This ordinary stainless steel revolver was carried by New York police officer Walter Weaver into the World Trade Center as he risked his life to save others on September 11, 2001. He never made it out that day, but his revolver was later recovered from the ashes. Officer Weaver's family donated the gun to the NRA National Firearms Museum, where it now holds a place of honor as a reminder of the law enforcement officers who put their lives on the line daily. It's an ordinary firearm that stands as a symbol of extraordinary bravery. Walter Weaver's revolver can be seen at the NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, Virginia.
This revolver was carried by New York police officer Walter Weaver into the World Trade Center.
April 19th, 2008A Tribute to Harlon Carter
NRA leaders — along with Carter relatives — praise the lion of the NRA, Harlon Carter.
December 27th, 2006Pride, Resolve, Dedication: Harlon Carter
This tribute honors the man whose vision shaped the modern NRA with his vigorous defense of our Second Amendment freedoms.