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An American Tradition - The House Brothers create a hand-made Kentucky Longrifle.
The completed House Brother Longrifle

Latest Photo Submission : The House Brothers 17/11/08

Gallery Name Description 

The Finished Rifle  A collection of photos of the handmade flintlock longrifle, made by Hershel, Frank & John House in their well known Woodbury Style of gunmaking. Mounted in iron hardware with distinguished touches of silver, it's relief carved with a 41" swamped barrel. 
Building the Rifle 1  It took more than a year to build the CLA "American Tradition" longrifle. While the rifle was being built, the process was documented on video by Hammond Communications Group and by photographers, Ric Lambert, H. David Wright, and Steve Auvenshine. 
Building the Rifle 2  More photos showing the building process of the House Brothers Rifle. 
The House Brothers  A gallery of intimate photos of the three House brothers; Hershel, Frank, and John as they met at Paris, Kentucky, Canter's Cave, Ohio, and Woodbury, Kentucky to build the CLA "American Tradition" handmade Kentucky rifle. 
Documenting the Building  The building process was documented on video by the Hammond Communications Group and by photographers Ric Lambert, Steve Auvenshine and H. David Wright. Take a look at the photos of the documentation team. 



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