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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
1809 Potzdam Flintlock Musket
1809 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
Flintlock Blunderbuss Pistol with Bayonet
blunderbuss flintlock pistol with bayonet
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
Percussion East India Pistol
British East India Co caplock pistol
Double Barrel Percussion Pistol
double barrel caplock howdah pistol
Percussion Converted 1822 French Pistol
French 1822 flintlock pistol caplock conversion
Percussion Converted 1850 Prussian Pistol
Prussian 1850 Suhl flintlock pistol caplock conversion

Over 40 fully functional replicas of historic matchlock, flintlock and caplock pistols & muskets.

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As a welcoming gift, we invite you to give your brain a workout playing
9 Man's Morris, a board game of strategy and logic popular in the 18th century...and still challenging today!

How-to page

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. I guess for every picture I show, that's another thousand that I won't have to type. We've been taking pictures of some of the little musket-related tasks that might befuddle new shooters and have put together some photo-tutorials to help you out when it is time to mount your sling, install a flashguard, fit your bayonet etc. You can see it here. As ideas come in and time allows, we'll be adding more, such as how to roll a cartridge for a blank, how to load and fire, how to clean your musket etc.


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