A listing of known artisans (alive & deceased), compiled for research purposes.
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|Artisan Name||Terry Beevers|
|Artisan Category||Longrifles, pistols and fowlers|
I joined CLA in 2020. I am close to retiring from an Engineering Career. 18th century style wood working was started when I was a teenager working in my dad’s shop. We made post beds, grandfather clocks, farmhouse tables, pedestal tables, and many other types of period style furniture. I have continued this hobby for many decades.
Almost 4 years ago I met Ron Luckinbill and started learning the art of making long rifles. I remember my first rifle was scraped and rebuilt 5 times before it was acceptable. I met Jim Parker last year. He is a great teacher and mentor as well. I plan to continue posting Longrifles. Follow my Longrifles and furniture builds on Instagram at Beevers_Longrifles.
Thanks for taking time to look at my rifles.
|Address||45 Madelen Ct|
Pell City, AL 35128