A gun made famous by Clint Eastwood will be on display in Medora this weekend as part of the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame’s annual gun road show.
The .44-caliber Smith & Wesson magnum revolver carried by Eastwood in his “Dirty Harry” movies will be brought by national firearms museum curator Doug Wicklund.
Wicklund will be on hand during the show Saturday and Sunday to evaluate antique guns. Gun owners can find out what they have, where it came from and what it’s worth.
Hall executive director Darrell Dorgan says people also can view the five dozen historic firearms in the Guns of Dakota exhibit.
A gun made famous by Clint Eastwood will be on display in Medora this…
by Tactical-Life.com / Jun 7, 2010