Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Louie Parker in the Pages of the January/February 2022 Issue of Muzzeloader



Detail from The Hunters, an original oil painting by David Wright. From the collection of Ken & Linda Grimes.

3 Letters from Our Readers
7 Doin’ It Yourself A Leather Covered Powder Flask — T. C. Albert
17 Shooting the Bull The Mystery Continues — Mike Nesbitt
25 Cache of the Hollow Tree The Remarkable Life of Sam Houston, Part VI — Tony Hunter
33 Dispatches from New England Noble Training — Vincent C. Spiotti
43 18th Century Traveler If I Cannot Be Daniel Boone, I Guess I Will Be Simon Kenton Instead, Part II — Matt Wulff
53 On the Game Trail Texas Rio Grande Turkey Hunt — Mike Yancey
60 Commitment and Craftsmanship: Master Arms Maker Louie Parker — Joshua Shepherd
75 Winter Gear — Nathan Kobuck
83 And the Beat Goes On, Jim Chambers Passes the Reins to Daughter Barbie — Dick Weaver
89 The Honourable Company of Horners 25th Anniversary Auction — Kris Polizzi
95 A Visit to the Museum of the American Revolution — Dick Weaver
109 Classified Ads
111 Index of Display Advertisers
112 For the Bookshelf

Commitment and Craftsmanship: Master Arms Maker Louie Parker

The above and below photos were supplied to Muzzleloader Magazine from the blog to use in the article. Not all photos were used.
Louie deserved to have an article written about him. He is a man of amazing talent and a gentleman.
Many of the photographs in the article were done by Louie's wife, Faye.

All work by Louie Parker on the blog can be seen here.

Photography by Jan Riser.

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