On Sale


All items below are on hand and ready to ship. Exceptions are specified and fully described. All are guaranteed to please, money back if not. Send us a postal MO and the item will ship as soon as we get the MO.  All other  checks wait until clear. Clear the order with Doc by phone or email before sending a check and written order, make sure we have what you want on hand. Some items have posted prices, some are best offer. FEEL FREE TO MAKE AN OFFER! All items are guaranteed to please or money back. You risk only the postage or shipping fees. 

Phone- 435-722-2520, evenings are best.     

E-Mail- ‘doc@whitemuzzleloading.com’. Your subject  should include Gun, Shoot, Powder or some subject allied with the shooting sports so I will open the email. Emails that lack such a subject to catch my attention often get panned. I filter thru  100’s of emails a day. If you don’t get an answer using the address above, then go to ‘docwhite@stratanet.com’. Same rules.

address- for orders, checks, shipments, returns:

White Muzzleloading

77 No. Skyline Dr. 55-8

Roosevelt, UT  84066

Sorry, no credit cards at present. We are working on it. Please be patient.

Also, please take a look at the kits and guns under ‘Custom, Traditional” which is found under  ‘Products” at the top of each page. In general, the kits I have on hand are listed and pictured here to give you an idea of what is coming or is  ready to build. Additional pictures will be included as each gun is constructed and finally finished. Once a gun is finished, it it switched to the ‘On Sale ‘ page.

However, all kits and guns are for sale at any time. If you see a kit or partially finished gun that you can’t resist, you can lock in the build  with a down-payment. Once it is finished, the rest of the final price will become due and the gun will be delivered to you once paid for. Guns are completed in order of down-payment, or if you want or need a gun sooner, you can pay the full amount and I will advance the gun in the construction schedule. One thing, I never promise delivery dates and I am always at least a year behind.

If you want to build the kit yourself, make me an offer. I can save you a little money on new parts.

There are several categories as you read down the page:

1-Muzzleloading antiques and reproductions by Doc White and others, ready to shoot. 

2-White brand in- line muzzleloaders, ready to shoot.

3- Custom muzzleloading  arms by Doc White and others. Available only by  custom order, but you will get exactly what you want. This category includes both antique reproductions and modern White in-lines. The GreenRiverRifleWorks Collector’s Association guns are included here.

4- Cowboy and Black Powder cartridge, guns and accutrements

5- Modern guns

6- Parts and accessories for White in-lines   

7- Kits- ready to build. I have so many kits for muzzleloading rifles, fowlers and pistols accumulated over years of building that I am afraid I will not live long enough to finish them all. After all, in 17 years , I will be 100 years old. All kits have all parts needed to complete the project, except where noted. Some are fancy and unusual, some are plain. All present with best quality parts. All are priced at my cost to sell. 

7- Miscellaneous.



#908- This elegant gent is a Bridger style percussion Hawken dressed in brass, just like the one in the Winchester collection in Cody, Wyo. The maple is elegant, the barrel tapered , 58 caliber by the master Kelly. 36″ long with a 1-90 twist for accurate high velocity. All parts and furniture of the absolute best quality. Crafted by Doc White for the GRRW Collector’s Association H-22 and so marked.









#911- Denver Hawken- Most folks don’t know that Sam Hawken spent a few years of the last part of his life in Denver after he sold out of the St Louis shop to Gemmer. He made a few rifles while he was there.  Styles had changed by then, the fur trade was done with, the buffalo were pretty well wiped out but the Denver crowd still enjoyed shooting, target as well as hunting. 

So here is a S. Hawken Denver Sporting-Target Rifle- My  conception of a Sam Hawken made Sporting-Target rifle done Denver style, usable either in the field or for target competition.


Beautiful 4A maple perch-belly stock (which was the style by then), carved from the plank, Colerain 1″ x 36″  50 caliber octagon barrel  for patched round ball fitted with English Manton style hook breeching including separate short tang, best quality  English imported percussion lock with drip bar  to fit, but western style hammer, not yet rust antique blued.


Long bar DST double bolted at the wrist but with short tang, the rear bolt fitting into a decorative eschutcheon atop the wrist, all brass fittings, single keyed fore-end,


Long bar pop-up adjustable rear sight for longer range shooting mounted on a short breech rail, hooded target sight, which was  perfectly acceptable on Denver style rifles. English style fore-end with brass cap, 3/8th”  ramrod with double brass end tapped for accessories.

This s a GRRW Collector’s Ass’n rifle # H- 25, also carries my GBW cipher.

FOR SALE            PRICE ON REQUEST                   BEST OFFER

#919- GRRW Collector’s Ass’n Leman rifle by original GRRW gunsmith Carl Walker. Maple Halfstock, 1″ x 32″ oct. GRRW barrel in 54 caliber for patched round ball. Carl’s name as the maker guarantees the quality of the piece.

Best quality flat spring lock, single trigger, traditional open sights, original GRRW cast brass furniture,  pewter for-end tip. drum and nipple, Best quality workmanship!  Leman himself would be proud. There is no more traditional Western mountain rifle than this one. 




This is a GRRW Collector’s Ass’n rifle and is so marked. Brand new, never fired.




#907 Leman GRRW half-stock

This Leman was freshly crafted by Les Bennett from an original GRRW kit, long stored and finally put together. The maple is plain but is artificially striped as Leman did with so many of his guns.


There is a best quality flat spring traditional Percussion lock and pewter nose-cap, traditional  brass Leman furniture by GRRW, one inch octagon 50 caliber original  7 groove GRRW barrel.  GRRW barrels are  famous for accuracy, this one has never been fired.  There is a single trigger and all brass furniture..



Crafted by Les Bennett, duplicating the fine Leman rifles built by GRRW in the 1970’s,  but this one  a GRRW Collectors Ass’n gun and is so marked, built by an original GRRW gunsmith .           FOR SALE       POR   BEST OFFER   



#913- Carson Hawken- brand new, beautifully rendered with all iron furniture, Colerain tapered 58 cal. barrel, best quality percussion lock,  no signs that it has ever been fired, AAA tiger maple stained darkish Western red, finish originally carefully grainy for that antique look, long bar DST double bolted to long tang, double barrel keys in fire -blued iron roundels, 7/16″ ramrod with iron end. 

This fine rifle has gone to Track of the Wolf. Deal with them if you want to buy it. Their website is trackofthewolf.com, their phone is 763-633-2500.

I have re-finished the iron  to rust antique blue, (really a deep blue-black), and re-done the stock finish as well to an  antique dull egg-shell brightness, no brilliant shine here for a Blackfoot to spot you with.



Marked with my ‘GBW’ cipher on the breech and ‘S Hawken  St Louis’ on the top flat of the barrel.   



 # 317-  Hawken Sporting Rifle- I am convinced that the Hawken brothers recognized the value of the improvements in British arms that they saw come through St. Louis with English and Continental adventurers in the first half of the 19th Century. Many of the features on their guns match what can be found on the best quality British hunting rifles of the day. Their real contribution was the long- bar double set trigger, double-bolted to a long tang, vastly improving the strength through  the wrist. They kept the American curved buttplate and DST, recognizing that a broken DST can still function as a single trigger where the British single set trigger could not.

This fine rifle has gone to Track of the Wolf. Deal with them if you want to buy it. Their website is trackofthewolf.com, their phone is 763-633-2500.


This rifle is conceptualized as a Hawken product more closely following the English lines of the 1840’s. The semi- pistol grip trigger guard was becoming more popular then as was the simple round cap-box. The barrel is 58 caliber but a slow one turn in 90 inches, which had been shown to be more accurate with larger powder charges and higher velocity with patched round ball. A great combination for hunting and defense against Indian and grizzly.

 The percussion lock is the best there is, with fly on tumbler for set trigger. The long tang is double bolted to the long bar Double Set Trigger. The trigger can be fired set or not-set, works  either way. 


The stock is great quality walnut, with grain carefully chosen for strength through the wrist. The barrel is double keyed to the barrel, with a Hawken style hooked breech, just remove the keys and lift the barrel out of the stock for cleaning.


The barrel, tang, lock, trigger guard, cap-box  and buttplate  are finished  a deep blue-black antique rust blue.  The trigger guard is a British style popular in the later percussion era. there are  two ferrules for the ramrod and two keys for the barrel. The late British style cap-box is spring loaded and snaps  firmly open or closed.

 This rifle was crafted by Doc White in the best Hawken tradition. It is a GRRW Collector’s Association gun, H-21 and is so marked. 

#319- The Medina Hawken- A faithful copy of Mariano Medina’s famous Sam Hawken rifle with a straight no taper 62 caliber 33 inch best quality barrel by Rice with deep grooves and slow twist for patched round ball, just like the original. The stock is  plain maple but sports a fancy iron patchbox with real silver stars, flat to the wrist trigger guard, iron belly plate and engraved lock plus all the famous Hawken features. Get yourself a serape and  a broad brimmed sombrero and carry this famous gun to your next rendezvous. Crafted by the famous Carl Walker, a GRRW Collectors Ass’n gun, H-20.  FOR SALE     PRICE ON REQUEST    BEST OFFER


The stock is plain maple but the original is even plainer. It is terrifically strong with the Hawken double bolted wrist and double barrel keys. The DST fires set or not set and is totally  adjustable.

   This is a truly beautiful Hawken rifle. It is not only a super fine quality copy of a famous rifle but the workmanship is meticulous, the wood and metal so well done that they appear to have grown that way. You will love it!



 This rifle is for sale,  Price on request. Best offer. Make us an offer that can’t  be  refused.


2- WHITE BRAND IN-LINE MUZZLELOADERS. All developed,  designed and crafted by Doc White.

SPECIAL  #1  Here is a brand new in the original box White Super 91 in 504 caliber. Not a scratch on it. Has an original sling, stainless steel, black laminate stock. All the usual features plus the box. I’m selling this fine rifle for an OLD friend, both of us are a little long in the tooth.  SOLD

SPECIAL #2  Another brand new in the box rifle, this one a White Whitetail in .504 caliber with Bell and Carlson checkered fiber-composite stock- very light and handy. All the usual whitetail features and the box too. Same source as the Super 91.                                                                  


FOR SALE       POR        OBO


SPECIAL #3   This time a brand new in the box Tominator with a black laminate stock, one of only a few with the fancy laminate stock. This is the best turkey gun in the world, better patterns than any modern gun. Same source as the other 2 specials.  LET’S HEAR YOUR OFFERS. Call DOC at 435-722-2520 evenings or email doc@whitemuzzleloading.com.

                           We have 3 of these, two boxes are brand new, closet stored, with all the original wrappings, literature and even the video that White sent with new guns. I think the video is even more rare and just as precious as the gun. Forgive e, but they will cost you a little extra.


Special #4- Here is a very special Super 91 

This is one of the very early Super 91 rifles, especially built and donated to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, the Reno show in 1993, says so right on the barrel.

As far as I can tell, the gun has never been fired, but I would bet that it has, just very well cared for. It is in perfect condition. It has been glass bedded, a Lyman peep added and the original bolt retaining spring replaced by the later thumbscrew bolt retainer, so it had to have some attention, if not use. 

 The serial # is 003, by the way.      FOR SALE        CALL FOR PRICE         BEST OFFER      Make me an offer I can’t refuse


Folks wonder why I sell on a best offer basis. The truth is that I enjoy talking with people who buy my designs. The banter and the bargaining are fun. Sharing my experience and knowledge gives me a real kick in the ego. It’s good for an old man. Keeps me working for you.

White Idaho Special– This is a G-Series White Bison with one inch diameter barrel 24 inches long in .504 caliber with 1-24 twist and shallow .035 grooves for the best accuracy and power with Doc’s slip-fit bullets and sabots. There is a Timney trigger, tough black-finished maple stock re-designed for scope or peep by Doc, a Lyman 57A adjustable peep, made especially for those states that require iron sights, like Idaho and Colorado. Also an inch- thick Houge recoil pad, Brass bead front sight, Delrin Brass tipped ramrod with cleaning jag and drilled and tapped for accessories.  The rifle is Ergonomic, Functionally Elegant, Accurate and Powerful, the best there is. It will will shoot up to a 600 grain White slip-fit bullet with 140 grains powder at 1400 FPS and 2 inch 200 yard groups, more than 1200 ft lbs energy at 200 yards.  I have killed Cape Buffalo with one like it. Cost with features shown $890, principally because the Lyman peep  costs $140 and the base cost of the rifle is $700. I try to keep several on hand at all times but sometimes run out, so there may be a short wait. Best call first 435-722-2520, evenings, for availability.


White Bison


I found a few new  stored .504 barrel blanks by Criterion.  They are  in perfect condition. Criterion made the best barrels White ever used. We are making them into the new White Bison , the barrel trimmed to one inch diameter, 24 inches long , 504 caliber, with  a new custom stock in tough maple, re-designed specifically for use with a scope.  The trigger is a  Timney, same as on a Mauser bolt rifle, totally adjustable for weight of pull. The rifle is drilled and tapped for  scope  and peep  bases. Standard sights are  Williams 3″long bar adjustable dovetailed rear and brass bead front. All the other famous White G-series features present. Super accurate and super powerful, the best there is on the market. It’s the same super rifle as the Idaho Special above, but without the Lyman peep and with open sights.

The barrel is finished with black Dura-Coat, stock is finished with primer and black hammer- finished paint of automotive quality. Price is $700 for the basic rifle plus whatever extras, like different sights,  that you might want.   Scope mounts and S&H are  extra. Get a look at accessories available in Parts and Supplies at the bottom of this page.


White Tominator with pistol grip- This is an experimental folding shotgun based on the Tominator, It has a Delrin stock with fiberglass fill. It is 12 gauge, barrel is 20′ long with rib and with my custom Super Turkey .660 choke. The folding stock is a Butler Creek. All internal parts are the same as any other Tominator in-line shotgun. The finish is a little rough simply because it’s experimental- Black Dura-coat  on everything.

 Experimental means not all parts are standard. In this one, the action is an S-series, where the standard Tominator is a BG-Series. I designed it as a project gun for WhiteRifles, but they wanted nothing to do with it.


It is priced to sell at $500. It’s ugly but very functional. Uses #11  caps and the BP-12 shotcup, a sample included with the buy. Guaranteed to satisfy as usual.


MK-6  This also an experimental arm, designed with the AK-47 in mind, the action and barrel beneath  the ramrod instead of the traditional way. This reduces recoil and any smoke is diverted down rather than up into the shooter’s vision.

The stock is tough plain maple painted deep forest green, the metal is Dura-coated. The barrel is by Criterion, best there is, 504 caliber for my big slip-fit  or saboted bullets. It will shoot as well as any other Doc-designed rifle.


The action is really an upside-down G-Series, the only thing new is the trigger group, which I invented. It’s easily adjustable. Barrel is 22 inches, tapered.  sight is a 30 mm red-dot. There is an inch thick recoil pad.




Custom full- stock super safari

SuperSafariM98RightFullThe Super Safari is my favorite model of all the WHITE rifles I’ve designed. I just love fullstocks. Custom Super Safari’s are available using your Super-91, M98 or ThunderBolt action and barrel. E-mail doc@whitemuzzleloading.com to order.   Since  they are custom, you can have about what you want. You have to furnish the barreled action. Prices start at  $300 but  can go  higher  depending on what  features  are  included.


Below you will see some examples of Sporting Rifles that DOC has crafted. All feature the classic  Manton- designed breech with a Henry lock and drip bar,  plus a fast twist, shallow-groove  barrel made for elongated , lubricated, slip-fit bullets,  which are  the outstanding features of the type. They exell at long range shooting.

Other features can include round or octagon barrels of any length, straight or tapered, set triggers,  straight or pistol grips,  any length pull you might want,  steel or rubber butt-pads or plates,  fore-arm tips made of ebony or metal,  cap boxes, checkering and any combination of sights including long scopes.  All are made  for shooting heavy, long, high Ballistic Co-efficient  bullets very accurately over long distances. I have seen, and have shot, 4″ groups at 700 yards on good days with these rifles.

Get in touch with Doc  if you want one.  A simple sporting rifle starts at $1500 (sights  not included),  and can go double that depending on what you want. Your choice of sights is particularly important.  There is a huge variety of styles and quality available. The best are indeed expensive but are absolutely required  for the finest results.  You have to choose what sights you want and will be billed for them separately or buy them on your own.


Doc White sporting rifles usually come with blued metal and English red walnut stocks, but you can order what you want. There will be a best quality flat spring traditional percussion lock with Manton breech, with best quality barrel available in .451 caliber with 1-18 to 22 ” twist or in  .500 caliber with 1-24 to 28″ twist, your choice.. They will shoot all the White slip-fit bullets just as well as the White Super 91, Whitetail and others: the barrels are the same dimensions. Similar rifles are available on custom order from White Muzzleloading with fancy maple or English walnut stocks. Prices start at $1500. Email for price and availability. See below for more examples of the art.

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The Manton breech design on the White Sporting Rifle is the best and strongest ever devised, modern or antique. It’s massive, functional, ergonomic and super-strong but handsome, far stronger and better than any Hawken percussion breeching.  Most originals are very plain but also very strong.

Above- a RIGBY style .451 with pistol grip, a round barrel and a Malcolm style 3X scope. Very accurate at long range with slip-fit  bullets.

A Rigby Sporting-Target rifle in .367 caliber for 300 grain slip-fit bullets. The rear sight is a mid-range ladder, good for up to 700 yards, the front a Globe.

Another Sporting Target rifle in dark maple with tall rear peep good for 1000 plus yard shooting and Globe front sight. The DST was unusual in Britain. The SST were sometimes used. Note that the most consistent part of all three rifles is the lock and breaching.




I lucked into some new old stored .504 barrel blanks by Criterion, found them in a garage. bought out of the sale when White Systems went under. They are 20 years old but in perfect condition. Criterion made the best barrels White ever used so these were a real find.

You are seeing the beginnings of  a new Custom Bison , the barrel trimmed to one inch diameter, 24 inches long , 504 caliber, with  a new custom stock in tough maple, designed specifically for use with a scope. We will install  new but old stored original parts to complete the action. The trigger will be by  Timney, same as on a Mauser bolt rifle, adjustable for weight of pull, better than the old Bold trigger. The rifle comes drilled and tapped for  scope  and peep  bases. (no barrel sights except on custom order at extra cost since everyone usually mounts a scope), with black Dura-Coat finish on  barreled action. Price is $750 for the basic rifle plus sights and whatever extras you might want and S&H.


The photo shows the basic rifle, no action parts yet, no sling swivels yet, no scope mounts yet.  Almost any custom addition you might want is available. 


Here is  the finished rifle – ready to mount a scope or peep and shoot!

Since the gun is custom, 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 at no extra cost. FRONT and REAR open sights (you have to specify exactly what sight you want), SCOPE BASES or a rear mounted LYMAN 57A totally adjustable  peep,  all come at extra cost. Goto  ‘On Sale’ under Parts and Supplies to see what is available.

Here is a custom Bison with a 24 inch Criterion barrel, Timney trigger and Lyman totally adjustable peep in a 4A  tigered maple stock. 


Here is another fancy Bison  without the peep but equipped with a set of Weaver forward scope mounts. The front ring is mounted forward so you get good eye relief, no black eyes or cut forehead with this scope mount.

White  Tominator shotgun  is now available as a custom shotgun, made by Doc with a brand new BG-Series action, ribbed and straight rifled 12 gauge barrel in-line shotgun just like the originals. The stock is plain , strong maple with inch thick recoil pad, painted any color you want, even camo, The metal is blued. 

Improvements include a Timney adjustable trigger in a stainless trigger guard and Doc’s custom Super Turkey .660 choke capable of 90% first shot patterns.

Your cost is $750 including the Super Turkey choke plus S&H. Be sure to order early. I try to keep one on hand but they disappear pretty quick when turkey season approaches.




#915- Here is one for the books. This 1870 Springfield 50/70 came off the nearby Ute reservation, finally pried it away from the collector who recovered it from “an old indian” decades ago. You can see it’s in ratty condition,  bore corroded, beat up and well used with fore-stock amputated, a fore sight replacement and a beautiful original rawhide repair on the wrist, black with sweaty hands and use over many years. The 7th Cavalry was here  1864-1902 and this gun could well have originated there. They were called ‘buffalo soldiers’ then and since as many of them were black. If you want something really Indian, this as close as you can get, the rawhide repair is obviously old and original and it came from the right place.  FOR SALE   POR   BEST OFFER


Of  course, the old thing is for sale, Price on request.Make an offer.

  Cimmarron copy of the 1872 open top Colt revolver, 38s  Special caliber, 5.5 inch barrel, 1860 style grip, almost new, fired  only a little and never with black powder. Comes with  right handed cross body professionally made lined holster and a beautifully tacked  cartridge BELT BAG.      FOR SALE, MAKE AN OFFER  

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This precious pre- WWI drilling was made by August Jung  of Suhl, Germany. I just love it. It is a double 16 gauge by 8 X 57 JRS drilling, a real work of art, excellent bores, excellent and expert wood and art work, checkered grip and forearm a bit worn, many small, shallow use marks do little to detract from the beauty of the gun, triple cocking indicators, locks up as if new, pop- up rear rifle sight, safety on left grip as usual, no rust or corrosion but the original bright steel action finish has darkened with the years. The blue is about 85%, the original stock varnish as all there, no bare wood. The is  single crack in the wood of the buttstock , top left at the buttplate, hard to see in the photo.

 I have owned it for 40 years, hunted with it twice, once for pheasant, once for deer, easy kills both times. Several boxes of rifle cartridges come with the gun.





I am looking for $4000 but will listen to offers.



G-Series Bison barreled action, new Criterion barrel , 504 caliber 24″ long , 1-28 twist, .035 grooves, best quality barrel White ever used, Never fired, brand new. $400 machined to final form, polished and bead blasted, ready for final finish.

Criterion .504 caliber barrel, 1-24 twist. .o35 deep rifling, 1 1/8th  inch diameter,  x 25 ” long, cut for White nipple-breechplug , threaded to fit G-series action- $350 



G-SERIES 209 CONVERSION KIT= 2 pieces, breech-plug for 209 primer with retaining wire plus striker. Chang-over is simple. Replace the Nipple breech-plug in your Whitetail, Bison or M97 Whitetail Hunter  with this new 209 breech-plug, replace the #11 cap hammer with this 209 striker. 209 primers give you the advantage of more and hotter fire to light the newer black powder substitute powders like PyrodeP, 777 and Blackhorn 209.  $100 plus $10 for USPS Priority insured.



S-SERIES 209 CONVERSION KIT for the White Super-91, Super-Safari and M98 Elite Hunter. Change-over is easy. Just install new 209 breech-plug with retaining wire in place of  old #11 cap breech-plug and replace old #11 hammer with new 209 striker. Take advantage of hotter 209 fire to light off the newer powders. Especially good with PyrodexP, 777 and Blackhorn’s  new 209 powder.  $100 for the kit plus $10 for USPS Priority insured.


Stainless steel trigger guard, finished and polished, fits all White rifles and many modern rifles too, very high quality-$50

stainless steel, hardened nipple-breechplug for  BG-Series shotgun, fits #11 cap- $60

Stainless steel, hardened nipple-breechplug for White  G, S, BG, and SG- Series rifles and pistols, uses #11 cap- $50


 Timney trigger, adapted to fit  all White actions, totally adjustable, right side safety , very high quality-$140

Mainspring for G, BG and SG actions- 22 lb, $15, the hook on the end is important, it holds the action end cap more securely.

Cocking handle for White  G, SG, BG  actions- $15. The mainspring detent fits into the slot shown on the right and locks the cocking handle in place.

 Lyman 57A totally adjustable peep, shown mounted on a White Bison rifle. All White rifle  actions  are drilled and tapped for this peep. Very high quality, best there is- $140

Williams dove-tail mounted folding rear sight, just what you want in the rear sight slot when the main rear sight is a peep or scope-$30

Williams dove-tail mounted rear sight, drift adjustable for windage, screw adjustable for height, Both the dovetail and the rear sight blade lock in with a screw. you won’t need a drift and hammer to adjust windage, just a screw-driver to fit the small screws.- $30

Williams dove-tail mounted  brass bead front sight for Bison-$20 

 Williams dove-tail mounted  front  fiber optik red FireSight-$30

 Houge inch thick grindable recoil pad 5″ x 2″- $30

Weaver bases and forward 1″ rings, fits all White rifles, the forward feature puts the eye-peice of the scope far enough away from the eye so you don’t get banged by the scope.  Take it off for cleaning, put it back on without losing point of aim. Highly recomended- $50 for the complete set. $20 for the bases, alone, $30 for the forward quad rings alone.

 Sling eye-screws- $5 each

End cap, fits White G,BG,SG-Series actions, steel (not stainless) -$30

 Hammer, fits G,BG, SG Series actions, stainless steel for easy clean-up, specify action= $30

mainspring detent, fits G, BG, SG actions, locks the cocking handle in place $20

 Breechplug with inter-changable feature, may use choice of 1/4 X 28 Musket or #11 cap, just insert the proper nipple. Nipple not furnished.- $50.   You will need an extra wide screwdriver to  install or remove it.  The larger one is for the BG Tominator shotgun, the smaller fits all S,G and SG Series actions. See below.


Extra wide screwdiver to fit slot on nipple interchangable  breech-plug above- ,  has a  1/4 inch hex to fit your 1/4″ hex wrenchg set-$20      


 Ramrod spring for all white rifles- $5

Williams front ramp, single screw, 3/16″high, fits all White rifles with tapered barrels .- $20

Foldable adjustable rear sight for dovetail slot- $30


Colonial choke , 12 or 20 gauge, available in Skeet- .730, (choke bore),Modified- .720, Full- .710, Extra Full- .700, $30 each

Doc’s Super Turkey choke, 12 gauge only, each one is custom so you choose the tightness of the choke, not recommended below .660. .665-.670.seems to be best. $70

 White ramrods, as original, made of Delrin with double brass ends, one tapped 8 X 32 for accessories, the other a cleaning jag $50. Every one is custom, specify caliber and length. 

Never-Seez breech plug lube, best there is. Be sure to lube the breech plug every time you clean the gun and clean the gun every time you shoot it. A bottle will last a lifetime. $50

Super 91 Bell & Carlson fiber-composite stock, I have one really good one $500 and two seconds $200




 Super 91 Grey Laminate stock. I have three brand new old stored $300

 SuperSafari fullstock by Bell & Carlson, fiber-composite, fits Super 91, M98 Elite Hunter and ThunderBolt barreled actions with minor fitting. I have about a dozen, all new old stored. Furniture for them, like trigger guards and nose caps are also available.


ThunderBolt gray laminate stock, same as the Super-91 stock but with cutout for the ThunderBolt bolt handle, all used , various grades, $200-$300

Bell an Carlson fiber composite stocks for  the Super Safari, really a Super 91 with a fullstock. Can be fitted with M98 Elite Hunter or ThunderBolt. Brand New old stored. I have a dozen. $300


Doc designed stock for G-series rifles, available in many grades of maple, the best and strongest stock wood there is. 98% fit for a White G-series action and bull barrel but will also fit a Whitetail tapered barrel with full-length float. Plain-A-$200, AA-modest tigering on at least one side, usually both- $ 250, AAA- good figure both sides-$300, AAAA unusually fine tigering, rare, hard to find- _$300 up 

 this one is AAA but the photo  doesn’t show it

 White bullets for .451 caliber rifles,  sized and lubricated with Power-Lube to .450 caliber, weigh 360 grains, cast of pure new lead with 2% tin, the old White formula.  Use as is in your .451 White rifle, they will slip down the bore with a single finger on the ramrod then belly up with the shot, catching the rifling. They are very accurate with even modest loads yet retain lots of velocity and energy down-range for great game downing power.

You can also use them in a 50 caliber rifle by fitting them into a .50 caliber sabot made for .450-.452 caliber bullets. I like the Harvester crush rib sabot best. My old lubricated Power-Star sabot was better but is no longer available. This 360 gr. bullet’s BC is far better than any short 45 cal pistol bullet, with better accuracy, down-range power and energy than any shorter bullet. It’s a killer at 200 yards, knocks big deer flat. $5 per 10 in a plastic Super-Keeper, $50 per 100.


7- KITS- All parts included except where noted. your cost is my cost. Finishing  materials not included. 

Bison kit- all parts you need to build your own Bison rifle- $600

#719- US Cadet musket, issued to military cadets at West Point and the Virginia Military Institute in the 1840’s, looks like a lightweight 1835 Flintlock musket but with shorter pull, shorter barrel and lighter barrel in 58 rather than 69 caliber. The stock will need cutting down to the smaller size of course. It will make a perfect trainer gun for a young man or woman. The pull will be 13 1/2 inches to fit a smaller person. My cost $700. Highest quality parts.



   B405  grain lubricated Bullets for 45-70 and other 458 caliber cartridge rifles, sized and lubed, I have about a thousand, $10 per 100, cheap just to get rid of them. They usually sell for better than $50/100.

Bear Creek swedged 255 gr.  lead bullets with out-side lube for 35-55, one of my favorite calibers. I no longer have a 38-55, so the bullets are cheap, $10/100 jut to be rid of them. They sell for 3 time that price usually. I have about 500 of them