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Here's a few shots of the Colonial Virginia rifle that Shane just finished up. This one received a presentation quality curly Maple stock, reworked trigger, four piece brass patchbox, silver star cheek inlay and a traditional tapered ram rod with iron tip. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

Jeff PattonShane, What a beautiful rifle! You are a very talented craftsman! The engraving is absolutely amazing!3 days ago

Robert GattoIts almost to gorgeous to shoot!! Almost ๐Ÿ˜‰3 days ago

Kenneth GeiselHow much for this one,3 days ago

Jeff LarsenBeautiful and amazing are two words that come to mind!!๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ‘3 days ago

Jimmy LitchfieldAbsolutely fine piece of work. Thanks for sharing.3 days ago

Shannon CaldwellYou guys are killin me. Lol. Beautiful as always3 days ago

Stephen ScharAmazingly beautiful work Shane! Wow!3 days ago

Dennis CowdryAwesome workmanship3 days ago

Matthew MehlmanVery nice work. Thumbs up3 days ago

Eric BornemanAmazing work!!3 days ago

Mark ThomasExcellent!3 days ago

Al KajinFantastic rifle!2 days ago

Winston JonesStunning. Love it.3 days ago

Barry HarmonOh my...3 days ago

Rick Melendez Jr.Wow very nice.3 days ago

Duane DorseyWow.3 days ago

Jerry FrameVery nice work!2 days ago

Stephen DeLietoWhat would something like this set me back in a 50 caliber ?3 days ago

Heinz DahlemSehr schรถn! Was fรผr ein Kalieber? Dรผnner Lauf, wenig Gewicht3 days ago

Keith CurryGary-Lauren Warren3 days ago

We hope everyone had a wonderful Easter yesterday and enjoyed some time with friends and family!! ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

Jeff PattonHope you and your family had a wonderful Easter also.6 days ago

Shooting Bag by Terry Crawford This shooting bag was made by Terry Crawford. It is a used bag, but looks absolutely brand new showing no signs of wear or abuse. It measures 9โ€ณ wide and 8โ€ณ tall giving ample room for storage and supplies. The back of the bag boast a nice size pocket for accouterments and the inside features a double pocket with 2 tool loops. Itโ€™s setup with an adjustable leather strap that features a brass buckle and brass D rings. Included on the strap is a leather lanyard for attaching a powder measure or any other accouterment necessary. Price: $135.00 ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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Engraved Powder Horn with Strap This is a neat little horn, dainty in size, measuring about 9โ€ณ on the outside curve. It has been ornately scrimshawed with a combination of detailed art work and inscriptions. The spout has been delicately carved and the horn has a domed pine base plug. The horn is outfitted with an adjustable leather strap and fiddle peg stopper. Price: $200.00 ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Jeffrey J. McClainIs this horn still available..?2 weeks ago

Scott ReigelOutstanding2 weeks ago

Sneak peak of the Virginia rifle after the aqua fortis has been applied... ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Javan HakeYou should start classes, I am sure people would pay decent to learn some of your skills!3 weeks ago

Pat LumleyRegister the screws!2 days ago

L Scott HanesHow do you highlight the patch box engraving ? That's really nice.3 weeks ago

Mike N Nancy NisslyOut standing work as it always is!3 weeks ago

Brian JutteNice looks great3 weeks ago

David BrownPerfect work.2 days ago

Next up.. stain and finish! The carbon black always brings everything together ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Pete LeRayAwesome! When you say carbon black, do you mean soot from a candle or?3 weeks ago

Robert GattoHoly Sh... that's gorgeous. I can't wait to see it when it's all done..4 weeks ago

Jeff PattonAwesome! You are a very talented craftsman!4 weeks ago

Tom LinebergerThis one caught me off guard. ๐Ÿ‘€4 weeks ago

Chris AltlandBeautiful work!!!3 weeks ago

Winston JonesBeautiful Shane!!!!4 weeks ago

Eric BornemanIncredible!4 weeks ago

Nicole WilsonStellar work4 weeks ago

Jennifer McMillan BornemanAbsolutely beautiful!!4 weeks ago

Jeff Grimmamazing !4 weeks ago

Rick Melendez Jr.Nice4 weeks ago

Shane just finished up with the engraving on the patchbox and we thought we would share some photos of it before adding the carbon black to it to make it pop... let us know what you think! ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Robert GattoWOW!! looks awesome4 weeks ago

Jim AdamsBAM! TOO DIE FOR! OMG! Kinda like it too...4 weeks ago

Fred ColacchioMy word that is beautiful!3 weeks ago

Jeff LarsenMakes me want to move back to PA!!! ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ‘4 weeks ago

Larry GipsonSomeone is going to be very proud.4 weeks ago

Nicole WilsonWonderful work love it4 weeks ago

Paul BrennanVery, very nice4 weeks ago

Mark CampbellGreat work as always4 weeks ago

Keith CurryGary-Lauren Warren3 weeks ago

The four piece patchbox on the Colonial Virginia rifle is reaching its final stages of completion. Shane is working on the engraving today, starting with the side plates and then going on to the lid and finial. Finished pictures of the final product should be up in the next few days. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

David BrownPerfect work.2 days ago

Keith CurryGary-Lauren Warren4 weeks ago

Original 18th Century Four Wick Oil Lamp ~FOR SALE~ This 18th Century tin "Betty Lamp" or oil lamp is an interesting and rarely seen piece. Tin oil lamps were the earliest and most common form of lighting in America dating from the mid 1600's to the late 1700's. The pan would have been filled with a grease or oil such as whale oil, fish oil or a vegetable oil. As colonists yearned for more lighting in their homes, there became a desire for 2 wick, 3 wick and even 4 wick oil lamps. The idea was, of course, that more wicks burning produced more light. The wick was placed in the nose of the pan and would fuel the flame by soaking up the oil in the pan. This early and unique form features a lid or cover that encloses the pan only to reveal the nose with the burning wick. It is also rather unique as it sits on a table having a drip pan at the bottom as opposed to the hanging grease lamps which were more common. However this grease lamp also has a decorative finial that doubles as a hanger, adding to its uniqueness, so it could be utilized on a table or hung. Also note that the crimped base and tubular column that support the lamp are a common form typically seen on a "Tidy" which was a stand that would support a single Betty lamp. This is indeed a fascinating and interesting piece of lighting that offers so much character and even more history. Price: $550.00 ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Daniel ShireyBeautiful!1 month ago

Vilhelm SeeWow love it!!!1 month ago

Adjustable Brass Measure ~ For Sale Here is a really neat, hand made, adjustable measure that came off a Joe Mills bag. The measure is made of brass and iron and adjusts from 45 to 75 grains. The overall length is 4 inches. Price: $110.00 ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Mike N Nancy NisslySweet1 month ago

Shane is working on the patchbox inlet on the Colonial Virginia rifle today. His procedure is to inlet the finial and the lid first, ensuring it stays on center where it needs to be, then cutting in the cavity, and lastly onto inletting the side plates ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป ... See MoreSee Less

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Shane's working on the patch box for the Colonial Virginia rifle today. Here you can see the paper patterns that are laid off, cut out and glued to the sheet brass blanks. Next they will be cut out and filed by hand to shape and prepared for inletting! ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Jim AdamsYou and your team have more artistic ability in your little fingers than I have in my whole body! Would love to see some of your powder horn engraving if possible....2 months ago

Silver star cheek inlay cut out and filed by hand, laid off on the stock and ready for inletting... ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Anthony LamannaWhat is the meaning of the silver star?2 months ago

Scott ColemanGoing to be great!2 months ago

Shane is currently working on one of our Colonial Virginia rifles, and the customer asked for a few "upgrades" or more custom features that we don't typically do on that rifle. One of those was keeping the forward extension on the guard flared and adding the wedding bands for an extra touch of workmanship. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Jeff GrimmWhen i hit the lottery, You guys will be my first call. Beautiful !2 months ago

Joe HinsonNice wood...2 months ago

Eric BornemanLove it!2 months ago

Jeff PattonAs usual, great job!2 months ago

Here are a few small items we have for sale that just came out of a collection. ~ 54 caliber ball block w/ lanyard - SOLD ~ 120 grain adjustable brass measure - SOLD ~ 60 grain adjustable brass measure - $40 ~ Antique spot bag w/ brass charger - $30 ~ Rawhide Shot / Ball Bag w/ stopper - $30 ... See MoreSee Less

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