Crazy Crow Trading Post offers this list of Buckskinner, Mountain Man & Blackpowder related links to help you in your search for information about clubs, associations, history and related topics. Inclusion in this list does not represent an endorsement by Crazy Crow, although we do try to be selective – and reserve the right to do so.
ARMSMAKING WORKSHOPS Conner Prairie’s hands-on classes provide a rare opportunity to work closely with some of the nation’s best craftsmen. Small class sizes in well-equipped facilities allow you to develop skills from a basic level to advanced. Register today as classes fill quickly. All materials are included in class price. Tools provided, unless otherwise noted. 13400 Allisonville Road Fishers, IN 46038 800.866.1836 Details
Ryan McNabb Longrifles – Ooltewah, Tennessee Web site present examples of my work, information about my education and training, the design process as I see it, and a few other tidbits that I hope you’ll enjoy, all with the intention of leaving you more aware of your options regarding the purchase of a new rifle.
Jim Chambers Flintlocks, Ltd. For over forty years, Jim Chambers Flintlocks has designed and produced some of the world’s finest rifles. His work has been featured in numerous magazine articles and the Foxfire V book. Now you too can create a beautiful rifle. We offer barrels for our kits from three of the best barrel makers in the industry: Getz Barrel Co., Rice Barrel Co., Long Hammock Barrels, and W. E. Rayl, Inc.
Hoot AL’s Rifle Shop Alan Neubauer (Hoot Al) is a Journeyman Traditionalist Gunbuilder who builds antique blackpowder rifles and pistols in an effort to keep the Spirit of the Traditionalist Gunmaker alive. The vintage of the guns are from 1730 to 1830, and are representative of several different schools of gunsmith. His favorite rifles to make are the Lancaster Pennsylvania schooled and an occasional “Hogs” Southern Mountain rifles.
Allen Martin Rifles
Allen Martin, originally of Lancaster County, Pa, is fast becoming a well known maker of fine Pennsylvania Flintlock rifles. Since 1989, Allen has been building historically accurate interpretive reproductions from the 1760 to 1820 period.