NRA Store Announces 'Evolution of American Freedom' Framed Prints

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posted on April 9, 2016
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History's done a great job explaining the political influences and military engagements that have defined the United States, but not much is often said about the firearms employed to keep the nation free. The NRA Store is rectifying that with its new "Evolution of American Freedom" framed prints, which celebrate many of the rifles and handguns that have proven vital to our country's quest for freedom.

From the Kentucky Flintlock to the M4, you'll be able to track the evolution of firearms technology. The prints feature a rifle and handgun from nine major U.S. military conflicts. The firearms represented were selected by curators from the National Firearms Museum. A photograph of each firearm is presented, alongside a description of its caliber and the skirmishes where it had its greatest impact.

The set lists at $99.95.

For more information, go to NRAStore.com.

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