The National Rifle Association is promoting the largest gun show in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area this weekend at the Dulles Expo center in Chantilly, Virginia.
The event – dubbed the “Nation’s Gun Show” – is expecting higher than normal turnout and over 1000 tables of gun vendors and displays.
“If you are a fan of American history and great handguns – you won’t want to miss what’s in store for this show,” reads the announcement sent to NRA members.
The NRA also notes that a handgun belonging to the “Notorious outlaw Jesse James” will be displayed during that show as well as the gun belonging to “train robber Black Jack Ketchum.”
Other firearms displayed at the gun show include Teddy Roosevelt’s engraved .38 Colt revolver, General Sherman’s .32 rimfire Smith and Wesson, and Buffalo Bill’s serial no. 1 Navy Colt.
“Bring the whole family to see one of the finest collections of historic American firearms,” the notice reads.
The gun show offers free admission to NRA members and will be held December 28-30.