An excellent museum exhibiting an endless array of various firearms. When we visited, we didn't have enough time to really look, read, nor use the educational kiosks that stood near many of the exhibits. Nonetheless, if you are into firearms, their development and their history, this museum has lots to offer. I personally enjoyed the shotgun exhibits, and the firearms in Hollywood movies section. Signing the papers not to post any photos publicly (ie Facebook etc) was a bit odd, but kindly asked by the greeter/guard at the front reception desk so it didn't take away from the experience for us. Firearms have been a part of our frontier history, world conflicts and epic battles that have shaped our nations, president's past times, and movie lore. This museum presents them for our education and appreciation. I don't think it should matter whether you are pro gun or anti gun. Admission is free, donation kiosks are discretely placed if you wish to make a voluntary contribution.
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