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Episode Guide

Season: 2016

Episode 301 - Guns of the Great War

Hosts Phil Schreier and Jim Supica profile some iconic guns of WWI as well as a variety of other firearms- from a long lost percussion shotgun and 1875 Remington revolver at evaluation to a rare Henry rifle up for auction.

Episode 302 - America's Shotgun

Co-host Jim Supica explores the saga of America’s favorite shotgun- the Remington 870. Phil Schreier encounters a remarkable Colt revolver on the evaluation table and the guys profile a WWII era Canadian carbine at Rock Island auction house.

Episode 303 - The Industrial Revolution

Co-host Phil Schreier reveals the integral role of firearms in the Industrial Revolution, Jim Supica profiles a decommissioned Air Force sidearm and the guys head to Rock Island auction house to check out a pair of flintlock dueling pistols.

Episode 304 - Replacing the 1911

Co-host Jim Supica unveils a lesser-known side of the Colt 1911 story, Phil Schreier evaluates a Lewis Jennings breechloader and the boys come across an exquisitely engraved target rifle at Rock Island auction house.

Episode 305 - The .40 Cal. Solution

Co-host Jim Supica explores the tradition of bridging the gap between calibers, Phil Schreier evaluates a Westley Richards Flintlock Fowler and the guys encounter a rare Parker shotgun at Rock Island auction house.

Episode 306 - Hollywood Guns Redux

Co-host Phil Schreier revisits the fascinating world of Hollywood armament, Jim Supica evaluates an early U.S. Navy carbine and, at Rock Island auction house, the guys examine a Smith & Wesson Registered Magnum.

Episode 307 - The Guns of Bass Reeves

Co-host Jim Supica examines the life and firearms of one of the West’s most notable lawmen- Bass Reeves. Phil Schreier evaluates a Cosmopolitan carbine and the guys appraise a Colt factory cutaway at Rock Island auction house.

Episode 308 - Lewis & Clark Air Rifle

Co-host Phil Schreier highlights an important air rifle from the Lewis & Clark expedition, Jim Supica evaluates a bizarre little .22 and, at Rock Island auction house, the boys encounter a Colt revolver owned by Roy Rogers himself.

Episode 309 - The Plains Rifle

Co-host Jim Supica profiles a gun that helped tame the wild frontier- the Plains Rifle. Phil Schreier evaluates a Griswold & Gunnison revolver and, at Rock Island auction house, the guys appraise two pistols made for a Saxon Prince.

Episode 310 - Guns of the American Revolution

Co-host Phil Schreier explores some noteworthy firearms from the Revolutionary War, Jim Supica evaluates a U.S. 1841 Mississippi rifle and, at Rock Island auction house, the guys profile an M1 Garand owned by none other than JFK.

Season: 2015

Episode 201 - Guns of the Rough Riders

Hosts Phil Schreier and Jim Supica explore the many guns of Theodore Roosevelt’s legendary Rough Riders- from Krag Rifles and Gatling Guns fired in the field to Potato Diggers and sidearms showcased in the studio.

Episode 202 - Weird and Wonderful Guns

Hosts Phil Schreier and Jim Supica delve into the world of weird and wonderful guns- from showcasing and shooting on location to exploring and evaluating in the studio.

Episode 203 - Hollywood Guns

Hosts Phil Schreier and Jim Supica take a behind-the-scenes look at Hollywood armament- from movie props and blanks fired on location to guests and guns featured in the studio.

Episode 204 - Search for Firepower

Hosts Phil Schreier and Jim Supica highlight some key developments in the ongoing search for superior firepower- from the evolution of repeating arms to the rebirth of the Henry rifle.

Episode 205 - Guns of the Old West

Hosts Phil Schreier and Jim Supica step back in time to explore the guns of the old west- from slinging lead on location to sitting down with a cowboy action-shooting icon in the studio.

Episode 206 - Inventing America's Pistol

Hosts Phil Schreier and Jim Supica pay tribute to America’s most iconic sidearm- The Colt 1911. Jim heads to the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum to explore its origins. Meanwhile, Phil tests the 1911 in his own personal pistol trial.

Episode 207 - Guns of the Springfield Armory

Hosts Phil Schreier and Jim Supica explore the history and lasting legacy of the Springfield Armory- from showcasing and shooting Springfield rifles on location to interviewing a Springfield guest in the studio.

Episode 208 - World's Finest Firearms

Hosts Phil Schreier and Jim Supica take a look at some of the world’s finest firearms. While Phil explores the exquisite collection of Robert E. Petersen, Jim puts in some trigger time with a pair of powerful big game guns.

Episode 209 - Guns of the Civil War

Hosts Phil Schreier and Jim Supica explore the many guns of the Civil War- from testing rifles on location to reviewing Civil War sidearms in the studio.

Episode 210 - Weapons of World War II

Hosts Phil Schreier and Jim Supica take a look at some iconic weapons of WWII. Jim climbs behind the controls of an allied tank while Phil test fires a pair of U.S. submachine guns.

Season: 2014

Starting With a Bang!

America’s most famous firearms experts are back! NRA Gun Gurus Phil Schreier and Jim Supica are traveling the country to find and hear the stories behind some of the most unique and valuable firearms.. This week we’ll 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!

Foreign Exchange

This week, Gun Gurus Phil and Jim introduce some amazing firearms from around the world. 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.

War Heroes

America’s favorite gun experts are back on the prowl for the coolest, rarest, most fascinating firearms in the country. 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!

Firearm Aficionados Phil and Jim are back this week at Tulsa’s Wanenmacher Arms Show and the NRA Annual Meetings in Houston. 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.

Olympic Gold

The NRA Gun Gurus, Phil and Jim, are back this week with their eyes on gold. Phil tells the great story of Dwight Eisenhower’s Winchester Model 21while Jim hears the story of an engraved 1972 Olympic commemorative pistol, where the value brings quite a surprise for the owner.

Riding Shotgun

NRA Gun Gurus Phil and Jim are back on the road to evaluate some amazing guns and hear some remarkable stories. Phil is blown away by 2 rifles – a Remington Buffalo Rifle and an engraved Winchester Ballard – both in pristine condition and both with a possible value north of $20,000. From the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum at Bass Pro Shops in Springfield, MO., Jim will let us know the story of one of the most unusual rifles ever produced. We’ll also hear about what is really means to “ride shotgun”.

A 1 of 1 Family Tradition

If you perk up when you hear that a gun is, “one of one” that was ever made, then you must check what our firearm experts, Phil and Jim, run across at the NRA Annual Meetings in Houston. With rare being this week’s theme, we get to see a Smith & Wesson revolver with Russian markings and a ‘Berdan Sharp Shooters’ Sharps Model 1859 go up for auction.

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

When NRA Gun Gurus – who have seen most everything there is to see in the world of rare and valuable firearms - get excited about a gun, you know it has to be great! 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 from the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum at Bass Pro Shops in Springfield, MO.

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