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Check out the photos, videos, and information below about the New NRA National Sporting Arms Museum inside Bass Pro Shops in Springfield, MO.

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About The New NRA National Sporting Arms Museum

The NRA National Sporting Arms Museum, featuring a firearms collection the world has never seen, is the product of a NRA and Bass Pro Shops partnership. It is located at the Bass Pro Shops "Grandaddy of all Outdoor Stores" in Springfield, Mo. With nearly four million people visiting the Springfield store each year, the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum will enhance the location's status as the most popular tourist destination in Missouri. [Click for Fact Sheet - Museum Overview]

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Museum visitors
With the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum located at Bass Pro Shops? flagship superstore in Springfield, Mo., interest in the museum is expected to remain high. Nearly four million people visit the Bass Pro Shops Springfield location each year, making it one of the most popular destinations in Missouri.
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Early Arms in America
Firearms were unknown to the Native Americans when Europeans began to establish permanent colonies in the Western Hemisphere. By the mid-1700s, many tribes had become proficient with the ?thunder stick? of the settlers.
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Lewis and Clark
Among the arms of the Lewis and Clark expedition was a Girandoni .48 caliber air rifle.
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1950s Hunter's Cabin
This scene depicts a hunting camp circa 1955 when the veterans of World War II and Korea gathered with their pals and dogs to spend time relaxing, hunting, eating, and telling tall tales.
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21 Gun Salute
The 21 guns shown in front of Old Glory trace the history of military firearms from the Revolutionary War to present day. This display's ?21-gun salute? is a tribute to the brave men and women in uniform who have served, and continue to serve, this country.
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Jesse James Revolver
Smith & Wesson Schofield revolver.
In the Spotlight

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[Click for News Release — Museum Visitors]

NRA National Sporting Arms Museum Images

A Word document with short descriptions, links, and download information for museum images and photos of the firearms in the collection.

Fact Sheet - Artifacts in the Collection

The same information and links as the previous Word document. Also includes the video links that are included in the slideshow.

[Click for Fact Sheet - Museum Overview]

[Click for News Release - Grand Opening]