The latest exhibit in the Front Door Gallery at the Finney County Historical Museum, “Aiming True,” features more than a dozen antique rifles, shotguns and muskets. The display is open during regular summer exhibit hours of 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 1-5 p.m. Sundays. The museum is located at 403 S. Fourth in Garden City’s Finnup Park, adjacent to the pedestrian gate at Lee Richardson Zoo, and admission is free. The firearms include a Winchester 1873 lever action rifle, known as “the gun that won the West,” a Sharps Army carbine of Civil War vintage, a pair of U.S. military-issue Wickham muskets dating to the 1820s and 10 other historic weapons from the museum’s artifact collection. The Front Door Gallery is located just inside in the museum’s main display hall. The eight by 14-foot gallery hosts approximately six changing displays and collections each year. The firearms display is one of more than a dozen changing and long-term exhibits. The museum gift shop operates simultaneously with the exhibits, and the historic 1884 William Fulton House is open 2-4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays just southwest of the museum inside the zoo.