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Commercial Row Vendors

Commercial Row Vendors

2 Buck Traders, Ed Anderson & Barb Neece – knives, Indian bead work, artwork, muzzleloading guns – Booth A8-A9

Ackermann & Co., Phil Ackermann – Booth 11 & 26-28

American Pioneer – Booth 121

Anderson, Danny – antique and custom muzzleloaders & books – Booth 31

Beaver Bill Forging Works, Bill Keeler – 18th century edge weapons, tomahawks, knives, all hand forged, folding handle skillets & war clubs – Booth B1

Bevel Brothers Trade Co., Lowell & Joel Gard – Booth 118

Boitnott, Willy – Gun and parts repair – Booth B5

Buffalo Spirit, Sue (White Smoke) DeLille – buckskins, beadwork, quillwork, moosehair embroidery – Booth 18

Cash Manufacturing (Scott Pobjoy & Tedd Cash) – Shooting Supplies: cappers, nipple wrenches and Building Supplies: patchboxes, ramrod pipes, front sights and more. – Booth C10

Chambers, Jim-Flintlocks, Chambers & Buckeye Barrels– rifle kits, finished rifles, pistol kits, locks, hardware, oils & finishes – Booth C5

Couch, Jim – Booth 32

Davis R.E., Tim Tressel – locks, triggers, all rifle hardware, books, pipe tomahawk components, gunbuilding supplies, belt axe, handles, flints, colonial toys & tools – Booth 35-36

Dixie Gun Works – muzzleloaders, supplies, Civil War – Booth A2

Doc’s Rifles, Michael Rausch & Dick Chubb – 17th, 18th, 19th century sporting & military arms, custom contemporary muzzleloading rifles & shotguns, related accoutrements – Booth 108-109

Dunlap Woodcrafts, Wayne Dunlap – muzzleloading accoutrements, wood stocks – Booth 60-62

Ewing, Marty – Booth B7

Flathead/Three Rivers Trading Post, Pat Hartless – American Indian beadwork, Navaho & Zuni jewelry, craft beads & books – Booth 1-2

Flintlocks, John & Anne Eder – lead balls, precut patches, inlays, locks, moulds, ticking, powder horns, schrimshaw, ivory, pouches, hawks, powder measures, sinew, ramrods & leather – Booth 3-6  & 19-21

Gary’s Gunsmith Shop, Gary & Darlene Nebel – muzzleloaders, accoutrements, leather goods – Booth 47-51

Goehring, Reaves – antique gun parts, reproduction 18th century bullet molds, tomahawk castings – Booth C8

Grunkemeyer, Randy – gunsmithing, restorations, custom rifles & accessories – Booth 111

Gusler, Wallace & Eve Otmar– gunbuilder, clothing – Booth 110-120

H & B Forge – muzzleloading accoutrements, tomahawks, throwing knives, hunting frocks, belts, sheaths, leather goods – Booth 52-53

Harrison, E.T. – muzzleloaders, bags, horns, clothes, scrimshaw, jewelry, books, furs/hides – Booth 85-86

Hite, Ron – Booth B4

Holland, Jim – Booth B8A

Howard, Bob – Booth A3

Jacobi, Angela – Jewelry; bracelets, rings, earrings, necklaces, pendants, purses, barrettes, bottles & books – Booth 33-34

Johnson, Curt & Marilyn – books relating to American Longrifles, original muzzleloading firearms & misc. other related items – Booth 29-30

Kenockee Tradin’ Post LLC, Judy & Anson Morgan – historically correct 18th century clothing, patterns, engraving supplies, ramrod’s & loading accrssories, Thompson Center & Traditions distributor, jags, muzzleloaders & accroutements – Booth 14-17

Killelea, Kevin & Marsha – scrimshaw powder horns, mastodon scenes, 18th & 19th century antiquities & accoutrements – Booth 24-25

Klein, James – custom Kentucky rifles, maple stock blanks – Booth 112

L & R Lock – locks, triggers, sideplates – Booth C3B

Landram, Larry – antique muzzleloaders, pre- Civil War books, muzzleloading & primitive accessories – Booth 66

Lange, Mike – bargain priced custom muzzleloaders, specializing in kids guns – Booth A7

Lea, Michael & Daughter – ramrod tools, schuetzen targets, blunderbuss kits, kid’s guns, gunsmithing supplies, & books – Booth 103-104

Leatherman, Gary Fatherree – leather possible bags, slings, belts, knives, forged tools – Booth 37-38

Lewis, Jack & Faye – antique guns, antique swords, period clothing – Booth 39-40

Log Cabin Shop, Dan Kindig – muzzleloaders, supplies – Booth A1, 105-107

Logsdon, Nathaniel – Primitive items – Booth A6

Mallory Sporting Goods, Dave & Rose Mallory – muzzleloading supplies, balls, patches, etc. – Booth 69-70

Mike’s Quality Black Powder Wads, Michael Eder – shotgun, cartridge, rifle & pistol wads, shotgun accessories, lead shot – Booth 7-8

Miller, Michael & Kim – flintlock rifles, pistols & fowlers/American & European – Booth 122

Mims Knives, Wayne & Jaunice Mims – knives, handmade pens, elk antlers – Booth 82-84

NMLRA Merchandise & Target Booth – Booth 87-89

Netting, Ken – muzzleloaders, powder horns, knives – Booth 115-116

Nevling, Mark – handmade Damascus knives/exotic handle materials, handmade glass beads & Jewelry – Booth 75-76

Oder, Charles – Booth C3A

Old Chillicothe Trading, Louise Stollings – beads, merchandise – Booth A10

Patterson, June – antiques, muzzleloading accoutrements, Indian relics – Booth B6

Pecatonica River, Richard Greensides – muzzleloading gunstocks, barrels, guns, related parts – Booth B3

Poniatowski, Aaron & Walt – Art Prints; animals, wildlife, cabins, Native American, etc. – Booth 73-74

Poppen, Paul – handmade moccasins – Booth 46, 63

Randy’s Muzzleloaders, Randy Heil – locks, triggers, jags, scrappers, ball pullers, brass & steel furniture, barrels, stocks, etc. – Booth B10

Red Rooster & Company, Steve & Marty Emminger – gun builder’s benches, baskets, lanterns, quilts, gun cases, candles, muzzleloaders, knives, copper cups, jewelry & much more – Booth 55-57

Rice Muzzleloading Barrel Co., Jason – barrels – Booth 123-124

Rush Creek Round Ball, Tony Vance – muzzleloaders & accoutrements, roundballs, patches, cowboy action hardcast pistol bullets & Loading components – Booth 12-13

S & S Muzzleloading Shop, Lester Salisbury – muzzleloaders and supplies – Booth C1

Shooter’s Ear, Charles McElwee-custom hearing protection for shooter’s – Booth 110

Seymour, Art – Chevron beads, historical bottles, marbles & art glass – Booth 54

Silver, Mark – traditional custom sporting arms – Booth 113-114

Smith, Phil – Booth A4

Sparks, Libby & Phillip – shooting supplies, tomakawks, knives, jewelry, handmade period clothing, patterns, therapeutic essential oils, quilts & accessories – Booth 71-72

Stinson, Larry, silversmith – guns, jewelry & custom repair, parts, sights, mules & roosters – Booth 67-68

Thompson, John – large supply of muzzleloaders – Booth B8B-B9

Timberline Traders, Robert Moore – pre 1840 clothing/men, women, & children, jewelry, patterns & accoutrements – Booth 41-43, 58-59

Wallingford, Charlie – knives – Booth 80

Watson Knives, Billy Watson – handmade custom knives, guns, 18th Century accoutrements, jewelry and tall tales told – Booth 44-45

White, Jeff – Knives – Booth B2

White, Steve – artist – Booth C4

Wyoming Armory- Alan Hoeweler – Booth C2

Yazel, Mike – Period furniture, hand forged hardware, paintings, yarn & wool roving – Booth 9-10

 

Inside Main Gate

Renegade Products Co., Roger Needham – renegade whetstones, sharpening stones, handmade knives & sheaths

Lewis, T.R. – camp chairs, tools, antiques, gun parts & books

Morris, Eric – American made gun flints, fire strikers, flint knapping material & carving stone

Torres, Michelle – Powder Horms

Yazel, Mike – Demonstrator – Lathe work

Stonewall Creek Outfitters, Shannon & Troy Roope – muzzleloading parts & supplies

 

West of Commercial Row – Field Space

Webertown, Howard Kelley – gun barrels & wood finishes

Tip Curtis Frontier Shop, Tip Curtis – muzzleloading guns & shooting supplies

Stitchers’ Cabin, Tim & Sharon Milligan – some gun parts, period clothing, trade items

Marty III Claws, Martin Toth – knifemaker, leather goods, muzzleloading supplies, tables, chairs & stools

Stinson, Larry

Smith, Everette – engraver

Gifford, Mark & Connie

Armstrong, Butch

Davison, Donald – powder horns, knives, guns

Young, John – knives and muzzleloaders

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