A listing of known artisans (alive & deceased), compiled for research purposes.

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Artisan NameBrian Anderson
Artisan CategoryTomahawks, axes, knives and forgings
Artisan Bio

muzzle loading shooter since 1949
made first powderhorn 1950
have been hunting with muzzleloaders since november 1950
began repairing existing guns and making accouterments in early 50's

Am a professional blacksmith and make tomahawks, knives, horns, two or three guns a year (mostly flint period american but including 16th &17th century european), strikers and small tools. Also general blacksmithing.
Best of show & Judges choice - rifles - Dixons 1996
Am a reenactor portraying a member of a lake champlain area french militia unit in the 1750's. I usually bring a portable bellows & forge to events

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Address447 Frank Orvis Rd
Bristol, VT 5443
United States of America
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Phone802 453 2199
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