Alma Man Collects And Displays Armor And Old Weaponry In His Museum


By Joe Astrouski | January 27, 2015

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When Gary Schlosstein was ten years old, he bought a Civil War musket on a family trip to Winona, Minn. The century-old gun cost $5. Once he grew up and began a legal career, Gary spent his spare time traveling the world to study and collect historical arms and armor. After retiring, Gary built a museum where he could share his collection and his knowledge with others.

Joe Astrouski

Joe Astrouski is a reporter for the “Wisconsin Life” project who travels the state, telling the stories of people and their passions. In his spare time, Joe enjoys fishing, hiking and eating his way across the Midwest with his wife, Charity.  Astrouski is a reporter, field producer and narrator for “Wisconsin...
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