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The success of Discovery's "Sons of Guns" most certainly inspired this series about a family and their love of firearms. It follows the Wyatts -- Rich, his wife, Renee, and their kids, Kurt and Paige -- and the goings-on at Gunsmoke, their firearms facility located outside Denver that houses one-of-a-kind and historic guns, from hand cannons to hunting rifles. Gunsmoke has the largest and most experienced group of gunsmiths in Colorado -- if customers can't find what they want in the shop, the staff will build it, often from nothing more than a block of metal. And when the Wyatts aren't building or selling guns, they're shooting them. No gun leaves their shop without being test-fired by the family first.

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Customizing a 1898 Krag-Jorgensen rifle; Kurt and Rich's disagreement comes to a head.
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A 1883 Howdah pistol recreation; Jon and Doug wager on who will get to present a Super Bowl champion with his custom rifle; Kurt announces his plans to leave Gunsmoke.
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A long-barrel, single-action Colt Army Buntine Special; Renee and Rich pitch a "Gunsmoke" product to Smith & Wesson.
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A Winchester is modified into a "truck gun"; Kurt is pressured to finish engraved gun gifts for a charity event.
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A professional bull rider requests an unusual wearable gun; a teacher orders an M1 Garand to honor his grandfather who fought at Iwo Jima.
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The Gunsmoke crew builds a special motorcycle for a retired New York firefighter and customizes a 1911 motorcycle for a retired Air Force customer who has diminished strength in his hand.
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The Gunsmoke team prototypes a new helicopter M-16 machine gun; a group of professional BMX stunt riders challenge Rich to a wager.
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The team has a prototype of a 338-caliber Lapua Magnum sniper rifle for the local police department; heirloom Remington shotgun overhaul; Rich and Renee test-fire a cache of different types of machine guns.
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The team creates a safer Civil War style double barrel cannon; Rich and Renee help a couple become more comfortable with their revolvers; Scott and Brian have a friendly competition.
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A professional shooter commissions a competition Winchester rifle; a custom order S&W MP for an exotic animal rescuer.
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A Navy Veteran commissions a Nock gun; a Florida alligator hunter orders a rifle to take down alligators; Rich and Kurt meet with a weapons designer.
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A customer commissions a Tommy gun to be used in his 1920s-themed competitive shootout; an avid hunter requests a lightweight 50 caliber.
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The Gunsmoke crew creates an axe mortar gun; a client requests a replacement for his lost, childhood gun, a Trapdoor Springfield.
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Scott takes the lead on a avalanche triggering gun project; a woman orders an AR-10 with a grenade launcher.
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Tempers flare on the Zombie Apocalypse gun project; Rich, Kurt and Paige test fire a Vietnam War-era rocket launcher.
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The Wyatts and the Gunsmoke crew build a large historical punt gun; Rich swaps pistols for Elvis memorabilia.
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Kurt takes the lead on a customer request for a customized Barrett; two rare colts; the gunsmiths have a shooting competition.
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Recreating an 1866 Winchester Yellow Boy for a client; Renee and Paige haul out an arsenal for a special shooting event for local firefighters.
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Rich barters for an M1 Garand used during D-Day and a Luger that was featured in the 1930s movie "Hell's Angels."
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Rich's team builds a Civil War era-style cannon that shoots bowling balls.
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Renee receives an engraved, silver, 10-carat diamond encrusted 1911 pistol as an anniversary present; an Oliver North autographed AR-15.

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