Custom Key Rack
Posters for sale
1923 Model T Ford Truck
My Model 1875 Sharps Rifle
Reproduction Gun Parts
Horse Drawn Vehicles
Signs, Clocks & Misc.
Works in progress
German Shield Clock
Marlin Model 336 restock & wood upgrade
Murdoch Morrison Rifle
Stevens Model 44 Two Barrel set
Horn Gun Furniture
Paul Hinman’s Custom Collages
Elliott Wilkinson Cook- Lockport, Niagara Co. N.Y. gunmaker
Francis and Elizabeth Berry
Frontier Turkey Shoots
Harvesting on the Prairie Post Cards
Joseph Haberstro, A Buffalo,N.Y. Gunmaker & his Masterpiece
L. L. Hepburn- Colton & Ilion Gunmaker
Long Patchbox Designs
Nelson Lewis- Troy, N.Y. Gunmaker
New York State Gunmakers-Masters & Apprentices
N. Y. State Island Patch Box Styles
Patrick Smith & Jarvis Davis- Buffalo, N.Y. gunmakers
Seth Peck Millard-Lockport, N.Y. Gunmaker
Scratch Built Model Cars
The Gunsmith’s of Alabama, Genesee Co., N.Y.
The New York State Firearms Trade Study Group (The Students of Swinney)
The Schuknecht family of Hume, Allegany Co., N.Y.
The Tool Collection of my Great-Grandfathers
19th Century Gunmakers Tools
1915 IHC Almanac
New York State Firearms-Bit’s & Pieces
The Risley-Swinney Collection
Page 1-Avery, Belknap & Billinghurst
Dan Lefever & Associates
Morgan James & George H. Ferriss- Utica, N.Y. Gunmakers
The Rochester, N. Y. makers-Medbery & Millers
Shipping a Collectable Long Gun.
Not just Wood anymore
A 1876 Winchester rifle restored from a parts gun to the specifications set out in the Winchester factory letter for that rifle.
A Lefever side lock side by side shotgun which was originally a DS grade that had no finish or butt stock but did have a fine set of 26 inch barrels in excellent condition. This was a fine platform on which to add engraving, install a nice Turkish Walnut butt stock and finish it with case coloring, gold plated triggers and safety button and very good barrel bluing.
The Blacksmith Clock built around a fine French movement. When it strikes on the hour and half hour the smith strikes the anvil as the bell rings.
A custom Bowie knife with an Ebony handle and German Silver furniture
A 1923 Model T Ford truck I built from parts. Click
to read the story about it.
Bonnie and I arriving at the Lockport, NY Monday cruise night in our 1915 Model T Ford Runabout in 2019.
A German Drilling receiver which has been mounted on a walnut base for display. If you have a receiver that you would like to display, I can make a base for it, or if you wish to sell it, contact me at (716)741-3739 or email me firstname.lastname@example.org.