Plain Maple, Inletted for Barrel & Ramrod Channel. 90% Shaped.
Colerain Barrels in the following sizes:
comes with barrel
Plain Steel Rear & Cast Steel Front
Three Stake-in Tennons
Two Plain Round Steel 3/8" or 5/16" Thimbles
Stainless Steel 1/4x28
Steel Stamped Tennessee Sideplate
|Choose one of the following: ||$25.00|
Ramrod with Tip
1/16" Pinning Wire and Instruction Sheet
Plain Maple, Inletted for Barrel & Ramrod Channel & 90% Shaped.
62(20ga.), 54 Caliber Smooth Bore 42 or 36" Bore with Breech Plug
Turtle Steel Front Sight
2 Solder on Tennons & 1 Stake in Tennon
Two Plain Round Steel Thimbles
L&R Queen Ann Flint or Classic Flint
Stainless Steel 1/4x28
8x32 Flat Head Sidelock Screw
Steel Stamped J. Long Sideplate
Steel Fowler Trigger Guard
TVM Trigger Assembly
3/8 Ramin Rod W/Steel Tip 8x32
1/16" Pinning Material with Helpful Hints Instruction Sheet
Asso. Wood Screws
Muzzleloader Kit Options
You may order any of our styles as a kit.
Choose the Builder's Kit or the TVM Standard Kit
Read below and click an image for more information.
This kit is recommended for advance/expert builders. It provides opportunity for the customer to do most of the building and all of the wood and metal finishing. Only single trigger is included in this kit. Our right and left hand customers can order this kit in any our styles: Tennessee - Basic or Poor Boy, Southern - Basic and Poor Boy, Early Virginia, Late Lancaster, Iron PA, Leman, Fowler or Tulle.
Estimated time of delivery is 2-5 weeks.
TVM Standard Kit
This kit is farther along in the building process and it is recommended for intermediate builders. This kit is available for our right and left hand customers in all styles: Tennessee - Basic or Poor Boy, Southern - Basic and Poor Boy, Early Virginia, Late Lancaster, Iron PA, Leman, Fowler or Tulle.
Estimated time of delivery is 4 - 6 weeks.
Tennessee Poor Boy
Southern Poor Boy
Early American Fowler
Tulle (Fusil de Chasse)
Please inquire for more details
Special order caliber
Special order custom length barrel
Alternate Locks available
Sling swivel & button
Curly Maple, Walnut, or Cherry
NOTE: We only provide estimated delivery dates due to the nature of our business. Customized orders are likely to have a longer wait time. Our first priority is quality which is driven by 30 years of pride and satisfied customers! All pricing is subject to change.
K-2 Appalachian Poor Boy Rifle
The rifle of the common man was generally not the fancy museum pieces we are all familiar with. More often than not the settlers of the early frontier were lucky to have a step up from the military smooth muskets of the day. If they could get their hands on a rifle they weren’t going to waste money on unnecessary frills or fancy’s.
The working mans gun was what we now call the “Poor Boy Rifle”.
These guns were made from hand forged local materials for the most part, with available parts like imported locks and barrels to end up with a good functional rifle at an affordable price.
Blackpowder shooters today have a similar choice. When you’re ready to step up from store bought guns to a custom kit project or finished gun you still want the most bang for the buck. For hunting or target shooting it’s hard to beat the value found in the Poor Boy offered from Sitting Fox.
The stock is in plain grade A maple shaped and inlet for a 13/16″ barrel channel and 5/16 or 3/8″ram rod channel for 32, 36, 40 or 45 calibers or 7/8″ for 45 or 50 caliber barrels. The lock area is not cut to allow your choice of locks. Lock inletting is available as a $50 option. Curly maple is available at $25 per grade to CM-3.
We have selected tried and true L&R Classic or Manton lock in flint or percussion.
The trim is in steel and molded from hand made originals. In Poor Boy fashion they only include 2 steel thimbles and a trigger guard and simple trigger, with no butt plate.
We can add a butt plate and cut it to fit for $30
Option #1will get the lock and trigger and tang inlet for you and the barrel breeched and underlugs and sights installed for an additional $150 to simplify the build.
These parts can be added to or upgraded as you desire but they make a good shooting rifle for a great price starting at $599
You may choose to order your rifle assembled in the white ready for your final wood and metal finish.
In Option #2,your rifle will arrive RTF, completely assembled and functional.
Its a great value at only $600 labor.
Check out “Finishing a gun in the white” on this site for more info.
You may choose to order your poor boy built to your specs and completely finished.
We will be happy to do this for you for an additional $800 labor.
Boy tennessee kit poor rifle
tennesee poor boy ??
I do not believe that I conjoined those two items, but you seem to think that I did. :hmm:
Two questions Crack Stock. How does a Butt plate prevent breakage in the wrist?
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My statement regarding loading on the top of your foot is a protective measure for the thin lock and wrist of some rifles, but can also serve to protect the weak toe if a rifle has no buttplate to strengthen that area.
To my mind, the lack of a buttplate is not an enhancement and is fairly rare. Look through Jerry Noble's books and other references. They are out there, but not common.
That would depend upon which "Kentucky rifle" is being discussed. Some are straighter and stronger than others, but generally speaking, they both share a weakness along the wrist and lock mortice. Selecting correct grain helps, but the thinness is still a concern.
Is a fine Golden Age Pennsylvania/Kentucky Longrifle really any stronger in the wrist?
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But the real discussion follows what a particular shooter wants out of a rifle. In my view, a fully fleshed out Southern gun is hard to beat. Others want something else.
Here is a well made, but sturdy example:
Might be thicker in the wrist than some rifles of this area, but it sure is a looker and feels even better.
Since we are also discussing buttplates, here is the hand forged buttplate protecting the bottom of the rifle:
Apparently, somebody at Dixon's had a high opinion of it...
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