Conner Prairie

Knife Making Part 1

Forge

Conner Prairie 21st Annual Art and Arms Making Workshop Larry Pletcher, Editor — Photo Credit: Steve Chapman, Larry Pletcher (Use your “back” button to return to the article.)     Read More »

Knife Making Part 2

Knife forging

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Engraving Class Part 1

Engraved Tang

Conner Prairie 21st Annual Art and Arms Making Workshop Larry Pletcher, Editor — Photo Credit: Steve Chapman, Larry Pletcher (Use your “back” button to return to the article.)     Read More »

Screw Tip Horn Class Part 2

Lancaster Screw Tips

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Screw Tip Horn Class Part 1

Lancaster horn display

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Jeff Bibb – Horn and Bag Maker

Jeff Bibb

September 2010 – vol.1, Larry Pletcher, editor Jeff Bibb is a maker of fine powder horns and shooting bags. He specializes in southern muzzleloading accessories. His banded horns and screw tips are my favorites. I enjoyed working beside Jeff at Conner Prairie. Jeff attends a number of Blackpowder events, among them are: Dixon’s Gunmakers Fair, CLA (Contemporary Longrifle Association, Lexington), Southern Long Rifle Show, Williamsburg, VA., 18th. Century Artisan’s Show, Lewisburg, PA, ... Read More »

Conner Prairie Traditional Arts and Arms Making Workshop

folding knife parts

The Conner Prairie 17th Annual Traditional Arts and Arms Making Workshop is history. Flintlock fans came from California to New England to learn from a core of talented instructors. A majority of the students come back year after year. Take a look at what you missed and what is in store for next year. If you shoot black powder, you’ll want to see this. I had heard about the Conner Prairie classes ... Read More »