People The Ashley Update: Four-shot .46 Caliber Pistol from the 1600s Ashley Hlebinsky November 14, 2018 0 COMMENT Hlebinsky, who previously worked at the Smithsonian is exactly the kind of ambassador the shooting community needs. Torrentially well informed, passionate to the point of geekery, and blessed with a wicked sense of humor, she can swill whiskey and smoke cigars while holding forth on black powder muskets until your eyes glaze over. Spreading the gospel of responsible firearms ownership has never been more important, and being able to demystify an inanimate object while educating the public about its role in the nation’s history goes a long way toward countering negative publicity. Ashley has a big update about a new show, Master of Arms. In this week’s update, Ashley also shows us an antique rifle that proves safety has always been important. This week Ashley shows us a four-shot repeating pistol that belonged to the Earl of Meath. The pistol features an intricate system that has four smooth barrels, which rotate to fire the next shot. This Friday is a new episode of Master of Arms, check out the preview below: Do you have a question for Ashley about anything she’s discussed this week or even about some of the little-known things she loves? Want to see more Ashley Updates? WATCH HERE Explore RECOILweb:Wheelchair Concealed Carry - Part IIIFull speed with the Salvo 12 shotgun suppressorMore on the Remington R51Can You Really Have Too Much Weapon LIght?