From the NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, Virginia, John Popp speaks with Director Jim Supica. It's Jim's birthday, and his wife has given him a complete set of genuine Civil War trading cards. They then take a look at the coolest Confederate handgun of the Civil War, a LeMat Second Model Percussion Revolver. It's 9-shot, .40 caliber. Beneath the barrel is a 20 gauge shotgun barrel. Only a few thousand produced in Europe made it through the blockade.
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