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Santa`s Bag - Dixie Gun Works
Santa’s Bag . . .
PEDERSOLI
PHILADELPHIA DERRINGER
STOCK Fullstock - 1 piece • Checkered grip • Walnut • Satin finish
BARREL .45 caliber • Browned • 3 1/8” • Tapered octagon - .750” at breech to .700” at muzzle • Button rifled .007” deep • 1-56” twist • 6 lands - .450 & 6 grooves - .464
• Front sight – 1 pc silver base & blade • Rear sight – silver “V” notch blade
IGNITION Percussion - #11 size caps
FEATURES Brass furniture • Color cased lock & hammer • Engraved scrolls on hammer & lockplate • Lockplate engraved “Deringer Philadela” • Engraved triggerguard,
sideplate, wedgeplates, bolster plate, thumblate, butt inlay and nose inlay • 6 1/4” overall •1/2 lb.
ACCESSORIES Steel ramrod (separate) w/no threads • Nipple 6mm x .75 (NP1355)
LOAD 20 gr. FFFg • .440 round ball • .010 patch
MFG. Pedersoli / Italy
PH0913 Philadelphia Derringer
. . . $ 495.00
This offer good thru December 27, 2011
or while supplies last.
Dixie Gun Works, Inc.
P.O. Box 130
Union City, TN 38281
E-mail — [email protected]
Website — www.dixiegunworks.com
800-238-6785 — Toll Free Order Line
731-885-0700 — Information • 731-885-0440 — 24 hr. Fax
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UNION CITY, TN
Merry Christmas
1855 SPRINGFIELD
Sesquicentennial Model
1/200 Limited Edition commemorating
the 150th Anniversary of the American Civil War
US MODEL 1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE
The Model 1855 was the first rifle musket to be produced in the United States. It was manufactured at both the Springfield and Harpers Ferry Armories. It was also the first
rifle to use the .58 caliber mini ball which revolutionized warfare by allowing ease of loading yet attaining deadly accuracy. The lock of the Model 1855 contained the Maynard tape
primer system. This system eliminated the need of a percussion cap (although normal percussion caps were fully compatible with the Maynard system) by using a roll of caps to ignite
the gunpowder. These caps were remarkably similar to a modern day roll caps for toy cap pistols. These weapons were primarily in the hands of the U.S. Regular army so very few
state volunteers managed to get their hands on them. Only about 7,000 of these weapons were made and they were soon replaced by the Model 1861 Springfield. The model features
a full one piece walnut hand oil finished stock. The lock features a non-functioning, Maynard Tape Primer, lid engraved with an American eagle. The lid will open and close.
STOCK Fullstock • European walnut • Satin finish • 52 3/4” length • 2 1/4” drop • 13 1/2” trigger pull
BARREL .58 caliber • Armory bright • 40” • Tapered round - 1.150 at breech to .750 at muzzle • Button rifled .004” deep • 1-65” twist • 3 lands - .580 & 3 grooves - .588
• Front sight – 1pc. steel stud base & blade • Rear sight – blued steel, base marked to 400 yds., leaf marked to 900 yds.
IGNITION Percussion - Musket size cap
FEATURES Steel furniture - Armory bright (except nosecap & blued sight) • Brass nosecap • Lockplate marked “U.S. Springfield, 1857” on tail w/eagle on primer door • Barrel is marked “1857” on top flat w/”VP” and eagle head on left flat • Barrel bands marked “U” • Buttplate marked “US” on top • 55 3/4” overall • 10 1/2 lbs.
ACCESSORIES Steel tulip head ramrod - 10 x 32 thread • Nipple 8mm x 1 (#NP2055-steel) • Bayonet (BE0215) sold separately.
LOAD 60 gr. FFg • .570 round ball • .015 patch • (or) .577 minie ball
MFG. Chiappa / USA
SS1246
. . . $ 895.00
BO2046 GUNS OF THE CIVIL WAR by Dennis Adler
Celebrates the 150th anniversary of the Civil War (1861-1865) with an elegant
and richly detailed history of Colt, Henry, Manhattan, Remington, Sharps, Spencer, and S&W Firearms, and guns by many other rivals and contemporaries. This
essential overview of the legendary guns and armsmakers of the Civil War era
includes exquisite photography of the handguns, rifles and muskets, with numerous close-ups that capture the detail of each piece. 150 b&w photos and 300
color. Hb w/dj, 8 ½ x 11 horiz, 340 pgs, biblio & index. . . . $ 40.00
Each 150th Commemorative Model 1855 features
* Embossed sling
* Certificate of Authenticity
* Engraved numbered medallion.
BO1996 CO. “AYTCH” – First Tennessee Regiment (Revised) by
Sam R. Watkins
Sam R. Watkins edited and revised Co. Aytch, intending to republish it after his first 1882 edition sold out. Sadly,Watkins died before
accomplishing his goal. Pages yellowing and growing brittle with age,
Sam Watkins’ own hand marked revision of Co. Aytch was known
only to his family until his great–granddaughter determined to share it
with the world. Never before published, here is the Civil War classic
as Sam wanted it revised complete with his edits, new perspectives,
authoritative text, and images of his changes. 65 historical images,
many never before published. HB w/dj, 6 x 9, 293 pages. BO1383 AMERICAN SWORDS AND SWORD MAKERS by Richard Bezdek
The first book ever to span the complete history of edged weapons fabrication and
retailing in the United States. In addition to being the definitive reference volume on
swords and the men, companies and government facilities that made them, it contains
a huge amount of data on knives, dirks, pikes, cavalry lances, tomahawks and bayonets and their makers. The book features all government sword contracts, a complete
list of military arms inspectors, a separate chapter on early silversmiths who hilted swords, detailed
information on all U.S. and Confederate arsenals and armories that were involved with swords in any
way and much more. Over 200 exquisite photographs plus the most complete bibliograpy of sword and
sword maker reference material available in print, make this an indispensable volume for both beginners
and experienced collectors & historians. Soft cover, 8 1/2 x 11, 664 pgs. BO1978 CIVIL WAR CARBINES - Myth vs. Reality by Peter Schiffers
Shooting original Civil War carbines with carefully reproduced
ammunition, the author is able to explain why some carbines performed
well in combat and others did not. A unique mix of research and test firing
results provides amazing and surprising insights for Civil War carbine
collectors. Soft cover, 8 1/2 x 11, 144 pages. . . . $ 29.99
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. . . $ 40.00
...$
34.95
THE COMPLETE CIVIL WAR ROAD TRIP
GUIDE by Michael Weeks
The definitie guidebook for Civil Wr - the
first to highlight every major capaign of the Civil
War. All 444 sites are documented, helping travelers better understand this period in American
history and the landmarks that remain. Soft cover, 6 x 9, 504 pages, illustrated. SI8238
. . . $ 19.95
BO1494 DON TROIANI’S CIVIL WAR - Art by Don Troiani &
Text by Brian C. Pohanka
A “coffee table” book of artist Don Troiani’s beautiful paintings
of the Civil War. Each painting is accompanied by an extensive background text by noted Civil War historian Brian Pohanka. Hb, 216 pgs.,
8 1/2 x 11 horizontal, 112 full color photos,
32 b/w photos and 5 drawings. . . . $ 49.95
Toll Free Orders 800-238-6785 • Info 731-885-0700 • Fax 731-885-0440 • E-mail [email protected] • Website www.dixiegunworks.com
Happy New Year
PEDERSOLI HOWDAH HUNTER PISTOL:
Classic large caliber double barrel pistol in the
English gunsmith school style, used at close
range to stop tigers which commonly leaped upon
elephants carrying hunters in Howdah in the far
away colonial territories. During the first British colony government period in India, starting from 1840,
the Howdah pistols were preferred by the army officers detached in the wildest territories.
PH0572 .50 cal. x .50 cal. Reg. $ 725.00
PH0581 20 ga. x 20 ga.
Reg. $ 725.00
PH0591 20 ga. x .50 cal.
PH0924 .58 cal. x .58 cal.
PK0952 Kit - .50 x .50
Reg. $ 625.00
PK0954 Kit - 20 ga. x 20 ga.
PK1410 Kit - 20 ga. x .50 cal.
. . .$ 695.00
. . . $ 695.00
. . . $ 695.00
. . . $ 695.00
. . .$ 595.00
. . . $ 575.00
. . . $ 525.00
PEDERSOLI SPANISH MUSKET: Reproduced for Spanish Colonial re-enacting. STOCK
BARREL
IGNITION
FEATURES
ACCESSORIES
LOAD
MFG.
STOCK
BARREL
IGNITION
FEATURES
ACCESSORIES
LOAD
MFG.
Three-quarter stock w/checkered pistol grip • European walnut • Satin finish
20 ga. Smoothbore- .625 dia. (or) .50 caliber (or) .58 caliber • Blued • 11 1/4” • Tapered round - .985 at
breech to .825 at muzzle • Front sight - brass bead
.50 caliber • Broach rifling .005'' deep • 1-18" twist • 12 lands - .500 & 12 grooves - .510
.58 caliber • Broach rifling .006" deep • 1-24" twist • 7 lands - .580 & 7 grooves - .592
Combination - Right hand barrel is 20 gauge and left hand barrel is .50 caliber
Percussion - #11 size caps
Color casehardened steel furniture includes locks, buttcap, wedge plates, triggerplate, triggerguard & tang
• Engraved lockplates (Rhino & scrolls on one • Leopard on other) • Scroll engraving on hook breech tang
& triggerplate • 18 1/2” overall
20 gauge - 4 1/2 lbs. • • .50 caliber - 5 lbs. • • 20 ga x .50 cal. - 4 3/4 lbs. • • .58 caliber - 4 3/4 lbs.
.350 wooden ramrod w/2 brass tips - 10 x 32 thread • Nipple -1/4 x 28 (NP1365)
20 ga - 25 gr. FFg • 1 oz. Shot • • .50 cal. - 25 gr. FFg • .490 rd ball • .010 patch • • .58 cal. - 30 gr. FFg • .570
rd ball • .010 patch
Pedersoli / Italy KIT
Barrel not blued • Skill Level 1
Fullstock • European walnut • Satin finish • 56” length • 2 3/4” drop •
13 1/4” trigger pull
.69 caliber • Armory Bright • 44 3/4” • Tapered
round 1.300 at breech to .850 at
muzzle • Smoothbore - .690• Front sight –
FR4055 Spanish Musket Reg. $ 1,400.00
Steel stud, serves as bayonet lug
Flintlock – 1” flint
Brass buttplate, triggerguard & barrel bands • Steel sideplate is Armory bright • 59 7/8” overall • 10 lbs.
Steel ramrod w/10x32 male • Bayonet (BE0270) sold separately
80 gr. FFg • .680 round ball • .010 patch
Pedersoli / Italy
Special. . . $ 1,250.00
RH0225 Pistol Reg. $ 525.00
Special . . . $ 475.00
PH1000 Reg. $ 600.00
Special . . . $ 450.00
DIXIE 1855 U.S. DRAGOON PISTOL w/Detachable Shoulder Stock
STOCK
BARREL
IGNITION
FEATURES
ACCESSORIES
LOAD
MFG.
3/4 stock • Birch • Satin finish
.58 caliber • Blued • 12” • Tapered round - 1.040 breech to .840 muzzle • Button
rifled .010” deep • 1-72” twist • 3 lands - .580 & 3 grooves - .600 • Front sight 1 pc. blued steel base & blade • Rear sight - blued steel open style w/1 flip-up
Percussion - Musket size caps • Single shot
Brass furniure • Color casehardened lock • 18 1/4” overall - 29” w/shoulder stock
• 3 3/4 lbs. - 5 1/2 lbs.w/ shoulder stock
7/32” blued steel swivel style ramrod w/tulip head • Male thread 5mm x 0.8 •
Nipple 5/16 x 24 (#NP1335-steel)
30 gr. FFg • .570 round ball • .015 patch
Palmetto / Italy
PEDERSOLI QUEEN ANNE PISTOL & KIT: STOCK BARREL IGNITION FEATURES LOAD MFG. KIT Halfstock • European walnut • Satin finish
.50 caliber • Polished steel, German silver color • 7 1/2” • Tapered round - 1 1/8”
at breech to 15/16” at muzzle • Cannon shaped muzzle • Smoothbore - .500 diameter
Flintlock - 1/2” to 5/8” size flint • Single-shot
Brass furniture • Lock polished bright • Single trigger • 13” overall • 2 1/4 lbs.
30 gr. FFFg •
.490 round ball
• .015 patch
Pedersoli /
Italy
Barrel not
browned •
Skill Level 1
FH0421 Pistol Kit Reg. $ 315.00
Special . . . $ 295.00
RH0211 Pistol Reg. $ 410.00
Special . . . $ 375.00
PEDERSOLI MODEL 1805 HARPERS
FERRY PISTOL &
KIT : Made from 1806
to 1808 with a total
production of 4,096, the
Model 1805 was the first
military handgun made
at a national armory.
STOCK Halfstock • European walnut • Satin finish
BARREL .58 caliber • Armory bright, German silver color • 10” • Tapered round
- 1” at breech to .840” at muzzle • Button rifled .008” deep • 1-48”
twist • 7 lands - .580 & 7 grooves - .596 • Front sight - brass blade
IGNITION Flintlock - 1/2” to 5/8” size flint • Single-shot
FEATURES Brass furniture • Color casehardened lock • Lockplate engraved
“Harpers Ferry 1807” on tail w/eagle over “US” ahead of hammer •
Single trigger • 16 1/4” overall • 2 1/2 lbs.
ACCESSORIES 5/16” hardwood ramrod w/brass tips, 1 button & 1 -10 x 32 thread
LOAD 35 gr. FFg • .570 round ball • .015 patch
MFG. Pedersoli / Italy
KIT Color casehardened lock • Skill level 1
FH0411 Pistol Kit Reg. $ 395.00
Special . . . $ 375.00
PEDERSOLI SCREW BARREL PISTOL & KIT: The ultimate “hideout” pistol.
STOCK Grip - 1 pc • Euro walnut • Satin finish • Steel frame, color cased
BARREL .44 caliber • Blued • 2 3/8” • Round - .660 dia. • Button rifled .004”
deep • 1-18” twist • 8 lands - .450 & 8 grooves - .458
IGNITION Percussion - #11 size caps • Single-shot
FEATURES Color cased hammer • Single folding trigger • Combo nipple/barrel
wrench included • 6 1/2” overall • 1/2 lb.
ACCESSORIES Nipple 1/4 x 28 (#NP1365-steel)
LOAD 10 gr. FFFg • .454
round ball
MFG. Pedersoli / Italy
KIT
Requires final finish ing • Skill level 1
PH0530 Pistol
Reg. $ 185.00
Special . . . $ 175.00
PH0545 Pistol Kit
Reg. $ 150.00
Special . . . $ 145.00
Toll Free Orders 800-238-6785 • Info 731-885-0700 • Fax 731-885-0440 • E-mail [email protected] • Websitewww.dixiegunworks.com
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Merry Christmas
UBERTI LEECH & RIGDON REVOLVER: The Leech & Rigdon revolver was made during the Civil War in Columbus, Misissippi and
Greensboro, Georgia, 1863-1864; total production
was about 1,500. Most of the revolvers were made
in Greensboro, but the last 500 were made in Augusta, Georgia, after the Confederate government purchased the company.
Civil War Revolvers
STOCK Grips - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin finish • Steel frame, color casehardened
BARREL .36 caliber • Blued • 7 1//2” • Octagon to round - .715” at breech to .625”
at muzzle • Button rifled .010” deep • 1-32” twist • 7 lands - .360 &
7 grooves - .380 • Front sight - brass bead • Rear sight - V-notch in hammer nose
IGNITION Percussion - #11 size caps • Six-shot • .372 chamber diameter
FEATURES Brass backstrap & triggerguard • Color casehardened loading lever &
hammer • Engraved cylinder • 13” overall • 2 3/4 lbs.
ACCESSORIES Nipple 5.5mm x .9 (#NP2040-steel)
LOAD 18 gr. FFFg • .376 round ball • .36 revolver wad
MFG. Uberti / Italy
UBERTI WALKER REVOLVER: The Walker revolver is one
of the most famous revolvers
made by Colt. Named for the Texan, Captain Samuel Walker, who suggested many of the design changes that made this
revolver the first “magnum” in history. It was manufactured in 1847 and only 1,100 were made.
UBERTI 1848 BABY DRAGOON (Wells Fargo): The Colt Baby Dragoon was manufactured from 1847 through
1850 with a total of approximately 15,000 being produced. It was the first pocket revolver made at Colt’s Hartford plant
and was a smaller version of the .44 caliber Dragoon models.
RH0452 Baby Dragoon Special . . . $ 275.00
UBERTI 1860 ARMY REVOLVER: The Colt 1860 Army revolver was produced from 1860-1873 with a total of
over 200,000 being made. The 1860 Army took the place of the 3rd Model Dragoon and ranks third in the total number
produced of the various Colt percussion handguns. Streamlined and downsized to become a holster pistol instead of a
horse pistol, it was the major revolver in use by U.S. troops during the Civil War.
STOCK Grips - 2 piece • European walnut • Satin finish • Steel
frame, blued
BARREL .44 caliber • Blued • 8” • Tapered octagon - .720” at
breech to .660” at muzzle • Button rifled .010” deep •
1-32” twist • 7 lands - .440 & 7 grooves - .460 • Front
sight - .350 dovetail, blued steel base & blade • Rear
sight - V-notch in topstrap
IGNITION Percussion - #11 size caps • Six-shot • .450 chamber
diameter
FEATURES Brass triggerguard • Color casehardened hammer •
13 3/4” overall • 2 3/4 lbs.
ACCESSORIES Nipple 5.5mm x .9 (#NP2040-steel)
LOAD 22 gr. FFFg • .454 round ball • .44 revolver wad
MFG. Uberti / Italy
RH0424
Reg. $ 315.00
Special . . . $ 275.00
UBERTI 1851 NAVY REVOLVER
STOCK Grip - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin finish • Steel frame, color casehardened
BARREL .44 caliber • Blued • 8” • Tapered round - .740” at breech to .650” at muzzle • Button rifled .006”
deep • 1-32” twist • 7 lands - .440 & 7 grooves - .452 • Front sight - silver blade • Rear sight V-notch in hammer nose
IGNITION Percussion - #11 size caps • Six-shot •
.449 chamber diameter
FEATURES Blued steel backstrap • Brass trigger
guard • Color casehardened loading
lever & hammer • Cylinder engraved
w/naval scene • Cut for shoulder stock
RH0342
• 13 1/2” overall • 2 3/4 lbs.
Reg. $ 295.00
ACCESSORIES Nipple 5.5mm x .9 (#NP2040-steel)
Special . . . $ 265.00
LOAD 22 gr. FFFg • .454 rd ball • .44 wad
MFG. Uberti / Italy
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Special . . . $ 265.00
UBERTI REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY: The Remington New
Model Army was made from 1863 until 1875. Total production, approximately
132,000. The New Model Army was one of the major handguns of the Civil
War and was the last of Remington’s .44 caliber percussion revolvers. It’s solid
frame with a topstrap over the cylinder made it one of the strongest revolvers
yet designed. N/SSA approved.
STOCK Grip - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin finish • Steel frame, color cased
BARREL .44 caliber • Blued • 9” • Octagon to round - .830” at breech to .750” at muzzle • Button rifled
.013” deep • 1-48” twist • 7 lands - .440 & 7 grooves - .466 • Front sight - silver blade • Rear
sight -V-notch in hammer nose
IGNITION Percussion - #11 size caps • Six-shot • .449 chamber diameter
FEATURES Blued steel backstrap • Brass triggerguard • Color casehardened loading lever & hammer • “Fight
ing Dragoons” scene engraved on
cylinder • 15 1/2” overall • 4 1/2 lbs.
ACCESSORIES Nipple 6mm x .9
(#NP2050-steel)
LOAD 25 gr. FFFg • .454 round ball
• .44 revolver wad
MFG. Uberti / Italy
RH0450 Walker . . . $ 375.00
KIT
Left white - requires finishRK0447 Walker Kit . . . $ 315.00
ing • Skill level 1
STOCK Grip - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin finish • Steel frame, color casehardened
BARREL .31 caliber • Blued • 4” • Tapered octagon - .650” at breech to .600” at muzzle • Button rifled
.011” deep • 1-48” twist • 7 lands - .310 & 7 grooves - .332 • Front sight - brass bead • Rear
sight - V-notch in hammer nose
IGNITION Percussion - #11 size caps • Five-shot • .319 chamber diameter
FEATURES Brass backstrap & triggerguard • Color casehardened hammer • Oval cylinder stop notches
• Cylinder engraved w/stagecoach hold-up
scene • 9” o/a • 1 1/2 lbs.
ACCESSORIES Nipple 5.5mm x .9 (#NP2040-steel)
LOAD 12 gr. FFFg • .321 rd ball • .31 revolver wad
Reg. $ 295.00
MFG. Uberti / Italy
RH0611 Reg. $ 295.00
STOCK Grip - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin finish • Steel
frame, color casehardened
BARREL .36 caliber • Blued • 7 1/2” • Tapered octagon - .720” at
breech to .640” at muzzle • Button rifled .010” deep •
1-32” twist • 7 lands - .360 & 7 grooves - .380 • Front
sight - brass bead • Rear sight - V-notch in hammer nose
IGNITION Percussion - #11 caps • Six-shot • .372 chamber dia.
FEATURES Brass backstrap & oval triggerguard • Color cased loading
lever & hammer • Cylinder engraved w/naval scene •
13” overall • 2 3/4 lbs.
ACCESSORIES Nipple 5.5mm x .9 (#NP2040-steel)
LOAD 18 gr. FFFg • .376 round ball • .36 rev. wad
MFG. Uberti / Italy
RH1019
Reg. $ 275.00
Special . . . $ 260.00
Toll Free Orders 800-238-6785 • Info 731-885-0700 • Fax 731-885-0440 • E-mail [email protected] • Website www.dixiegunworks.com
Civil War Revolvers
PH0605 LeMat Navy Model
PH0608 LeMat Cavalry Model
PH0433 LeMat Army Model
Reg. $ 825.00 ea.
Happy New Year
DIXIE LeMAT CONFEDERATE REVOLVER: Patented in
America in 1856 by Dr. J.A.F. LeMat of New Orleans and manufactured in both Paris, France and Birmingham, England, the LeMat
was the favorite sidearm of Confederate generals J.E.B. Stuart and
P.G.T. Beauregard. A single 20 gauge shotgun barrel,
under the .44 caliber revolver barrel makes the LeMat a unique firearm. N/SSA approved.
Special . . . $ 795.00 ea.
STOCK Grips - checkered - 2 piece • European walnut • Satin finish • Blued steel frame
BARREL .44 caliber • Blued • 6 3/4” • Octagon - .710” flats • Button rifled .006” deep • 1-30”
twist • 7 lands - .440 & 7 grooves - .452 • Front sight - .200 dovetail, blued steel, pyramid style • Rear sight V-notch in hammer nose
20 gauge • Smoothbore - .650 daimeter
IGNITION Percussion - #11 size caps • Nine-shot • .447 chamber diameter
FEATURES Blued steel furniture • Color casehardened hammer & trigger • Barrel marked “Col. LeMat” • Single trigger •
14” overall • 3 1/2 lbs.
Navy Model • Knurled pin barrel release • Spur barrel selector • Plain triggerguard
Cavalry Model • Lanyard ring in butt • Spur triggerguard • Lever type barrel release • Cross pin barrel selector
Army Model • Knurled pin barrel release • Cross pin barrel selector • Plain triggerguard
ACCESSORIES Nipple 6mm x .75 (#NP1355-steel)
LOAD .44 caliber • 22 gr. FFFg • .451 round ball • .44 revolver wad
20 gauge • 30 gr. FFg • .630 round ball (.65 caliber) • .015 patch • (or) buckshot (3/4 oz.)
MFG. Pietta / Italy
DIXIE SPILLER & BURR REVOLVER & KIT: One of the rarest Civil War revolvers; prized by collectors today. Total
production of the original Confederate revolver was only 1451 guns, a far cry from the contract commissioned by the CSA
for 15,000 guns. The firm of Spiller & Burr, Macon, Georgia produced approximately 700 of these revolvers; the remainder
were made by the Confederate government after it purchased the firm in 1864. The value of one of these rare revolvers today
ranges from $1500 to $2500. This in itself is a bargain even at today’s prices when we consider that the Confederacy paid
Spiller & Burr an initial $60 (contract price of each gun was $43) and the government ended up buying the Macon armory
just to get these few guns produced. N/SSA approved.
STOCK Grips - 2 piece • Select hardwood • Satin finish • Brass frame
BARREL .36 caliber • Blued • 6 1/2” • Tapered octagon - .690” at breech to .610” at
muzzle • Button rifled .006” deep • 1-30” twist • 7 lands - .360 & 7
grooves - .372 • Front sight - brass bead • Rear sight - V-notch in topstrap
IGNITION Percussion - #11 size caps • Six-shot • .367 chamber dia. • Replacement
cylinder (RC0703) sold separately
FEATURES Brass triggerguard • Color casehardened hammer • 12 1/4” overall • 2 1/2 lbs.
ACCESSORIES Nipple 6mm x .75 (#NP1355-steel)
LOAD 15 gr. FFFg • .375 rd ball • .36 revolver wad
MFG. Pietta / Italy
KIT
Requires final finishing • Skill level 1
LeMAT HOLSTER: Heavy leather in
russet brown color. Has flap with brass
closure.
HL0701 LeMat Holster .... $ 47.95
RH0120 Spiller & Burr RH0300 Spiller & Burr Kit
DIXIE STARR ARMS CO. DOUBLE ACTION 1858 ARMY REVOLVER: Starr Arms Company of Binghamton and Yonkers, New
York, made the double action army revolver in the late 1850s and early 1860s with a total quantity of about 23,000. The double action of
the Starr revovler is unique in that there are essentially two triggers. The large front trigger rotates and locks the cylinder and at the end
of its travel depresses the rear trigger which allows the hammer to fall.
STOCK Grips - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin finish • Steel frame, blued
BARREL .44 caliber • Blued • 6” • Tapered round .740 at breech to .665 at muzzle • Button rifled .005” deep • 1-30” twist •
7 lands - .440 & 7 grooves - .450 • Front sight
- .360 dovetail, blued steel base & blade • Rear
sight - “V” notch in hammer nose
IGNITION Percussion - #11 cap size • Six-shot -.447 cham
ber dia.
FEATURES All blued w/frame marked on right "Starr’s
Patent Jan 15 1856" and left marked
"Starr.Arms.Co.New.York" • 11 3/4" o/a • 3 lbs.
ACCESSORIES Nipple - 6mm x.75 (NP1355 steel)
LOAD 22 gr. FFFg • .451 round ball • .44 revolver wad
MFG. Pietta / Italy
RH0460 Starr DA Reg. $ 425.00
Special . . . $ 375.00
DIXIE STARR ARMS CO. SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER: Designed as improved and less costly than the 1858 Double Action, this
1863 Single Action Army was manufactured between 1863 and 1865 (about 32,000 total). Next to Colts and Remingtons, the Starr SA
was the major model of revolver bought by the US government during the Civil War era. N/SSA approved.
STOCK
BARREL
IGNITION
FEATURES
ACCESSORIES
LOAD
MFG.
. . . $ 245.00
Reg. $ 195.00
Special . . . $ 175.00
DIXIE DANCE & BROTHERS REVOLVER: The John
Henry Dance & Brothers handgun manufactory began in the
winter of 1861-1862 with money advanced by the State of
Texas. By July, 1862, the company had produced its first
prototypes, and in October, they were selling revolvers to
the Confederacy.
STOCK BARREL IGNITION FEATURES ACCESSORIES LOAD MFG. Grips - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin finish • Steel frame, blued
.44 caliber • Blued • 8” • Tapered round .740 at breech to .665 at muzzle • Button rifled .005” deep • 1-30” twist •
7 lands - .440 & 7 grooves - .450 • Front sight - .360 dovetail, blued steel base & blade • Rear sight - “V” notch in
hammer nose
Percussion - #11 cap size • Six-shot • .447 chamber diameter
Blued steel w/frame marked on right “Starr’s Patent Jan 15 1856” and left side“Starr.Arms.Co. New.York.” •
13 1/2” overall • 3 lbs.
Nipple - 6mm x.75 (NP1355 steel)
RH0462 Starr SA
22 gr. FFFg • .451 round ball • .44 revolver wads
. . . $ 425.00
Pietta / Italy
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Grips - 1 piece • European walnut •
Satin finish • Steel frame
.44 caliber • Blued • 7 3/8” • Octagon
to round • .680 outside diameter •
Button rifled .006” deep • 1-30” twist
• 7 lands - .440 & 7 grooves - .452 •
Front sight - brass blade • Rear sight
- V-notch in hammer nose
Percussion - #11 size cap • Six-shot
• .446 chamber diameter
Brass backstrap & triggerguard •
Color casehardened frame, loading
lever, hammer & trigger • 13" overall
• 2 1/2 lbs.
Nipple 6mm x .75 (#NP1355-steel)
22 gr. FFFg • .451 round ball • .44
revolver wad
Pietta / Italy
RH0344 Reg. $ 335.00
Special . . . $ 295.00
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Civil War Rifles
DIXIE SMITH CARBINE: N/SSA approved.
STOCK BARREL IGNITION FEATURES ACCESSORIES LOAD MFG. Buttstock & forearm • Walnut • Satin finish • 2 1/2” drop • 14 1/2” trigger pull
.50 caliber • Blued • 21 1/2” • Octagon to round - 1.100” at breech to .763” at muzzle • Button rifled .007” deep • 1-28” twist • 3 lands - .500
& 3 grooves - .514 • Front sight - .465” dovetail, blue steel base w/brass blade • Rear sight - blue steel, folding leaf; sliding elevator
Percussion - Musket size caps
Blued steel furniture • Color casehardened receiver & hammer • Single trigger • 39” o/a • 7 3/4 lbs.
Cavalry Model • Saddle bar & ring on left side of receiver • • • Artillery Model • Sling swivel on buttstock & barrel band
Nipple 5/16 x 24 (#NP1335-steel)
40 gr. FFFg • .515 conical bullet • Load w/plastic or brass Smith case
Pietta / Italy
DIXIE SHARPS NEW MODEL 1859 MILITARY RIFLE: First used by the First Connecticut Volunteers from Hartford,
Connecticut. Associated mostly
with the First United States (BerPR0220 Cavalry Carbine Reg. $ 875.00
dan’s) Sharpshooters. A total of
6,689 made with 2,000 issued to
the Sharpshooters; 2,780 to the
U.S. Navy and the balance to various other army units. N/SSA approved.
Special . . . $ 825.00
STOCK Buttstock & forearm • American walnut • Satin
finish • 3” drop • 13 7/8” trigger pull
BARREL .54 caliber • Blued • 30” • Tapered round - 1.250”
at breech to .825” at muzzle • Cut rifling .010” deep
• 1-48” twist • 7 lands - .520 & 7 grooves - .540
• Front sight - steel stud base, silver blade • Rear
sight - steel, flip-up w/elevator to 800 yds.
IGNITION Percussion - Musket size caps
FEATURES Steel furniture - color casehardened • Single trigger (Double set/double
phase trigger assembly #YP0906 available separately.) • Three barrel
bands • Sling swivels • 47 1/4” overall • 9 1/4 lbs.
ACCESSORIES Nipple 5/16 x 24 (#NP1335-steel) • Slings (AL6510) leather or
(AL6940) canvas are sold separately
LOAD 60 gr. FFFg • .541 conical bullet
MFG. Pedersoli / Italy
PR0223 Artillery Carbine Reg. $ 875.00
PR0862 Sharps 1859 Military Rifle Reg. $ 1,350.00
PR0982 Sharps M1859 Carbine
Reg. $ 1,200.00
Special . . . $ 795.00
Special . . . $ 1,295.00
Special . . . $ 1,150.00
MODEL 1863 SHARPS CARBINE: STOCK BARREL IGNITION FEATURES ACCESSORIES LOAD MFG. Page 6
Buttstock & forearm • European walnut • Satin finish • 3” drop •
14” trigger pull
.54 caliber • Blued • 22” • Tapered round - 1.225” at breech to .825
at muzzle • Button rifling .004” deep • 1-36” twist • 6 lands - .540
& 6 grooves - .548 • Front sight – 1 pc blued steel base & blade •
Rear sight - steel flip-up w/elevator marked to 800 yds.
Percussion - Musket size caps
Color casehardened rreceiver, lock, breechblock, lever, triggerplate, buttplate & barrel band • Single trigger • 39” o/a • 7 3/4 lbs.
Nipple 8mm x 1 (#NP2055-steel
50 gr. FFFg • .544 conical bullet
Armi Sport / Italy
DIXIE SHARPS NEW MODEL 1859 MILITARY CARBINE: Approximately 115,000 of these carbines
and variants were made during the Civil War; a favorite of cavalrymen of both the North and the South.
N/SSA approved.
STOCK BARREL IGNITION FEATURES ACCESSORIES LOAD MFG. Buttstock & forearm • Amer. walnut • Satin finish • 3” drop • 13 7/8” trigger pull
.54 caliber • Blued • 22” • Tapered round - 1.250” at breech to .830 at muzzle • Cut
rifling .010” deep • 1-48” twist • 7 lands - .520 & 7 grooves - .540 • Front sight - steel
stud base, silver blade • Rear sight - steel flip-up w/elevator marked to 800 yds.
Percussion - Musket size caps
Color casehardened steel furniture • Single trigger • Single barrel band • Saddle bar
w/ring • 39 1/4” overall • 8 lbs.
Nipple 5/16 x 24 (#NP1335-steel) • Sling (AL0302) sold separately
50 gr. FFFg • .541 conical bullet
Pedersoli / Italy
DIXIE ENFIELD THREE-BAND RIFLE: Dixie’s version of the Model 1853 Enfield
rifle-musket very closely follows the lines of the original three-band Enfields purchased in
England by the Confederates. Three-band Enfields, made in Windsor, Vermont by Robbins
& Lawrence on license from the British government, saw service in the Federal armies.
N/SSA and CWSA approved.
SS1230 M1863 Sharps Carbine . . .$ 825.00
STOCK Fullstock - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin finish • 52” length • 1 3/4” drop • 14” trigger pull
BARREL .58 caliber • Blued • 39” • Tapered round - 1.062” at breech to .780” at muzzle • Button rifled .006” deep • 1-72” twist • 3 lands - .577 & 3
grooves - .589 • Front sight - blued steel base
& blade • Rear sight - blued steel, flip-up w/
elevator, mkd to 800 yds.
IGNITION Percussion - Musket size caps
FEATURES Brass furniture except deep blue-black steel
barrel bands • Color casehardened lock • LockPR0340 Enfield 3-Band Rifle Reg. $ 925.00 Special . . . $ 850.00
plate marked “London Armory Co.” just ahead
and below hammer w/ crown on tail • Single
trigger • Sling swivels • 55 1/4” o/a • 10 1/4 lbs.
ACCESSORIES Steel ramrod - 10 x 32 male thread • Nipple 5/16 x 20 (#NP1480-steel) • Bayonet (BE0214) sold separately.
LOAD 60 gr. FFg • .570 round ball • .015 patch • (or) .577 minie
MFG. Euro Arms / Italy
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Happy New Year
PR1019 1861 Springfield Musket , Rifled
. . . $ 725.00
Civil War Rifles
DIXIE 1861 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE-MUSKET: The Model 1861 was the standard musket for U.S. forces during the Civil War.
Around 1,000,000 Springfield type rifle-muskets were made by Springfield Armory and 30 other contractors.
STOCK Fullstock - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin finish • 52 3/4" length • 2 1/4” drop • 13 1/2” trigger pull
BARREL .58 caliber • Armory bright • 40” • Tapered round - 1.150 at breech to .750 at muzzle • Button rifled.004” deep • 3 lands - .580 & 3 grooves - .588 • 1-56” twist • Front sight - 1
piece steel stud base/blade • Rear sight - steel, three leaf
IGNITION Percussion - Musket size caps
FEATURES Steel furniture - Armory bright • Lockplate marked “US SPRINGFIELD” w/spread eagle & “1861” on tail • Barrel marked “1861” on top flat • Barrel bands marked “U” • Buttplate
marked “US” • 55 3/4” overall • 10 1/4 lbs.
ACCESSORIES Steel ramrod - 10 x 32 male thread • Nipple 8mm x 1 (#NP2055-steel) • Bayonet (BE0215) sold separately
LOAD 60 gr. FFg • .570 round ball • .015 patch • (or) • .577 minie
1862 C.S. RICHMOND MUSKET: The Richmond features a
MFG. Armi Sport / Italy
.58 caliber one-piece forged barrel, 39.937” in length rifled w/
SS1149
STOCK
BARREL
IGNITION
FEATURES
...$
three grooves, 1 in 66” twist; military style sights; steel triggerguard and barrel bands finished bright; and brass buttplate and
nosecap. The percussion lock is marked 1862 to the left of the hammer and “C.S.
RICHMOND, VA.” to the right of the hammer. The barrel has the “VP” and
the eagle head stamping to the left of the breech. The Richmond also features
a one piece Americal walnut oil finished stock. Overall length is 56”. 5/16 x
24 nipple and steel ramrod. N/SSA approved.
700.00
DIXIE 1842 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET: Produced by both Springfield and Harpers Ferry, ca. 1844-1855 with a total production of about
275,000. It was the last smoothbore the United States military made in
.69 caliber. Other than shape of the lock, the M1842 is identical with
its predecessor, the M1840 musket. Of the 275,000 muskets produced,
14,182 were altered by rifling the barrels, ca. 1856-1859. Slightly less
than 10,000 were fitted with long range rear sights. Smoothbore is N/
SSA approved. This is an oversized package and requires an additional
$16.00 shipping & handling.
Fullstock • European walnut • Satin finish • 55" length • 2 1/2" drop • 13 5/8" trigger pull
.69 caliber • Armory bright • 42" • Tapered round - 1.215 to .825 • Bayonet lug on bottom of barrel • Front Sight - steel, integral with upper barrel band, non-adjustable
Smoothbore • .690 diameter • No rear sight.
Rifled • Button rifling .007" deep • 3 lands - .690 & 3 grooves - .704 • 1-66" twist • Rear sight - blued steel base marked 400 yds. and leaf marked 700 yds.
Percussion - Musket size caps
Steel furniture - Armory bright • Three barrel bands • Single trigger • Engraved lockplate • Lock marked with eagle over "U.S." ahead of hammer and "Springfield 1847" on tail • Stamped "U.S." on
buttplate; "1847" on tang • Sling swivels • 57 3/4" overall • 9 1/4 lbs. ACCESSORIES Steel ramrod - 12 x 24 thread • Nipple 8mm x 1 (#NP2055-steel) • Bayonet (BE0216) sold separately.
LOAD
60 gr. FFg • .680 round ball • .015 patch (or) .69 conical (rifled bore)
MFG.
Armi-Sport / Italy
PR0817 M1842 Smoothbore Musket
. . . $ 750.00 DIXIE ZOUAVE RIFLE: N/SSA approved.
PR0828 M1842 Rifled Musket
PR0853
. . . $ 850.00
. . . $ 950.00
STOCK Fullstock - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin finish • 44" overall • 2 3/4" drop • 13 1/4" trigger pull
BARREL .58 caliber • Blued • 33” • Tapered round - 1 1/8" at breech to 7/8" at muzzle • Button rifled .005" deep •
1-66" twist • 3 lands - .580 & 3 grooves - .590 • Front sight - blued base & blade • Rear sight - blued steel
w/2 flip-ups
IGNITION Percussion - Musket size caps
FEATURES Brass furniture • Color casehardened hammer, trigger & lock • Lockplate marked w/eagle & "US" • Single trigger
• Two barrel bands • Sling swivels • Bayonet stud forward nosecap • 49” overall • 9 1/2 lbs.
ACCESSORIES Steel ramrod w/tulip shaped head - threaded
10 x 32 • Nipple 8mm x 1
(#NP2055-steel)
•Bayonet
(BE0224) sold
separately
LOAD 60 gr. FFg • 575
round ball • .015
patch • (or)
.575 minie
MFG. Euro Arms / Italy
DIXIE COOK & BROTHER CARBINE: Patterned after the
British Enfield, this is one of the few Confederate long arms produced by the South during the “conflict.” Total quantity. est. at a
few thousand. CWSA approved.
STOCK Fullstock - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin
oil finish • 35” length • 2” drop • 14” trigger
pull
BARREL .58 caliber • Browned • 24” • Tapered round
- 1 1/8” at breech to 13/16” at muzzle • But
ton rifled .006” deep • 1-48” twist • 5 lands
- .577 & 5 grooves - .589 • Front sight - 3/8”
dovetail base w/steel blade • Rear sight .325” dovetail base, open, steel
IGNITION Percussion - Musket size caps
FEATURES Brass furniture • Color casehardened lock •
Lockplate marked “Cook & Brother, N.O.,
1861” forward of hammer w/ Confederate
“Stars and Bars” stamped on tail • Single
trigger • Two barrel bands - screw type •
Sling swivels • 40 1/4” overall • 7 1/2 lbs.
ACCESSORIES Steel ramrod w/brass tip - 10 x 32 male
thread • Nipple 5/16 x 20 (#NP1480-steel)
LOAD 60 gr. FFg • .570 round ball • .015 patch •
(or) .575 minie
MFG. Euro Arms / Italy
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PR0830 Cook & Brother
Reg. $ 925.00
Special . . . $ 895.00
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STOCK BARREL IGNITION FEATURES ACCESSORIES LOAD DIXIE PENNSYLVANIA RIFLE & KIT: The Pennsylvania rifle was developed on the frontiers of America
during the latter part of the 18th and early days of the 19th century. Based on principles brought from Europe
primarily by German immigrants, these graceful rifles came to symbolize the independence and courage of
the men and women who used them. This is an oversized package and requires an additional $16.00 S & H.
Fullstock - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin oil finish • 56" length • 3 3/4” drop • 13 1/2” trigger pull
Browned • 41 1/2” • Octagon • Button rifled .006” deep • Front sight - 3/8” dovetail, steel base w/silver blade • Rear sight - 3/8” dovetail,
steel, curl top Pennsylvania style
.45 caliber • 13/16" flats • 1-48" twist • 8 lands - .450 & 8 grooves - .462
.50 caliber • 7/8" flats • 1-56" twist • 8 lands - .500 & 8 grooves - .512
Flintlock - 1/2” to 5/8” size flint • Percussion - #11 size caps
Brass furniture • Color casehardened lock • Double set/double phase triggers • 57” o/a • .45 cal - 8 1/2 lbs. • .50 cal - 8 3/4 lbs.
.360” wooden ramrod w/brass tip - 10 x 32 thread • Drum 5/16 x 24 (#NP0612) • Nipple 1/4 x 28 (#NP1365-steel) •
Vent 5/16 x 24 (#NP0706) • Replacement ramrod RA2000 sold separately.
.45 caliber • 60 gr. FFFg • .440 round ball • .015 patch • • .50 caliber • 80 gr. FFg • 490 round ball • .015 patch
MFG.
KIT Pedersoli / Italy
Barrel blued to prevent rust (not
finished) • Skill level 1
FR1065 Pa. Rifle Kit - .45 Flint
Reg. $ 750.00
PF1070 Pa. Rifle - .45 Perc. Reg. $ 875.00
FR1060 Pa. Rifle - .45 Flint Reg. $ 925.00
Special . . . $ 775.00
Special . . . $ 825.00 PR3205 Pa. Rifle - .50 Perc. Reg. $ 875.00
FR3200 Pa. Rifle - .50 Flint Reg. $ 925.00
PEDERSOLI KENTUCKY RIFLE & KIT: This rifle evolved from the German hunting rifles and was a major rival of the Brown Bess
Musket. A typical firearm in use in the American Colonies and one of the most popular American rifles.
STOCK
BARREL IGNITION
FEATURES
ACCESSORIES
LOAD
MFG.
KIT
Special . . . $ 775.00
Special . . . $ 825.00
PR3115
FR3100
FR3105
PR3125
FR3110
Ky. Rifle - .32 cal. Perc.
Ky. Rifle - .32 cal. Flint
Ky. Rifle - .45 cal. Flint
Ky. Rifle - .50 cal. Perc.
Ky. Rifle - .50 cal. Flint
Special . . . $ 550.00 each
Reg. $ 615.00
Reg. $ 650.00
Reg. $ 650.00
Reg. $ 615.00
Reg. $ 650.00
FK3325 Ky. Rifle Kit - .45 cal. Flint
Reg. $ 540.00
Special . . . $ 495.00
Fullstock • European wanut • Satin oil finish • 49 1/2” length • 3 3/4” drop • 13 1/4” trigger pull
.32 cal. (or) .45 cal. (or) .50 cal. • Blued • 35 1/2” • Octagon - 13/16" flats • Button rifled .005” deep • 1-48” twist
• Front sight - 3/8” dovetail, blued steel base & blade • Rear sight - 3/8” dovetail, blued steel open style curl top
.32 caliber • Rifled .006" deep • 7 lands - .300 & 7 grooves - .332 • .45 caliber • 8 lands - .450 & 8 grooves - .460 • .50 caliber • 7/8” flats • 8 lands - .500 & 8 grooves - .510
Flintlock - 5/8” flint • Percussion - #11 caps
Brass furniture • Color casehardened lock • Single trigger • 51” overall • 7 1/4 lbs.to 7 3/4 lbs.
.360 wood ramrod w/2 brass tips - 1 threaded 10 x 32 • Nipple 1/4 x 28 (#NP1365-steel) • Vent 5/16 x 20 (#NP0835)
.32 caliber • 20 gr. FFFg • .310 round ball • .015 patch • .45 caliber • 60 gr. FFFg • .440 round ball • .015 patch • .50 caliber • 70 gr. FFg • . 490 round ball • .015 patch
Pedersoli / Italy
Barrel blued to prevent rust (not finished) • Skill level 1
BO0784 THE MUZZLE LOADING RIFLE...THEN AND
NOW by Walter M. Cline
One of the most influential persons in the founding of the
National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association prior to 1940 was
Walter M. Cline. He made a life long study of muzzle loading
guns, match shooting, and gunmaking methods. He wrote extensively for “THE AMERICAN RIFLEMAN” in the 1920s and
1930s. After his death in 1941, his wife, Lucy Hale Cline, published this book. In 1983 NMLRA introduced this book again
as part of the celebration of the 50th anniversary of NMLRA. In this book you will meet some of the “Old Timers” who were
instrumental in keeping the past alive and giving us today the
sport of black powder shooting and hunting. If you want to know more about the early
history of the NMLRA, or if you simply hold a fondness for muzzle loaders, this book
is for you. Hb, 8 x 10 3/4, 162 pgs. Illustrated w/old photos. . . . $ 32.00
BO1643 KENTUCKY RIFLES
& PISTOLS, 1750-1850
Reprint of an exceptional photo book. Over 650
individual views of Kentucky rifles and 175 views of
Kentucky pistols. A must for the builder and collector. Hb
w/dj, 8 1/2 x 11, 280 pages (8 pages of accoutrements). Page 8
Special . . . $ 625.00
. . . $ 50.00
BO1011 CHEROKEE HISTORY, MYTHS & SACRED FORMULAS by James
Mooney
This 673 page reprint of two books first published in 1900 and 1891 by the Bureau of
Ethnology is a must for the study of Indian culture and lore. Included in the first book Myths
of the Cherokee is a 182 page historical sketch of the Cherokee Indians plus 126 Cherokee
myths, animal stories, local legends and historical traditions. The second book Sacred Formulas of the Cherokees represents sacred formulas selected from a collection of about 600,
obtained on the Cherokee Reservation in North Carolina covering every subject pertaining
to daily life and thought of the Indian, including medicine, love, hunting, fishing, war, self
protection, destruction of enemies, witchcraft, the crops, the council, the ball play, etc., and,
in fact, embodying almost the whole of the Ancient Religion of the Cherokees. The original manuscripts were
written by the Shamans of the tribe for their own use, and the Cherokee
characters invented by SIKWA’YA (Sequoyah) in 1821. 6 1/4 x 9 1/4, soft cover. . . . $ 22.00
BO1514 THE ENGRAVED POWDER HORN
by Jim Dresslar, edited by Sharon Cunningham
The most definitive photographic collection of
American engraved powder horns ever published.
Over 200 full color pages..more than 300 full color photographs by renowned photographer David Wesbrook; book
design by David Wright. Each horn is photographed in full
length, many showing both sides, plus hundreds of close-up
photos of engraving and other features. A collection of more
than 100 of the finest engraved powder horns from museums and private collections; many
never before published. Extensive specifications and
information on each horn. Hardcover , w/dust jacket, 9 x 12. . . . $ 80.00
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Happy New Year
KENTUCKY PISTOL: A classic American pistol.
STOCK BARREL Fullstock • European walnut • Satin finish
.45 caliber • Blued • 9 3/4” • Octagon - .830 dia. • Button rifled .005” deep • 8 lands - .450 & 8
grooves - .460 • 1-18” twist • Front sight - brass base & blade, .285” dovetail • Rear sight - steel open
style, .285” dovetail
IGNITION Flintlock - 5/8” size flints • Single shot
FEATURES Brass furniture • Color casehardened lock w/engraved lockplate • 15 1/2”
overall • 2 1/2 lbs.
ACCESSORIES 5/16” wood ramrod w/2 brass tips - (1) 10 x 32 female thead • Vent - none available.
LOAD 30 gr. FFFg • .440 round ball • .015 patch
MFG. Armi Sport / Italy
FH0885 K.y Pistol - .45 Flint
Reg. $ 415.00
Special . . . $ 295.00
PH0930 Ky. Perc. .50 caliber Reg. $ 385.00
PEDERSOLI KENTUCKY PISTOL & KIT: The perfect grip and accuracy in firing made this the classic
American pistol during the War for Independence and for western pioneers.
STOCK BARREL IGNITION FEATURES ACCESSORIES LOAD MFG. KIT Fullstock, birds head type grip • European walnut
.50 cal. • 10 3/8” • Octagon - .890 dia. • Button rifled .006” deep • 12 lands - .500 & 12 grooves - .512
• 1-18” twist • Front sight - steel base & blade, 3/8” dovetail • Rear sight - steel open style, 3/8” dovetail
Percussion - #11 size caps • Single shot
Brass triggerguard, sideplate & thimbles • Color cased lock & nosecap • 15 1/2” overall • 2 1/2 lbs.
5/16” wood rod w/2 brass tips - 1 threaded 10 x 32 • Nipple - 1/4 x 28 (NP1365-steel)
30 gr. FFg • .490 round ball • .015 patch
Pedersoli / Italy
Unfinished wood, unpolished metal • Skill Level 1
Special . . . $ 325.00
PK0943 Ky. Perc. Kit .50 caliber Reg. $ 260.00
Special . . . $ 235.00
PEDERSOLI KENTUCKY PISTOL & KIT:
STOCK BARREL Fullstock, birds head type grip • European walnut • Satin finish
.54 caliber • Blued • 10 3/8” • Octagon - .890 dia. • Button rifled .006” deep • 7 lands - .540 & 7 grooves - .522 • 1-28" twist • Front sight - blued steel base & blade, 3/8” dovetail
• Rear sight - blued steel open style, 3/8 dovetail
IGNITION Flintlock - 1/2” flints •Percussion - #11 size caps • Single shot
FEATURES Brass triggerguard, sideplate & thimbles • Color casehardened lock & nosecap • 15 1/2” o/a • 2 1/2 lbs.
ACCESSORIES 5/16” wood rod w/brass tip - 10x32 thread • Nipple - 1/4 x 28 (NP1365-steel) • Vent - 5/16 x 20
(NP0835-stainless)
LOAD 35 gr. FFg • .530 round ball • .015 patch
MFG. Pedersoli / Italy
KIT Unfinished wood, unpolished metal • Skill Level 1
FH0080 Ky. Pistol - Flint .54 cal.
Reg. $ 375.00
Special . . . $ 350.00
BUILDING A KENTUCKY RIFLE: Part One - Features well known rifle
maker Hershel House building a brass
(vice iron) mounted flintlock rifle.
Nearly 2 1/2 hours of instruction is
conveniently edited to five 28-minute
segments. Now on DVD only. Part Two - More details and techniques of building authentic and traditional flintlock rifles with
Hershel House. Includes wooden box lids, barrel inlays, springs,
box releases, decorative wire inlay, set triggers, how to make a
cleaning worm, sharpen tools, tune a lock and more! Informative,
educational and entertaining. 2 1/2 hours. DVD only.
. . . $ 29.95 each
- Both . . . $ 52.50 (SS4176)
DV0003 (Part 1 or 2)
RELIEF CARVING A KENTUCKY
RIFLE ca. 1775: Superb how-to format from one of America’s premier
gunmakers. Wallace Gusler from Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia, uses
three Virginia made rifles dating from
the time of the American Revolution to
demonstrate how to incorporate details
and design to recreate an authentic rifle that is still an artistic
expression of the builder. Covers sharpening tools with the technology of the 18th century craftsman, style and execution. Also
shows hand scraping/cutting the forestock, and staining the stock.
A fabulous product of a very gifted gunmaker. 90 min.DVD.
DV0004
. . . $ 29.95
FK0432 Ky. Pistol Kit - Flint .54 cal. Reg. $ 275.00
PK0436 Ky. Pistol Kit - Perc. .54 cal. Reg. $ 260.00
Special . . . $ 245.00
Special . . . $ 245.00
ENGRAVING A KENTUCKY RIFLE ca.
1775: Single one hour program captures
Wallace Gusler from Colonial Williamsburg,
Virginia, engraving a fine rifle in the style
and form of the 18th century American gunmaker. Mr. Gusler augments his presentation
with three original rifles made in Virginia
about the time of the American Revolution.
Gravers, sharpening, design and layout are covered through this most
informative and educational video. The finished rifle documents why
Mr. Gusler is regarded as one of the most influential gunmakers of
Kentucky type longrifles. DVD only. DV0005 . . . $ 29.95
BO0100 GUNSMITHING
by Roy F. Dunlap
Covers every form of gunsmithing — welding, stocking, repairs for
locks, stocks & barrels, cartridges,
rifles, shotguns, pistols, browning
and bluing and sighting. There is
so much information in this book to
cover that one cannot describe it in
one paragraph. A very fine book to have - 10th printing. Hb, 848 pages, 5 3/4 x 8 3/4, illust. . . $ 44.95
BO0385 BUILDING THE KENTUCKY RIFLE by James R. Johnston
Excellently deailed photographs and well written step-by-step instructions on
buliding the Kentucky rifle. Instructions are so detailed and complete yet simple and
easily understood that a novice will have no trouble following them and can end up
with a really fine handmade Kentucky rifle. Paperback, 8 1/2 x 11, 43 pgs., illustrated.
BO0473 BUILDING THE KENTUCKY PISTOL by James R. Johnston
This is strictly a book for the beginner. Step-by-step instructions are given for
building a Kentucky pistol. The author’s instructions are explicit and easy to follow
with excellent large size illustrations. Paperback, 36 pages, 8 3/4 x 11.
. . . $ 9.95 ea.
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FR0810 - Brown Bess
PEDERSOLI 2ND MODEL BRITISH BROWN BESS
MUSKET: This 2nd model Brown Bess is an exact
reproduction of the musket manufactured in England
by Grice in 1762. The “Brown Bess” was the standard
musket for the British services, both land and sea, for almost a hundred years. Used by both colonists and
their British opponents during the Revolutionary War. Surplus “Besses” stormed
the Alamo in the hands of Mexicans led
by Santa Ana and some
even saw service in the Confederate
militias during the Civil War.
Revolutionary War
Reg. $ 1,100.00 ONLY . . . $ 1,050.00
STOCK Fullstock - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin finish • 54” length • 2 1/2” drop • 14 1/2” trigger pull
BARREL .75 caliber • Armory bright • 42” • Tapered round - 1.250 at breech to .890 at muzzle • Smoothbore - .750 diameter
• Frontsight - steel stud, serves as bayonet lug
IGNITION Flintlock - 1” size flint
FEATURES Brass furniture • Lockplate border line engraved; “Grice 1762” on tail, crown & “GR” ahead of hammer • Single trigger
• Sling swivels • 58 1/4” overall • 9 lbs. • Use long frizzen screw (SC0203) with flashguard - each sold separately
ACCESSORIES Steel button head ramrod - 10 x 32 male thread • Bayonet (BE0203) and sling (AL6930) sold separately
LOAD 70 gr. FFg • .735 round ball • .010 patch
MFG. Pedersoli / Italy
KIT
Left white • Not polished • Skill level 1
FR0825 - Kit
. . . $ 875.00
BROWN BESS BAYONET: Reproduction, high quality, triangular bayonet. Blade is 16 3/4” w/ overall length 21 3/4”. Fits
Italian made reproduction only. BE0203 Brown Bess Bayonet . . . $
BROWN BESS SLING: Authentic white leather sling for the Brown
Bess. Includes leather lacings on each end for fitting to swivels and a
brass buckle. Adjusts from 25” to 30”.
AL6930 Brown Bess Sling . . .
$ 24.95
185.00
BROWN BESS BAYONET SCABBARD: Scabard is 17 3/8”
long, has rounded brass tip and properly styled brass hook. Fits
BE0203 bayonet and ML1965 frog. SL0244 Brown Bess Bayonet Scabbard . . . $
99.95
PEDERSOLI “1777 CORRIGÉ AN IX” CHARLEVILLE MUSKET: An exact copy of the famous French flintlock musket modified and employed during the 9th year of the French Revolution. It was the basic arm of the Napoleonic infantry. Different from the 1777
Charleville (our FR0930) in that the “Corrigé An IX” has 3 barrel bands held in place with retaining springs instead of screws. Frizzen is
a slightly different shape and lockplate is marked somewhat differently — and in French — however, they are both marked St. Etienne.
This is an oversized package and requires an additional $16.00 shipping & handling.
FR0157 1777 Corrigé An IX Charleville
Reg. $ 1,200.00
BROWN BESS BAYONET SHOULDER CARRIAGE: Originals are rare; usually found only in private collections
or museums. This reproduction is made from 100% cotton
twill, 2 1/2" wide; 52" long. Black leather frog is sewed to
the strap; the 17", heavy, black leather bayonet scabbard is
stitched to the frog. See page 38 of Sketch Book ‘76. High
quality accessory for Revolutionary War reenactors.
SL7020
BO2031 THE BROWN
BESS – An Identification
Guide and Illustrated Study
of Britain’s Most Famous
Musket by Erik Goldstein
& Stuart Mowbray
A pattern-by-pattern, fullcolor guide to the muskets of
the Red Coats! Quick Identification Guide • 959 Detailed
Color Photos • Straightforward Explanation of Common
STOCK Fullstock - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin finish • 57” length • 1 3/4” drop • 12 3/4” trigger pull
BARREL .69 caliber • Armory bright • 44 1/2” • Tapered round - .1.260" at breech to .850" at muzzle • Smoothbore - .690 diameter
• Front sight - brass stud on top of upper barrel band
IGNITION Flintlock - 1” size flint
FEATURES Steel furniture - Armory bright • Lockplate marked “E (over) M’e inp le (over) Je St Etienne”• Three barrel bands (held
by band springs) • Sling swivels • Bayonet lug underneath barrel • Single trigger • 59 1/2” overall • 10 1/4 lbs.
ACCESSORIES Steel ramrod w/trumpet shaped head - 10 x 32 male thread • Bayonet (BE0207) and sling (AL6820) sold separately
LOAD 60 gr. FFg • .680 round ball • .010 patch
MFG. Pedersoli / Italy
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. . . $ 30.95
Brown Bess Markings • Illus. Bayonet Guide. . . .
$ 39.95
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Buys ...
Special . . . $ 1,095.00
BO1459 SWORDS & BLADES OF THE
AMERICAN REVOLUTION by Geo. Neumann - Reprint
The encyclopedia of swords, bayonets,
spontoons, halberds, pikes, knives, daggers
and axes used by both American & British, on
land and sea, during the Revolutionary War.
1600+ photos and specific text identify over
700 edged weapons from pieces in private
collections. Standard reference book on these
bladed weapons since first published in the
early 1970s. Soft cover, 9 x 12, 288 pgs, index.
. . . $ 25.95
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Today!
BO1659
BATTLE WEAPONS OF
THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION by
George C. Neumann
The most extensive photographic collection of Revolutionary War weapons ever in
one volume. Over 2,200 photos with captions detailing the muskets, rifles, pistols,
swords, bayonets, pole arms and other
weapons used by both sides in America’s
War for Independence. Soft cover, 8 1/2 x
11, 400 pgs. Reprint. . . . $ 39.99
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FR3170 Indian Trade Musket
The West -Before 1850
. . . $ 925.00
PEDERSOLI INDIAN TRADE MUSKET: Classic European styling is reflected in this type rifle which was bought by
large trading companies such as Hudson’s Bay, Northwest Company and American Fur Company for trade in America with the
Indians and fur trappers in the late 1700s and early 1800s. The shortened design made it easy to carry on foot or on horseback.
STOCK
BARREL
IGNITION
FEATURES
ACCESSORIES
LOAD
MFG.
Fullstock - 1 pc. • Hardwood • Satin finish • 51 1/2” length • 2 3/4” drop • 14” trigger pull
20 ga. • Browned • 36” • Octagon to round - 1” breech to .820 muzzle • Smoothbore • Front sight brass blade
Flintlock - 1” flint
Brass buttplate, thimbles & serpent sideplate • Casehardened lock & triggerguard • Scroll engraved
lock marked “LOTT” • Single trigger • Large triggerguard bow • 52” overall • 7 1/4 lbs.
.360 wooden ramrod w/brass tip - 10 x 32 thread • Vent 5/16 x 20 (#NP0835-steel)
70 gr. FFg • .600 round ball • .015 patch
Pedersoli / Italy
DIXIE/PEDERSOLI MISSOURI RIVER HAWKEN: For hunters who like a higher knock
down and a rifle with traditional styling. Featuring a fast twist - great for hunting or long range
target shooting! Rifle has the same appearance as the Rocky Mountain Hawken pictured above.
PEDERSOLI BROWN BESS TRADE GUN & KIT: A carbine version of
the English Brown Bess musket made from surplus guns bought from the
English government in the early 1700s. The trade gun became the Indians'
favorite; add a few tacks for decoration, wrap the wrist with rawhide and
it'll look like an original!
STOCK Fullstock - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin oil
finish • 42” length • 2 1/2” drop • 14” trigger pull
BARREL .75 caliber • Browned • 30 1/2” • Tapered round 1.250” at breech to .900” at muzzle • Smoothbore
- .750 diameter • Front sight - steel, square type for
bayonet stud
IGNITION Flintlock - 1” size flints
FEATURES Brass furniture • Serpent sideplate • Browned, en
graved lockplate • Lock marked “GRICE 1762” at
tail and a crown over “GR” under pan • Single
trigger • 47” overall • 7 1/2 lbs.
ACCESSORIES Steel ramrod - 10 x 32 male thread
LOAD 80 gr. FFg • .735 round ball • .010 patch
MFG. Pedersoli / Italy
KIT Barrel & lock in white • Skill level 1
FR0665 Brown Bess Trade Gun
. . . $ 1,200.00
Special . . . $ 795.00
FR0600 Brown Bess Trade Gun Kit Reg. $ 850.00
Halfstock w/Hawken style cheekpiece • American walnut (or) Maple •
Satin finish • 32 3/4" • 3 1/4" drop • 13 3/4" trigger pull
PEDERSOLI ROCKY MOUNTAIN HAWKEN: Rifles are available with either walnut
.45 (or) .50 caliber • Browned • 30” • Octagon - 1" flats • Hook Breech • Rear sight or maple halfstock. Pictured with Missouri River Hawkens.
blued steel buckhorn open style w/push elevator, 3/8” dovetail • Front sight - blued
steel base w/silver blade, 3/8" dovetail
STOCK Halfstock w/Hawken style cheekpiece • Walnut (or) Maple • Satin
.45 cal. • Broached rifling .009" deep • 1-47" twist • 6 lands - .450 & 6 grooves - .468
finish • 32 3/4” length • 3 1/4” drop • 13 3/4” trigger pull
.50 cal. • Broached rifling .004" deep • 1-24” twist • 6 lands - .500 & 6 grooves - .508
BARREL .54 caliber • Browned • 34 11/16” • Octagon - 1” flats • Hook
Percussion - #11 size caps
Breech • Broached rifling .011” deep • 1-65” twist • 7 lands - .540
Color casehardened furniture • Double set/double phase trigger • Drilled & tapped for
& 7 grooves - .562 • Front sight - blued steel base w/silver blade,
tang sight - (2) 4mm x 7, 1/2 center to center • 46 1/2” overall • 9 1/2 lbs.
3/8” dovetail • Rear sight - blued steel buckhorn open style w/push
elevator, 3/8” dovetail
Hardwood ramrod w/2 brass tips - (1) 10 x 32 thread • Nipple 1/4 x 28 (#NP1365-steel)
IGNITION Percussion - #11 size caps
.45 caliber • 50 gr. FFFg • .440 round ball • .015 patch
FEATURES Color casehardened furniture • Double set/double phase trigger •
.50 caliber • 70 gr. FFFg • .50 sabot or conical bullet
52” overall • 10 lbs.
Pedersoli / Italy
ACCESSORIES 3/8” hardwood ramrod w/2 brass tips - (1) 10 x 32 thread • Nipple
1/4 x 28 (#NP1365-steel)
PR3415 Mo. River - .50 cal. Walnut
PR3405 Mo. River - .45 cal. Walnut . . . $ 995.00 ea.
LOAD 80 gr. FFg • .530 round ball • .015 patch
PR3410 Mo. River - .50 cal. Maple Reg. $ 1,250.00
Special . . . $ 1,100.00
MFG. Pedersoli / Italy
PR3080 Mo. River - .45 cal. Maple Reg. $ 1,200.00
Special . . . $ 1,100.00
PR3430 Rocky Mtn. - Maple Reg. $ 1,050.00 Special . . . $ 1,025.00
STOCK BARREL IGNITION FEATURES ACCESSORIES LOAD MFG. PR3435 Rocky Mtn. - Walnut Reg. $ 925.00
DIXIE EARLY AMERICAN JAEGER: In the late 17th century Pennsylvania gunsmiths copied a gun
from their central European heritage called the Jaeger, the favorite hunting rifle at the end of the 17th and the
beginning of the 18th centuries. The Jaeger was extremely accurate and very satisfactory for killing game at great distances.
STOCK
BARREL
IGNITION
FEATURES
ACCESSORIES
LOAD
Fullstock • American walnut • Satin finish • 43 1/2" length
• 2 1/2” drop • 14” trigger pull
.54 caliber • Browned • 27 5/8" • Octagon - 1” flats •
Broached riflling .006” deep • 1-24” twist • 7 lands - .540
& 7 grooves - .552 • Front sight - 3/8” dovetail steel base
w/flower tail blade • Rear sight - .360 dovetail, steel,
open style
Flintlock - 3/4” size flint • Percussion - #11 size caps
Color casehardened steel buttplate, toeplate, triggerguard,
sideplate, 3 thimbles (lower w/entry) • Simulated horn
nosecap (black) • Sling swivel on forearm - button in
buttstock • Sliding wooden patchbox w/simulated horn
end • Double set, double phase triggers • 43 3/4” overall
• 8 1/4 lbs.
.360 wood ramrod w/10x32 thread • Nipple 1/4 x 28
(NP1365) • Vent 5/16 x 20 (NP0835) • Accessories not
included, but sold separately are SL1933 sling, RA2005
replacement ramrod and CA0111 or CA0113 moulds.
95 gr FFg • .530 round ball • .015 patch
MFG.
KIT
PR0835 Perc. Rifle - or- FR0838 Flint Rifle
Reg. $ 995.00
PK0146 Perc. Kit
Reg. $ 850.00
- or - FK0143 Flint Kit
Pedersoli / Italy
Color casehardened lock • Barrel
blued for protection only (not finished)
• Skill level 1
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Special . . . $ 895.00
Special . . . $ 950.00
Special . . . $ 775.00
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Shotguns
PEDERSOLI MAGNUM DOUBLE BARREL 10 GAUGE SHOTGUN & KIT: The one shotgun that can do it all. Load it down for
small game, up for turkey and ducks. It is so well balanced that it feels much lighter than it really is.
STOCK Halfstock w/checkered wrist - cheekpiece on buttstock • European walnut • Satin finish • 25 1/2” length • 2” drop
• 13 1/2” rear trigger pull - 14 1/4” front trigger pull
BARREL 10 gauge • Browned • 30” • Tapered round - 1.060” at breech to .890 at muzzle • Chrome lined • Smoothbore - .775
diameter • Right hand - cylinder bore • Left hand - modified • Sights - two brass beads
IGNITION Percussion - #11 size caps
FEATURES Steel furniture, blued except locks, tang & triggerplate left white • Engraved locks, tang, triggerguard & triggerplate
• Two single triggers • Sling swivels • 46 1/2” overall • 7 1/4 lbs.
ACCESSORIES .360” wood ramrod w/brass tip - 10 x 32 thread & brass button • Nipple 1/4 x 28 (#NP1365-steel)
LOAD 85 gr. FFg • 1 1/4 oz. shot
MFG. Pedersoli / Italy
KIT Not checkered • Blued barrels • Skill level 2
PS1030 10 ga Reg. $ 950.00
Special . .$ 850.00
PS1040 10 ga Kit Reg. $ 775.00
Special . .$ 650.00
PEDERSOLI OLD ENGLISH SHOTGUN: STOCK BARREL IGNITION FEATURES ACCESSORIES LOAD MFG. Reg.$ 925.00
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Special . . . $ 850.00
. . . $ 850.00
PEDERSOLI DOUBLE BARREL COACH GUN
STOCK
BARREL
IGNITION
FEATURES
ACCESSORIES
LOAD
MFG.
STOCK Halfstock w/checkered wrist •
European walnut • Satin finish •
25 1/2” length • 2” drop • 13 1/2”
rear trigger pull - 14 1/2” front
trigger pull
BARREL 12 gauge • Browned • 28 1/2” •
Tapered round - 1.020” at breech
to .850" at muzzle • Chrome lined
• Smoothbore - .726 diameter
• Right hand - cylinder bore • Left
hand - modified • Sights - two
brass beads
IGNITION Percussion - #11 size caps
FEATURES Steel furniture, color casehard ened except blued buttplate &
triggerguard • Engraved locks,
tang and triggerplate • Two single
triggers • 45” overall • 7 lbs.
ACCESSORIES .360” wood ramrod w/brass tip
(10 x 32) & brass button • Nipple
1/4 x 28 (#NP1365-steel)
LOAD 72 gr. FFg • 1 1/8 oz. shot
MFG. Pedersoli / Italy
KIT Not checkered • Blued barrels •
Skill level 2
PS0930 12ga.
Halfstock w/checkered wrist & forearm • American maple • Satin finish • 25 1/2” length • 2” drop • 13 1/2” rear trigger
PS0940 12 ga Kit
pull - 14 1/2” front trigger pull
Reg. $ 750.00 Special . . . $ 650.00
12 gauge • Browned • 28 1/2” • Tapered round - 1.020 at breech to .850 at muzzle • Smoothbore - .726 diameter
• Right Hand - cylinder bore • Left hand - modified • Front sight – brass bead
Percussion - #11 size caps
Color casehardened locks, triggerplate, triggerguard, upper thimble, wedge plates, capbox
& tang • Engraved locks, triggerplate, capbox & tang • Blued steel
buttplate & wedge • Swivel studs for quick detachable swivels on
buttstock & lower thimble • 45” overall • 7 1/2 lbs.
.360” wood ramrod w/brass tip - 10 x 32 thread & brass button •
PR4090 Reg. $ 1,500.00 Special . . . $ 1,395.00
Nipple 1/4 x 28 (#NP1365-steel)
72 gr. FFg • 1 1/8 oz. shot
Pedersoli / Italy
PS0914
PEDERSOLI MAGNUM DOUBLE
BARREL 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN &
KIT: The perfect shotgun for those who
believe the 12 gauge is best. Not quite as
light as the 20 gauge nor heavy as the 10,
this is as near "all-around" as one will get
with a muzzleloading shotgun.
Halfstock w/checkered wrist • European walnut • Satin finish •
25 1/2” length • 2” drop • 13 1/2” rear trigger pull - 14 1/2” front
trigger pull
12 gauge • Blued • 20” • Tapered round - 1.020 at breech to .860 at
muzzle • Smoothbore - .720 bore diameter • Cylinder bore (both
barrels) • Front sight - brass bead
Percussion - #11 size cap
Blued steel buttplate, triggers & barrel thimbles • Color casehardened
locks, triggerguard, tang, entry thimble & wedge plates • Engraved
locks & tang • 36 1/2” overall • 6 3/4 lbs.
.360 wood ramrod w/brass tips - (1) threaded 10 x 32 • Nipple
1/4 x 28 (NP1365-steel)
70 gr. FFg • 1 1/8 oz. shot
Pedersoli / Italy
SHOTGUN SLING: 3/4" wide sling of high
quality russet leather with steel buckles. Heavy,
thick leather, will not stretch. AL7120 Shotgun Sling . .$ 22.50
See our 2012 catalog for
many more
shotgun accessories, wads
etc.
ENGLISH STYLE SHOT POUCH: English shot
pouch with brass, spring lever charger. Adjustable
spout throws 75-85 grains of powder or 1 1/4 or
1 1/2 oz. of birdshot. Shotguns use the same volume of
powder to shot. 11" long, made of soft suede leather.
OA0601 English Shot Pouch
IRISH STYLE SHOT POUCH: Irish shot pouch
with brass, spring loaded, removable scoop shot
charger. When charger is thrust home into cylinder, it
pushes cut-off aside to fill charger. As it is withdrawn,
the cut-off slides into place measuring the correct
charge. May also be used for powder. Adj. charger
throws 70, 80 or 90 grain of powder or 1, 1 1/4, or 1
1/2 oz. of birdshot. Leather,11" in length.
FL0701 Irish Shot Pouch
..
$ 82.50 each
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Cartridge Guns
UBERTI HENRY RIFLE: Patented by B. Tyler Henry of the New Haven Arms Company under the presidency of Oliver Winchester, who later gave his name to further models and to the company
itself. The Henry was produced 1860 to 1865, serial numbered 1 to 12,000 plus 2,000 more in 1866 when the first model Winchester was introduced. The full length rifles are N/SSA approved; the
Trapper is not approved! Modern Long Gun Rules apply.
STOCK BARREL IGNITION FEATURES MFG. Buttstock • European walnut • Satin finish • 1/2” drop • 13 1/4” trigger pull • 13” trigger pull
.44/40 caliber (or) .45 LC caliber • Blued • 24 1/4” • Tapered octagon - .935” at breech to .820” at muzzle • Front sight - silver blade • Rear sight - 3/8” dovetail base, steel, open
w/flip-up & elevator marked to 800 yds.
.44/40 caliber • Cut rifling .004” deep • 1-21” twist • 6 lands - .424 & 6 grooves - .432 • .45 LC caliber • Cut rifling .004” deep • 1-18” twist • 6 lands - .442 & 6 grooves - .450
.44/40 (or) .45 LC black powder cartridge (or) factory loaded ammo • 12 capacity magazine tube
Blued steel furniture • Brass frame & buttplate • Barrel marked “Henry’s Patent Oct. 16, 1860” • Single trigger • Sling swivels • 43 3/4” o/a • 9 1/4 lbs. • Sling (AL0503) sold separately
Uberti / Italy
CR0205 Henry Rifle - Brass Frame .44/40 - or - CR0305 Henry Rifle - Brass Frame, .45 LC Reg. $ 1,095.00
Special . . . $ 1,025.00 each
CR0225 1866 Rifle - .38 Special Reg. $ 925.00
DIXIE/UBERTI CATTLEMAN BISLEY REVOLVER: Modern handgun
rules apply. Guns must be shipped UPS Next Day Air.
STOCK BARREL IGNITION FEATURES MFG. Grips - 2 piece • European walnut • Satin finish •
Steel frame
.44/40 (or) .45 LC • Blued • Tapered round •
Broached rifling .004” deep •1-20” twist • 6 lands
- .421 & 6 grooves - .429 • Front sight - blued steel
blade • Rear sight - “V” notch in top of frame • 5 1/2” • .765 breech .730 muzzle
• 7 1/2" • .765 breech .700 muzzle
.44/40 or .45 LC black powder cartridge (or) factory
loaded ammo • Six-shot
Blued steel furniture • Color casehardened frame
5 1/2" bbl - 10 3/4" o/a • 2 1/2 lbs.
• 7 1/2" bbl - 12 3/4" o/a • 2 3/4 lbs.
Uberti / Italy
CR0609 Cattleman Bisley Revolver - 5 1/2" - .44/40
CR0618 Cattleman Bisley Revolver -7 1/2" - .45 LC
Reg. $ 495.00
Special . . . $ 475.00 each
Special . . . $ 895.00
DIXIE/UBERTI 1866 WINCHESTER REPLICA RIFLE: The 1866 Winchester was developed from the Henry
and production began in 1866. Apx. 170,101 were made. It differs from the Henry, however, by having a loading gate
on the side of the action, a wooden forearm & separate tubular magazine. Called the “Yellow Boy” by the Indians, the
1866 is the most deserving of the name, “The Gun That Won The West.” Modern Long Gun Rules apply.
STOCK BARREL IGNITION FEATURES MFG. Buttstock & forearm • European walnut • Satin finish • 3 1/2” drop • 13” trigger pull
.38 Special • Blued • 24 1/4” • Tapered octagon - .860” at breech to .750” at muzzle • Cut rifling
.006” deep • 6 lands - .344 & 6 grooves - .356 • 1-22” twist • Front sight - blued steel base & blade,
3/8" dovetail • Rear sight - blued steel, semi-buckhorn, open style w/push elevator, 3/8" dovetail
Black powder cartridge (or) factory loaded ammo• 12 capacity magazine
Brass frame, buttplate & nosecap • Color casehardened hammer & lever • Single trigger •
43 1/2" overall • 8 1/2 lbs.
Uberti / Italy
PEDERSOLI SHARPS M1874 LONG RANGE TARGET RIFLE: Accurate reproduction of the Sharps Long
Range model made in December 1876 converting rifles with 32” barrels to 34” barrels. The original was produced
with single trigger only, in February of 1879 some 1000 pieces had been produced with double set triggers. Modern
Long Gun Rules apply.
STOCK BARREL IGNITION
FEATURES MFG. Shotgun style buttstock w/cheekpiece, pistol grip & checkered wrist / Forearm - checkered w/
silver forend tip • European walnut • Satin oil finish • 2” drop • 14” trigger pull
.45/70 caliber • Blued • 34” • Octagon to round - 1.160 at breech to .980 at muzzle • Broach
rifling .004” deep • 1-18” twist • 6 lands - .450 & 6 grooves - .458 • Front sight - 3/8” dovetail,
blued steel, hooded globe w/inserts • Tang sight - blued steel, windage & elevation adjustable
.45/70 black powder cartridge • (or) factory loaded ammo • Single shot
Blued steel shotgun style buttplate • Color casehardened receiver, block, lever, triggerplate •
Drilled & tapped for tang sight (2 holes 10 x 28, 2 1/4” center to center) • Double set/double
phase triggers • 51” overall • 12 1/2 lbs.
Pedersoli / Italy
CR1241
Reg. $ 1,800.00
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CR0233
PEDERSOLI KODIAK MARK IV DOUBLE EXPRESS RIFLE: Modern Long Gun Rules apply.
STOCK BARREL Reg. $ 4,500.00
Special . . . $
CR1310 1874 Sharps NRA Quigley Rifle - .45/120
Pistol grip buttstock w/cheekpiece / Checkered wrist & forearm • European walnut •
Satin oil finish • 2 1/8” drop • 15” front trigger pull; 14” rear trigger pull
.45/70 caliber • Blued • 24” • Tapered round - 1.075” at breech to .760” at muzzle • Cut
rifling .004” deep • 1-18” twist •
6 lands - .450 & 6 grooves - .458 •
Front sight - blued steel ramp
style w/brass bead, 3/8" dovetail •
Rear sight - blued steel base w/1
fixed blade & 2 flip-up blades
adj. for windage and elevation
IGNITION .45/70 black pow4,100.00
der cartridge (or) factory loaded
ammo
FEATURES Color casehardened
frame, locks & triggerguard •
Sling swivels • Sling • Cushion
butt pad • 41 1/4" overall • 10 lbs.
MFG. Pedersoli / Italy
Reg. $ 1,850.00
CR1325 1874 Sharps NRA Quigley /Rifle - .45/90
Reg. $ 1,850.00
CR1305 1874 Sharps NRA Quigley Rifle - .45/70
Reg. $ 1,850.00
Special . . . $ 1,725.00
Special . . . $ 1,725.00
Special . . . $ 1,695.00
PEDERSOLI M1874 SHARPS NRA QUIGLEY RIFLE: Modern Long Gun Rules apply.
STOCK BARREL IGNITION FEATURES MFG. Buttstock - military style w/patchbox, checkered straight grip / Forearm - checkered • European walnut • Satin oil finish • 3” drop • 14” trigger pull
.45/120 caliber (or) .45/90 caliber (or) .45/70 caliber • Blued • 34” • Tapered octagon - 1.150 at breech to 1.010 at muzzle • Broach rifling .004” deep • 1-18” twist • 6 lands - .450
& 6 grooves - .458 • Front sight - 3/8” dovetail, blued steel base w/silver blade • Rear sight - blued steel flip-up w/elevator to 800 yds.
.45/120 (or) .45/90 (or) .45/70 black powder cartridge (or) factory loaded ammo • Single shot
Color casehardened furniture • Silver nosecap • Lockplate marked “Sharps’ Pat. Oct 5th 1852” • Drilled & tapped for tang sight - 2 1/4” center to center, (2) 10 x 28 • Double set/
double phase triggers • Saddle bar • Decorative Hartford Collar turned barrel where meets receiver • 51” overall • 13 1/4 lbs.
Pedersoli / Italy
CR3385 Lightning Rifle #4 - .44/40
Reg. $ 1,300.00
Special . . . $ 1,100.00
PEDERSOLI LIGHTNING RIFLE & CARBINE: Modern long gun rules apply.
STOCK
BARREL
IGNITION
FEATURES
MFG.
Buttstock & Checkered forearm • European walnut • Satin oil finish • 3” drop • 13 1/4” trigger pull
.44/40 Caliber • Blued • 26” • Tapered round • .900 at breech to .700 at muzzle • Broached rifling .004” deep • 1-36”
twist • 6 lands - .421 & 6 grooves - .429 • Front sight - 1 pc blued steel base & blade • Rear sight - blued steel open
style w/flip up elevator mk’d to 600 yds.
.44/40 black powder cartridge (or) factory loaded ammo • 10 capacity magazine (Has block to limit capacity.)
Blued steel furniture • 43” overall • 7 1/4 lbs.
Pedersoli / Italy
BO1206 THE COLT DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS:
A SHOP MANUAL, VOL II by Jerry Kuhnhausen
This manual covers Colt's Mark III series double action
revolvers (J frame models), and also Colt's V, AA, Trooper
III, Trooper V, Official Police III, Metropolitan, Peacekeeper,
Lawman and King Cobra. Like Volume I, this is a practical
repair manual, the first section covering basic disassembly,
inspection and interior servicing. The second section covers
advanced gunsmithing and bench techniques. Every gunsmith,
armorer or Colt double action enthusiast needs to have both
these manuals. Ppbk, 6 x 9, 156 pgs. Illus. . . . $ 24.95
BO1207 THE COLT .45 AUTOMATIC: A SHOP MANUAL by Jerry Kuhnhausen
The author tells all in this manual for the .45 Government Automatic. The first section of the book
covers disassembly, basic checks, parts identification and interior servicing. It moves on to reassembly
and basic repairs as well as a complete troubleshooting guide. The second section covers advanced
gunsmithing techniques, customizing and accurizing. It is the most complete work on the .45 Automatic available. Very well illustrated.
Paperback, 6 x 9,
201 pages. . . . $ 29.95
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BO2044 THE U.S. M1911/
M1911A1 PISTOLS AND COMMERICAL M1911 TYPE PISTOLS: A SHOP MANUAL by
Jerry Kuhnhausen
Volume 2 – continues on where
Vol. 1 leaves off – does not replace
Vol. 1. Volume 2 has more on basic
pistol function; design theory; parts
data; parts fitting; barrel fitting; accurizing and reliability. Expanded – 207 pages, 600 new
drawings, graphics & photos.
6 x 9, soft cover. . . . $ 31.95
BO2045 THE U.S. .30 CAL. GAS
OPERTED CARBINES: A SHOP
MANUAL by Jerry Kuhnhausen
Expanded Edition. The ultimate
tech data manual for all U.S. .30 M1
Carbines and commercial .30 M1
Carbines with U.S. military parts.
Covers .30 M1 Carbine design and operating theory, includes a fully detailed
cycle of operations section, bench function checks, complete disassembly/
reassembly, full parts inspection data with all critical ordnance parts dimensional inspection specs, ordnance specified steels and parts hardness, basic tools and inspection
gauges plus much more. Soft cover, 6 x 9, 224 pages. Over 700 photos. $ 31.95
BO1204 THE S & W REVOLVER: A SHOP MANUAL
by Jerry Kuhnhausen
Written by a gunsmith of 40 years experience, The S & W Revolver, A
Shop Manual is exactly what its title implies: A shop manual. The first part
gives basic disassembly, adjustments and basic repairs. The second section
goes into more depth on trouble shooting, rebuilding, rebluing, accurizing
and barrel work, plus much, much more. Paperback, 6 x 9, 152 pages. Explicit illus. & diagrams. . . . $ 24.95
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DIXIE COLT 1860 ARMY& KIT: The Colt 1860 Army revolver was produced from 1860 through 1873 with a total of
over 200,000 being made. The 1860 took the place of the 3rd Model Dragoon and ranks third in the total number produced
of the various Colt percussion handguns. Streamlined and downsized to become a holster pistol instead of a horse pistol,
this was the major revolver in use by U.S. troops during the Civil War.
Happy New Year
STOCK Grips - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin finish • Steel frame, color casehardened
BARREL .44 caliber • Blued • 8” • Tapered round - .710” at breech to .670” at muzzle • Button rifled .006” deep • 1-30” twist • 7 lands- .440 & 7 grooves - .452 •
Front sight - brass blade • Rear sight - V-notch in hammer nose
IGNITION Percussion - #11 size caps • Six-shot • .447 chamber diameter
FEATURES Blued steel backstrap • Brass triggerguard • Color casehardened
loading lever & hammer • Cylinder engraved w/naval scene • Cut
for shoulder stock • 13 3/4” o/a • 2 3/4 lbs.
RH0705 1860 Army Reg. $ 225.00 Special . . . $ 195.00
ACCESSORIES Nipple 6mm x .75 (#NP1355-steel)
LOAD 22 gr. FFFg • .451 round ball • .44 revolver wad
RK0965 1860 Army Kit Reg. $ 215.00
Special . . . $ 175.00
MFG. Pietta / Italy
KIT
Barrel blued (as protective only) • Skill level 1
UBERTI COLT 1862 POCKET NAVY REVOLER: Often erronously called the Model 1853, the Pocket Navy shared serial
numbers with the Model 1862 Police pistol.
RH0420 Reg. $ 295.00
Special . . . $ 265.00
UBERTI 1861 NAVY REVOLVER: The Colt 1861 Navy is a
streamlined version of the Model 1851 Navy. A total of 38,843
were produced from 1861 to 1873. This is one of the most attractive of all the Colt handguns. N/SSA approved.
STOCK Grip - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin
finish • Steel frame, color casehardened
BARREL .36 caliber • Blued • 7 1/2” • Tapered round
- .730” at breech to .640” at muzzle • Button
rifled .011” deep • 1-32” twist • 7 lands .360 & 7 grooves - .382 • Front sight - silver
blade • Rear sight - V-notch in hammer nose
IGNITION Percussion - #11 size caps • Six-shot • .372
chamber diameter
FEATURES Blued steel backstrap & triggerguard •
Color casehardened loading lever & ham
mer • Cylinder engraved w/naval scene •
Cut for shoulder stock • 13” o/a • 2 3/4 lbs.
ACCESSORIES Nipple 5.5mm x .9 (#NP2040-steel)
LOAD 18 gr. FFFg • .376 round ball • .36 rev. wad
MFG. Uberti / Italy
STOCK Grip - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin finish • Steel frame, color casehardened
BARREL .36 caliber • Blued • 5 1/2” • Tapered octagon - .650” at breech to .585” at muzzle • Button rifled .005” deep
• 1-32” twist • 7 lands - .360 & 7 grooves
- .370 • Front sight - brass bead • Rear sight
- V-notch in hammer nose
IGNITION Percussion - #11 size caps • Five-shot • .372
chamber diameter
FEATURES Brass backstrap & oval triggerguard •
Color casehardened loading lever & ham
mer • Cylinder engraved w/stagecoach
"hold-up" scene • 10 1/2” o/a • 1 1/2 lbs.
RH0415 Reg. $ 315.00
ACCESSORIES Nipple 5.5mm x .9 (#NP2040-steel)
Special . . . $ 275.00
LOAD 15 gr. FFFg • .376 round ball • .36 rev. wad
MFG. Uberti / Italy
CARTRIDGE BOX: For
.58 caliber. Body of pouch
is about 7 1/4” wide x 1 3/4”
deep & 6” tall. This Civil War
style pouch is complete with
inside waterproof flap plus
an outside flap fully covering
the box. Extra pocket underneath the flap holds accoutrement/tools.
Made of black leather sewn together with
brass stud to lock lid. Two black buckles
are riveted to bottom for attachment of a
shoulder strap (not included). Complete
with two cartridge tins. . . . $ 265.00
STOCK Grips - 1 piece • European walnut • Satin
finish • Steel frame, color casehardened
BARREL .36 caliber • Blued • 8” • Tapered round .710” at breech to .660” at muzzle • Button
rifled .006” deep • 1-30” twist • 7 lands .360 & 7 grooves - .372 • Front sight - brass
blade • Rear sight - V-notch in hammer nose
IGNITION Percussion - #11 size caps • Six-shot • .367
chamber diameter
FEATURES Blued steel backstrap & triggerguard • Color
casehardened loading lever, trigger &
hammer • Cylinder engraved w/naval scene
• 13 3/4” overall • 2 3/4 lbs. • Cut for
shoulder stock
ACCESSORIES Nipple 6mm x .75 (#NP1355-steel)
LOAD 18 gr. FFFg • .376 round ball • .36 rev. wad
MFG. Pietta / Italy
. . . $ 19.95
. . . $ 45.00
HL1606 Dragoon Holster – Civilian
DIXIE 1861 NAVY
ML1821 Pistol Box
DRAGOON
HOLSTERS: Regulation or
civilian style. Regulation style is worn on the right side, butt forward for left hand draw,
according to military regulations. Black leather; muzzle end sewed
with brass stud closure for flap. Civilian style is right hand draw.
HL1609 Dragoon Holster – Regulation
ML1310 Ctg Box
RH0841
PISTOL
CARTRIDGE BOX: Civil
War period pistol cartridge box. Made from
heavy leather, sewn
with small flap. Black,
copper braded with
brass stud closure and single compartment; the body
measures 5 1/2” x 1 1/8” x 3 3/4”. Loops on back
for 2” belt. For .36 and .44 caliber combustible cartridges.
. . . $ 29.95 each
WALKER HOLSTERS: Black leather; muzzle end sewed with
brass stud closure for flap. Have right hand or left hand (can be
worn Regulation style).
HL1600 Walker Holster – Right Hand
HL1603 Walker Holster – Left Hand
. . . $ 29.95 each
CARBINE SLING: This thick, black leather sling
is 59” long, 2 1/4” wide. It is fitted with an authentic
reproduction brass buckle and brass tip. Has about 6”
white decorative stitching just behind buckle. Sling fits
over the head & shoulder of the mounted soldier with
snap hook (sold separately) or sling swivel attached to
carbine. Sling is for Civil War and later period cavalry
re-enactors. AL1831 Sling w/buckle . . . $ 29.95
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FLEXIBLE HEAD BORE LIGHT: Not only is this
a great bore light, you can use it at home or work for
many different situations. The 3-in-1 LED flashlight
has a 9 1/2” long flexible neck. Cylinder has pen
type pocket clip plus light is equipped is a holding
stand and a larger type clip for securing in almost any
situation. Requires AAA battery which is included.
Light has a nice antiqued pewter color.
MT1307 Flexible Head Bore Light . . . $ 5.95
THE GUNNY SOCK®: No
hinges to come apart, no cheap
vinyl to crack, no zippers to break, and no handles to pull
off! The Gunny Sock® is effective, inexpensive protection from nicks, scratches, fingerprints and ultra violet
damage to finishes. It’s a gun cover, a tightly woven sock
with a thick luxurious terry cloth lining and snug fitting
elastic closure. Weighs only 5 oz. and is machine washable. Available in 48” length that will fit almost any rifle
or shotgun, even scoped rifles and most muzzleloaders.
Made in the U.S.A.
SA6701 Rifle/Shotgun . . . $ 6.25
18TH CENTURY
ENGLISH PLAYING
CARDS: A reproduction
of a deck by Bamford of
London, circa 1750. The
initials “HC” on the sword
of the King of Hearts suggest
that the printing blocks may
have been produced by an
even earlier printer whose
business wa taken over by Bamford. This classic style of this deck makes
it a good representation of decks used in both Britain and the USA from
the early 18th century up to the late 19th century. Although jokers were
not used until the late 1800s, they have been included, inspired by the
face cards or games that require them. MI2204
. . . $ 5.95
WOOL GLOVES:
Very warm.....knitted
of 85% wool and 15%
nylon. Wonderful for
reenacting or everyday use. Heavy but not
bundlesome, neutral
tweed color with
elasticized band at
wrist. Available in one
size for ladies and one
size for men. Please
state which when
ordering.
Made in the USA. MC6935
FUR BULLET BAG: A
rabbit fur bullet bag made
by the Cherokee Indians of
the Qualla Reservation in
Cherokee, North Carolina.
It is approximately 6” x 6”
with a rawhide draw string
and will hold approximately
5 lbs. of balls. Although this
is a bullet bag, you could
carry other accessories in it.
Has large opening; easy to
reach into for the ball. Well made. OA0504 Fur Bullet Bag HANDMADE SCISSORS: Make room in your possibles bag for one
more item! Scissors are handmade, 6” overall with 3” cutting blades. These are excellent for cutting leather, cloth, and even hair! I tried it on
mine and know what I’m talking about! PM0805 . . . $ 5.95
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CACHE or BALL BAGS: Small white leather bags for balls, tools
or ramrod accessories. Cache bags are available in two sizes. The
traditional flat bottom ball bag is 4” tall with a 3” diameter round
flat bottom. All have drawstring closures. Very handy.
PO0410 Cache/Ball Bag - 3” x 5”
$ 4.95
PO0412 Cache/Ball Bag - 4” x 6”
$ 6.25
PO0414 Flat Bottom Bag
$ 8.50
. . . $ 11.50
BRASS BORE MEASURE: Measures caliber in
inches, millimeters & gauges. Tapers from 27/32”
to 5/32” and is 3 1/8” long with brass “key” ring.
Stamped “Dixie Gun Works Union City, TN 1-800238-6785.” MT0410 . . . $ 3.50
. . . $ 8.95
CONFEDERATE HALF DOLLAR:
This is a commemorative of the Confederate half dollar which bears the original
Confederate half dollar reverse design
of a shield of stars and stripes surrounded by “CONFEDERATE STATES OF
AMERICA * HALF DOL.* as struck
at the Confederacy’s New Orleans Mint
in 1861. Obverse is the Lovett capped
Liberty Head with the date of 1861.
Struck in nickle silver. Coin is
1 1/4” dia. MI0140 . . . $ 3.50
POWDER CAN LID: Now you
can conveniently and quickly fill
your powder measure, powder horn or flask. The spout includes a
waterproof rubber cap. Available for either Goex™ or Pyrodex™
style containers.
MT1104 Goex™ Lid w/spout
. . . $ 5.95
MT0608 Pyrodex™ Lid w/spout
. . . $ 5.95
LYE SOAP: Now you can
be as clean as grandpa on a
Saturday night! Made from beef
tallow, lard, water and sodium
hydroxide, then cured for three to
four weeks, this genuine lye soap
comes in bars of 3 oz. or more. It
is guaranteed to remove all traces
of woodsmoke and blackpowder
from the filthiest reenactor or
buckskinner. Wagh! 2 bars...........
MA0404 . . . $ 3.50
EAR BOBS: Museum reproductions of the
19th century. Ear bobs feature a 3/4” cone
shaped dangle topped by a round bead of
approximately 1/4” diameter and wire loop.
Made of sterling silver. TS0337 . . . $ 25.00
CLOAK OR CAPE LATCH: A popular
style clasp for the Kinsale cloaks which
originated in Ireland and were popular from the early Colonial days through
the Civil War. This closure is a high quality pewter latch with holes drilled on
each side through which the clasp is sewn onto the garment.
It is filled with a beautiful “Celtic knot” design. These can
be used on men’s and women’s clothing. Two pieces hook
together. Very sturdy. Total width of both pieces is 3 1/4”
with 1 5/16” height. American made.
PW3701
. . . $ 13.95
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Happy New Year
STRAIGHT LINE MUSKET CAPPER: Heavy
brass construction with tension spring release, bottom
loading slot. Capper is 5 1/2” long, 3/4” wide and
is stamped from .038” brass. Holds up to 12 musket
caps. Made by Pedersoli.
NA0202 Reg. $ 18.50
NIPPLE WRENCH: Ratchet style wrench will fit
standard #11 nipples on rifles, shotguns and some
inline rifles and revolvers. Size for musket nipples
is also available. Handle is about 3 1/2” in length.
Heavy duty.
NW0204Revolver - $ 17.95
NW0602Rifle - $ 17.95
NW0705 Musket - $ 17.95
Special . . . $ 16.95
POWDER MEASURE W/SPOUT: Solid brass, adjustable 1-120 grains
in 5 grain increments. Spout swivels
horizontally to level charge. QA0405 . . . .$ 18.95
PISTOL POWDER MEASURE: High
quality brass measure, adustable; 0-50
grains in 5 grain increments. Swivel
funnel. QA1102 . . . $ 19.50
POWDER MEASURE: Solid brass
measure for rifle. Positive snap ring
“clicks off” each increment of adjustment; rifle measure adjusts from 50 to
120 grains in 10 grain increments. Easily
attached to powder horn, hunting pouch,
or flask. QA0312 . . . $ 14.95
DISPOSABLE EAR PLUGS: Silencio
HUSH™ Plugs are manufactured from
a unique sound-absoring foam, carefully
designed for easy insertion then a gently expanded custom fit. Noise Reduction Rating
(NRR) is 31 decibels when used as directed
on package. Pkg of 3 pairs.
MA0202 . . . $ 3.50
PATCH KNIFE: The blade on this handy
little knife is L-65 spring steel. It certainly holds an
edge very well. Blade is 4 7/8” long and 1” at the
widest point. It is fitted with a lightly stained, tight
grain hardwood handle, fastened to the flat tang with
three copper rivets. Handle is 2 7/8” long making the
knife 6 3/4” overall. Convenient size. KE7305 . . . $ 12.95
ADJUSTABLE POWDER/SHOT
DIPPER: Inexpensive and of less than
average quality, it is still a handy measuring/loading accessory. There is no
way to readily graduate the amount of
powder or shot, but with the screw-in
insert fully extended, this measure will
hold 64 grains of 3Fg black powder or
3/4 ounce of shot; one half this with insert closed. QA0820 Reg. $ 19.00
Special . . . $ 17.50
CONFEDERATE GUN
SLINGS: Same description as our AL6950
slings; however, they
are made specifically for
the Enfield musketoons,
rifles and muskets. AL6740 Enfield Musketoon Sling - 47 5/8” overall
AL6920 Enfield 2-Band Rifle Sling - 38 1/2” overall AL6940 Enfield 3-Band Musket Sling - 52 7/8” overall
Each Reg. - $ 19.95
Special . . . $ 18.00
HAND FORGED DOUBLE BIT AXES: Made for
those for whom one cutting edge is not enough, these
small axes are jut right for the primitive camp. Hand
forged blades in two sizes; 6” double blades with 2 1/2”
cutting edges, and 10” blades with 3” cutting edges.
Hardwood handles must be hand fitted. Large axe is
18” long; smaller is 16”.
TE3120 Double Bit Axe - 6”
. . . $ 12.95
TE3110 Double Bit Axe - 10” . . . $ 16.95
SAFER-SHARP KNIFE SHARPENING
KIT: Many hunters, campers and outdoorsmen
in general carry with them a small sharpening
stone for touching up the edge of their knife or
axe - or other cutting instrument. Holding this
stone between the thumb and index finger can
be risky! Protect yourself - the Safer-Sharp kit
is just the solution! It is easily portable and
contains a kevlar glove, 4” natural Arkansas
stone and 1 oz. of honing solution. MT4110 . . . $ 19.95
COPPER CANDLE: The one
piece copper candle body is 4”
long and 7/8” diameter, 5 ½” overall with cork stopper and wick.
These use liquid paraffin (sold in
most hardware stores) – no more
wax dripping on your clothes and
no ore wax clean up. When full,
each candle will last 4 to 5 hours.
They fit into standard candle
holders. Wicks are fiberglass and
will not char, adjustable to regulate amount of flame, guaranteed
not to burn short. These are both
cheaper and safer than candles.
CW4250. . . $ 8.50
REPLACEMENT HEAD: Replacement heads for the above ratchet
wrench. Available for revolver, #11 nipples and musket nipples. State
correct size.
NW0540Head Reg. $ 12.95 ea.
Special . . . $ 10.95 ea.
P O W D E R
HORN STRAP:
Same hand woven
strap as above,
4 1/2’ long x 1 ½”
wide. Leather is
stitched to each
end with two tie
strings on each
end. Assorted colors.
AUTHENTIC 19TH CENTURY TOOTHBRUSH: At last, an authentic cure for moose-breath with bone
handles and real boar bristles. An indispensible item
sought by fur traders, military re-enactors, buckskinners
and living historians. These are accurate copies of “dug-up” originals. The genuine bone handle is
pierced for a thong, the head is drilled and slotted for 52 tufts of medium-firm white boar bristles—twice
the tufts of most modern toothbrushes. Each brush is a dandy and an authentic cleaning tool. MA1218
. . . $ 7.95
COUNTRY GENT TOOTH POWDER: During the 1800s tooth powder was
either sold in metal tins or glass bottles and flasks. Sticks were chewed to form
brushes or in rare cases a “bone and bristle” or wooden tooth brush was used.
The bristles in both were usually hog hair. “Country Gent” contains all natural
ingredients that are safe even if ingested. No worries of tubes becoming punctured.
Little to no water is needed. Peppermint taste - 2 oz. tin.
PX0102 . . . $ 4.95
HORN COMBS:
Handy
and
authentic for all
periods of reenacting. Combs
are study and
measure from 4" to 5" in length. Most are dark in color but
shades do vary.
MA1211
. . . $ 3.50
AL0712 . . .$ 19.95
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TEDD CASH RIFLE/PISTOL
CAPPER: Styled from an illustration in The Muzzleloading
Caplock Rifle by Ned Roberts. It
is a 3 1/2” oval of either 18 gauge
brass or German silver. Holds approx. 75 percussion caps and holds
the caps in the correct, upright
position. Press the release button on the side of the capper and
gravity feeds a single cap into the
spring steel jaws. Place the cap over the nipple and pull to the side. Has
a handy carrying ring on the back of the capper. NA3905 Brass Reg. $ 29.25
NA3906 Silver Reg. $ 34.75
Special . . . $ 27.50
COLT NAVY FLASK: Has
the Stand of Arms pattern (an
embossed cannon and a stand
of flags). The body is made of
heavy gauge copper with a
brass head and a 24 grain spout.
If a different charge is required
any of the ‘SP’ spouts listed on
the next page will fit the flask’s
head. Made in Italy.
HA0460 Reg. $ 29.95
Special . . . $ 25.00
REMINGTON REVOLVER FLASK: This little flask is primarily used with .44 Remington revolvers; the spout throws 24 grains
of black powder. The 5” flask has a sporting scene of a hunting dog
embossed on its sides, and is illustrated in Ray Riling’s The Powder
Flask Book.
Special . . . $ 32.50
UNIVERSAL UNLOADER – DISCHARGE KIT: New design
now allows you to use just one simple adapter for discharging and
unloading your flintlock, percussion sidehammer, and break-action inline muzzleloaders. Works on flint, #11 or musket nipples, and 209
shotgun primer muzzleloaders. Also use for safety to clear the barrel
and breech between shots to remove any residual sparks or embers,
prior to reloading. New design also makes this tool useful as a blowoff cleaning device by discharging a blast of “air” to easily remove
dirt from tight spots such as your computer keyboard, printed circuit
boards, enclosed areas etc. Kit contains a CO2 dispenser, discharge
nozzle with two tips, one for discharging and inflating, and a smaller
blowoff nozzle, three (3) 16 gram CO2 cartridges, and a convenient
carry pouch.
MT0515 Discharge Kit
. . . $ 39.25
MT4800 CO2 Cartridges – 16 gram . . . $ 5.25/3
SWIVEL HANDLE CLEANING ROD: The rod itself is 43 1/2” long and has a
5” plastic handle which swivels on a ball
bearing. The rod is threaded to accept 8-32
attachments. It is plastic coated steel to protect the bore and also has a nylon muzzle protector. Dixie Gun
Works imprinted on handle. Perfect for muzzleloading or breechloading arms. RP1201 . . . $ 34.50
HA0250 Remington Flask Reg. $ 29.95
SCREWDRIVER SET: Packaged in a crush resistant
polyethylene case. The set
contains one extension, one
midget rachet, one screwdriver handle, 12 slotted
head adapters, 2 phillips
head adapters and one Allen
hex type adapter, eliminating the need for a bench full of standard screwdrivers and insures having the proper tool
the instant you need it. Parallel sided, slotted adapters are constructed of the finest quality
chrome nickel molydenum alloy steel and precision made to insure proper fit and optimum
bite. Standard ball-detents and stops; the extension and handle are equipped with set screws
allowing permanent set-up. The single hex adapter is used for locking individual bits in the
screwdriver extension. These bits have a working torque strength of 200 inch pounds. The
enclosed rachet exceeds torque standards set by military specifications. Unbeatable for close
quarters. Left or right 18 degree working arc. Additional adapters may be purchased from
the manufacturer; list included. USA. . ST0304 Reg. $ 29.50
DELUXE INDIAN BLANKET GUN
CASE: Deluxe case is made from an
Indian blanket, fully lined with a vinyl/
slick cotton type cloth making it more protective and waterproof. The vinyl side is
turned out toward the blanket leaving the
material side next to the gun. Case is 58”
long with 6 1/2” neck tapering to 2 1/2” at
the toe which is leather reinforced about
4 1/2” up. The neck is bound with leather
about 1 5/8” wide and fitted with leather
thong. Machine stitched.
SA5405
. . . $ 27.50
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MT0506
Special . . . $ 25.00
RAMROD PULLER: No more scratched tips or broken ramrods while trying to pull a stuck rod with a pair of pliers. Two
handled ramrod puller is cast of solid bronze with a soft suede
leather lining the jaws. Works great on wood, metal, plastic and
synthetic ramrods. RA0711 . . . $ 25.95
LOADING STAND: For loading blackpowder
revolver cylinders. Allows for easy loading of
the chambers of a cylinder when removed
from gun. Fits all 1851, 1860, 1873 Colts, and
1858 Remingtons. Available for both .36 and
.44 calibers. GA0203 . . . $ 38.95
LAFAYETTE MAINSPRING VISE: Expensive, high quality cased guns of the last
century often included fancy, well made accessories. This vise is an example of that 19th
century artistry and function. The upper and lower jaws swivel allowing mainsprings with
radical curvature to be successfully clamped and compressed for installation. The screw
“key” is wide and flat, comfortable when compressing an unusually strong mainspring.
Special . . . $ 25.00
. . . $ 27.50
B E LT B A G S : Convenient belt
bags for the modern muzzle loading hunter. Just a
compact 6” x 5”
but will hold everything needed for a days hunt with easy access
to the tools needed for that quick second shot.
The short starter has its own slot on the belt loop;
the primer or capper has its own pocket between
the belt loop and the bag. The bag itself is large
enough for those items you shouldn’t leave home without; extra flints, caps,
ramrod puller, patches, balls, cleaning jag, etc. The double bag has an additional
pocket that can hold 5 speedloader tubes with easy access by just lifting the front
pocket. Bags are leather with a brass button and rawhide lace closure for a more
traditional look. Belt loop accepts 3 1/8” belt. Has ring on side for attaching small
tools. PO1408 . . . $ 45.00
BEADED BELT SHEATH: These beautiful, beaded, neck knife sheaths feature colorful beads hand
sewn to a soft, deep brown color, high quality leather covering over a hard rawhide liner. The sheath
has a beadwork band on the face of the sheath with a 4 1/4” strip of beadwork along the
outer edge. Sheath is 7 1/2” long, will accommodate blades up to 6” and the loop on back
will fit belts up to 2” wide. Made in USA.
SL0803 . . . $ 39.95
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C.A. SEYDELL HARMONICA: As close to
authentic Civil War period as we can find. These
are made by C.A. Seydell, the world’s oldest
harmonica maker - since 1847. The “Solist”
harmonica has a beechwood comb (sealed to
protect against moisture and swelling) and screwed reedplates. Each is handmade and
tuned by the human ear! Available in key of C. A soft leather case and polishing cloth is
included. MA1220
Reg. $ 39.95
Special . . . $ 35.00
UNIVERSAL RIFLE
SLING: Sling may be used
on any rifle / shotgun that has
no swivels or other means of attachment for a sling. Leather loop
is slipped over the barrel (does not interfere w/sighting) and the
butt of the gun is slipped into slit on opposite end of strap. One
size works for all guns. Sling is 43” long and is made of 2” jute
and cotton blend webbing with full grain antiqued leather ends.
AL0100 Reg. $ 41.95
Special . . . $ 39.50
SHOTGUN MUZZLE STOPPERS: Heavy
felt stoppers tightly fit inside the bore to keep out
dust and other foreign particles, and to some degree, moisture. Brass, brightly nickel plated with
wooden stoppers covered in heavy felt. A practical
and good looking accessory for both breechloading
and muzzleloading shotguns. Fits 12, 14 & 16 ga. MA1002 . . . $ 35.00
UNIVERSAL GUN CLEANING SYSTEM: Cleaning
rifles, shotguns and pistols with this Universal Gun
Cleaning System is a snap. The V-groove designed
handle ensures a solid grip while cleaning. The
Cleaning System is compatible with most brushes,
swabs and tips on the market. When needed, the
Cleaning System easily converts into a screwdriver
for further cleaning purposes. The speciallydesigned swivel end of the rod easily moves with
any rifling, removing lead, plastic and powder
residue. Made of 304-Stainless steel, this Cleaning
System is durable, convenient and compact for
storage and travel. For use with all firearms.
DA0905 . . . $ 31.25
SALUTE FIELD CANNON: Designed
after the Civil War field cannon. Remember,
this is not a toy - it is a real firing black
powder cannon. Axle, barrel and trail are all
constructed from steel with a matte black
finish. Barrel is .58 caliber smoothbore. Model
is 3” high and 7 1/2” long. Wheels actually
turn. Use black powder only with tissue paper
wadding - no projectiles! Follow instructions
in guidebook. MC1701
Reg. $ 29.95
Special . . . $ 27.50
Happy New Year
HAND FORGED
T O M A H AW K :
Cold rolled steel with
plow share steel forged and wedged into the eye stock. The oval eye is
tapered with a 1° drift - handle can be replaced or tightened with little effort. Tomahawk was especially recreated for match throwing with a strong
15” handle of extra select straight grain white hickory. The “plow share”
is a tough 10-80 steel that will withstand hard throws, yet has enough
temper to hold an edge. 6 oz. head is around 48 Rc hardness. Can be filed
to sharpen. TE1210 . . . $ 47.95
SALUTE GARRISON CANNON:
Carbon steel barrel is 4 1/4” long and
.58 caliber smoothbore. Model height
is 3” with overall length of 5”. Barrel
tilts on its axis. Carriage is a military
grade composite with wheels that turn.
Use black powder only with tissue
paper wadding - no projectiles! Follow
instructions in the guidebook.
MC1702
Reg. $ 29.95
B A S K E T W E AV E
SPORTING FLASK: At
last, an inexpensive flask for
sporting rifles, shotguns and
pistols. The basketweave
pattern is typical of the fancy
patterns found on fine old
original English sporting
flasks. It will hold nearly 1/3
pound of black powder and
has a 24 grain spout. Our
‘SP’ spouts listed elsewhere
will fit this flask, allowing
a wide spectrum of powder
charges for various muzzleloading guns. HA0330 Reg. $ 42.50
Special . . . $ 39.95
Special . . . $ 27.50
MINI PATCH KNIFE W/NECK
SHEATH: Just the ticket for an every-day
carry blade, the “Mini Patch Knife” has a
blade 2 1/8” long, 1” wide. The blade is
made from 5/64”, L6 (saw blade steel),
tempered to 57-59 RC, has a straight back
and sweeping edge. The “pistol grip,” oil
finished, curly maple handle is held to the
tang by brass pins. A pouch style, neck sheath comes with the knife. KE0656
. . . $ 49.95
FORGED CAMP-SITE GUN STAND: This 1/2” squared 35”
upright is used for resting 1 or 2 long rifles. An “S” shaped hook
- laterally attached - allows the guns to rest in opposite directions.
Heavy duty. MA3500 Camp-site Gun Stand . . . $ 24.95
HAND FORGED TRI-POD: Forged from
1/2” heavy duty iron, strong enough to hold
a very large pot. It has three 37” legs shaped
into a 2” diameter ring at top; pointed at ends
for ease of entry into ground. The individual
pieces may also be used as uprights with a
crossbar. MI4400
. . . $ 45.95
LUCKEN BOOTH CHATELAINE: A beautiful accessory piece for “My Lady.” Ladies garments of
the 18th century had no pockets, so the chatelaine served a dual purpose. It was an adornment for clothing
as well as a utilitarian item.The 18th century housewife clipped this accessory to her apron top and items
such as key, scissors, watch, thimbles, etc. hung from the chains. The crowned heart features open Celtic
knot designs filling two heart shapes. The plate is 2 5/8” x 2 1/2” tall (w/belt clip on the back). Four
chains, about 6 1/2” with hooks, hang from this plate. Highest quality pewter. PW3700 . . . $ 46.95
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MOUNTAIN MAN POWDER
HORN: These mostly white horns
will range from 9-12" in length. Each
horn is fitted with a water tight stained
wooden baseplug attached with tiny
brass nails. Plug has brass loop for
attaching the leather thong. Neck is
decoratively carved and includes a
turned wooden stopper. A very high
quality horn.
HA1002
. . . $ 70.50
ENGLISH STYLE SHOT POUCH: English shot
pouch with brass, spring lever charger. Adjustable
spout throws 75-85 grains of powder or 1 1/4 or
1 1/2 oz. of birdshot. Shotguns use the same volume of powder to shot. 11” long, made of soft suede
leather. OA0601 $ 82.50
IRISH STYLE SHOT POUCH: Irish shot pouch
with brass, spring loaded, removable scoop shot
charger. When charger is thrust home into cylinder,
it pushes cut-off aside to fill charger. As it is withdrawn, the cut-off slides into place measuring the correct charge. May also be used for
powder. Adj. charger throws 70, 80 or 90 grain of powder or 1, 1 1/4, or 1 1/2 oz. of birdshot. Soft sueded leather, 11” long. FL0701 . . . $ 82.50
FRINGED RIFLE CASE: Heavy
but soft suede leather completely
protects black powder muskets,
buffalo guns, single shot rifles, etc.
Cases come in varying shades of
brown, double machine stitched
with flap-over butt with thong tie.
These are offered in 53" and 60"
lengths.
SA4530 53" length . . . $ 60.50
SA4534 60" length . . . $ 61.25
CAMP CHAIR: A heavy duty camp chair with frame about
3/4” thick and slats about 5/8”. The slatted chair sets about
12” from the ground. The back is 18” wide x 20 1/2” tall
and the seat is 18” wide x 13” deep. Adequate support for
both back and bottom. For added strength, it is put together
with wood screws which are slightly recessed to keep from
snagging clothing. Screw holes are pegged with frame and
slat edges being rounded. Unfinished poplar, but smooth with
no ragged edges. Easily stored or transported; seat slips out
of the slot in the back and a slat across the outside forms a
pocket to accept the seat. In this position, the chair measures
about 5 1/2” tall, 18” wide and 4” deep.
MA0700 . . . $ 89.95
PA C K B A S K E T: Originally designed and
used for carrying large
amounts of heavy steel
traps, but these packs
are ideal for packing all
sorts of personal gear.
Large basket is 22" tall; made of hand woven ash
for strength and long life.
A solid bottom displaces downward weight.
Comes with adjustable
heavy-duty nylon carrying straps and leather
hand strap ideal for moving heavy loaded basket
short distances or for
hanging in storage. Properly cared for should last
years. Smaller basket
is 15" tall with 7 1/2"
x 9 1/2" solid bottom;
same strap configuration.
(Photograph of small basket is not to scale!)
OA0810 Pack Basket - Large ..................................................$ 59.95
OA0690 Pack Basket - Small...................................................$ 47.95
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POOR BOY TRADE
PRIMING HORN:
Made with mostly
white horns. These are
fitted with a beautifully
stained, water tight
wooden baseplug with
brass wire for attaching
the carry thong. Plugs are
held in place by tiny brass
nails. Has turned wooden
stopper. Very well made.
HA1003 . . . $ 50.50
POOR BOY TRADE
HORN: Horns are same
as above, only larger averaging from 9-12".
Highly polished, these are available in mostly white or stained a medium brown. Each
is fitted with a water tight wooden baseplug and a turned wooden stopper. Leather
thong is included.
HA1004 White . . . $ 50.50
HA1005 Stained . . . $ 54.50
MILITARY/
C A V A L R Y
C O M P A S S :
Originally designed
for use by the
military, but also a
favorite of hunters,
timber crusers and
surveyors for over
130 years. The box is
top grade mahogany,
needle is jeweled
and balanced plus an
internal arm lifts the
needle off the pin when the box is closed. The
degree ring is graduated to one degree. Size is
3 1/2” square by 1 1/2” thick and weight is just
under 7 oz. Made entirely in the use, carefully
assembled by hand. MI1202 . . . $ 59.95
SMALL CAMP TABLE: Table top is 15 1/2" x 20", ample space for
many uses. It stands 23 1/2" tall; can be made to a maximum height of
26". When folding table out, leave a 6 1/2" gap in center; gap can be filled
with a precut wooden slat, adding another 2 1/2" to the height. Made
from pine, all joints screwed, countersunk, glued and filled. Unfinished. Hint: Table makes an excellent base for doing dishes. After dishes are
done, use slatted top as a drying rack. Folds flat with a carrying handle.
MI0960 Small Camp Table...................................................$ 65.00
FOLDING CAMP STOOL: Stool stands 15 1/2" tall and seat measures
13 1/2" x 16 1/2". Turned over, the legs can be used as a water keg stand.
Folds flat with handy carrying handle. Made of poplar. MI0950 Folding Camp Stool ...............................................$ 55.00
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NEW STYLE DIXIE HUNTER: An up-to-date, custom designed and made hunting knife,
the new Dixie Hunter is great! With a 4” hollow ground, high carbon, steel blade, this little
knife will fit most hunter’s needs. The curly maple handle is pinned to the full tang as well
as being sealed and bonded with epoxy. There is an
opening at the end of the tang for a lanyard should one
be desired. Overall length is 8”. This knife pattern is a
down sized version of the “Nessmuk” knife originally
designed by George Washington Sears. Sears, better
known as “Nessmuk” was one of the earliest light weight
canoe and back packers in the Adirondacks during the
1880s. Made one-at-a-time in the USA. Leather sheath
is included. KE2700
. . . $ 73.95
SL4507 Beaded Knife Sheath Happy New Year
BEADED
KNIFE
SHEATH: A really nice
handmade item dating
from the frontier period
of 1840. The rawhide body is covered with hand
stitched, tanned antelope or deer skin. All beadwork you see in the picture is done by hand and
the designs and colors will vary. Leather thongs
are attached for tying the sheath to your belt.
Sheath is 3 1/2" at the throat, 10 1/2" in length.
High quality, one you'll be proud to wear.
$ 89.95
PATCH KNIFE w/NECK SHEATH: A very delicate looking BUT
sturdy patch knife. The Roe deer antler is fitted to a 3 1/4" blade of 1095
high carbon steel. Blade is cleverly finished with a smooth “antiqued”
look. Knife is 5 5/8" overall. Sheath is made from 1/8" thick leather
with decorative tooling along the stitched edge. Neck thong attached.
KE7306
. . . $ 79.95
KE4812 Brass . . . $ 89.95
KE4813 Silver . . . $ 89.95
TE1310 Shawnee Hawk $ 63.95
CONFEDERATE BOWIE KNIFE KIT: Components
are shown with an original Confederate Bowie, almost a
mirror image of one illustrated on page 79 of Civil War
Knives. The large S-shaped guard is 4 1/2” long, 1/4” wide
at its widest part. It has a slot 3/16” wide and 1 1/8” long.
The ferrule is 1 1/8” in dia., 1 1/2” long. It also has a slot
3/16” wide and 1 1/8” long. The tang must be ground or
filed narrower to fit. The guard and ferrule are castings
and may be polished or left as-is for that antique look.
Kit includes blade (our E. Christopher blade KE5705),
guard, ferrule, walnut handles and cutler’s rivets. Nickel
silver or brass.
SHAWNEE HAWK: Cold rolled steel with plow share
steel forged and wedged into the eye stock. The oval eye
is tapered with a 1° drift considered a must for throwing
hawks since the handle can be replaced or tightened
with little effort. 19” handle of extra select straight grain
white hickory. The “plow share” is a tough 10-80 steel
that will withstand hard throws, yet has enough temper
to hold an edge. Heads are maintained around 48 Rc
hardness. Can be filed to sharpen.
TRADITIONS UNIVERSAL
SCOPE
KIT: Silver Hunter Series. Included in this kit
is a Traditions™ 3-9X40
black scope, plus matching Weaver® Style rings
and bases for the four
major muzzleloading manufacturers. Tube is one piece construction, nitrogen filled. Multicoated lenses, circle reticle, 3.5” eye relief, 41’ field of view
at 3X and 15’ at 9X. Fog proof, waterproof & shock proof. Screws are
provided for each set of bases.
TR1143 Universal Scope Kit.................................................$ 78.95
CONFEDERATE D-GUARD BOWIE KNIFE: An interesting example of a Confederate D-guard Bowie with a 10” clip point blade.
Stamped “C.S.A.” on one side of the blade near the guard in a 1”
square. On the other side at the same spot, also in a 1” square, are eleven 4-point stars representing the eleven Confederate states. Stamped
“INDIA” on the top of blade near the guard. Solid wood grip and solid
brass D-guard, all held together with a large brass screw through the
hilt. The heavy russet leather scabbard is well made. It is 16” overall
with provision for blade of 10 1/2” and a belt loop that will accept a
4” belt. There are brads at the top of each seam and the handle of the
knife is held tight against the belt loop with a leather strap fastened
with a modern snap. This feature could be replaced with little effort. KE0248 . . . $ 69.95
ENGLISH HUNTING BAG: Built strictly for
the hunter who wants a full featured, traditional
pouch. Made from brown, oil-tanned top grain
leather for a beautiful appearance and weather
resistant finish. End seams are finished contrasting brown, scalloped leather to impart a rich,
custom look. Short starter loop is sewn to both
ends of the bag so it can be
worn on either side. The scalloped, square cut fly
is secured with a lace and pewter button. The 8”
x 5” bag features a unique pleated gusset. Inside
the pouch are three loops for carrying speed
loaders plus a full-length pocket for tools, cleaning patches, etc. The 1 3/4” wide adjustable strap attaches to the bag with
two solid brass rings and features two small pockets sewn onto it which will accommodate up to a 200-grain powder
measure and a straight-line capper. Strap can be removed and bag can be used as a belt bag with the integral belt loop.
PO1400 English Hunting Bag...............................................$ 74.95
FRONTIERSMAN CROSS BAG: A beautiful variation of the classic beavertail bag - a medium sized bag, 7” x 9”
with a 2” gusset. It has an inner hanging pocket and a full width outer pocket on front. The flap is double thickness with a
striking Cross of Lorraine piercing that is backed with red wool. Edges of the flap are trimmed with contrasting scalloped
leather for a distinctive and custom appearance. Constructed
of oil-tanned brown leather. Adjustable strap is 1 3/4” wide
with a solid brass buckle.
PO0416 Frontiersman Cross Bag $ 83.50
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4-GUN RACK: This solid oak rack
mounts to the wall on 16” center
studs using four screws. A great
display that excels at displaying
longer than usual firearms and holds
double barrel shotguns comfortably.
Rack also features separate locking
storage compartment, tamper
resistant lock bar and includes
screws and 8 strips of felt to protect
gun finish. 29 7/8” high x 24” wide x 5 1/2” deep. SA0830
FUR HATS: Around 1755, early in
the fur trade through Pennsylvania
and Ohio, Pitt’s Landing (or Ft.
Pitt) was settled at the confluence
of the Monongahela and Allegheny
Rivers. The settlement was later called Pittsburgh; it is at this juncture that
the Ohio River forms. Furs were traded down the river to Cincinnati where
a thriving fur market developed during the latter part of the 18th century.
That trade exists there today.
Each hat is made of two professionally tanned hides; it has a flat crown
and straight sides with the appropriate tail attached at the back. The animal’s face has also been tanned and
attached to the front of the fur hat. Each hat is lined in quilted cotton; available in one size only (large, 7 1/4”
to 7 1/2”), but the lining can be sized to fit.
MG4302 Coonskin Cap . . .$ 110.00
MG4202 Red Fox . . . $ 110.00
MG4201 Skunkskin Cap . .$ 110.00
MG4301 Gray Fox . . . $ 110.00
. . . $ 119.95
FREE TRAPPER HAT: This authentically styled hat can be documented
by closely inspecting western art work by Remington and Russell. Many
of their subjects wore this style hat. This particular hat is hand sewn with a
quilted cotton lining and a genuine leather brim. One size only (large) but the
lining can be sized to fit. Available in beaver. HT5100 . . . $ 110.00
FANCY DOUBLE SHOOTER’S BAG:
Historically accurate - providing tons of room
for both shotgunners or those on the Long
Hunt. A decoratively scalloped beavertail
flap covers both large compartments, each
approx. 8” x 10”. Two inner pockets in the rear section and an outside
pocket under the flap allow quick access to ac accessories. Bags are made
from supple, oil-tanned dark brown cowhide an have an extra-long, wide
adjustable strap with brass buckle. Scalloped leather seam bindings and
a handsome pewter flap concho add style. A handy patch knife sheath is
sewn to the front side of the rear pouch.
PO7820 Fancy Double Bag . . . $ 110.00
LEWIS & CLARK COMPASS: A
reproduction of the Whitney compass
that was used by Meriwether Lewis
during the mapping of the Louisiana
Purchase. It is one of the few pieces to
have survived the journey and was later
purchased by William Clark. The box is
solid mahogony, all fittings are solid brass.
The degree ring is hand silvered for the flat
finish all surveying instruments have to
reduce glare. The needle, as in the original,
has a nicely turned and jeweled brass hub
for the best movement. Manufactured
and assembled in America by the Ames
Instrument Company. MI1409 . . . .$ 120.00
OLD IRONSIDES MINI CANNON: British guns proved no match for the
deck guns of the U.S.S. Constitution. This
replica features authentically styled naval carriage
and barrel. The 9” smoothbore nickeled barrel is .50
caliber with recommended round ball diameter of
.490. Overall length is 11 1/2”, height 4” with wheel
diameter is 2 1/8”. Weight is 3 lbs. 14 oz.
MC0205 Reg. $ 249.00 Special . . . $ 225.00
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David Wright
Limited Edition Prints
NO TIME TO LINGER
1100 S/N - 21" x 26"
PT3005 - $ 125.00
THE GUARDIAN
1400 S/N - 25" x 15"
PT3015 - $ 125.00
OLD JACK
Stonewall Jackson at
Second Manassas
August 1862
1200 S/N - 22 1/8" x 28 1/4"
PT3030 - $ 150.00
STUART AND MOSBY
Virginia - Fall 1862
1200 S/N - 25" x 17 1/2"
PT3027 - $ 150.00
NAPOLEON CANNON: Detailed scale models of the originals, these sophisticated shooting cannons are not only popular
with muzzleloading enthusiasts
but are decorative pieces of
furniture for home or office.
Nickel plated with dished wood
wheels; extremely high quality...
beautiful!
THOMAS HEATH SUNDIAL: Beautiful & functional!
This is a reproduction of the original design from the
1750s. It is made of solid brass, measures 2 3/4” x 3 5/8”
and weighs a hefty 7 oz. Made in the USA by the Ames
Instrument Company. MI0216
. . . $ 124.95
LARGE CANNON: .69 caliber
smoothbore. Barrel - 14 1/2”;
overall length - 26 1/4”; height 12 1/4”; wheel dia. - 11 1/2”; weight - 18 lbs.; ball diameter - .680.
MC0615 Large Napoleon Cannon
Reg. $ 749.00
Special . . . $ 725.00
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Happy New Year
SHOOTER’S COMPANION CASE: Transport all your
ammo, rangefinders, maintenance tools and firearm accessories conveniently and securely. Case is crafted from the finest
hardwoods and veneers, sure to last as long as your prized firearm collection. American red oak construction with tongue & groove joinery and steel furniture. Hardwood design
provides protection from moisture. Hand rubbed stain with lacquer finish, polished chrome plated hardware and
rubber bumper feet – non-marring. Brown felt-lined interior provides cushioning. Overall dimensions: 19”w x 9
¼”d x 9 ¼”h; full depth topwell is 18”w x 3”d x 8”h and will accommodate 12 oz spray cans. The tray side topwell
is 18”w x 4”d x 4 ¼”h with the drawer being 17 ½”w x 4 1/8”d x 2 ½”h. Comes with gun forks. Padded leather
top carrying handle. Shipped directly from the manufacturer – allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. AC8000
. . . $ 250.00
BLACK POWDER CARTRIDGE RANGE BOX: Handmade of 1/2" seasoned oak; box and lid finger
joined along the front and back corners. Stained inside
and out in a rich cinnamon brown. Solid brass fittings and
a heavy duty handle on top. Compartmentalized lid with
sliding covers. Inside, there is a removable open tray.
The bottom of the box will hold two cartridge boards of
100 rounds. Removable leather-lined gun cleaning rests
fit into slots to rise above each end of the box facilitating gun cleaning. 20" x 10" x 11 1/8". Made in Montana.
AC0750 . . . $ 575.00
“THE FIRST BOWIE
KNIFE was made by myself...The length of the blade
was 9 1/4”, its width 1 1/2",
single edged and blade not
curved.” These words were
written by Rezin P. Bowie,
brother of James Bowie,
in 1838. Rezin had several
Bowies made for presentation purposes; one of these
knives, made by Daniel
Searles of Baton Rouge, La., is on display in the Alamo Museum in San Antonio. The DGW Bowie
has many features of the Searles knife; a 1/4" high carbon steel blade, "single edged... not curved," 9
1/4" long, 1 1/2" wide, hardened to 57-59 Rc with a hand rubbed satin finish. A silver plate inlaid into
the back of the blade just ahead of the guard (exactly like the Searles knife) has “Dixie Gun Works”
engraved in script where Daniel Searles put his name. The handle is dense, black, African ebony with
an oval silver escutcheon on each side. Guard and butt are silver plated brass. Each knife includes
a top quality, heavy black leather sheath with white stitching and laced belt loop. These knives are
hand made in Italy EXCLUSIVELY for Dixie Gun Works and represent the very best in old world
craftsmanship. Overall length 15 1/2", weight 18 oz. KE6701 . . . $ 295.00
PIPE HAWK: From the
days of trade between the
French fur trappers and
the American Indians.
Reproduced from a
museum piece, hawk is fully
functional both as a hatchet
and a pipe, with a steel
blade, bowl and mouthpiece.
As the original, a reaming
pin (for clearing the smoke passage) is concealed in the head of the end of the shaft. Blade is 2 1/4”; 18 1/4” o/a. TE3506 . . . $ 109.00
BRASS TUBE TELESCOPIC SIGHT: High
quality brass tube scope,
3/4” in diameter, 4x- 15mm
objective lens, 3” eye relief.
Fully coated optics for a
sharp view. Brass screw caps on each end protects lenses. Includes unpolished, flat-bottomed brass
mounts (for octagon barrels), allows elevation adjustment at the rear with windage adjustment on front
mount. Round barrels require the bottoms of the mounts to be made concave, or flat spots made on
the barrel. Each mount requires (2) blind 6 x 48 standard American holes to be drilled and tapped into the barrel. Screws included.
EP0006 Brass Scope - 18 1/2” long . . . $ 350.00
DELUXE SHOOTER’S BOX: This
spacious shooter’s box is made from
poplar wood and is 11” tall, 15” wide
and 9” deep. The top opens back for
the front panel to drop down revealing
a 7” x 7” x 1” deep lift-out tray on the
right and a 7” x 7” x 1 1/2” section on
the left side that is partitioned into 3 areas. The open area
under the lift out tray allows ample room for your favorite
powder cans to stand up with plenty storage space for
other “stuff.” Left side has two 7” x 5 1/2” x 1 1/2” (deep)
slide out open trays for additional storage. Brass hardware
includes a carry handle and four corner protectors on the
lid, two hinges and a hasp on which you may install a
lock. Box is situated on two 3/4” tall poplar runners; wood
is finished in a very light brown color. A very attractive,
durable and well designed case for shooters.
AC2001 . . . $ 175.00
GUN CARE TOOL SET: Contains
a set of eight hand assembled and
custom hollow-ground screwdrivers,
set of eight brass pin punches and a
solid eight ounce brass hammer. The
screwdrivers square-shanked blades
are hardened and tempered to R/C
52-56 and guaranteed not to twist or
chip. Handles are turned from quality
Maine hardwood and protected with
a smooth finish. The punches are
an absolute must when working in
a no mar, no spark situation. Sizes
range from 1/16” to 5/16”. Each is
machined from quality 5/16” solid brass hex stock and beautifully polished. The hammer is made
specifically for the gun trade. Brass head is machine turned from quality 360 brass and hand
polished. Hickory handle is driven into the finished brass head and securely brass pinned. All of
this is securely fitted into a custom designed 12” x 9” x 1 1/2” zippered case made from durable
soft Nukaf. Made in the USA. TO1001 . . . $ 125.00
FRENCH
&
I N D I A N WA R
SCRIMSHAWED
POWDER HORN:
Mr. Yosef Trilling,
who does our Lewis
& Clark powder
horns has designed
a horn based on the
French & Indian War.
(contn. on pg. 280)
This high quality
scrimshawed horn
portrays a diagram
of Fort Pitt over a
skyline of New York
on one side — the other having a King George coat of arms over a traditionally dressed soldier
of the era. The horn features a wooden base with a brass plug. It’s length varies slightly but
average is about 12”. Comes with
leather strap. Very good quality and
workmanship.
HA1030 . . . $ 250.00
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LYMAN GREAT PLAINS RIFLE & KIT
FR0106 .50 cal. Flint
Reg. $ 592.00
Special . . . $ 550.00
STOCK Halfstock • European walnut • Satin finish • 33” length • 3 1/2” drop • 14” trigger pull
BARREL Blued • 32” • Octagon - 15/16” flats • Cut rifling .010” deep • 1-60” twist • 5 lands & 5 grooves • Front sight - .350 dovetail, blued steel
base & blade • Rear sight - .350” dovetail, blued steel, buckhorn style adjustable for elevation
.50 caliber • Lands - .500 & Grooves - .520 • • • .54 caliber • Lands - .540 & Grooves - .560
IGNITION Flintlock - 3/4" size flints • Percussion - #11 size caps
FEATURES Blued steel furniture • Color casehardened lock • Double set/double phase triggers • 49” overall • .50 caliber - 9 1/4 lbs. • .54 caliber - 9 lbs.
ACCESSORIES 3/8” hardwood ramrod w/brass tips - 10 x 32 thread • Nipple 6mm x .75 (#NP1018-steel)
LOAD .50 caliber • 70 gr. FFg • .490 round ball • .015 patch • • • .54 caliber • 80 gr. FFg • .530 round ball • .015 patch
MFG. Investarms / Italy
KIT
Color casehardened lock • Skill level 1
PR0102 .50 cal. Perc. Reg. $ 552.00
PR0680 .54 cal. Perc. Reg. $ 552.00
Special . . . $ 519.95
Special . . . $ 519.95
PK0682 Kit - .50 cal. Perc. Reg. $ 440.00
PK0684 Kit - .54 cal. Perc. Reg. $ 440.00
TRADITIONS TRACKER REDI-PAK™: A great
way to get started quickly into the sport of muzzleloading. Redi-Paks™ include not only the rifle, but all
the essentials for shooting, loading and cleaning accessories to get you in the field…FAST such as bullets,
retractable nipple pick, fast loaders, bullet seater, capper, EZ Clean Spray Solvent, Wonder Lube 1000 Plus,
cleaning patches, capper, brass cleaning jag, brushes
and breechplug wrench. An instructional video is included to show you all about your new muzzleloader
and how to use it a well as a printed owner’s manual.
All Redi-Paks™ carry the Traditions lifetime warranty. DOES NOT include caps, primers or powder.
TRADITIONS CIVIL WAR REVOLVER OUTFITS
Two outfits available — 1851 Navy revolver (brass frame,
.44 caliber) and 1858 Remington Army revolver (brass frame,
.44 caliber). These pre-packaged outfits provide everything the
shooter needs to make getting started easy and fun. Each kit
includes all necessary accessories for loading, shooting and
cleaning, except for powder and caps. Each outfit includes
revolver, round balls, capper, powder measure, nipple wrench,
flask, Grease Patch, patch holder, cleaning brush, cleaning patches, cleaning rod and solvent.
AC1851 1851 Rev. Outfit
. . $ 257.50
. . $ 295.00
AC1858 1858 Rev. Outfit
TRADITIONS
BUCK STALKER
REDI-PAK™: A great
way to get started quickly
into the sport of muzzleloading. Redi-Paks™ include not only the rifle, but
all the essentials for shooting, loading and cleaning
accessories to get you in
the field…FAST such as
bullets, retractable nipple pick, fast loaders, bullet seater, capper, EZ Clean
Spray Solvent, Wonder Lube 1000 Plus, cleaning patches, capper, brass
cleaning jag, brushes and breechplug wrench. An instructional video is included to show you all about your new muzzleloader and how to use it as
well as a printed owner’s manual. All Redi-Paks™ carry the Traditions
lifetime warranty. DOES NOT include caps, primers or powder.
STOCK
BARREL
IGNITION
FEATURES
ACCESSORIES
LOAD
MFG.
Halfstock • Synthetic (Black) Monte Carlo style
.50 caliber • Blued • 24” • 1-28” twist •
Tru-Glo® Fiber Optic Sights
Percussion • 209 Shotgun Primer
Alloy frame • Drilled & tapped for scope •
ling swivel studs
Aluminum ramrod
100 gr. FFg (or) 2- .50 gr. Pellets • .50 cal. Sabot
Traditions / Spain
. . . $ 212.00
Buck Stalker w/Scope Redi-Pak™ . . . $ 265.00
PR0793 Buck Stalker Redi-Pak™
PR0797
PR0752 Tracker 209 Redi-Pak™ .
PR0756
PR0765 Frontier Rifle, Perc.
. . $ 195.00
Tracker 209 w/Scope Redi-Pak™ . . . $ 250.00
Reg. $ 332.00
Special . . . $ 325.00
TRADITIONS FRONTIER RIFLE & KIT
STOCK BARREL IGNITION FEATURES ACCESSORIES LOAD MFG. KIT
Halflstock • Select hardwood • Satin finish • 25 1/2” length • 2 1/4” drop • 13 1/2” trigger pull
.50 caliber • Blued • 28” • Octagon - 15/16” flats • Button rifled .007" deep • 1-48” twist • 8 lands
- .500 & 8 grooves - .514 • Front sight - .350” dovetail, blued steel base w/brass blade • Rear
sight - .350 dovetail, blued steel, semi-buckhorn, open style w/push elevator
Flintlock - 5/8" size flints • Percussion - #11 size caps
Brass furniture includes buttplate, toeplate, triggerguard, nosecap, thimbles and sidelock screw
washers • Color casehardened lock w/engraved plate • Double set triggers • 43” overall • 7 lbs.
.350 brown synthetic ramrod w/brass tip - 10 x 32 thread • Vent - 5mm x .8 (AC1045) • Nipple
- 6mm x 1 (NP1017-stainless)
65 gr. FFg • .490 round ball • .015 patch
Spain
Barrel left white • Skill level 1
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Special . . . $ 425.00
Special . . . $ 425.00
PK0784 Frontier Rifle Kit, Perc.
Reg. $ 282.75
FK0780 Frontier Rifle Kit, Flint
Reg. $ 338.75
Special . . . $ 175.00
Special . . . $ 295.00
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BO0545 FLAYDERMAN’S
GUIDE TO ANTIQUE
AMERICAN FIREARMS
...and their values — 9th
EDITION
by Norm Flayderman
• New & Updated Listings: More than any previous edition
• Over 4,000 antique American
firearm models and variants
extensively described with all
marks and specifications necessary for quick identification. • Full information on how to assess values
based on demand, rarity and condition. • Over 1,700
large-scale photographs accompany model descriptions
for convenient identification. • An easily understood
organization, a standardized numbering system, extensive cross-referencing and a comprehensive index.
• Histories of the makers with dates and locations of
manufacture and quantities manufactured. • A review
of the ever-changing collecting and buying patterns,
which have resulted in a volatile present-day collecting
market. Soft cover, 8 1/2 x 11, 669 pgs. Reg. $ 39.95
SPECIAL . . . $ 32.50
BO1888 RIFLES OF THE U.S.
ARMY 1861-1906 by John D.
McAulay
Over 40 rifles covered.
When possible, actual serial
numbers and other exciting
details have been included.
Covers the Civil War, the Indian
Wars, the Spanish-American
War, the Philippine Insurrection
and more...with an impressive
number of historical photos showing these rifles in the
hands of the men who fought with them. 8 1/2” x 11”,
hb, 280 pages. Over 360 photos/illus. . . . $ 47.95
BO2005 AMERICAN GUNSMITHS by Frank M. Sellers
2nd Edition, originally published in 1983. Includes over
20,000 listings of individual
manufacturers,
trademarks,
gunsmiths, and other trade
names; addresses, patents, gusmith specialties, and pertinent
dates, including birth and death,
are included on most listings;
alphabetized by last name and also includes hundreds
of initials referring to many listings. When possible, a
title has been provided at the end, allowing for additional research/information. Soft cover,
8 1/2 x 11, 384 pages. . . . $ 29.95
BO1082 BLUE BOOK OF GUN VALUES – New 32nd Edition
by S.P. Fjestad
The pricing Bible for firearms industry
– antique & modern firearms. It uses the
percentage grading system to accurately
determine each gun’s value based on
its unique condition. Prices are revised
annually and reflect the most comprehensive, accurate, and up-to-date information available. Includes pricing and detailed technical information on domestic, foreign and military guns. Soft cover,
6 x 9, 2,384 pages. THE COMPLETE CIVIL
WAR ROAD TRIP GUIDE
by Michael Weeks
The definitie guidebook for
Civil War - the first to highlight every major capaign of the Civil War. All 444 sites are documented,
helping travelers better understand this period in
American history and the landmarks that remain.
Soft cover, 6 x 9, 504 pages, illustrated. . . . $ 49.95
SI8238
BO1650 COWBOYS & THE TRAPPINGS OF THE OLD WEST by William Manns & Elizabeth Clair Flood
A pictorial celebration of the colorful
story and history of the old time buckaroo. His life on the range is traced from
the frontier trail drives to the Wild West
show arena and on to Hollywood. This
exceptional book presents his saddles,
chaps, spurs and other tools of the trade
in a comprehensive tribute to the makers. Cowgirls and calico
queens are included with their stories explored from ranchhand days to recognition as Wild West show performers and
rodeo stars. The history of the craftsmen and the evolution of
the gear are lavishly illustrated - over 550 photos including
100 historic images. Deluxe hb ed. w/dj.,
9 x 12, 224 pgs. Happy New Year
. . . $ 45.00
BO2032 POWDER HORNS FABRICATION & DECORATION by
Jim Stevens
Learn to create beautiful, functional powder horns. 275 color photos
illustrate working, shaping, decorating, and finishing techniques. Historic
and modern tools and equipment are
introduced for inlays, engrailing, and
scrimshaw. Leather strap weaving and
braiding methods re also provided for
carrying the finished horn in an authentic manner For inspiration, a photo gallery shows finished powder horns and a
contact list includes the artists featured. Beautiful illustrations. Soft cover, 8 ½ x 11, 176 pages. . . . $ 29.99
BO1910 A STUDY OF THE COLT SINGLE
ACTION ARMY by Ron Graham, John A.
Kopec and C. Kenneth Moore
The Colt Single Action Army revolver
introduced in 1873 to the public has been,
is and undoubtedly will always remain the
most popular pistol ever designed. Superbly
illustrated and well documented — this
study is a composite of three separate
sections which has necessitated some
duplication of information, although in
most cases it is approached from different
perspectives. The three sections include
Part I - Civilian Colt Single Action Army
Revolvers; Part II - The U.S. Cavalry
Models and Part III - Colt Single Action
Army Revolvers in the U.S. Services.
Includes hundreds of b&w photographs
from start to finish; factory records
including inspection certificates; Ordnance records and contracts
and much more. Reprint - first published in 1976. 8 1/2 x 11, hb,
523 pages. . . . $ 129.95
. . . $ 19.95
BO1851 DON TROIANI’S REGIMENTS
AND UNIFORMS OF THE CIVIL WAR
by Don Troiani, Earl J. Coates & Michael
J. McAfee
Don Troiani, the artist universally acclaimed
for the accuracy, drama, and sensitivity of his
depictions of America’s past, turns his brush to
one of the most colorful and captivating aspects
of Civil War history: the individual units that
earned their reputations on the battlefield
and the distinctive uniforms they wore. In
addition to 130 paintings of battle scenes and
individual figures, the book also includes more
than 250 full-color photographs of the uniforms the soldiers wore and
the accouterments they carried. One of the most comprehensive books
on Civil War uniforms ever published. Hb w/dj., 9 x 12, 256 pgs w/130
paintings & 250 color photos.
. . . $ 59.95
BO2033 LEWIS & CLARK TAILOR
MADE, TRAIL WORN – Army Life,
Clothing, & Weapons of the Corps of Discovery by Robert J. Moore, Jr. & Michael
Haynes
This wonderfully illustrated and immense
book explores the clothing and accouterments
of Lewis & Clark during their three year expedition into the North American unknown.
Used are numerous sources from military
records and historic drawings to original notes and personal effects inventories of the time to vividly show how formal military dress began to
give way to the leather garments that we now associate with the Corps of
Discovery. HB w/dj, 10 ½ x 10, 288 pages. . . . $ 39.95
BO1363 PACKING IRON - Gunleather of the Frontier West
by Richard C. Rattenbury
The Old West was won with a multitude of firearms,
from single-shot pistols and Colt revolvers to Plains rifles
and Winchester repeaters. The variety of military and civilian gunleather that housed this romantic array of weaponry is
colorfully illustrated and explained in over 300 exciting color
photographs and nearly 100 rare historic images. Completely
and accurately described are the holsters, gunbelts, saddle
scabbards and other equipment which made the carrying and
wearing of firearms practical. The extensive, entertaining,
fact-filled text provides a fascinating history of the evolution and style of western gunleather — an important facet of our frontier heritage as seen through the eyes of Richard
Rattenbury, Curator of History at the National Cowboy Hall of Fame. Deluxe hard cover
edition w/dj, 216 pgs, 9 1/4 x 11 3/4. ...$
45.00
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MU0353
2ND SOUTH CAROLINA STRING BAND: A recreation of a Civil War camp
band. Three collections of songs and melodies, well known to troops on both sides,
are played on authentic instruments of the period and presented with a unique and
individual spirit. Available in CD only.
CLASSIC KENT
COURTNEY: A treasury of delightful Irish,
Scottish and Sea Shanty
songs including all of the
material from the Classic
Roll, Alabama, Roll and
Shenandoah releases that
helped to make historian and singer Kent Courtney
popular for his unique approach to folk music. Great
music from the 1500s to the 1800s. Other selections
include Sally Brown, The Great Silkie, Santy Ana and
Leave Her Johnny. CD only. Aprox. 1 hour.
. . . $ 16.00
SOUTHERN SOLDIER - Includes Ol’ Dan Tucker, Boatman’s Dance, Zip Coon,
John Brown’s March, Palmetto Quickstep, Dixie’s Land, among the nineteen tunes. MU0358
HARD ROAD - Selections such as Tenting on the Old Camp Ground, When Johnny
Comes Marching Home, Buffalo Gals, Bonnie Blue Flag, Goober Peas, Cumberland
Gap, Lorena and The Vacant Chair; total of 20 songs. MU0359
HIGH COTTON - Includes Lynchburg Town, Swanee River, Liza Jane, Road to
Boston, De Blue Tail Fly, Cripple Creek, Old Joe Clarke, Old Rosin the Beau, Glendy
Burke, The White Cockade; 25 tunes. MU0360
$ 15.95 each - Buy ALL 3 . . . $ 39.95
(SS4174)
HOMESPUN SONGS: These are the actual songs sung by
soldiers on both sides, accompanied by instruments of the time,
played in the style and manner of the 1860s. Bobby Horton of
Birmingham, Alabama, has gone to a great deal of trouble to
recapture the spirit and meaning of these tunes. Instruments include a banjo, played “double knocking” style, made in 1880; a
fiddle made in Austria in 1795 and a cornet once played by a man
named Murtz in a Yankee regimental band. Other instruments
are: guitar, drum, dulcimer and piano. Vocal. Compact disc.
Homespun Songs of Faith
MU0329 Volume 1 . . . $
15.00
MU0366 Volume 2
...$
BRAIN TANNING with Paul Dinsmore: Originally
produced as an exacting documentary of 18th century
leather tanning techniques used in a primitive camp environment. Method is the same as currently used by Paul
Dinsmore with the exception that he has adapted modern technology for efficiency
in volume production. Step-by-step instruction with many “time-saving” tips. Avery
informative “how-to” video plus a bonus...relaxing period music and a short trip
through some beautiful hunting country. Aprx. 50 min.DVD.
15.00
BASIC BLACKSMITHING: The first of three one-hour programs featuring Hershel House. Covers shop layout, tools and properly controlling the
fire in a small shop forge. Demonstrated blacksmithing techniques include
drawing out, upsetting, hot cuts, punches, tempering, bending, forge welding, brazing and hot filing. Projects covered are a turning fork, a turner (spatula), a ladle, firestriker, a backwoods knife, a rifle triggerguard and buttplate.
Parts 2 (apx. 90 min.) and 3 cover more advanced techniques. All on DVD.
DV0007 Part 1, 2 or 3 . . . $ 29.95 each
Homespun Songs of the Christmas Season
SS4006
Cassette
. . . 8.95
SONGS OF THE SEVENTH CAVALRY: 12 military/popular songs from
the Custer Era (1860-1876) that reflect
important moments in the American legend and spirit. All the tunes
were once played or sung by members of the Seventh Cavalry. Debi
Rogers on lead vocals. Includes such standards as When Johnny Comes
Marching Home, Shenandoah-Across the Wide Missouri, Arkansas
Traveler, Annie Laurie and others. MU0094 CD only
. . . $ 15.95
KNIFEMAKING WITH WILLIAM WHITE: This very informative 70 minute color production features bladesmith William “Cousin
Willie” White of Woodbury, Kentucky, as he demonstrates how to make a knife in a
forge. White explains in every day terms the steps he uses as he forges a knife from a
piece of flat stock steel, in this instance a piece of automobile leaf spring. Using mostly
hand tools, an ordinary bench grinder and a hand-held electric drill as his only “machines,” he shows exactly how to heat and shape the blade with a forge, hammer and
anvil. The next steps involve the use of files and sandpaper to final finish and polish the blade to a mirror finish. This is followed
by instruction on tempering the knife using a kitchen stove as a heat source and determining the degree of temperature in the blade
by observing the changing colors of the steel. White ends by showing how the handle is fitted and how pewter bolsters and butt are
poured and shaped. This instruction will save the aspiring knifemaker many hours of trial and error. William White reveals some
trade “secrets” it has taken many professional knifemakers years to learn. Available on DVD. PIONEERING: The
Long Hunter Series
The 1760’s were a time
of growth and expansion
along the eastern frontier.
Mark A. Baker brings to
life this era when explorers
and hunters pushed into Kentucky & middle
Tennessee.
Volume One looks at the clothing, firearms
and accoutrements of the pioneers. Projects
include making traditional moccasins, oil
cloth, flintknaping (demonstration with William White) and much more. Shoot a rifle,
a fowler and a pistol. 2 hours.
Volume Two focuses on the crafts and skills of the eastern long hunter and includes
firestarting with flint and steel, open fire cooking, woodslore, parching corn, making
jerkey, dressing out a deer, and more. Special presentation with Paul Dinsmore on
braintanning deerskin.
Volume Three covers cooking fish and fowl without utensils, leather shoe packs
with wool liners, making teas and coffee, food sacks, sewing and sinew, oil cloth
shelters, and much more. 2 hours.
Volume Four tells what foods were avilable in the settlements, how to prepare simple
meals and trail foods plus belt axes, making leggins, campsites, etc. An exacting
documentary into the frontier lifestyle prior to the American War for Independence.
Available on DVD.
DV0012 Vol. 1
DV0013 Vol. 2
DV0014 Vol. 3
DV0015 Vol. 4
$ 29.95 ea. Volume
-or-
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. . . $ 29.95
DV0010
(SS4175)
DV0009
. . . $ 29.95
MAKING POWDER HORNS: Ron Ehlert
of Duck River, Tennessee shows us how to create an heirloom quality powder horn. Cow
horns were fabricated by colonial pioneers into containers to carry gunpowder for their
flintlock rifles. This presentation features the exceptional gunmaker and engraver Ron
Ehlert taking you step by step through the entire process. Scrimshawing and artifically
aging a horn is also covered in deatil. 120 minutes. DVD
DV0011 . . . $ 29.95
CIVIL WAR MINUTES - UNION: A compilation of neverbefore-seen photographs and artifacts from private collections, live
action footage and digitally captured en-gravings and photographs
from rare books that capture the Civil War experiences of a Union
Soldier. Features Michael Kraus, Military Coordinator for Gettysburg
and Military History Advisor for Cold Mountain. He also served
as Northern Commander of many Civil War 125th Anniversary
reenactments. 180 minutes - color. DVD -2 volume set.
DV0035 Civil War Minutes - Union . . . $ 39.95
CIVIL WAR MINUTES - CONFEDERATE: Rarely told stories
of Confederate soldiers including accounts of the battle at Fort Sumter and a Confederate After Action Report at
Gettysburg. Includes how Confederate soldiers dressed and how their uniforms were frequently upgraded as they
rose through the ranks of their regiment. What were the soldier’s weapons of choice and how did fellowships
forged during wartime last throughout their lives? Details uniform buttons and explains Confederate grave
markers. DVD -2 volume set. 180 minutes - color.
DV0036 Civil War Minutes - Confederate . . . $ 39.95
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