the late 1700’s.
This week, we’ll hear war stories about military weapons such as a Henry .44 Civil War rifle, a Confederate Revolver and German WWII Luger “Black Widow” and see how much these firearms are worth.
Colts and Lugers, Lugers and Colts!
Knee-deep in amazing Lugers and fascinating Colts, we also see a rare Presidential shotgun and an exceptional Colt Model 1860 Army, with a canteen shoulder stock that may sell near $100,000.
NRA Gun Gurus Jim and Phil have their eyes on gold this episode, when they see an engraved 1972 Olympic commemorative pistol and President Dwight Eisenhower's Winchester Model 21.
NRA Gun Gurus Phil and Jim evaluate amazing guns with remarkable stories in "Riding Shotgun." While Phil gets blown away by a Remington buffalo rifle and an engraved Winchester Ballard, Jim shares one of the most unusual rifles ever produced - and it's on display at the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum at the Bass Pro Shops in Springfield, MO!
A 1 of 1 Family Tradition
If you perk up when you hear a gun is "one of one," you'll enjoy what firearm experts Phil and Jim find at the NRA Annual Meetings in Houston. The duo also examine a rare Smith & Wesson revolver and Sharps Model 1859.
What in the World is That?
What our Gun Gurus run across this week will blow your mind! Phil and Jim will show us a .75 caliber percussion pistol, a handgun so unique you can't get ammo for it anymore, an 800 psi air rifle and a Winchester Model 1866 that could surpass $400,000 at auction!
That's One Lucky Young Man
Jim and Phil have seen most everything there is in the world of rare and valuable firearms, so when they get excited about something you know it's good. In "That's One Lucky Young Man," Phil meets a father and son with an 1881 Marlin Ballard and Jim tells the fantastic story of the Parker shotgun owned by Annie Oakley on display at the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum at Bass Pro Shops in Springfield, MO.