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Long Land Brown Bess Musket
Long Land Brown Bess flintlock musket
Ranger Brown Bess Musket
Rogers Rangers Brown Bess flintlock musket
East India Pattern Brown Bess Musket
India Pattern Brown Bess flintlock musket
Ship's Flintlock Carbine
Brown Bess Ships Carbine flintlock musket
Ketland Flintlock Fusil
Ketland fusil flintlock musket
1717 French Flintlock Musket
1717 French flintlock musket
1777 French Flintlock Musket
French 1777 Charleville flintlock musket
1777 French Flintlock Carbine
1777 French dragoon carbine flintlock musket
Flintlock Fusil de Chasse
fusil de chasse flintlock musket
1740 Potzdam Flintlock Musket
1740 Potzdam flintlock musket
1757 Spanish Flintlock Musket
1757 Spanish flintlock musket
New England Flintlock Fowler
Cookson fowler flintlock musket
Early Trade Flintlock Musket
early commercial trade doglock flintlock musket
Baker Flintlock Rifle
Baker flintlock rifle musket
1816 Springfield Flintlock Musket
1816 Springfield flintlock musket
Double Barrel Flintlock Shotgun
double barrel flintlock shotgun
English Lock Fishtail Fowler
English lock fishtail flintlock musket
English Matchlock Musket
matchlock musket
Dutch Flintlock Blunderbuss
Dutch blunderbuss flintlock musket
Early Doglock Blunderbuss
doglock flintlock blunderbuss
1853 Enfield Rifle Musket
1853 Enfield rifle musket caplock
British Heavy Dragoon Flintlock Pistol
British Heavy dragoon flintlock pistol
British Eliot Light Dragoon Flintlock Pistol
Eliott Light dragoon flintlock pistol
British 1756 Sea Service Flintlock Pistol
British 1756 Sea Service flintlock pistol
Flintlock Ketland Trade Pistol
Ketland trade flintlock pistol
Double Barrel Flintlock Pistol
double barrel flintlock pistol
1733 French Flintlock Pistol
1733 French flintlock pistol
1773 French Flintlock Pistol
1773 French sea service flintlock pistol
German Flintlock Pistol
German dragoon flintlock pistol
Scottish Murdoch Flintlock Pistol
Scottish Murdoch flintlock pistol
Royal Highland Regiments Flintlock Pistol
Scottish Royal Highland Regiment flintlock pistol
English Doglock Pistol
English lock doglock flintlock pistol
Double Barrel Percussion Pistol
double barrel caplock howdah pistol

          Our new spring vise is a very handy item. In fact, if you ever disassemble your lock, one of these is required. If you try to remove a v-spring from a musket lock without using an appropriate tool, you will damage the spring and/or the mounting screw. This is one of the most common mistakes new flintlock owners make.

These are hand forged and are a copy of an original 18th century spring vise. We are very excited to be able to offer these to you as it is one of the most often used tools on my workbench.

spring vise

          Another great tool. This is our 18th century musket tool which fits in your shooting bag yet is comprised of several handy tools. The top is a flint knapping hammer, the shaft unscrews to reveal a vent pick, and the bottom of it holds a tow worm and an adapter to fit it to some military muskets. These are hard to keep in stock at each! musket tool

          Here is our Whisk and Pick. You hang this from the strap of your cartridge box or from a button on your waistcoat where it is within easy reach to clear your musket when it gets fouled. The pick clears the vent hole, and the brush sweeps the chunks of fouling away. The pick is hand forged with a decorative twist. It's one of those "must have" tools for a flintlock shooter. whisk and pick

          Here is what Timothy Pickering called the Common Screwdriver. We find this description interesting because the term "screwdriver" is rarely encountered in the 18th century, "turn screw" being the more common term. It has two different sized screwdriver blades and a punch for driving out barrel pins. Hand forged and case hardened. common screwdriver

          Every reenactor needs to have them, like it or not. The Hammerstall is a leather pocket that slips over your frizzen to act as an additional safety. It keeps the flint from striking the face of your frizzen creating a spark. The brass Flashguard mounts to your frizzen screw to keep the guy next to you from getting hit with sparks from your pan. Click here for a page that shows how to mount your flashguard.
hammerstall and flashguard

          Not all, but many muskets are equipped to use a Sling. Our slings are leather, usually white, with a brass double D buckle. For a page showing the steps to mount a sling to a musket, click here. sling

          Most military muskets have the stocks cut for a Bayonet. Some of our bayonets come with scabbards, others do not. Some will require final fitting as all are hand made. For instructions on how to fit a British bayonet, click here.

          OK, now you have a classy looking traditional gun and now you want to show it off. Get a set of these Brass Gun Hooks to hang it up on your wall. Don't hang a gun over the fireplace, the heat will dry out the stock and crack it. In the old days up here on the frontier, they used to keep their guns hung over the door for easy access. I guess you could use these hooks to hang all sorts of things, there is a WW1 British Cavalry lance hung up here in the shop with a pair of them! brass gun hooks