Possible Projects

Rifles

  •  c. 1775-90 Lehigh Valley style smooth rifle, 48" barrel, .55-.58 cal., stocked in exhibition grade stump maple. Will feature extensive relief carving and silver wire inlay.
  • c. 1805-10 Southwestern Virginia style long rifle, highly decorated, extensive relief carving, wire inlay, and large patchbox with multiple piercings.
  • c. 1730 Germanic jaeger rifle, 28" barrel, exhibition grade European walnut stock, relief carving and engraving. Mounted in hand forged iron, it will feature a fine custom lock with chiseled borders. Barrel rifled by Ken Briesen, .45 cal.
  • c. 1770-75 American long rifle in the style of John Newcomer (British fowler architecture), stocked in exhibition grade stump curly maple, with extensive relief carving and engraving. .45 cal., 42" barrel.
  • c. 1770 American long rifle/smooth rifle in the style of the well known "brass barrelled rifle" of Virginia, stump curly maple stocked.

Fowlers

  • c. 1730-40 British fowler, handmade iron or silver mounts extensively relief chiseled, extensive relief carving and silver wire inlay


  • c. 1600 early period English style dog lock fowler of the American colonial era.It will feature carving in a style like that, which might have been added in America.49" barrel, 12ga., English walnut stock. 


  • c. 1775-80 New England style fowler, 16 Ga., 50" barrel, stocked in fine cherry or maple, mounted in handmade sterling silver or hand forged iron. Relief carved with extensive silver wire inlay.


Pistols

  • c. 1590 Anglo-Irish Snaphaunce pistol, hand made barrel and lock, highly decorated.