On this edition of Curator's Corner, NRA News Producer Cameron Gray attends the Wanenmacher's Arms Show in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He is joined by NRA National Firearms Museum Director Jim Supica and special guest Earl Mount to discuss the Walther Model 9 vest pocket pistol. When the pistol came out in 1921, it was the smallest 6.35 or .25 ACP caliber pistol made, and it remains the smallest .25 today. It was a huge marketing success for Walther, selling more than 100,000 units in the first four years. Originally aired on Sportsman Channel Cam & Co. 1/28/13.