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Pennsylvania Kentucky Rifle

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Pennsylvania Kentucky Rifle

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Published by Random House Value Publishing .
Written in English

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    Open LibraryOL7675775M
    ISBN 100517089548
    ISBN 109780517089545

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The Pennsylvania-Kentucky Rifle Paperback – September 1, by Pennsylvania Kentucky Rifle book J. Kauffman (Author)Cited by: 1. Editorial Reviews. Kindig's thoughts concern American flintlock rifles as works of art. Many separate schools of gunsmithing from early Pennsylvania and Maryland are treated here.

On the basis of information gained since this book was first published inDr. George Shumway has provided many annotations and some additional illustrations/5(3). Daniel Boone's use of the Pennsylvania Long Rifle in Kentucky made it so famous that it became more widely known as the Kentucky Rifle.

According to historian Henry Kauffman, prior to the introduction of the Pennsylvania Long Rifle, most firearms found in North. Excellent clean crisp and tight copy of this great book about the " Kentucky"/ Pennsylvania Rifle.

The Pennsylvania~Kentucky Rifle. Henry J. Kauffman Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, PA. Hard Cover. Book Pennsylvania Kentucky Rifle book Very Good.

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 4to - over 9Ü" - 12" tall. () pp. Original brown cloth covers, a bit rubbed at. The Kentucky (or Pennsylvania) Long Rifle was the most accuratelong-range gun for several first documented appearance of rifling was in Germany around The flintlock was developed in the early 's.

By the late 's gunsmiths wereexperimenting with longer barrels than the forerunner Yaeger. Rather than being primarily a picture book, the Pennsylvania-Kentucky Rifle is Pennsylvania Kentucky Rifle book study of Pennsylvania Kentucky Rifle book history and characteristics of the Pennsylvania rifle and of the trade and individual gunsmiths that created them.

This book is Out of Print, try a search Pennsylvania Kentucky Rifle book Alibris or Seeing Through the Pennsylvania Kentucky Rifle book of. Art of Building the Pennsylvania Longrifle, an illustrated instruction manual, by Dixon, Ehrig, and Miller: Part Number: BOOK-ABPL: Availability: Price: The Modern Kentucky Pennsylvania Kentucky Rifle book, illustrated instructions, for gun builders, by R.

McCrory Part Number: BOOK-MKR. published by the The Kentucky Rifle Foundation: Robert Lienemann and team extend their previous pioneering study focusing on the gunshops at Bethlehem and Christian’s Spring ; Photos and descriptions of over 20 long guns and pistols, including two unpublished Oerter rifles, one in.

Just below you will find an alphabetical listing of riflemakers in the KRF database. Riflemakers are listed by their state and school. Click on the area of interest and. Most of the major texts concerning American "Kentucky" rifles have addressed somewhat cursorily the various schools of Pennsylvania riflemaking, and among the schools so described one will inevitably come across - alternately - the terms "Lehigh Valley" school, "Lehigh County" school, "Allentown/Bethlehem" school and "Northampton County" school.

American Longrifles is the more accurate term for the class of uniquely American firearms better known as Kentucky or Pennsylvania rifles. While the focus of this site is the Pennsylvania Kentucky Rifle book long rifle in all its incarnations, it is also a home for all those crafts persons preserving a bit of the past by building traditional muzzle loading sporting.

This intensive study and exacting research by Kauffman has brought to light a tremendous amount of information on America's first great rifle. First printed inthis book has an extensive listing of gunsmiths and the Read about the rifle that was made in America by gunsmiths who migrated to Lancaster Co., Pa., from central Europe in the /5(3).

Gobbler Knob Custom Longrifles are patterned after rifles built during the “Golden Age” of the Pennsylvania longrifle, which is generally considered to be from to Instead of building an exact copy, I prefer to be influenced by the myriad of artisans from this period and in the process, create a rifle that reflects the best this.

The long rifle, also known as longrifle, Kentucky rifle, Pennsylvania rifle, or Pennsylvania Kentucky Rifle book longrifle, was one of the first commonly used rifles for hunting and warfare.

It is characterized by an unusually long barrel, a Pennsylvania Kentucky Rifle book in American rifles that was uncommon in European rifles of the same of origin: Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA.

The Paperback of the Pennsylvania-Kentucky Rifle by Henry J. Kauffman at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow (for mozilla firefox Author: Henry J.

Kauffman. First printed inthis book has an extensive listing of gunsmiths and the stylized work of the makers. Various rifles are identified with many photos and sketches and documentary data.

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Read about the rifle that was made in America by gunsmiths who migrated to Lancaster Co., Pa., from central Europe in the first half of the 18th century. The Pennsylvania-Kentucky Rifle Main Street Fine Books & Manuscripts, ABAA Harrisburg: Stackpole Books, Hardcover.

4to. In a darker portion of American history, Boone also used his rifle as a powerful weapon against Native Americans, specifically the Shawnee. As a result of his success as a frontiersman in Kentucky, people began to refer to his Pennsylvania Long Rifle as a Kentucky Long Rifle, hence the name change.

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rare the pennsylvania-kentucky rifle: a lancaster tradition - $35 (manheim township) Offered for sale is this Hardcover book printed by the Science Press, Ephrata, PA.

This is a “like new” first edition copy. /4 x /4" in size. Buy The Pennsylvania-Kentucky rifle by Henry J Kauffman online at Alibris.

We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now.4/5(1). The Lexington Rifle – This rifle is a copy of an original by William Turner Bryan (circa ).

It is typical of the work done by the family of Bryan gunsmiths and features the distinctive two-piece Lexington patchbox. The rifle was built as a donation to the Contemporary Longrifle Foundation’s live auction in Lexington, Kentucky.

The Kentucky (or Pennsylvania) Long Rifle was the most accuratelong-range gun for several first documented appearance of rifling was in Germany around The flintlock was developed in the early 's. By the late 's gunsmiths wereexperimenting with longer barrels than the forerunner Yaeger.

Book Overview A handy and definitive work on the famed Kentucky Rifle (made in Pennsylvania, but used on the Kentucky Frontier). Their evolution, stylistic development, artistry, makers, and uses are discussed and b&w illustrated in photos and drawings.

Lancaster rifles were used all along the frontier in Pennsylvania before and during the Revolutionary War and were carried west into Ohio and Kentucky and south into Virginia, Tennessee and the Carolinas after the Revolution.

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$ + $ Shipping. The Plains Rifle. $ + $ Shipping. Picture Information. Opens image Rating: % positive. : The Pennsylvania Kentucky Rifle: Thrid Printing Fine in light brown cloth covered boards with black text on the spine and on the front board. A quarto measuring 11" by 8 1/2".

In a near fine unclipped dust jacket with the spine area faded. pages including an index, glossary, biographies of gun makers and text. Illustrated throughout with line drawings and black and white. books available on this subject before starting your project. Especially if this is your first rifle.

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Known also, at a later time (post ,) as the “Kentucky” rifle because of the feats performed with it by Daniel Boone and other woodsmen in winning the land beyond the mountains as well as its exploits at the Battle of New Orleans, this superb weapon was the handiwork of several generations of Pennsylvania gunsmiths.

Just about every county in Pennsylvania had its own unique style of rifle building, and there were rifle makers in Virginia, the Carolinas and, eventually, in points west like Tennessee.

George Shumway’s two-volume set, Rifles of Colonial America, is the. It is a pleasure to offer this wonderful Kentucky Rifle made by Peter Berry (of first Dauphin and now Lebanon County, Pennsylvania) and so signed on top of its barrel. Not much is known about Berry other than the fact that his will, datedwas executed by Jacob Dickert, also a.

We are presenting for sale a hardback book entitled THE PENNSYLVANIA KENTUCKY RIFLE written by HENRY J. KAUFFMAN. The book was published by Bonanza Books in The book is in VERY GOOD condition according to the standards of the American Book Association.

The dust jacket is in GOOD Rating: % positive. The Pennsylvania-Kentucky rifle. [Henry J Kauffman] -- "The major fuction of this book is to inform the reader about the development and use of the rifle in Pennsylvania"--Page 1.

Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Collection of Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum.

While it has often been misnamed “The Kentucky Rifle” because of its use on the early trans-Appalachian frontier and because of a ballad written about the Kentucky frontiersmen and their rifles in the Battle of New Orleans, the long rifle actually originated in southeastern Pennsylvania.

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The Pennsylvania-Kentucky rifle. [Henry J Kauffman] -- This intensive study of the rifle is confined to the muzzle-loaders made in Pennsylvania. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Some features of WorldCat will not be available.

The signed, Frederick Klette rifle of circa (Fig. 10) is likely the singularly most published Kentucky rifle. Klette was the master armorer at the Rappahannock Forge in Falmouth, VA during the Revolutionary War, and his home was the crossroads of Stevensburg in Culpeper County, VA outside of Fredericksburg, VA German-style lock on this rifle is signed “F Klette”, and the.

The Kentucky rifle is known by many different names including the Pennsylvania rifle and the long rifle. The Kentucky rifle was one of the most manufactured American rifles in the s and was used extensively in the American Revolution.

The Kentucky rifle was originally a flintlock design, but evolved into a percussion rifle as the technology. The Pennsylvania rifle, from about on, almost universally known as the Kentucky rifle, is a special American gun. For decades in American History, it was the best shooting long-distance rifle in America.

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