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The following pieces are contemporary accoutrements made by some of today's fine working craftsmen/craftswomen. Many are member of the Contemporary Longrifle Association (CLA), a non-profit organization of collaborative members, who are collectors, makers, and students dedicated to the art of contemporary longrifles, accoutrements and related items made after the mid-twentieth century.

Most of the items posted here are made by artisans who exhibit all year at Lord Nelson's Gallery, and attend the annual History Meets the Arts show in Gettysburg.

Enjoy the Art!

*Inventory Reduction Internet prices are currently available on items marked with a "$". Those items are available for online purchase to a U.S. address. Free shipping on any accoutrement purchase in the continental U.S.  
Steve Lodding:
Spiked War Club
  Fireman's Parade Axe
by Steve Lodding
  Steve Lodding:
Ribbed Tomahawk
Tomahawk with custom sheath by Steve Lodding
& Shawn Webster
  Shawn Webster &
Ken Bueche

Bag & Horn set
  Quilled Evening Bag
by Lally House
Knife with sheath
by Steve Lodding
& Shawn Webster
  Neck Knife with sheath
by Shawn Webster
  Neck knife & Sheath set by S. Lodding & S. Webster $  
Knife with beaver tail sheath
by Steve Lodding $
  Quill wrapped knife
by Kyle Willyard:
  Knife by Jeff Cline  
"Arkansas Toothpick" knife by Glenn McClain   Garfish Bag
by James Blake

by Tim Sanner
  Screwtip Horn
by Tim Sanner
by Tim Sanner
"We Recognize No..."
Horn by Tim Sanner
  Screwtip Horn
by Tim Sanner
Roland Cadle:
US Army War College Commemorative Horn
  Terry Methe:
Wooden Priming Flask


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