http://www.nramuseum.org/ Holy. Cow. If only I didn't have a raging headache my entire time there...I took hundreds of pictures (thank God for modern digital cameras), but came nowhere near what I would have loved to have done...which is take individual shots of each firearm. There are over 2,000 firearms there aranged in more than 80 galleries. The galleries are well laid out and, for the most part, offer plenty of opportunity to take good gallery shots with cameras. I'm at work now, so I can't post any...but I'll do so later today. If anybody else has any NRA Museum pictures in their gun porn collection, feel free to post them. Admission is free. They're open every day of the year, except Christmas day, from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm. If you want to take pictures, you need to sign a simple form that basically says they're for personal use and not for profit. One of the coolest rifles I saw there was (I believe) a German made, dual flintlock (wheel lock?) rifle made in 1580. It was centuries ahead of it's time, based on design and capability. It was designed to be loaded with 16 or 18 (I don't remember which) stacked shots which would be fired roman candle style. And for something going on four and a half centures of age, it was in outstanding condition.