A San Angelo man who has put together a vast artillery collection has donated his artifacts and models to Fort Concho. You can see most of the pieces in a special exhibit for the next couple of months. Monday night on The Address Is: we visit Fort Concho. "The vast majority are originals....." Fort Conchos Cory Robinson has a lot of stories to tell about the newest exhibit in barracks number one. He says the collection of real artifacts and models teaches people about the progression of weapons from the mid-1800s to modern times. "To have all these weapons...gives perspective...progression of everything." They were given to the fort by long-time living history volunteer and docent William Stebbins. Robinson says hes an avid collector. "We had an idea he had a large collection -- he didnt have room when he moved to a smaller house -- he had intended to donate the collection to Fort Concho." One of the rarest pieces is a Bridesburg Trap-Door rifle used during Civil War years. " The Bridesburg Trap-Door was a Civil War weapon by military contract only about 60 or 70-thousand were made." There is also a large display of edge-weapons or sabers. "They were nick-named wrist breakers because they were so heavy in use." You can see the exhibit at the fort for the next couple of months Monday through Friday from nine to five and then on Sundays from one to four.