It’s classic pistol competition as Colonel Jeff Cooper first created the combat sport, the Single Stack Nationals. Plus we go inside the Berman Museum with 8,000 weapons collected by an American spy.
It’s a story right out of the Old West: Stolen horses. Risk-taking. Retrieve horses. Return horses…Except, this story happened in the waning days of World War II—and it wasn’t the Wild West…..
The U.S. Marshals Museum announced today that it has added over 25% to its existing collection with a recent loan from the U.S. Marshals Service.
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Cody Firearms Museum has placed in True West magazine’s annual list of Top Ten Western Museums for 2016. The museum is ranked third in that group.
While Henry rifles were not issued officially in the Iron Brigade, members of that unit purchased their own Henrys to use in combat. Louis Quinius of Company B of the 66th Wisconsin Infantry…..
Recently, Dennis A. “Denny” LeVett donated one of his 12-inch Texas Model Colt Patersons to the Cody Firearms Museum (CFM) at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West.
The U.S. Marshals Museum today announced the hiring of Patrick Weeks as president and CEO. The move will free current president Jim Dunn from operational responsibilities.
The private ceremony took place on June 1, 2016. The event was held after regular museum hours and was attended by nearly 200 members of the museum.
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming, has named Herbert G. Houze Curator Emeritus of the Winchester Arms Collection and the Cody Firearms Museum at the Center.
The Buffalo Bill Invitational Shootout celebrates its 23rd anniversary in Cody, Wyoming, on August 11 – 13, 2016, and takes place at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Cody Firearms Museum…..
In honor of Glock’s 30th anniversary in America, the Cody Firearms Museum (CFM) at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West has opened the exhibition Glock Makes History: the Birth of the Polymer…..
More than 25 of the country’s leading conservation organizations are contributing to the creation of one of the largest, most immersive conservation attractions in the world.
The U.S. Marshals Museum will host “Oklahoma City Bombing: The Aftermath,” the third installment of its WANTED lecture series on Monday, May 2 at the Fort Smith Convention Center.
The U.S. Marshals Museum will present “Christopher Boyce and the Sleepover Bandits,” the second installment of its WANTED lecture series, today Monday, April 4.
Next week, the U.S. Marshals Museum will kick off its new lecture series, “WANTED: High Profile Cases of the U.S. Marshals Service.” During the series, the museum will highlight several of the…..
March 14 has been “targeted” as the date that trapshooting’s most historic and prized exhibits, memorabilia and artifacts will be moved to the newly constructed Trapshooting Hall of Fame &…..
Treasures from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Cody Firearms Museum and Buffalo Bill Museum are soon headed to the annual SHOT Show (“Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trade”) in Las Vegas…..
Bringing the National Museum of Americans in Wartime to life is a personal passion and a legacy we can all provide to future generations.
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West, an Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, reopens its popular Journeying West: Distinctive Firearms from the Smithsonian, just in time for the Center’s…..
In 1873, President Ulysses S. Grant entered his second term; Levi Strauss patented copper rivets on jeans; and Adolph Coors began brewing beer in Colorado…
The U.S. Marshals Museum today announced the hire of David Kennedy as museum curator.
The U.S. Marshals Museum today announced it has received a $100,000 pledge from the Hille Foundation of Tulsa in honor of Mr. David E. Bradley, a retired Deputy U.S. Marshal from Ketchum, Okla.
This week, the U.S. Marshals Museum announced it will receive a $1,000,000 contribution from Mrs. Donnie Pendergraft and family in honor of her late husband, Mr. Ross Pendergraft.
The U.S. Marshals Museum today announced the Robbie Westphal family has completed the transfer of 16.3 acres of riverfront property to the museum.
Join the U.S. Marshals Museum this Friday, Aug. 28 at noon for a Lunch & Learn and hear from representatives of the local U.S. Marshals office.