"It's said that when Doc was 2, his mother gave him a bar of soap & he carved a gun out of it."

This is probably an exaggeration, but he has been designing, inventing & making guns ever since.

Welcome

To White Muzzleloading, where you will find an unusually deep and perspective understanding of historical muzzleloading combined with vast experience, innovative thinking, and presentation of the highest quality information.

You will also find an overview of the most ergonomic and functionally elegant muzzleloading hunting and target rifles, bullets and accessories available, whether modern or antique. You will get to see Doc White’s elegant flintlock and percussion rifles and fowling pieces, even sometimes a wheelock.

Doc has hunted extensively with both traditional round ball guns and more modern elongated bullet guns. His experience and willingness to share it, is unparalleled.

Our Mission

To give the muzzleloading hunter/shooter the best and most useful information there is.

To contribute to the fund of muzzeloading wisdom available to the beginning and advanced hunter/shooter.

To make muzzleloading hunting/shooting simpler and more fruitful as well as more enjoyable.

To eradicate the frustration and confusion associated with muzzleloading.

To follow the ABC’s of muzzleloading, promoting (‘A’), accuracy, (‘B’) better ballistics and (‘C’) conserve the resource.

Introducing Doc White’s Muzzleloading

Doc White takes a deep and abiding interest in the technology of modern day muzzleloading, contributing to it through design innovation, perceptive writing and ongoing research. He also builds high-art carved, engraved and inlaid Kentucky rifles, jaegers and double guns, as well as plainer hawkens and fowlers.

Doc understands that the structure of muzzleloading is undergoing a vast change. Muzzleloading is popular because of its historical structure, the romance of primitive weapons used to open and conquer a vast country. But he also understands that form preserves structure, that the change in muzzleloading technology we are currently experiencing does not destroy muzzleloading, but preserves it. The traditionalist should celebrate the resurgence of modern-day muzzleloading, not deride it, as it preserves all forms of muzzleloading even as it changes.

“Doc” has been in muzzleloading for over 55 years, as an entrepenuer, inventor-designer, muzzlelaoding writer-philosopher and gunsmith. He’s also sat on the board of directors of the National Muzzeleloading Rifle Association and participated in the acquisition of muzzleloading hunting seasons across the nation. He holds better than a dozen muzzleloading “top tens” in the SCI record book.

Welcome to Doc White’s innovative best.

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