Jack Garner

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I am the owner o Tennessee Valley Manufacturing. Been doing muzzleloading for 59 years. we do mostly everything here. I have r own castings, wood and most supplies for muzzle loaders. If u have any questions let us know. Thanks. Jack
Sir, are you the very same JG that I bought a Tn. rifle from in the mid-1970's? Were you working at that time, just around the Bi-Centennial? I have a Garner rifle still from that time, it has a Dixie-marked lock (inside the plate). Thanks.
 

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Sir, are you the very same JG that I bought a Tn. rifle from in the mid-1970's? Were you working at that time, just around the Bi-Centennial? I have a Garner rifle still from that time, it has a Dixie-marked lock (inside the plate). Thanks.
Yes sir that was me. I workid for DixieGunWorks for 15 years and went in business for my in 1976
 

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I own several of JG rifles, pistols, and a blunderbuss. All top notch. A true gentleman and a pioneer in the ml community.

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Yes sir that was me. I workid for DixieGunWorks for 15 years and went in business for my in 1976
Amazing! BTW, what barrel do I have on my .45 SMR? I saw the Dixie mark inside the lock, but don't recall any marks on the barrel. (Haven't taken it apart in some time!) I send my best regards and was glad to see your post! The rifle is very authentic; I am pleased to read you are still hummin' along! Have a Great Fall, Mr. Garner!
 
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