In the second in a new series of "cool stuff" from the NRA Museums, John Popp and firearms specialist Logan Metesh take a look at a covert operations gun made famous in the film Inglourious Basterds. Two German guards are killed when punched by Sedgley OSS fist guns mounted on gloves. It's a single-shot, .38 Smith & Wesson barrel mounted alongside a plunger that extends a bit beyond the fist. When depressed in a punch, it fires. There were only 50 to 200 hundred made. It will be a part of the newly-redesigned WWII gallery of the NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, Virginia.