MUZZLELOADING -custom & modern guns
CUSTOM, RE-FURBISHED AND USED MUZZLELOADERS
Including MODERN cartridge guns-COWBOY rifles
& pistols-INLINE muzzleloaders-Doc designed muzzleloading PROTOTYPES
WHITE MUZZLELOADING SELLS, TRADES AND BUYS FINE
QUALITY CUSTOM MADE MODERN DAY MUZZLELOADERS AND HIGH QUALITY IN-LINE
MUZZLELOADERS. DOC PRODUCES A FEW QUITE HIGH GRADE GUNS ONE AT A TIME
AND SLOW WHILE WAITING FOR THE PHONE TO RING. MANY OF HIS PIECES ARE
EXPERIMENTAL AND SOME ARE QUITE UNUSUAL.. HE ONCE DID RESEARCH AND
DEVELOPEMENT FOR WHITE RIFLES LLC ,AND A FEW OTHERS, BUT THAT STUFF IS SUPPOSED TO BE A
HE ALSO MAKES TRADITIONAL FLINTLOCK AND PERCUSSION RIFLES AND
SHOTGUNS, HAWKENS, PEMMSYLVANIA-KENTUCKY RIFLES, DOUBLE BARRELED RIFLES
AND SHOTGUNS, THE OCCASIONAL MUZZLELOADING DRILLING, JAEGERS,
TRADITIONAL CARVED AND ENGRAVED FLINT GUNS OF THE COLONIAL PERIOD AND A
FEW PLAINS RIFLES. LATELY, HE'S BEEN INTO PAULY RIFLES (PAULY INVENTED
THE INLINE IN 1812) AND DOUBLE BARREL FLINTLOCKS. THESE MORE TRADITIONAL
GUNS CAN BE SEEN ON THE CUSTOM
Accurized-means that various standard techniques have been
utilized to render the gun more accurate, usually including glass
bedding, barrel straightening, bore cleansing, sometimes includes
bore scrubbing, bore lapping and conditioning.
Composite-means glass and sometimes Kevlar fiber reinforcement in
a molded stock. All such stocks are finished by painting, some few
might have a fake fancy wood finish.
‘GBW’-are Doc White’s initials. If ‘GBW’ is on the gun,
it means that he personally had something to do with the piece,
sometimes to its benefit.
the white' means that the gun is completely assembled and functional
with all parts in place, wood is sanded to at least an 80 grit finish,
metal has the rough edges polished off and is shaped. Does not include
staining on wood, oil or varnish, metal brown or blue, or bright polish
on metal. The buyer is expected to finish sand, stain and oil or varnish
the wood, finish polish & brown or blue the metal and engrave where
Calibers-are quoted in three numerals, White fashion, except
round ball guns are noted in two.
doc white designed guns and variations:
S-SERIES RIFLES: BASED ON AN IN-LINE ACTION ORIGINALLY DESIGNED BY DOC
WHITE IN THE LATE 1960'S, AND DEVELOPED OVER THE NEXT FEW DECADES,
SOLD IN 1991 AS THE SUPER-91, LATER AS THE SUPER-91-II, GRAND ALASKAN
AND EVENTUALLY THE THUNDERBOLT.
were made in two versions. The ‘early’ sported a Mauser type
hinged trigger (up to about serial #600), a side swing safety and a
spring clip hammer housing retention detent. The ‘later’ action
(beginning at about serial #600) had a screwed on trigger, a pull
and twist secondary safety as well as one on the trigger, and a
screw-in detent to hold the hammer housing in place.
SUPER-91-II'S LACKED THE RIB THAT ORIGINALLY
DECORATED THE SUPER-91, WITH DELRIN RAMROD FERRULES AND TRIGGER
THE GRAND ALASKAN WAS A HEAVY BARRELED ,
HEAVY CALIBERED SUPER 91 WITH STEEL FERRULES AND TRIGGER GUARD
THE THUNDERBOLT SPORTED A BOLT ACTION,
ACTUALLY THE ORIGINAL DESIGN THAT THE SUPER 91 DESCENDED FROM.
G-SERIES RIFLES- BASED ON A BASIC DESIGN BY
DAVID GUMUCIO, REFINED BY DOC AND BROUGHT INTO PRODUCTION AS THE
WHITETAIL, THEN LATER THE M97 WHITETAIL HUNTER, THE M97 LITE,
AND THE BISON , WHICH WAS A HEAVY BARRELED WHITETAIL
SG-SERIES- THE 'SMALL-G' SERIES, REPRESENTED
BY A LIMITED RUN OF RIFLES, USING THE SAME INTERNAL PARTS AND
SIMILAR IN FUNCTION TO THE WHITETAIL BUT WITH ONE-PIECE
ACTION/BARREL SMALLER IN DIAMETER AND LIGHTER IN WEIGHT.
BG SHOTGUNS- 'BIG-G' ACTIONS, SAME PARTS AND
FUNCTION AS ALL THE OTHER G-SERIES ACTIONS BUT LARGE ENOUGH FOR A 12
GAUGE BARREL, REPRESENTED BY THE TOMINATOR AND WHITE THUNDER
rifles came with an ‘early’ stock made of either hardwood or
black glass composite with or without checkering and with a 13.5
inch pull or a ‘later’ slimmer stock exclusively made of glass
composite with checkering and a 14 inch pull. Refurbishd Whitetail
all come with NEW hardwood stocks with 14 inch pull.
Terms-Cashiers check or money order, plus shipping. Five day
inspection allowed. Gun returnable if in original condition as sold.
Return must be cleared with White Muzzleloading before it is
returned or it will not be accepted. We want you to be happy with
the deal, so speak up. We’ll make it good if we haven’t already.
New guns, Bullets and Other Accessories-are available from White Rifles LLC.,
Linden, Utah. They have licensed Doc’s ideas and products. Many
work even better than the old White products. email firstname.lastname@example.org
Used Guns For Sale
All guns listed are used unless otherwise noted
All prices are OBO-make an offer, we listen!!
CUSTOM FULL- STOCK SUPER SAFARI
The Super Safari is my favorite model of all the rifles I've designed. I
just love fullstocks. Custom Super Safari's are available using your
Super-91, M98 or ThunderBolt action and barrel. email email@example.com.
Sporting Rifle with blued metal and English red laminate stock. Sidelock
percussion with Manton Breech and flat spring lock, with White barrel.
Shoots all White bullets. Similar rifles are available on custom order
from White Muzzleloading with fancy walnut stocks. Prices start at
$1200. Email for price and availability.
Manton breech design on the White Sporting Rifle is the best and
strongest ever devised, modern or antique. It's massive, functional,
super-strong but handsome, far better than any Hawken percussion
#536- Here is a Winchester Model 1901 10 gauge lever action shotgun, designed
by John BROWNING, manufactured by Winchester and shortened by someone for
whatever odd reason. You would think that it got cut for Cowboy Action
Shooting but the cut looks old and matches the patina on the rest of the gun.
The gun is fully functional, very solid and tight, no cracks or repairs, there
are no markings other than Winchester's cipher. It is at least NRA antique
very good. There is a bit of fine pitting in the breech but not enough to stop
you from shooting it with reasonable loads. It would be great fun at a SASS
match with blackpowder loads. $900
#586 Uberti built Berretta repro of the Colt Lightning pump action rifle
in 45 Long Colt. Brand New, fired only enough to prove it, LNIB, Perfect.
Sacrifice $1000- OBO (originally sold for near $1200) Don't hesitate to
make an offer.
#591 Doc built never fired Douglas barreled 338 Magnum on a highly
modified Winchester-made Enfield P-17 action. The rear action bridge has
been cut down and curved bolt handle added that will clear scope. The
magazine has been straightened but left big enough for 4 cartridges. It
has a fancy custom trigger and Warne scope mounts, plus barrel bands for
sling and front sight. The recoil pad is a Decelerator. There's even a
thumb cut-out on the left side of the action a' la Mauser. Pull is 14", weight is 9 lbs. I want
$900 OBO for it but will listen to offers. I will also need an FFL
from your dealer. Make sure he understands that I don't have one since I
usually deal in only muzzleloaders. TENTATIVELY SOLD
rear sight is a folder to get out of the way of a scope. Warne mounts
are already in place, ready for your scope. Warne one inch rings to
match the mounts are included in the package.
rifle was a back up gun for my many bear hunts but never fired it or
used it, not even once
Enfeild rear bridges are pretty ugly, you can see that his one is quite
attractive. Thumb safety is still the same, very convenient and quicK.
magazine has been straightened, but left deep enough to hold 4
cartridges. Trigger pull is adjustable, about 4 lbs. now. The
action cocks on closing, actually faster on repeat shots than one that
cocks on opening. This rifle is set up for dangerous game.
#601 Remington Rolling Block Black Powder action rebarreled to 50-110 by DOC, Barrel is
by Douglas, never fired, round, 1 1/8th inch diameter and 30 inches
long. Buttstock is maple by Treebone, the temporary fore-end is a chunk
of plain walnut, it will eventually be replaced with matching maple.
Pull is 14 inches. Weighs about 10 lbs. The bore is beautiful, never
fired, and it
should be an excellent shooter. It will eventually end up sporting a tang mounted ladder rear sight and globe
front which are included in the price. FFL needed. $700 as is,
MORE LATER WHEN FINISHED OBO
#625 Doc designed and built in-line Double Rifle, 504 caliber,
regulated for 600 grain Slip-Fit bullets, previously owned, has been to Africa
twice, has taken the bigger plains game and buffalo. Actions are in-line, very
similar to the Doc-designed Whitetail and M97 rifles. Sights are on the money at
50 yards with bullets from both barrels grouping together. Best load is 120 gr
PyorodexP with 600 grain White or No Excuse slip-fit bullet. It was traded back
in on a finer rifle. $1500 OBO
are built into the in-line action. Pull the cocking handles back to full-cock
then rotate them up into the safety notches. Knock them down to fire. In the
left hand photo (immediately to the left) the left handed cocking handle is in
the firing position and the right handed handle is up, locked into the safety
position. In the right hand photo, both handles are locked up into the safety
position. It uses the musket cap for sure ignition on dangerous game.
barrels dismount from the stock by removing the 1/4 X 28 screw from the front of
the trigger guard extension. There are two sets of recoil logs, both are glass
bedded. The triggers come out with the barreled action. Sights are Marble fiber-optik
red front and two dot green rear. The recoil pad is an inch thick. Pull is about
14.5 inches to the front trigger and the gun weighs about 10 lbs. It's a great
rifle for close-up heavy game taking.
#641- WHITE Super-91-II Blue #SB745 in 504 caliber with B&C
checkered black fiber-composite stock, single M70 type safety and Delrin
ramrod. The barrel is 24 inches, twist 1-24 with shallow .035 grooves,
meant to use heavy slip-fit bullets available from WhiteRifles.com or No
Excuse Bullets. Shoots the heavier 300 grain sabots well, too. The
sights are Williams adjustable with a brass bead front. It's already
tapped and drilled for peep or scope. The ramrod is Delrin with double
brass ends, a cleaning jag and a bullet puller under the jag. Pull is 14
inches and includes a heavy rubber recoil pad. It's cheap at $475 OBO
You can read all about the Super-91 by clicking on the Super-91 tab at
the top of the page SOLD BUT ANOTHER COMING JUST LIKE IT
safety works nearly like the one on an M70 Winchester, push it off and
on with a thumb, back is safe, forward is fire.
#650- White Super Safari #SB853 in 504 caliber, now just the new, but old
stored barreled action in a brand new stock. More photos will follow as it
finishes up. The photo is here just to tempt you.
#679 M97 Whitetail Hunter 504 caliber with original plastic foam lined case
and tools plus sample bullets. I don't think it's been fired, since the sample
bullets are still in the case. The original instructions are there, too. The gun
appears to be pristine, all the parts are what they are supposed to be:
Bold adjustable trigger, Marble's fiberoptik sights- green to the rear, orange
in front, aluminum ramrod- perfect for loading saboted bullets, sling swivels
fore and aft, Delrin trigger guard and ramrod ferrule. 8 lbs. Criterion
barrel, easily the best that White ever used. SOLD
I HAVE A SMALL NUMBER OF BARRELED ACTIONS FOR THE SUPER-91 IN .504
CALIBER AND THE TOMINATOR IN 12 GAUGE, BUT LACK A FEW SMALL PARTS TO COMPLETE THEM. THESE
GUNS WILL APPEAR ON THE WEBSITE ABOVE AS I ACQUIRE THE PARTS TO COMPLETE