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CLA Fundraising Auction

Marc Tornichio's early southern rifle is now posted on the auction site. This is a really great gun by an outstanding young CLA artist. Take a look Click on the CLF section, then click on 2014 auction then scroll down through the artists and click on Marc's name. If you have not visited before, click on all of them for a treat. Remember the Auction is on Friday night at the show in Lexington.

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$1.008/10/2014
Soft sole mocs

Used soft sole mocs, womens size 9. Shipping 8.00 sold pending payment

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$10.009/22/2014
Lehigh Liberty Lady Pin

Mystery has long shrouded the carved and inlayed figures found on arms built in the Lehigh Valley region and occasionally eastern Berks county. Is it a woman with a hat? A Native American figure? Most longrifle scholars now believe that the figure represents the "Lady Liberty", who symbolizes the revolution and freedom. This design was modeled referencing two different inlays on original Lehigh Valley rifles by Herman Rupp. This pin is produced in pewter, with a tumbled finish, made 100% in the USA by a small environmentally responsible company. Each pin is individually packaged and displayed on an attractive figured maple background. Dimensions are 1 1/4" x 5/8". Introductory price per pin is $10 plus $4 shipping in a padded envelope. Pins can also be purchased in person at shows and demonstrations. See my schedule of events on the Contact page at www.neahkahnieflintlocks.com. Please email me to purchase a pin, Thank you!

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$10.00

2/6/2014
RENDERED BEAR FAT

Dunrustic rendered bear fat to oil. One of the best oils for your leather goods, shot patches, and even whipping down your rifle. These 2 oz bottles are handy and will last a long time. Each bottle is $12.00 plus $3.00 for S&H&INS in USA. Buy 2 or more bottles and we'll pay your shipping. PayPal or MO. PayPal or MO. Thank you.

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$12.003/27/2014
Double Rendered Bear Fat

Dunrustic; I've had some inquires about our 2oz tins of bear grease and what's in them. This is twice rendered bear fat, twice rendered white tail deer suet, bees wax, and sweet oil. I use it for waterproofing and conditioning all my leather, patch lube, wiping down my rifle, axes, and knives. We burnish the 2oz tins. The leather pouches are bark tanned whitetail and sewn with waxed linen thread and a leather thong for closing. The tins are $12.00 each and $3.00 S&H&INS. A tin with a pouch is $25.00 and $3.00 S&H&INS. Any order of 2 or more items is FREE shipping in USA. Thank You.

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$12.001/19/2014
Polished Cow Horns/Unpolished Cow Horns

Two new shipments of horns for all your powder horn needs! Polished Horns ranging in size from 6 inches to 24 inches all sizes $15. Discounts for volume of 100 horns or more. Unpolished horns range in size from 36 inches down to 20. Great for cup stock, tips, and materials. Prices range from $20 - $10 per horn depending on size. Cup blanks already cut $6 each.

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$15.003/11/2014
Shadows In The Forest: Woodland Warriors of the Mississippi Valley

Hardbacks are sold out! Thank you to all who supported and help sell out the hardcover edition in less than a month of its publication. Softcover edition - $19.95 plus $3.00 shipping Hardcover edition - $39.95 plus $3.00 shipping (Limited edition signed and numbered 1-50, signed by the author and cover artist David Wright.) Wholesale orders also available. Shadows In The Forest is written in two parts. The first part is dedicated to the woodland Indians who called the Mississippi Valley their home for centuries. Using primary source documentation, author Tim L. Jarvis gives a history of this once great and powerful Algonquian speaking Illinois Confederacy. The research and information provided is not meant to be the complete history of the Illinios Nation nor does it conclude the authors research on the topic. The authors goal is to provide a building block for others to pick up where he has left off and continue to garner attention towards a nation that has not received the proper attention that it deserves throughout the course of history. The second part is dedicated towards conducting a historically accurate portrayal of a non-nation specific woodland Indian. As a living history interpreter, the author wants to share the knowledge that he has gained through research, along with his personal experiences from over fifteen years of living history reenacting and experimental archaeology, to help you as the reader become a better living history reenactor. The goal is to provide the reader with quality information on how to conduct a more accurate woodland Indian portrayal. After reading this book, the author encourages the reader to continue to research, study primary source documentation, and learn more about your specific impression. Shadows In The Forest will be available through Warriors Trail, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and most other major retailers. Also now available through Muzzleloader Magazine and the Log Cabin Shop. The preferred ordering method is via credit card at www.shadowsintheforest.com. Email me for other payment options.

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$20.008/20/2014
Port a crayon (pencil) (ALL SOLD)

These are made by me in my shop.. They are 5/16 in diameter All will vary in size and length as each are made one at a time. I designed these from the numerous originals I have looked at and been able to make this "version" at a affordable price so you can now have something "cool" to write with at events and on the trail. They are $20 each plus shipping which runs about $5 To order send email to: CalumetOrder@yahoo.com I take Paypal, check or money order.. THESE ARE READY TO SHIP Thanks Ken D. Bueche

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$20.00

12/19/2013
Day Horn

For Sale an priming or day horn iron staple in a curly maple butt plug. The horn is 7 on the O/S curve and is 5 at the butt end. The horn has a nice olive drab color and is from a goat horn. Nice patina and color. Originally got the horn in trade from Rick Howard of MO and just need to clean up some "inventory". PayPal is accepted or personal check to clear my bank. Shipping is extra and should run about $5.00 prox. For any questions or extra pictures email bourquinblades@yahoo.com Price excluding shipping is $20.00. The item will be considered sold to the first email contact with a firm acceptance. Thank you for looking.

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$20.00

9/23/2014
Breeches

A pair or dark brown breeches made by Kathy Ring of Cobb Creek Merchants. Not sure if they have been worn, were originally purchased for one of the sons. Both of whom have outgrown them. So, have I! Size 32. Excellent condition. Again, I do not think they were ever worn. Just going through my gear and sorting things out. The photo is a bit blurry, but you can make out the label. PayPal is accepted or personal check to clear my bank. Shipping is extra and should run about $5.50 prox. For any questions or extra pictures email bourquinblades@yahoo.com Price excluding shipping is $20.00. The item will be considered sold to the first email contact with a firm acceptance. Thank you for looking.

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$20.00

9/23/2014
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