First of all, thank you for taking the comments as constructive criticism, so you may indeed improve your product. That is very good to read. "Our Brown Bess Musket price is 1200 Dollars + Shipping. Way we are making and 1793 Tipe 1 ??? Way Not?? That model be used for the British invations on 1806 here, in Argentina! America is NOT ONLY NORTH AMERICA!!!" That makes perfect sense for why you are replicating that Pattern Musket, as it was THE Pattern used in Argentina. However, for the North American Market and especially for Reenactors, may I be so bold as to suggest that Pattern will not sell as well, because it can only be used for War of 1812 reenacting and there isn't nearly as many of those Reenactors as FIW and AWI Reenactors. (I say this as one who has reenacted all three time periods, by the way.) I believe you would have a real hit on your hands if you recreated the P 1756 Long Land Brown Bess Musket with the standard 46" length barrel. Many, if not most both FIW and AWI Reenactors have been discussing for years that though this model came in very late to the FIW here (and may have never been actually used here during the conflict, because they arrived after most of the fighting here was over, except Pontiac's Rebellion) the P 1756 would still be more than welcomed by both FIW and AWI reenactors, as one Musket they could use for both time periods. That is a huge selling point for this model musket. I would love to be able to tell you the P1742 Musket, which was THE main Musket used here in the FIW, would be good to replicate, but I believe that would be bad advice to you. Most Reenactors want a Steel Rammer Musket, so the P 1742 would probably not sell that well, even though it is the more authentic Musket for FIW use. As to the quality of steels available in Argentina, I already remarked the way your M 1814 Musket Lock sparked so well, you had to be using quality steels. Again, Thank You for taking my comments in the spirit intended as constructive criticism. I do wish the best for you in your endeavors. Gus P.S. For others here in North America, I would add the firearms Industry in Argentina has been making quality firearms with quality steels for many years. (I hope the Moderators will allow the following as evidence of this, even though it is about modern guns.) Colt licensed Argentina to make copies of the M1911 Pistol many years ago and much more recently, Argentina has been making copies of those pistols and sold through Springfield Armory. When they first came out in the 1980's, I grabbed four or five WWII era M1911A1's owned by the Marine Corps and compared them with the two Argentina made M1911's supplied by Springfield Armory. I was thrilled with the quality and how well parts interchanged and worked. I used those pistols over quite a few years to make a pretty fair number of "Duty," IPSC and "NM Pistols" and they worked and functioned as good as any WWII Colt or other Contractor made Pistols. So there is absolutely no doubt that good steels have been and are available to the makers of the M 1814 and Brown Bess Muskets.