RevSpec Category: Showcase Items

Wrought Iron Fighting Knife

This is an example of a fighting knife that was made here in the shop.  The 10″ blade is hand forged from original un-worked Wrought Iron from the 18th Century.  It was then heat treated using all 18th Century methods to ensure the blade held a good edge.  The S-guard and pommel were also both […]

Custom Dagger

This is an example of a custom made dagger by Shane.  The customer had an idea of what he wanted, which included a diamond shaped handle with a diamond shape inlay in the pommel.  The blade is hand forged from 1095 spring steel and is a double edge dagger.  It features a through tang that […]

Large Belt Knife Mounted in Sterling Silver

This large fighting knife by Shane was hand forged from 1095 spring steel, featuring a 10″ blade with an overall length of 15″. The thickness of the spine at the bolster is almost 1/4″ and the height of the blade is 1 5/8″. Construction of the knife consists of a full through tang that is […]

Custom Virginia Rifle

Many surviving "Early Virginia" rifles exhibit a very pleasing blend of both German and British traits and characteristics.  This cultural amalgamation results from German trained Gunsmiths mostly out of Eastern Pennsylvania migrating into the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia to service the needs of the English residents on the Virginia frontier.  The rifle shown here is […]

Johanes Faber Rifle

This rifle is based off the Johanes Faber rifle. This rifle features a 44″ Colerain barrel rifled in 50 cal and has a Chambers Virginia Lock.  With the exception of those two pieces the rest of the rifle exhibits all handmade mounts and hardware and is stocked from a blank of Curly Maple.  The sideplate […]

J.P. Beck

This rifle is built in the style of J.P. Beck.  It features a 38″ Colerain barrel in .54 caliber and a Chambers Golden Age lock that we re-worked to fit the project.  This rifle has a lot of custom features while also incorporating some commercially hardware.  The rifle features tapered pipes with matching tapered rod […]

Early York Rifle

This rifle by Shane Emig was built style York Co gunsmiths and exbits features of rifles seen during the Rev War period.  It features a one off custom lock made from castings that were reworked and refiled to produce a unique and visually pleasing flintlock.  The rifle features a custom wrought iron barrel with hand […]

Boys And Ladies Rifle

Our Boys and Ladies Rifle is designed in the style that was being made in Lancaster Co., Pa, in the 1770’s by the celebrated gunsmith Jacob Dickert. Dickert’s rifles were widely known for their quality and beauty, as well as their comfortable handling. This rifle has been scaled down to achieve the proper balance and […]

Colonial American Fowler

Our Colonial American Fowler is a Lancaster county Pennsylvania Style fowling piece from the 1760-1780 period. It is based largely on a surviving example believed to have been made by John Newcomer in, Hempfield Twp, Lancaster County. One of the most unique and pleasing features of the American Fowler is the resulting overall architecture that […]

Colonial Virginia Rifle

Rifles made in the 18th Century in the Southern Colonies as a whole, display traits and characteristics that vary widely. The evolution of the southern longrifle in Colonial American was much more erratic than that of it’s Pennsylvania counterpart. Many of these southern rifles also exhibit the efforts of a gunsmith trying to blend the […]