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"Our mission is to preserve and present the art and industry of making early American muzzleloading firearms and accouterments. Bringing together artisans and crafts people that help create and support the gunmaking industry. Promote muzzleloading by giving seminars on topics such as gun making, horn making, bag making, gun collecting, match competition, hunting, historical re-enactments, and other educational based programs.”

Interested in Becoming a Sponsor for our
2024 Gunmakers Fair at Kempton?
Click HERE to download a form.

We would like to thank our 2024
Event Sponsors

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Richard F. (Francis) Hujsa (April 14, 1934 – November 25, 2019)

This venerable gentleman of eight decades was very well known by restoration Gunmakers; collectors within the Kentucky Rifle Association; students of the flintlock rifle at Jacobsburg Historical Society; and legions of builders that he mentored. Hujsa exhibited and judged rifles and accoutrements at every one of the 30-plus Gunmakers Fairs at Dixons Muzzleloading Gun Shop, Kempton. He was an active craftsman for 20-plus years at the JHS Kutztown Folk Festival exhibit tent. Rich assisted Dave Ehrig’s Continuing Education Course on building the Pennsylvania Flintlock Long Rifle building at Muhlenberg College; later continuing rifle building classes in the basement of the Pennsylvania Long Rifle Museum at Boulton, PA

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We would like to thank our 2024
Event Supporting Donors

  • Dave Ehrig

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