The ultimate collection for the hunter of all things undead (10 PHOTOS)

Housed at the National Firearms Museum at the NRA headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia, is the ultimate collection for the avid hunter of all things undead. The collection includes an intricately engraved, silver-plated Colt .38 Special, silver bullets shaped like miniature vampire heads, a wooden stake, a mirror and a small vial of holy water. The undead hunting essentials come complete packed in a coffin-shaped case.

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