Member: NMLRA, NRA, CLA, 1775 Lebanon Town Militia

How to Purchase a Black Hart Gun

Step One: Gun Selection
You must select the gun you want me to build. Pieces I’ve made for customers over the years are displayed in the Photo Gallery. If one of these long arms appeals to you, let me know through the Internet or by telephone.

If you prefer additional choices, many books on the subject of long rifles originally created in 1740-1840 are available on popular bookstore Internet sights. Two titles that many of my customers have found useful are: Pennsylvania Long rifles of Note, by George Shumway and The Kentucky Rifle, by the Kentucky Rifle Association. I can copy any American long arm in these and most other books on the subject. 

Step Two, Deposit and Contract
Once you have made your selection, a $1000 deposit secures you a slot in my schedule. Upon receipt of your deposit, I will send you a formal “Gun Building Contract” that guarantees your satisfaction with the piece when you receive it.

Step Three: Balance of Bill
When your gun is completed, the balance of my labor, parts, and shipping fees are due. After I receive the full balance, I ship and insure your gun.

Total prices for pieces made from blank stocks range from $2500 to $5000, pieces made from kits are somewhat less.


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About Ed Parry

Contact: 50 Jeremy Hill Rd
N. Stonington, CT 06359