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PHOTO ALBUM

These are a just a few of the guns made in the shop.

(Click on each blue hyperlink or photo below to open each photo album or photo.)

   Enjoy!

Click on the following photos & hyperlinks in this section and you will be able to see how the guns were built from scratch to finish. There are a lot of photos and instructions related to how I did it. Hope this information is useful to you. 

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Later Southern Mountain Rifle - .40 Caliber with a 7/8" barrel

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  Susquehanna Rifle

 

2006-06-05 001.JPG (179133 bytes)  J.P. Beck School - Early Lancaster Rifle "Re-Becka

 

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John Grandstaff or Virginia Rifle   (Youth Rifle Project:) 

 

Finished Lock Side.jpg (36386 bytes)

 

  Marshall Hunting Rifle

 

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 Edward Marshall Rifle (Christian Springs Rifle)

                                                   

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   James Armstrong Rifle (Maryland School)    

 

2010-09-13 007.JPG (207932 bytes)         Isaac Haines Rifle (Left handed)                 

            

DSCN0275.JPG (623091 bytes)   Isaac Haines Rifle (Left handed) 

 

        Early Youth Transitional Southern Tenn. Rifle                                                       

           

Dc0038A_copy.jpg (147293 bytes)  Transitional Lancaster Rifle

 

  Southern Mtn Rifle.JPG (591224 bytes)       Southern Mountain Rifle                          

           

  Bethlehem Rifle - John Rupp   (My "Journeyman Rifle")   

 

Here is the Queen Anne pistol made with pure English walnut stock and all the metal pieces were cast from original pieces.  They all had to filed down to mate, be drilled and tapped to fit together. [ Check out the Queen Anne Pistol and learn something about the unique lock system for this early English pistol]

1750 Queen Anne Pistol    

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These are photos of just a few of the projects that came out of the shop.

Pistol Lock View copy.jpg (61421 bytes)                                 20140603_170732_resized.jpg (71365 bytes)

1750 Pistol (First Pistol)            "Free-Styled" Target Pistol         Dueling Pistol 

  Ky pistol lock copy.jpg (83060 bytes)                                           

            Kentucky Pistol                                 Pistol Rack                  Powder Horns:            

   Handmade Set Triggers 1.JPG (175006 bytes) Handmade Set Triggers.JPG (168424 bytes)

                     Hand-made Single Set Triggers

    Forged Butt Plates.jpg (160699 bytes)         

      Hand-forged Butt Plates   

(Bookie allowed me to use his forge)

 

                                                

                   Lancaster Rifle - Jacob Dickert School

 

                                            Beck_Side_3_copy.jpg (224151 bytes)

        

 

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