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#821- The beginnings of an abreviated White Tominator 12 gauge shotgun with Colonial SuperTurkey choke with a pistol gripped, side folder stock. Should be just the ticket for traveling light to a turkey hunt. An imaginative gun like this requires lots of fill and fiberglass. Final finish is black Dura-Coat on both stock and barreled action. It’s lightweight, about 6 lbs.                                                   CAN YOU IMAGINE WHAT  THE TSA WILL SAY!                    FOR SALE    POR    OBO


Use the same load recommended for any Tominator  ; up to 110 grains black powder or substitute, two 1/8th inch woven wool wads, a BP-12 shotcup sliced with 4 petals, up  to 1  7/8th ounces shot then  another wonder wad or card top wad. The Super-Turkey choke will get you 90% first shot patterns!!!

#830 – 12 bore  Bridger  Hawken, bored out for  shot. This is an unusual for a Hawken. Many muzzleloading rifles were later bored out for shooting shot. I guess that is what happened with this one. I wonder if it will kill a turkey?  I’m going to find out.



Another unusual and rarely seen feature is the very English style lock  with drip bar fitted to a Manton style breech.  The Manton style breech is even stronger than the usual Hawken  breech set-up.  Dimmick, who was a Hawken competitor, used them a lot, The Hawkens hardly at all.  All other features are the same as any  other Hawken.



Left:  Note how heavy the bolster is in comparison to the lighter Hawken.  The drip bar lock fits up tight against the under-side of the Manton breech with an iron drip bar gracefully fitted  to the barrel   above the forward extension of the lock., replacing the wood usually found there.  This design is much stronger than the Hawken design,  as there is no wood to break out in front of the lock.


The barrel is nicely tapered, 12 gauge with muzzle threads for a Colonial brand screw-in choke. For turkey, screw in a  .660 super-full choke, use 100 grains FFg   Black Powder or equivalent, two Wonder Wads, A tapered BP-12 shotcup with 2 oz. #7 shot , then another Wonder Wad on top for a turkey-killing load. If you want to shoot round ball, screw in a .730 choke and use a .715 ball and ticking patch for cup-sized 50 yard groups. The choke does does not bother the accuracy.


#WB392-  Here’s a mature gal , an original White Whitetail rifle with an early serial, WB392. Since we started the WB serials   at 200, this is the 192nd  blued Whitetail rifle produced.  504 caliber,  22 ”  tapered barrel, blued finish, Bold trigger, well cared for.  SOLD


The action has been bedded and the barrel accurized. Feels a bit rough when cleaning the barrel but it sure doesn’t look  it  and  it  shoots nice tight groups at  105 yards using 70 grains of PyroP  and a 430  grain White slip fit bullet.  I was shooting rocks and all my bullets hit in the same white mark on the red sandstone with single elbow rest over the hood of my GMC.  Uses the #11 cap.

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 I had   an  extra  Bushnell   ScopeCheif  3-9 scope, one of the better ones, with  Weaver bases and forward  Quad Band  rings,  which  are  included in the deal.  Or we can work a deal for a  Lyman 57A  adjustable peep,  or both.

Considering this gal’s age, I was surprized at how well she performed.  I’m  looking for $450 for the rifle and  $50  for the scope,  if bought together,  and I’ll throw in  the Weaver bases and rings and  20 quality  White  bullets.  Satisfaction guaranteed, as usual.  SOLD

WHITE Whitetail, custom by DOC, old stored but new un-fired Criterion 24″ htapered barrel, finished in tough black Dura-coat. Strong dark greenish-grey pebbled maple stock , Timney trigger,  G-Series action,  Weaver scope mounts plus Weaver forward 2-band scope mounts and rings, best I’ve run into for this rifle, even better than the old Warne mounts/rings, ready for your scope.  Inch thick recoil pad, 14 inch pull, sling swivels, ramrod with double brass ends including cleaning jag.  FOR SALE     POR   BEST OFFER


G-series action, safety on the right, cocking handle on the left like modern sub-guns. Just lift the handle into the notch for a very secure second safety.

   #822- North West Gun half stock- the fore-stock showed up crook’d as a dog’s hind leg, so I amputated.  Lot’s of old guns ended up shortened. This one, too. The 20 bore barrel has been  cut back to 36″,  there is an   an under-rib and iron  ferrules and ramrod.   FOR SALE   POR  OBO


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 The Chambers flintlock is a real sparker,  the  sparks’ll  drip on your feet if you’re  not careful. The side piece is the classic serpent. or dragon, if you  want.

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An iron ramrod with brass end has been added.  It’s much stronger  than the old wood one. The brass buttplate is held on by 5 small screws.

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Proper markings on the barrel and stock  include  a  sitting fox, barrel inspector’s mark,  final inspection stamp  plus  “LONDON”  and  my GBW cipher and  GRRW  CA  NW plus  serial number. 


I have the tooling for 20 bore inter-changable  chokes, Colonial brand. I also make a super-turkey choke  to fit.  Both  are available at extra cost.

#808- Here is  a Rigby style Sporting Rifle in 451 caliber with 1-20 twist and shallow .035  grooves for long, heavy slip-fit bullets, same specs and bullets as those used in  White  brand rifles.  Walnut pistol grip stock, plain but excellent grain,   super-strong  Manton Breech,  Henry  percussion lock with drip bar  and Henry fore-end,  all iron furniture finished antique rust blue with browned barrel. Tuned single  trigger   for fine shooting,  graduated  three leaf rear sight, hooded front  sight.  SOLDsptgriflerigby241fullrightd

These Sporting Rifles were designed for both sporting and target use.  The originals were designed by Whitworth. a genius in his own  time, ten inch groups at 1000 yards were not uncommon.  A 460 to 520  grain slip fit  lubricated bullet and 70-80 grains of fffG black powder  is not only accurate but takes game down dramatically, with more than 1200 ft lbs. of energy left at 200 yards. Substitute powders like PyrodexP and 777  work just as well, I especially like Blackhorn 209 with a 5 grain  black powder igniter.

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These rifles were the predecessors of the  heavy bullet Buffalo guns of the 1860’s. You can shoot this .451 rifle like a 45-70, a 45-90 or a 45-120 if you wish, depending only on the  weight of  bullet and powder charge. They are functionally elegant  and shoot circles around other  lesser muzzleloading rifles.  For  long range target or hunting, they can’t be beat.

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TOMINATOR SHOTGUN-  12 bore for magnum loads. Super-Turkey choke.  Straight rifling, just like the fanciest trap guns. This one sold but you can have one like it. 90% first shot patterns if you follow directions. The best gobbler gun in the world. $600 on one at a time custom order.

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#834-  This youngster is a hybrid, a Hawken influenced English sporting rifle. Or is it an English influenced early Hawken product?  I ask the question  ’cause I think that the St. Louis based Hawken Bros. were greatly influenced by the fine quality English rifles they saw coming thru town on the way to the Shining Mountains in the hands of early English adventurers and sportsmen.   FOR SALE  POR  OBO


The flintlock  here  is a late  English  double-throated  lock, typical  of  the genre and the times. The flintlock has been re-worked with a better spring and sear,  it’s a fine sparker now.

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Most English Sporting Rifles in the 1820-40 era had a walnut  stock,  flat buttplates,  a beavertail cheekpeice,  a short tang on a hooked breech,  often holding a part octagon-part round barrel, a large bowed trigger guard, an ebony wood fore-end tip and of course a flintlock. The lock side-bolt escutcheon was very under-stated and very plain.

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 The Hawkens modified that  basic design by  substituting stronger maple,  retaining the American styled curved buttplate, switching the ebony fore-end to iron (often silver plated- as on this rifle) and adding an extra long  Double Set Trigger double bolted to a long tang.  

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This last is the truly unique feature of Hawken rifles, demonstrating the engineering genius of the Hawkens.   


This rifle sports a  58  caliber Green River  RifleWorks  barrel, 30″ long, octagon to round, a super strong plain maple stock with great grain through the wrist,  a flintlock hooked britch, iron  scroll  trigger guard and  curved  buttplate,  German silver  ovals and fore-end cap. The  counter-bored touch-hole is sunsetted just right for quick ignition.   The rifle  is finished with deep tones,   what  a frontier smith might have done  with maple  to  fake an  English  walnut  stocked rifle.  It’s lighter than most Bridger style Hawkens and should make a great hunter as well as  represent a sample of what an early half stock flint Hawken might have looked like.

#886-  Early English Doglock Fowler, 12 bore,  made  in England  about 1680-1700,  the gun from which  the later NW gun  evolved.  You can see the later NW Gun lines in this early gun. The simple  brass  buttplate, the spoon shaped  but  shallower iron trigger guard, the large lock with  doglock safety.  Bigger is always better with flintlocks, within reason. Bigger means more sparks! This one sparks really well,  sparks  pop and sizzle in the pan.   

 This gun is now at Track of the Wolf. GoTo trackofthewolf.com, click on guns, then flintlock guns, then smoothbores. Deal with them if you want to buy it.


The ‘Dog’ on the lock  is an external  hooked  safety which securely holds the cock   out of battery.  When correctly done, the dog  is knocked out  of the way when the lock  is  cocked. This dog  works just fine, as you can see in the photos below.

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 The doglock is held by three screws which also hold the classic serpent/dragon. Dragons were magical and made the gun   fierce and dangerous. You can see that fierceness when all that smoke and fire billows  out of its mouth. Had to be right scary if you were on the receiving end.


There are double  7/16 inch pipes under the barrel to hold the  tapered ramrod.

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There is a simple raised decoration around the tang  and teardrops behind the lock panels,  almost always seen on later NorthWest  guns.


The trigger guard is forged iron. The tang bolt extends from  the trigger  guard up into the tang. A tang bolt extending from the tang to the guard or a trigger plate is a mark of a much later gun.


Even with the 12 bore barrel, the gun  is  light and handy, about 7 lbs with a 13 3/4″ pull.

#887   Here’s a  frontier America  maple stocked  NW Gun in 12 bore, Probably restocked back in the flintlock days after losing the original  walnut  stock to hard usage. The barrel  has been cut back to  36 inches . The maple is best quality AAA. 

turkeynwgunfullrightfin Both the barrel and the lock have been antique rust blued, the lock a little blacker than the barrel.  The lock is by Davis, sparks will set your socks afire.

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There is the traditional  dragon sideplate, originally used because both dragons and guns breathed fire. 

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The trigger guard has been  polished bright. The buttplate is fastened on by 7 screws.  Earlier guns had buttplates  simply  nailed  on, which proved to be less sturdy than frontier use demanded.

turkeynwgunoblwrisfin A silver Cross of Lorraine  is found on the wrist,  probably  indicating  that the gun ended up in the hands  of  a Catholic shooter.  Perhaps it was captured  during the F&I war by a French Canadien  courier de bois.  FOR SALE  POR  OBO

If wanted, this 12 bore can be fitted with one of DOC’s custom made Super-Turkey screw-in chokes,  .660 at the muzzle,  90% first shot patterns. The purchase will include a .730 choke-bore screw-in choke for shooting ball. 

White Tominator, used but with brand new White Thunder barreled action, which is exactly the same as the Tominator, including the straight rifles barrel for 90% first shot patterns. Original Tominator laminated stock in great condition with all original parts. Extra full .690 choke included. DOC’s .660 SuperTurkey choke available at extra cost.    FOR SALE    POR   OBO


White TOMINATOR muzzleloading shotgun. Brand new with new old stored Ray Eye signature barrel, black painted hard maple DOC-designed  stock, steel trigger guard, Timney adjustable rifle trigger with side safety, Delrin ramrod with double brass ends, screw in Hastings II full choke, (other sizes available at extra cost), inch thick recoil pad,  14 inch pull, weight about 6.5 lbs. 

This shotgun has a straight rifled barrel, like the most expensive trap guns. If you follow DOC’s instructions and use the components he recommends, 90% or better first shot patterns are achievable. Turkeys die at 50 yards, field proven.


Price $600 plus S&H, usually about $30-40 anywhere in CONUS.  



#789-  This gun was stunted from birth,  the buttstock was cracked and the fore-end crooked , so I amputated to save its life and it became a Blanket Gun. Made me feel like a Civil war surgeon. It sports all the usual  features of a NorthWest gun in 20 bore, except no buttplate or ramrod pipes. The Indians may have hidden these guns under blankets but they were more often used horseback like a heavy dragoon pistol, one shot then it became a club. I  applied  a few tacks to Indian it up some, and it grew some beads and feathers, too. The barrel illustrated is the back end of the real thing. Try a .600 caliber ball and about 80 grains Black. It will brighten  up your night.   


The barrel was custom made by Kelley, about 14″ long, tapered and banded. The lock is an English Trade lock by Davis, the trigger is meant to be pulled with two fingers, just like your Indian buddy  pulls a bowstring.

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 NorthWest guns came with all kinds of finishes,  this one sports antique rust    blueing of barrel and lock.   The color is a deep blue-black.  Buck Conner  says the best all original  NW gun  with original  finish  that he knows of  was rust blued in this fashion.  The trigger guard has been left in the white, nicely polished,  because the originals were , too.  

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The gun has a stainless counter-bored touch-hole liner for quick ignition. The barrel is smooth-bore, of course. It has never been fired, not even a scratch on the frizzen.  The barrel is marked with my cipher, plus  LONDON and  a tombstone fox  on the top flat, a blossom with TB on the oblique flat, along with  GRRW  CA   NW o3,  (third NW Gun built by the CA), since it has become one of the new GRRW Collecror’s Ass’n guns.


The gun is now at Track of the Wolf. GoTo trackofthewolf.com, find ‘guns’, then ‘flintlock guns’, then ‘smoothbores’ for a look at it. Their photography is beautiful with details well shown. Deal with them if you want to buy it.


#823- A reproduction of my ‘Favorite’ Hawken.  Done as original as I can get it, with case hardened and antique  rust blued furniture. See my article on ‘the Traditional Hawken” in  ‘Doc’s Ramblings’,  above. This the GRRW Collector’s Ass’n H-1 Hawken


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Sorry, but it’s already SOLD. If you want one like it, get in touch with DOC at doc@whitemuzzleloading.com.

#728 Kings German Legion (KGL) Rifle-

Here comes a Kings German Legion Rifle, used by George’s personal regiment of mounted troops, known to be extremely professional and effective in the Napoleonic conflicts. This short rifle has a 62 caliber, swamped octagon 28.5″ barrel mounted in a Long Land style fullstock, which means it looks  a lot like a short Brown Bess with a Baker style flintlock and  iron ramrod. There was no bayonet or sling swivel. The rifle was carried in a boot. The walnut is elegant, as were many of the originals, the King personally picking up the bill for accutrements. 


This fine rifle is now at Track of the Wolf. GoTo their website, trackofthewolf.com, click on guns and then flintlock guns. Their photos are bright and beautiful. Deal with them if you want to buy it.

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The lock and  tang are  beautifully  case hardened in colour.  The walnut is especially colorful as well.  Only the best for the King’s personal troops.

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The KGL Rifle looks  a lot like the earlier ‘ American’  rifle, used by the Brits in our Revolution. The KGL  cavalry was among the first to use horses for fast transportation, then dismounting to fight on foot. The rifle gave them the advantage of accuracy at a distance.


This will make a terrific hunting rifle. It’s short and handy, throws a big ball for big game, has an iron ramrod, double leaf rear sights and broad butt to reduce felt recoil. It’s a hard to beat combination.

#773- In-line  bullseye target pistol by DOC, Alex Hamilton percussion action and trigger , Rayl .50 caliber fast twist barrel for patch and round ball, sports palm, finger and thumb rest, fully adjustable rear sight and target front plus an adjustable under-grip to lock the hand in place. FOR SALE $300 OR BEST OFFER

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Note the thumb rest on the left grip and the finger tip slots. The under-grip is adjustable. The trigger pull is light and can be adjusted to your needs.

The pull cock at the rear cocks the action. Best lTargetPistolFullRightoad so far 20 grains of 3F Black, a ticking patch and a .490 ball. It is far more accurate than I can hold it.

The wood got a coat of grey-black Dura-coat. The barrel and action are forest green. Trigger pull is very light. It’s a great bulls-eye shooter.

#802- A Doc-designed MK-6 all grown up, the sixth   iteration of my Kashlinikov-like muzzleloader, in .504 caliber  with the barrel underneath the ramrod and the action apparently  upside down. It’s ugly as Hell, but very effective and ergonomic.   Make me an offer I can’t refuse. OBO


It carries a red/green dot one power scope, legal in most Western states for deer and elk. Caliber is .504 with fast 1-24 twist and shallow grooves for 50 caliber saboted bullets and Doc’s heavy elongated slip-fit .5035 bullets, up to 600 gr. in this caliber.  Brand New.  Never Fired.


This MK has a White nipple-breechplug for #11 cap. A 209 conversion kit can be ordered from ‘whiterifles.com.’

MK5CloseActionSafe     The hammer  handle  is shown here pulled to the rear and down, on safe.   

 MK5CloseActionFired   Here the hammer  handle  is in the fired position, with the hammer forward.

I had to invent the trigger group. The trigger pull is adjustable and set at 3 lbs which is about as low as you go on a hunting rifle.. It should be obvious that this is an upside-down stainless steel White M97 Whitetail Hunter action and barrel. Both are new old-stored stock. . The only thing different is the trigger group and the conformation of the stock. The cocking handle  acts as a very secure safety. Pull it back and DOWN for ‘safe’, shown left above, and and pull it UP for ‘fire’, shown above.

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Recoil is relatively mild and very straight back because of the stock shape. The muzzle does not climb much at all.  It’s ugly but handles amazingly well and always gets lots of attention.  FOR SALE $500 OBO Make me an offer I can’t refuse.

#601 Remington Rolling Block Black Powder action re-barreled to 50-110 by DOC, Barrel is by Douglas, never fired, round, 1 1/8th inch diameter and 30 inches long. Buttstock is maple by Treebone, the temporary fore-end is a chunk of plain walnut, it will eventually be replaced with matching maple. Pull is 14 inches. Weighs about 10 lbs. The bore is beautiful, never fired, and it should be an excellent shooter. It was meant to end up sporting a tang mounted ladder rear sight and globe front which are NOT included in the current price. FFL not needed. For sale as is without sights or finish. You finish it now and save a lot of money.  It is cheap because the extractor is not fitted. You fit it and you can have it for a measly #700  OBO.






260- French dueling pistol in 50 caliber with multi-groove barrel, second of a set of two, marked #2 in gold on tang,  (don’t know where the first one is) quite accurate with 20 grains ffg and .490 ball and thin patch , single set trigger fires set or unset, , beautiful swirl Damascus twist barrel in excellent shape. Boxed. I have won matches with this one—————-$1500  OBO

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Elegant Bridger Hawken rifles like this one are available on custom order from DOC.  Inquire at doc@whitemuzzleloading.com.


#804= Early side by side combo rifle-shotgun, conformation of locks looks almost like it was converted from flintlock. That or was a transitional arm come into being just as the new percussion principle was adapted into the market around 1815.  There is a 12 bore shotgun barrel on the right  and a .500 caliber fast twist shallow groove rifle barrel on the left. The barrels are symmetrical, the 12 bore barrel is fitted with a Colonial brand inter-changable choke, the rifle barrel has a fast 1-28 twist and shallow grooves for shooting heavy elongated slip-fit bullets or sabots. FOR SALE   POR   OBO

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There are side by side double percussion locks, hooked breeches, double triggers, all iron furniture except a trace of silver here and there. Both barrels are regulated  to hit into the same group at 50 yards with bullet in the rifle barrel or patched round ball in the smoothbore barrel.. I used 100 grains of black powder in both barrels with all trial loads. The patched .715 ball grouped into about three-four inches at 50 yards. The saboted 300 grain bullet from the fast 1-28 twist shallow groove rifle barrel went into half that. (Please remember that my eyes are 80 years along). A 1 7/8ths   ounce load of #6 shot in a tapered shotcup shot a 70% pattern with a Colonial Full choke tube, and shot a 90% pattern with my .665   Super Turkey tube. (which is available at extra cost)
The combo double is ready for whitetail or turkey or both. It  weighs about 9 lbs but like most doubles it handles quite well, balance is excellent.

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The front trigger fires the right sided smoothbore barrel which is equipped with a Colonial brand inter-changable choke. The rear trigger fires the left sided rifle barrel. Because of the right-left geometry of the trigger group, the left trigger is softer than the right, making the rifle trigger easier to trip and  more accurate.
DbleCombp12X50PercCloseForeThe barrels come out of the stock easily, just remove the two keys and rotate them out.


White Super 2000 lube for bullets and barrel. I have a case of this superior lube left. It’s great stuff for White bullets and sabots, or for that matter, any muzzleloading bullet or sabot. $10 per can, enough for hundreds of bullets, plus $3 S&H if ordered alone. (I can ship it in a small padded envelope.)



CUSTOM BISON-  I lucked into some new old stored White  .504 barrel blanks by Criterion, bought  when White Systems went under. They are 20 years old but in perfect condition. Criterion made the best barrels White ever used. 


Pictured above is  a new Custom Bison , the bull  barrel trimmed to one inch diameter, 24+  inches long,  (the originals had a 20 inch barrel) , 504 caliber, with  a new Doc-designed  custom stock in tough maple, designed specifically for use with a scope.  Old stored original Bison  parts   complete the action. The trigger is  by  Timney, same as on a Mauser bolt rifle, adjustable for weight of pull. The  rifle is supplied with Weaver  scope bases.  Dovetailed  leaf adjustable open  rear  and brass bead  front  sights are optionally available at extra cost. The rifle comes  with a black matte  Dura-Coat finish on  the barreled action and black  metallic paint on the  stock. Fancy tiger striped maple stocks with oil rubbed finish available at extra cost.


The photos shows a finished  Bison  without  sling swivels but with  Weaver scope mounts and front and rear sights.  The basic charge for the rifle without the  sights but with sling swivels   and  scope bases  is  $600.   These rifles are super accurate, functionally elegant,  ergonomic and  worth every penny.  


NOTE: The rifle illustrated above  is custom.  You can have one like it on custom order.  Since the rifle is custom,  on any future order you can have:

any barrel length you want shorter than 25 inches;

any color Dura-coat you want, even pink for your lady;  

any length pull shorter than 14 inches;

dovetailed front and rear open sights- either an adjustable  folding leaf or a long spring adjustable rear sight;  either a brass  or red bead front sight; 

a rear mounted Lyman 57A totally adjustable  peep,  all o the above  at extra cost.

I keep Weaver forward  mounted 1″ scope rings on hand. too. $25 a set, as well as the Weaver scope bases and  dovetailed rear and front open sights mentioned above. (you will need forward scope mounts  because of the short receiver length on the Bison) The old Warne steel mounts are no longer available but their QD rings are.) Order the rifle you want by emailing DOC at doc@whitemuzzleloading.com  


buckbuster45-360plasticpac llustrated here  are  old, but new stored,  360 grain all lead slip-fit bullets for .451 size barrels. They are sized at .450 and are designed to shoot  in all White brand .451 barrels and in all other brands .45 caliber  barrels as well. I am out of the original plastic packs but have hundreds of the SuperKeepers with 10 bullets each.

This bullet is a terrific game bullet, not only in 45 caliber rifles but also for 50 caliber rifles shooting  sabots for 450 caliber bullets.  The 360 brain bullet is perfect for high velocity sabot shooting rifles. I like the Harvester ribbed sabot in 50 cal for 45 cal bullets with 100 grains 209 Blackhorn for about 1700 fps and terrific knock down. The bullet is soft lead with 2% tin and mushrooms beautifully.

Price $5 per SuperKeeper of 10 bullets or $50 per 10 packs (100 bullets)plus S&H, USPS Priority, at actual cost. E-mail doc@whitemuzzleloading.com to order. Discounts available for large orders.


GRRW pistol barrels, 45 caliber, fast 1-20 twist, deep rifled for patched round ball, 15/16″  diameter, just right for  a Hawken pistol, which is what they were originally made for.

pistol-barrels-45-calNo, that’s not corrosion on the barrels, just grease. Bores are brand new.  The longer barrel and one of the shorter ones are SOLD.  Only two of the shorter barrels left.  the  barrels are not breechedbut are   crowned, so they are cheap.  I would like $50 or the shorter ones but I will look hard at offers.  If they hang around too long, they will probably turn into pistols. It’s magic how that happens.