The sensational .357 Magnum owned by Robert E. Petersen (4 PICS)

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Said to be one of the world’s finest, the personal gun collection of Robert E. Petersen was donated to the Gallery of the NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, Va., by his widow following his death. The featured firearm is a Dan Wesson Arms D11 .357 Magnum from the 400-piece collection.

Petersen, an avid hunter and gun collector, was the founder of Motor Trend Magazine, Guns & Ammo and many other well known magazines.

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