Sources of black powder, ammunition, and parts for black powder guns; as well as relevant accessories such as powder containers, cappers, patches, and cleaning solvents.
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Dixon's Muzzleloading Shop
Shop in Kempton, PA publisher of "The Art of Building the Pennsylvania Longrifle" by Chuck Dixon.
E. I. DuPont de Nemours of Pennsylvania began construction of the Belin Plant in 1908, and produced the first batches of black powder in 1912.
Supplier of gun stocks and blanks for muzzleloader, blackpowder rifles. Offers curly maple, cherry, and walnut; also expert carving of channels for swamp or tapered barrels.
Jedediah Starr Trading Company
Muzzleloading and blackpowder cartridge firearms, kits, components, ammunition and accessories for the builder, hunter, shooter, re-enactor and collector.
The Maine Powder House
Located in Limington, ME. A large independent distributor of black powder in the United States. Offers Swiss, Schuetzen and Goex Black Powders as used in black powder firearms for competition, hunting and historical reenactments.
Muzzleloader products and information.
Old Swamp Hunter Co.
All natural gun care products for muzzleloaders. Suitable for use with black powder and smokeless powder systems. Advice given on getting started in the sport of muzzleloading.
Pecatonica Long Rifle Supply
Manufacturers of 98% pre-inletted black powder rifle and pistol stocks and kit's. line of longrifle, plains rifle stocks in 5 grades of Maple, Walnut, and other woods available.
Powder Horns and More
Manufacturer and supplier of powder horns, cow horns, Ol' Thunder Lubes, round ball for large bore rifles.
A how-to site on refinishing and building rifle stocks and glass and pillar bedding.
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