The history of firearms is truly fascinating and this show’s interview guest is a true historical expert. Logan Metesh is a firearms historian, vlogger, writer, and the man behind High Caliber History.
Logan has worked for NRA museums, the Smithsonian Institution, and the National Park Service. Logan’s work has been published in a variety of print and online outlets. He is a frequent guest on NRATV’s Curator’s Corner, and has served as a historic arms facilitator for Mysteries at the Museum, Gun Stories with Joe Mantegna, NRA Gun Gurus, and American Rifleman TV.
Listen along for his unique perspective on historical firearms and more!
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Highlights And Insights From The Episode
- Logan’s insights on historical firearms.
- The story behind Logan’s most viral Youtube video.
- Where Logan finds the rare historical footage he discusses on his Youtube videos.
- Logan’s expert opinion on the 3-D printed gun controversy.
- And so much more!
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High Caliber History
High Caliber History LLC was founded by Logan Metesh and provides fascinating historical analyses of firearms. Check out High Caliber History’s Youtube channel for “behind the scenes” access to museum collections, auction galleries, private collections, and more.
“With more than a decade of experience working for the Smithsonian Institution, the National Park Service, and the NRA Museums, his ability to present history and research in an engaging manner has made him a sought after consultant, writer, and museum professional. The ease with which he can recall obscure historical facts and figures makes him very good at Jeopardy!, but exceptionally bad at geometry.
Logan has been a frequent guest on the “Curator’s Corner” program for NRATV and has served as an historic firearms facilitator for television shows such as Mysteries at the Museum, Gun Stories with Joe Mantegna, NRA Gun Gurus, and American Rifleman TV.”