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Greenhorn
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GRRW Collectors Association UPDATE

Good afternoon folks,

Just uploaded rebuilt website for Green River Rifle Works Collectors Association, we had a slight parts and labor increase. Nothing really noticeable (less than 1% which is great for those thinking about having a new GRRW.CA firearm built).

We had all (4) of the former gunsmiths; Doc White, Carl Walker, Les Bennett and Ron Paull study what things cost and keep the pricing at a fair market price for custom work.

I thank each one of you for your efforts, Doc told everyone “the prices for labor need to match or be very close to what guns of this quality are going for”. Everyone felt this needed to be done to be competitive with other custom muzzle-loading gunsmiths.

Check out the updated websites at:
GRRW.CA - Tripod
GRRW.CA - JOOM
GRRW.CA - GO DADDY

All three websites lead back to us for contact at: grrw.ca@gmail.com

Thank you for your time.

Buck Conner

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UPDATE (continued)

The number of guns produced, under construction or waiting to be built as of today are:

HAWKEN RIFLES
(2) ½ STOCK HAWKEN
(9) BRIDGER HAWKEN
(7) J&S HAWKEN
(1) 1970 GRRW (KIT) ½ STOCK HAWKEN

H.E. LEMAN RIFLES
(2) H.E. LEMAN TRADE RIFLES
(1) H.E.LEMAN SQUIRREL RIFLE
(2) H.E. LEMAN INDIAN TRADE RIFLES

H.E. LEMAN NW TRADE GUNS
(1) H.E. LEMAN NW TRADE GUN (LIMITED)
(4) H.E. LEMAN NW TRADE RIFLES

POOR BOYS
(1) POOR BOY RIFLE

TRAPPER PISTOLS
(3) TRAPPER PISTOLS

Not bad for a year and a half worth of work on a project that we were told “probably won’t happen” with the age of these smiths in their golden years. These guys haven’t lost anything in the way of their skill levels, just now they take breaks for gardening, hunting or fishing. Why not, when in your upper 70’s and early 80’s you have to do other chores too. Fun stuff ….

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