In a special holiday edition of Curator's Corner, John Popp and NRA Museums Senior Curator Phil Schreier examine the Remington Model 51. Designed by John Pedersen, it was made in .32 caliber, targeting the U.S. market, and .380 for Europe. Approximately 64,000 were manufactured until 1926. A highly collectable update of the gun was later issued. Most were returned to Remington for repair due to technical problems. John and Phil also discuss the relative merits of different calibers of ammunition.