In the 1980s and early '90s, there had been a lot of talk about creating an NRA gun museum, but nothing much had happened. Until Marion Hammer assumed the NRA presidency, that is. When she took the reins in 1995, she vowed she would make the museum a reality. And that's exactly what she did — Marion cut the ribbon on the NRA National Firearms Museum groundbreaking before leaving office in 1998. Here, she talks about the museum today and its impact.
Hammer talks about the museum today and its impact.