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James Kopp

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All,

I am looking to see if there are some small online vendors to source material form.. I am looking for anything from powder horns to vent picks... and everything in between. I am familiar with TOTW, Jedidiah Starr, Dixie, ETSY, October Country, Crazy Crow..ect....I like supporting the small folks in the muzzleloading community...plus ther eis something persoanl about buying from smaller vendors that I really enjoy....

Any direction would greatly be appreciated.
 
Etsy would be a source for small folks. It is an online sales platform for small (often very small,,, like one person) businesses. Corey Joe Stewart sells his powder horns and shot pouches through his ETSY site. He might advertise them on the ALR and sometimes post them on Insragram, but sales are through ETSY.
https://www.etsy.com/shop/LongbranchlongriflesAs an example.

Turkey Foot Traders and Smiling Fox Forge are good little businesses with good stuff. I've also been very happy with The Quartermaster General.
 
My go to is Travelers Antiques and Trading for powder and other stuff,James you are truly an artist.
 
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All,

I am looking to see if there are some small online vendors to source material form.. I am looking for anything from powder horns to vent picks... and everything in between. I am familiar with TOTW, Jedidiah Starr, Dixie, ETSY, October Country, Crazy Crow..ect....I like supporting the small folks in the muzzleloading community...plus ther eis something persoanl about buying from smaller vendors that I really enjoy....

Any direction would greatly be appreciated.

You really can't beat anything from,
And he is truly a gentleman to work and communicate with.
I apologize for leaving him off my short list.

Also don't forget @davec2 who is also an extremely talented artisan that can be found here on our own forum.
http://www.luckybag.us/index.html
 
I've got a shop in Etsy. TW Woodscraft. Took everything down for a while during surgical recovery but am repopulating it now. Loading blocks, PRB lubes, leather stuff (frizzen covers, sheaths, cow's knees, pouches, etc.), Handmade knives, and various other stuff. Handmade by myself in my southern Tennessee shop. I'm a one man show. Feel free to check it out and be sure to look at the reviews. Need anything you don't see there just send me a message. If I can't make it I sure don't mind recommending others.
 
Most of the well known vendors around today started a small cottage industries. There are still quite a few but often not widely known. The best way to find them is to attend large shoots and rendezvous.
 
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