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It is with extreme sadness that we must pass along the following information. On Friday, February 17th at 3:12 pm, our longtime friend and faithful Arms Making Workshop student Randy Zartman, lost his battle with Cancer and went home to be with the Lord. Randy fought the good fight, always with a smile, a great attitude and a kind word for everyone. He was an inspiration to everyone who knew him, and will be greatly missed. Services are scheduled for Friday, February 24th at 4:00 pm at LCBC Church, which is located at 2392 Mount Joy Rd. Manheim PA. 17545 ... See MoreSee Less

1 day ago

Winston JonesPrayers and thoughts for Randy and his family. He was a great guy, and I am going to miss him in class. He was always friendly and upbeat.5 hours ago

Mike N Nancy NisslySorry to hear of this thinking of you guys and his family are in our thoughts and prayers1 day ago

Andrew W CookSorry for your loss. Keeping the family in my thoughts and prayers.1 day ago

Vilhelm SeeSo very sorry and thoughts and prayers for him and his family.1 day ago

Troy GoldenThoughts and prayers for his family1 day ago

Marcas Ó MírGod bless13 hours ago

***SOLD*** We have two sets of our tow worm and ball puller combos in stock and ready to ship!! These were just completed by Brad and are 18th Century period correct and hand made. They are approx. 3" long and feature 8x32 threads. The larger worm will fit a .54 caliber bore or larger and the smaller worm will fit a .40 caliber bore or larger. One worm and one puller per set. Price per set is $90 ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

David Cummingsgo any .62 cal floating around? I had to build my own they worked but those look pretty nice5 days ago

Eric BornemanPm'd you, I would like both sets- for my Virginia and the youth .45 if they are still available.4 days ago

John HillVery nice...4 days ago

Patrick SurrenaCan I get one larger set?4 days ago

Mitch YatesJohn U. Rees5 days ago

We have our Eastern Wool Gun Covers back in stock!! They are locally made from high quality blanket grade wool and are designed to perform the necessary function of keeping moisture away from your rifle while offering a cushion of protection during transportation. Overall length is 66". Price is $25/each ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

Jim AdamsAnd they will polish your rifle during transport. I like these.6 days ago

The start of a new project... Shane just started this custom Colonial Virginia rifle that's stocked in a piece of Presentation Quality curly maple and will receive a custom 4 piece brass patch box. Today he hand made the side plate, which is shown here in a file finish, and is currently working on the side plate inlet. ... See MoreSee Less

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Custom Rifle by Jason Hogarth This custom rifle by Jason Hogarth is based on the work of John Bonewitz. Jason used his own artistic expression and the influence of Bonewitz’s work to produce this iron mounted long rifle. It features a 42″ Colerain “B weight” barrel in .45 caliber, an L&R Lock and Davis double-set triggers. It has a trigger pull length of 13 7/8″. The custom made iron patch box features silver accents and was hand engraved by Larry Gardner. The rifle is completely relief carved front to back with a very elegant and pleasing motif on the cheek piece side of the rifle. The barrel is signed “J C H” on the top flat. Price: $2800.00 ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Jim AdamsGreat price on this one. Has lots of detail and great engraving. Certain other websites would be asking 4 grand for this...1 week ago

Carl GardenhireI fancy J. Bonewitz rifles. There is also something about an iron mounted rifle that is very appealing to me. Beautiful work!1 week ago

James HartzellBeautiful1 week ago

Jeff GrimmBeautiful !1 week ago

Pasquale CosenzaBeautiful work.1 week ago

Thomas DurbinSome real craftsmanship. That looks nice.1 week ago

Keith CurryGary-Lauren Warren1 week ago

The 18th Century Artisan Show in Lewisburg, PA is underway! If you're at the show be sure to stop by our table and say hello. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Dan CooperI'm heading there tomorrow and will look for your table!3 weeks ago

Tom DietzIn room 1 on the right , road side . amazing stuff everywhere you look3 weeks ago

R Joseph InterranteThat rifle..wow3 weeks ago

Jacob PattisonWish I was there!3 weeks ago

Ron ServelloNice!2 weeks ago

We will be out of the shop today as we are heading to the 18th Century Artisan Show in Lewisburg, PA. The show opens tomorrow morning at 9 am and we hope to see you there! ... See MoreSee Less

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We just added a few "Testimonials" to our website from this years hunting season. Congratulations to everyone that had a successful year. We love seeing our customers having great success with their Cabin Creek rifles! ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Arlee SheetsGreat pictures!!3 weeks ago

Custom Hunting Bag ~ For Sale This is a great 18th Century style bag that has been Brad’s personal hunting and shooting bag for several years. This bag definitely has "The Look" as it has traveled many miles while trekking and hunting in the Eastern Pennsylvania woods. The bag measures approximately 9" wide and 9 1/2" tall, and contains many unique features. There is an ample size pocket on the back of the bag where Brad always carried his fire starting kit as well as several topographical maps. The front side of the shoulder strap is equipped with a wonderful "slide pocket" as well as a sheath for a patch knife. The back of the strap is fully adjustable, with a period correct brass buckle. The interior of the bag contains two large compartments, set at different levels, in order to provide easy access. Each large compartment has also been fit with an accessory pocket. The complete interior has been well thought out, in order to provide maximum storage in a limited space. The bag is completely hand sewn and is very high quality. The entire perimeter of the bag is finished with hand sewn "piping", as are the top edges of the interior compartments. The exterior is finished with a unique flap design that is both visually pleasing and highly functional. This bag was custom made for Brad by Speedy Hogarth. As a bonus, we are including a hand made ball bag at no additional cost. Price ~ $225.00 ... See MoreSee Less

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Shane wrapped up the patch box engraving on the Virginia rifle today so it's now officially ready for stain and finish! We always love it when a project makes it to the finishing stages and you can see it all come together 👍 ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Cabin Creek MuzzleloadingOur designs start out as a pencil sketch that we draw on by hand and then cut using an engraving chisel and hammer.4 weeks ago

John HillVery nice...4 weeks ago

Jeff GrimmBeautiful !4 weeks ago

Rick Melendez Jr.Nice work4 weeks ago

54 caliber Colonial Virginia Kit We currently have a .54 caliber Colonial Virginia kit in stock and ready to ship. The Virginia kit is stocked in a piece of Grade 3 Curly Maple that we are selling at a Grade 1 price due to a very small inclusion of ingrown bark in the butt stock. Our Colonial Virginia kit features a 42" Colerain C weight barrel, a hand tuned Large Siler lock and Davis trigger. The trigger pull is set at 13 5/8". All necessary hardware is included to build a complete rifle. Price ~ $900.00 ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Eric BornemanMy arms making workshop kit? Concern about the butt stock?4 weeks ago

Aaron FreyJason Puchalsky. Right up your alley!4 weeks ago

Troy GoldenGreat deal4 weeks ago

Vilhelm SeeGREAT PRICE!4 weeks ago

Shane is currently working on finishing up this Colonial Virginia rifle. The engraving is always the last step before applying stain to the stock, and today he knocked out the wrist inlay and the star. The rifle also has a brass patch box on the opposite side so you should be seeing photos of that in the next few days. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

James M FrostIs that red maple?4 weeks ago

Jeff PattonAs always, beautiful craftsmanship!4 weeks ago

Randal ZartmanI got to to see this beauty i person son today. wowo.4 weeks ago

Eric BornemanFine work and detail as always4 weeks ago

Shannon CaldwellAlready beautiful.4 weeks ago

Rick Melendez Jr.Sweet4 weeks ago

Vilhelm SeeAWESOME AS ALWAYS!4 weeks ago

Keith CurryGary-Lauren Warren4 weeks ago

54 caliber Colonial American Pistol Kit Currently available in stock and ready to ship is one of our 54 caliber smoothbore, Colonial American Pistol Kits, stocked in a piece of figured curly maple. This particular kit features a Small Siler lock with a polished brass lock plate and pan. The lock has been hand tuned by Brad for fast and reliable ignition. Our unique barrel is being CNC Machined exclusively for this pistol. It measures 8 3/4″ long and is octagon to round – tapered and flared, with a graceful wedding band at the transition. It is also supplied with a hand-fit breech plug, which insures the absolute finest in quality and function. This design is based largely on the work of immigrant German Gunsmiths in Eastern Pennsylvania prior to and during the Revolutionary War. (The kit includes all necessary hardware to build a completed pistol. Customer can switch the brass lock for a regular steel plate small siler if interested) Price: $800.00 ***SOLD*** ... See MoreSee Less

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We've had a few request lately for Cows Knees, so we sewed a couple up. The Cows Knee is an absolute necessity for any flintlock shooter who wants to keep his gun shooting in wet or damp weather. These leather lock covers are hand sewn from calf skin and come with 2 leather thongs for attaching to the gun. The price is $20/each and we only have a limited number sewn up, so get one before they are gone! ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Ty DavisNeat design! Are they based on an origional? Thanks.1 month ago

Daniel ShireyI have had one for several years now. Wish I would have had one sooner. Worth every penny!1 month ago

Zach ReichertCarl Reichert this is what Jim was talking about in Maine1 month ago

18th Century Artisan Show February 3rd & 4th, 2017 This is a friendly reminder that we will be at the 18th Century Artisan Show is Lewisburg, PA. If you plan on making the show, be sure to stop by our table and say hello! This event is a showcase of some of the finest Contemporary American Folk Art America has to offer. This includes period jewelers, potters, furniture makers, flintlock rifle and powderhorn makers and more! 100 tables of Contemporary and Antique folk art: displaying antique and contemporary muzzleloading rifles, powder horns, hunting bags, knives and accoutrements. Also redware pottery, handmade furniture, copperware, tinware, hand forged knives, silver work, art, books, and more. There is also a separate room featuring muzzleloading gun parts and supplies. The Country Cupboard Two miles north of Lewisburg, PA on U.S. Route 15 North Five miles south of I-80 - Lewisburg Exit 210A Friday: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission: $5.00 Rooms are available for your stay, at the Best Western County Cupboard Inn Call 570-524-5500 to make your reservations. For Information Contact: John Getz 570-541-1655 Art DeCamp 814-643-6343 NOTE: Muzzleloading firearms ONLY! No cartridge, or post-1898 style firearms. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Dan CooperI plan on attending and will make it a point to find your table and say hello.1 month ago