NRA National Firearms Museum
The NRA National Firearms Museum presents Percussion Rifle by the Hawken Brothers
Nation's Gun Show on December 27, 28 & 29, 2019!
For December 27, 28 & 29 at the Chantilly Expo Center, the NRA National Firearms Museum will be bringing a special traveling exhibit featuring percussion rifles made by each of the three famous Hawken brothers.
Jacob and Samuel Hawken headed West and in 1845, created a family business in St. Louis, Missouri, building arms for trapping expeditions outfitting for the Rocky Mountains. The many rugged “plain” percussion rifles these two brothers made, ranging from light game guns to heavy rifles suitable for buffalo and grizzly bear, became legendary arms used by historic figures including Jim Bridger, Kit Carson, Jeremiah “Liver Eating” Johnson, and others. Jacob Hawken died during a cholera epidemic in 1849, but Samuel Hawken, after a brief pause to try out gold mining, kept on, eventually retiring from the gun trade in 1861.
But not all the Hawken brothers wound up in St Louis. William Hawken, a younger brother, remained in Hagerstown, Maryland near Harpers Ferry National Armory, the location where their father, Christian Hawken, had learned the trade. William’s rifles maintained a slimmer profile like the Pennsylvania/Kentucky rifles long made in the same area, and were also embellished with a finely engraved brass patchbox.
Each of these three Hawken rifles are part of the museum collection, representing more than 10,000 firearms of all historical periods on display daily at the NRA Headquarters in Fairfax, VA. For more information on the museum’s educational programs, e-mail email@example.com, call (703) 267-1600 or check out our website at www.nramuseums.com.
15 minute Gun Cleaning Seminars
4 Different Seminars
Revolver, Bolt Action, AR-15, Semi-Automatic Pistol
Friday - Semi-Automatic Pistol and Revolver Semi Automatic 5pm & Revolver 7pm,
Saturday - 4 Seminars 10am Semi, 12pm - Bolt Action, 2pm - Revolver & 4pm - AR-15
Sunday - 4 Seminars 10am Semi, 12pm - Bolt Action, 2pm - Revolver & 4pm - AR-15
Call Steve Anderson with Precision Gun & Bore Cleaning at 757.438.6285 or
email firstname.lastname@example.org for special requests or questions.
Notice Washington D.C. Residents:
You can purchase a handgun at the Nation's Gun Show; however, you CAN NOT carry the gun until you go through the entire transfer process with an FFL dealer.
Contact: Charles Sykes, Jr.
For Appointments Call: 301-577-1427
This workshop will introduce participants to an array of products on the commercial market that have been proven on the battlefield in the treatment of massive hemorrhage.
As a result, many lives have been saved by both military medics and civilian responders. These basic devices are simple enough for the average soldier to use and inexpensive enough for anyone to afford.
As a result, they are essential components of both the individual first aid kit (IFAK) and family emergency medical kit.
Principle equipment to be addressed during the workshop will include the following: Tourniquet, Pressure Bandage, Clotting Dressing, Occlusive Dressing, Tension Pneumothorax Needle, and Nasopharyngeal Airway.
The workshop will run for one hour. The purchase of a trauma kit is required to participate in the workshop.
Cleaning Products and Kits Available for:
AR-15’s, Semi-Automatic hand guns, revolvers, shotguns, bolt action rifles, Muzzleloaders, Carbines and Rugers, including gas tube cleaners, jags, solvents, lubricants, oils, brushes, patches, cleaning rods, guide rods, paste,
Shotgun Choke Cleaner, heavy duty 30 Caliber and up, and much more...
all neatly packaged and easy to use for your gun.
Some kits and equipment specially designed for guns we love to shoot but hate to clean. Shooting made easier and fun again!
Trauma Treatment Workshop
Friday - 4pm
Saturday - 11am and 2pm
Sunday - 11am and 2pm
SKIP THE LINE FOR 2020!!!
$105 per pass
Nation's Gun Show Attendee Information
Next Show: February 14, 15 & 16, 2020
Come to the show and get trained by an expert and get the kit or equipment you need fast without a lot of research!
Bring your difficult to clean guns with questions (please unload first!)
For more information or special setting needs like swimming pools or other activities please contact David Dietrich call 757.268.5258 or email at email@example.com
2020 Annual Passes NOW AVAILABLE!!!
Call 540-951-1344 or 540-951-2344
Virginia and Utah Concealed Handgun Classes
By: Historic Arms Corp.
Sign Up Online at http://firearmtrainingstore.com/calendar
(757) 331-1439 to sign up by phone or for more information
To sign up in person CLICK HERE for directions to our booth.
Virginia Concealed Handgun Permit Class: 2 hours $75.00
Virginia & Utah Concealed Handgun Permit Class: 3 hours $115.00
Utah Concealed Handgun Permit Class: 3 hours $115.00
AR-15 Build Class: 4 -5 hours $700.00 and up
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February 14, 15 & 16, 2020
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June 19, 20 & 21, 2020
July 24, 25 & 26, 2020
October 2, 3 & 4, 2020
November 20, 21 & 22, 2020
January 1, 2 & 3, 2021
Dulles Expo Center
4320 Chantilly Shopping Center
Chantilly, VA 20153
Friday: 3:00PM - 8:00PM
Saturday: 9:00AM - 5:00PM
Sunday: 10:00AM - 5:00PM
Teens (12-17): $8.00 | Children under 12: FREE
Honored Guest Passes are available for $50.00
Honored Guests may enter during Exhibitor Set-Up Times
from Thursday 3pm - 8pm and Friday 9am - 3pm
and during regular public hours
Annual Passes are available!
a discount on membership,
a hat and a magazine subscription
Virginia and Utah Concealed Handgun Classes
Virginia Concealed Handgun Permit 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Utah Concealed Handgun Permit 1:00pm - 4:00pm
FREE Basic Firearm Safety & Self Protection Course
offered with every paid admission
Limited Space Available
Courtesy of Showmasters
The District of Columbia is now issuing concealed carry permits. If you want to apply for a DC Carry Permit, Discover Shooting is doing training for DC permits! Visit the Discover Shooting table on the back wall for details
between the entrances for the restrooms.
Look for the big U.S. Concealed Carry Map.
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