jtallen83 Posted July 26, 2014 Report Share Posted July 26, 2014 I just had the privileged of viewing the National Sporting Arms Museum at the Bass Pro Shop in Springfield Mo. I spent about three hours looking and think I'll go back for more tomorrow. I would highly recommend a visit if your in the area, well worth the time!www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servle...=NRAMuseumJul2013_RDEven with the historic firearms like the Lewis and Clark air rifle there was one that impressed me above the rest. In a display case at the front door were two crossed rifles, a reproduction flint lock musket and an ArmaLite AR-10! It was a basic AR-10A4 with green furniture, a detachable carry handle and front sight with a large Prism red dot sight mounted on the handle. Napoleon Bonaparte's engraved and gold inlaid 16 gauge flint lock was in good company! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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