Approved Merchant List

For

The Hard Head Mess 

 

Updated on 3/8/13

 

This document is a functional list of high quality product suggestions.  Each item covered in this list was based on the following criteria:

 

ü  The authenticity of the product

ü  The products relevancy to a:

  1. oEastern & Western Federal Enlisted Impression
  2. oMilitia Impression
  3. oCivilian Impression
  4. oCitizens Guard Impression 1860-1865

ü  The delivery time of each product & cost. 

 

As a general rule, this list does not represent every authentic merchant currently in operation.  The Approved Merchant List merely states which merchants the Hard Head Mess & Citizens Guard feels confident recommending.  Unacceptable equipment will be removed and we recommend discussion before purchase of items featured in this listing.  

 

I.  Uniform & Clothing for the Enlisted Foot Soldier

 

A.  Fatigue Blouse (Sack Coat)

       

W, W, & Company:

Dan Wambaugh & Brian White offers completely hand sewn Schuylkill Arsenal fatigue blouses along with contract fatigue blouses.

Nick Sekela:

New York Depot Issue, Nathan Gale Contract Issue Pattern, & JT Martin contract pattern issue blouses.  

Joe Blunt:

            Several documented styles including JT Martin contract pattern fatigue blouse.

John Wedeward:

John T. Martin contract sack coat.  An excellent mass produced replica lined fatigue blouse.  

Joe Hill:

John T. Martin contract sack coat.             

 

           

B.  Uniform Coat (Frock Coat)

Nick Sekela    

Joe Blunt

                Lynn Bull

Joe Hill:

            Contract Issue James Boylan Uniform Coat. 

C.  Trowsers:            

      

Chris Sullivan: 

William Deering contract pattern trowsers.  Museum Grade Only.   Also carries 100% wool from Woolrich.

W, W, & Company:

Dan Wambaugh & Brian White offers completely hand sewn Schuylkill Arsenal Issue Trowsers and JT Martin Contract Issue Trowsers.   JT Martin Contract trowsers would be a less expensive option that would be prevalent in both Eastern and Western Theaters.

Nick Sekela:

JT Martin Contract Issue Trowsers. 

Joe Blunt:

Four documented patterns to choose from including J.T. Martin contract trowsers which is preferred.   

Joe Hill:

Completely Handsewn Schuylkill Arsenal Issue Trowsers.  Also other contract issue trowsers as well.

D.  Civilian Shirts

 

Scott Frank:

Scott will make a completely hand sewn civilian shirts.

Nancy Sorchy:

            Completely hand sewn civilian shirts.

                W,W, & Company:

                Completely hand sewn civilian shirts.

Corner Clothiers

Carter & Jasper Mercantile

E.  Federal Issue Shirts

 

Scott Frank

Joe Blunt/Carter & Jasper Mercantile

W, W, & Company:

Dan Wambaugh offers gray, tan, blue, or red contract variant issue shirts.

Nick Sekela:

White domet flannel issue shirt or contract variant issue shirts. 

Joe Hill

             

F.  Suspenders

 

Chris Graham:

                                Excellent replica braces!

                Corner Clothiers:

Also available from S & S Sutler of Gettysburg.

            Carter & Jasper Mercantile

Nick Sekela:

Several accurate patterns to choose from. 

G.  U.S. Pattern Jefferson Bootees (Shoes)

                Missouri Boot & Shoe Company: 

                                Recommend style JB-2; the best!

                Mattimore Harness

            Jan Berger

H.  Wool Socks

                Carter & Jasper Mercantile:

                        Excellent hand knit wool civilian socks.

            Karin Timour

                Terre Lawson

W, W, & Company

            Fine wool socks by our comrade Dave Gerow.

South Union Mills

               

I.  Cotton Socks

 

            Carter & Jasper Mercantile

            W, W, & Company

            S & S Sutler of Gettysburg

J.  Army Pattern Drawers

           

                W, W, & Company

            Scott Frank

            Carter & Jasper Mercantile/Joe Blunt

Nick Sekela:

Completely hand sewn issue drawers or civilian patterns. 

 

 K.  Period Eyeglasses

               

Antique Stores – Contact Mike John for ideas

            The Grand Spectacle

                 

II.  Headgear

  

A.  U.S. Regulation 1858 Pattern Dress Hat (Hardee Hat)

               

                T P & H Trading Company: 

Order the reproduced Dress Hat of Sergeant Philander Wright, Co. C, 2d Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry.  A Superior Black Hat reproduction by Mr. Tim Bender!  The original Dress Hat of Sgt. Wright’s is located at the Wisconsin Veteran’s Museum.   

B.  U.S. Issue Type II Federal Forage Cap

 

            Greg Starbuck:

                                Also available from S & S Sutler of Gettysburg.

                Nick Sekela:

Excellent forage caps. 

               

C.  Civilian Hats

 

TP & H Trading Company:

Tim Bender offers a fine array of period civilian styles.  Try to stick with a black or dark color civilian hat if possible.

 

III. Accouterments & Trappings

 

  1. A.U.S. Pattern 1855, 1857, or 1861 .58 Cal. Cartridge Box, Cartridge Box Belt

(Sling), U.S. Pattern 1856 Waistbelt (leather keeper preferred), U.S. Pattern 1850 Cap Box, U.S. Pattern Bayonet Scabbard (2 or 7 rivets) with belt frog for M1855 .58 Cal. Springfield or Enfield Bayonet, and Musket Sling for Springfield or Enfield Rifle-Muskets.

 

Nick Duvall

L.D. Haning & Company

Nick Sekela

                Missouri Boot & Shoe Company

 

 

B.     U.S. Oval Belt Plate (Buckle), U.S. Oval Cartridge Box Plate, & U.S. Round

      Eagle Cartridge Box Belt (Sling) Breastplate.

 

Nick Duvall

The Military Warehouse:

These can be had at S & S Sutler of Gettysburg since the Military Warehouse only deals wholesale.  Be sure to specify Military Warehouse plates ONLY!

C & D Jarnigan

C.  U.S. Pattern 1858 Smoothside Canteen

 

                W,W, & Company:

                                Smoothside Canteen.

C & D Jarnigan:       

                                Can also request a canteen without a jack chain hole on the bracket.

                Blockade Runner:

                        Pattern 1858 with brown or gray jean wool cover only.

                S & S Sutler of Gettysburg

D.  Canteen Cover (a brownish gray wool jean cover)

 

                S & S Sutler of Gettysburg:  

                                A great way to improve the accuracy of your C & D Jarnigan Canteen!

E.     Leather Canteen Sling

 

            Nick Duvall

L.D. Haning & Company

            Nick Sekela

F.  U.S. Pattern 1851 Haversack

L. D. Haning & Company

Nick Sekela

Joe Hill

                Missouri Boot & Shoe Company

 

 

H.  U.S. Pattern 1855 Knapsack, Double Bag

                Missouri Boot & Shoe Company

            Nick Sekela

L.D. Haning & Company      

I.  U.S. Issue Gum Blanket or Poncho

 

Nick Sekela:

  Top notch.

Jan Berger

J.  U.S. Pattern Shelter Half (Three panel pattern preferred)

 

                W, W, & Company:

Dan sells correct shelter tent poles and pins as well.  Two accurate patterns, Cincinnati Depot issue Type II a three panel preferred or mid war H.S. Mc Comb contract issue two panel shelter half.

K.  U. S. Issue Blanket (Gray or Brown)

                                                                                                       

Nick Sekela:

Excellent Brown U.S. Issue blanket.

            S & S Sutler of Gettysburg

 

 

IV.  Rifle-Muskets, Bayonet, & Accessories

 

A.  Pedersoli or used Euroarms M1861 Springfield Rifle-Musket, or Armi Sport P1853 Enfield Rifle-Musket, and M1855 .58 Cal. Springfield or Enfield Bayonet. 

 

Important Rifle Musket Defarbing Tips: Regarding purchasing an Enfield Rifle-Musket and defarbing, ask about getting a correct Tower Lock plate, all correct stamps, and correct hardware such as swing swivels.   Please see Scott Frank regarding any Enfield Rifle Musket defarbing questions and Springfield Rifle-Musket defarbing questions.  Try to avoid Armi Sport M1861 Springfield reproductions if possible.

 

                Lodgewood Mfg.

Also ask about James River Armory or Dixie Gun Works M1861 used Springfield’s if they come across any.  Performs defarb work on most reproduction muskets and musket rifles.

            John Zimmerman:

                                Sells “defarbed” rifle-muskets and can make a custom musket

Todd Watts – Blockade Runner

                                Currently on hold for defarb work.  Check back on availability as of 3/8/13.

College Hill Arsenal:

Tim Prince carries original firearms & original bayonets for the Lorenz, Springfield, and Enfield Rifle-Musket from time to time.

                       

Note:  Before purchasing a bayonet, fix it on your rifle-musket to insure proper fit.

  

B.  Cleaning Rod, Cone Pick, Cone Wrench, & Wiper.

 

            Lodgewood Mfg.

John Zimmerman

Todd Watts – Blockade Runner

                 

V.  Tin Cup or Fruit Can Boiler, Mess Gear, & Personal Items.

A.  Tin Cup

 

Carter & Jasper Mercantile

Ezra Barnhouse Goods

Wisconsin Veterans Museum

                Village Tinsmithing Works (P1858)  

B.  Fruit Can Boiler

 

Carter & Jasper Mercantile

Ezra Barnhouse Goods

Wisconsin Veterans Museum

                Village Tinsmithing Works (P1858)  

           

C.  Tin Mess Plate

               

                Wisconsin Veterans Museum

            Carter & Jasper Mercantile

Ezra Barnhouse Goods

Nick Sekela

                           

D.  Knife, Fork, & Spoon

               

Nick Sekela:

Sells a knife-fork-spoon combination set.   Available from field agent Robert Collett. 

            Carter & Jasper Mercantile

            Steve & Laura Dunfee

            S & S Sutler of Gettysburg

           

  

E.  Skillet (6 or 12 Inch)

 

            Carter & Jasper Mercantile

            Ezra Barnhouse Goods

Jerry Raisor

            Jan Berger

 

F.  Ration Bags         

Barb Sonntag:

Will make completely hand sewn cotton ration bags.   Ask Scott at an event about pricing and patterns.

                Nancy Sorchy

Kathy Bradford:

Preservation Parcels!  Selection via the Authentic Campaigner Vender Section.

               

G.  Candles & Lucifer Matches

                Carter & Jasper Mercantile

Ezra Barnhouse Goods

Kathy Bradford:

Preservation Parcels! Selection via the Authentic Campaigner Vender Section.

                Steve & Laura Dunfee

H.  Hardtack

 

G.H. Bent & Company

I.  Soap & Toiletry Items

 

                Carter & Jasper Mercantile

Ezra Barnhouse Goods

Kathy Bradford:

Preservation Parcels!  Selection via the Authentic Campaigner Vender Section.

J.  Cotton Napkin or Hand Woven Towel

               

                Carter & Jasper Mercantile

Ezra Barnhouse Goods

Kathy Bradford:

Preservation Parcels! Selection via the Authentic Campaigner Vender Section.

 

K.  Housewife

Kathy Bradford:

Preservation Parcels! Selection via the Authentic Campaigner Vender Section.

                Carter & Jasper Mercantile

             

           

L.  Parched Corn, Green Coffee Beans, & Groceries

              Blue Heron Mercantile:

                      Green Coffee Beans & Parched Corn.

          Carter & Jasper Mercantile

          Ezra Barnhouse Goods

          Turkey Foot Trading Company

VI. Additional Items

A.  Enlisted Foot Pattern Greatcoat (Overcoat)

                W, W, & Company:

                        Check for availability or a run from Dan & Brian.     

            Joe Blunt or Carter & Jasper Mercantile

            Joe Hill

 

B.  Military Vest (Dark Blue) & Civilian Vests

 

                Corner Clothiers:

                                Civilian Vests.

                Nancy Sorchy:

                        Civilian Vests.

                Carter & Jasper Mercantile/Joe Blunt

            Nick Sekela:

Military or Civilian vests of high quality.

                Richmond Depot:

Civilian and  Federal military vests. 

C. 19th Century Wallet

                Corner Clothiers

            Carter & Jasper Mercantile

            Nick Sekela

            Steve & Laura Dunfee

D.  White Cotton Dress Gloves

 

                Carter & Jasper Mercantile

  

E.  Cravats

 

                Corner Clothiers

                Carter & Jasper Mercantile

            Nick Sekela

F.  Buttons, NCO Chevrons, & NCO Sashes.

                                 

                Nick Sekela: 

Excellent NCO Chevrons.

W, W, & Company:

            Excellent NCO Chevrons.

G.  D.W. Baxter’s Volunteer Manual (Scott’s), Blank Writing Books,

Federal army forms, Stationery, Pens, Ink, Dime Novels, Harpers Weekly, and Books.

               

                Sullivan Press:

Baxter’s Volunteer Manual, , Federal army forms, blank writing books, dime novels, pens, ink, ink wells, and stationery.

            Carter & Jasper Mercantile:

Blank writing books, stationery, pens, ink, dime novels, Harpers Weekly reprints, and period books.

            Ezra Barnhouse Goods

Blank writing books, stationery, pens, ink, dime novels, Harpers Weekly reprints, and period books.

                Steve & Laura Dunfee

               

H.  Pocket Watch

                Michael Clark

 

I.  Pipes

 

                R. Ubben

            Ezra Barnhouse Goods

            Steve & Laura Dunfee

           

J.  19th Century Yard Goods

 

            Nick Sekela

            W, W, & Company

            County Cloth

             

K.  Glass Bottles

 

Dog River Glassworks

                Nick Sekela

L.      Civilian Coat & Trowsers

Corner Clothiers:

            Excellent civilian attire from frock coats, sack coats, trowsers, and much more.

                Carter & Jasper Mercantile:

                        A fine array of ready made civilian clothing as you would find at a period merchant.

M.   Mittens, Scarves, Sleeping Caps, Balaclavas, & Fine Knitted Goods

 

Carter & Jasper Mercantile:

                        Excellent hand knit mittens and scarves.

            South Union Mills

Joyce DeMatteis

            Karin Timour

                Terre Lawson

                Nancy Sorchy

 

  1. N.

 

Turkey Foot Trading Company

 

 

VII. Citizens Guard Specific Impression Items – 1860-1865

A.  Enlisted Worsted Wool Infantry Hat Cord, Infantry Brass Horn, Eagle Plate,

      Brass Regimental Number, & Brass Company Letter.

               

                The Military Warehouse:

                        Available from S & S Sutler of Gettysburg.

B.  Dark Blue Issue Trowsers

Chris Sullivan: 

William Deering contract pattern trowsers.  Museum Grade Only.  Also carries 100% wool from Woolrich.

W, W, & Company:

Dan Wambaugh & Brian White offers completely hand sewn Schuylkill Arsenal Issue Trowsers and JT Martin Contract Issue Trowsers in dark blue.   JT Martin Contract trowsers would be a less expensive option.

Joe Blunt:

Four documented patterns to choose from including J.T. Martin contract trowsers which is preferred. 

C.  Leggings (Gaiters)

 

Nick Sekela:

Available in three different calf sizes: Size 6 smallest – 15-16 inch calf; Size 7 Medium 17-18 inch calf; and size 8 largest 19-20 inch calf. These are documented from a pair in Don Troiani’s collection which includes important construction features such as the correct cast buckle and painted on manufacture insignia as per the original.

D.  Corps Badges

  IWP Fabrications

Excellent Corps Badges for Enlisted Men and Officers.  Their 1st Corps Badges are the best we have seen reproduced at this time.

 

E.  Militia Cap, Militia Frockcoat, & Militia Trowsers for early war Citizens Guard & Militia impression.

 

W, W, & Company:

Dan & Brian can put together a special order frockcoat for Wisconsin militia groups based on the original in the Milwaukee Public Museum. 

                Richmond Depot:

Fenny Haines can put together a special order militia frockcoat for Wisconsin militia groups based on the original in the Milwaukee Public Museum.  Also excellent trowsers and the source for our Park City Grays militia caps which would be an accurate overall militia cap. 

Joe Blunt:

            Joe can make all of these items for you that are accurate compared to original specimens.          

 

F.  Wisconsin State Issue Haversack for 1861 impressions – Discuss with Tom Klas before ordering.

 

Richmond Depot Company

 

G.  Original M 1854 Austrian Lorenz Rifle-Musket in .54 Cal. and Bayonet and the M1816 Harpers Ferry Cone In Barrel Conversion .69 Cal. Smoothbore Muskets.

 

Lodgewood Mfg.:

Carries original M1854 Austrian Lorenz rifle muskets from time to time and cone in barrel conversion Harpers Ferry .69 cal original muskets.

College Hill Arsenal:

Tim Prince carries original firearms such as the Model 1854 Austrian Lorenz Rifle Musket in .54 caliber and cone in barrel conversion Harpers Ferry .69cal muskets.

H.  Early War Federal Accouterments including U.S. Issue Shield Front Cap Box,

U.S. Issue Pattern of 1857 .69 Caliber Cartridge Box, Cartridge Box Belt. 

U.S. Issue Bayonet Scabbard – Pattern of 1851 (sewn).  Black Buff preferred for 1861 Citizens Guard impression.

 

Nick Duvall

 

I.  Civilian Haversack & Mexican War Haversack

 

AKM Dry Goods

 

J.  Civilian Coverlet or Blanket

 

South Union Mills

Carter & Jasper Mercantile

 

K.  Painted Ground Cloth

 

Tim Ruyle

AKM Dry Goods

 

VIII. Commissioned Officer Furnishings

 

A.  Commissioned Officer's Blouse & Frock Coat

Nick Sekela:  

Fine officer commercial blouse or dress coat.

Joe Blunt: 

Excellent Commercial Blouse and Officer Frock Coats.

                Lynn Bull:

Very good officer dress coats; single and double breasted officer’s coats.

                Richmond Depot:

                        Fenny Hanies can make a customized Officer Frock Coat.  Single or double breasted.

B.  Commissioned Officer’s Trowsers

Nick Sekela:  

 Excellent officer’s trowsers both sky blue and dark blue indigo dyed versions available.   

 Joe Blunt

 Excellent Commercial Officer’s Trowsers available in Sky Blue and Dark Blue wool.

                Chris Sullivan:

Excellent officer trowsers available in Sky Blue and Dark Blue wool.

                Richmond Depot:

                        Fenny Hanies can commercial Officer Trowsers.

C.  Commissioned Officer’s Haversack

Nick Sekela:  

 Several documented styles to choose from.

D.  Commissioned Officer’s Waist Belt (Sword Belt)

Nick Sekela:  

 Excellent officer’s waist belt.   

Nick Duvall

                 

E.  Commissioned Officer’s Insignia

 

IWP Fabrications:

                                Excellent Officers shoulder straps and corps badges.

Nick Sekela:      

Triple Rich Officer’s shoulder straps, collar ranks, and hat ornamentation.

.

F.  Commissioned Officer’s Headgear

 

TP & H Trading Company:

Tim Bender offers an excellent Officers Dress Hat and civilian hats for an officer’s impression.  Try to stick with a black or dark color civilian hat if possible.

                Greg Starbuck:

Excellent officer’s kepi and private purchase forage caps.  Also available from S & S Sutler of Gettysburg.

                Nick Sekela:

Excellent private purchase forage caps. 

G.  Commissioned Officer’s Footwear

                Missouri Boot & Shoe Company: 

                                Officer’s boots and civilian shoe styles.

                Mattimore Harness

H.  M1850 Foot Officers Sword or Commercial Import

                Ames Sword Company: 

The original company that manufactured swords during the war is now owned by a company out of Ohio.  Call to see availability and options.

                College Hill Arsenal:

 Original swords and imports by Tim Prince.

Legendary Arms:

Will need some defarb work but better than most available.   Can be improved by Sword Restoration Services – Tom Nardi.  

I.  Small Caliber Pistol – Optional Item

 

                Lodgewood Mfg. – Bill Osborne

John Zimmerman

 

J.  Pistol Holster – Optional Item

Nick Sekela    

Nick Duvall

IX. Uniform & Equipage Research Sources

The Authentic Campaigner Website

A Top Notch Website truly dedicated to progressive Civil War reenactors.  Contains great research articles, discussion boards, and resources.  Please visit their vendor sections as well and the sell forum to get some good deals on used items made by the merchants listed in this document.  Also great place to find high quality items from merchants such as Chris Daley and Trans Mississippi Depot Company that are no longer in business.

 

http://www.authentic-campaigner.com/

Authenticity Guide of the Citizens Guard

 

Over 30 pages of research on the uniform and equipage of the Citizens Guard primarily focusing from October 1861- July 1865.  A must read for Citizen Guard members.

Suggested Reading List of the Citizens Guard

A wonderful listing of books on the Second Wisconsin, the Iron Brigade, and uniform & equipage studies!  Please review and start reading some great works!  

 

Merchant List

AKM Dry Goods

Andrew "Abner" Martin

akmdrygoods@yahoo.com

http://www.authentic-campaigner.com/forum/showthread.php?34335-New-product-offerings!&p=213374#post213374

G.H. Bent & Company

7 Pleasant Street

Milton, MA 02186

(617) 698-5945

http://www.bentscookiefactory.com

Jan Berger

Lederarsenal

j.h.berger@lederarsenal.com

http://www.lederarsenal.com/en/pages/home.php?lang=EN

Blue Heron Mercantile

Jim Jacobs

4202 Hillside Drive

Lafayette, IN 47905

(800) ANG-1752

(765) 474-8426 FAX or PHONE

http://www.blueheronmercantile.com/

 e-mail: james@blueheronmercantile.com

Joe Blunt 
2925 Mill Run Boulevard

Kissimmee, Florida 34744

e-mail:    mudcatsgt@earthlink.net

Kathy Bradford

e-mail:  preservationparcels@hotmail.com

Also see Vendor Section on Authentic Campaigner Website.

Lynn Bull

702 North Spence, #901

Goldsboro, NC 27534

(919) 778-7032

Carter & Jasper, Mercantile

Joe & Alicia Blunt
2925 Mill Run Blvd
Kissimmee, FL 34744
e-mail:  carterandjasper@yahoo.com
http://www.carterandjasper.com/

Michael Clark

P.O. Box 641

Willamsburg, OH 45176

(513) 724-3167

Send a S.A.S.E. for a current product list.      

Corner Clothiers

Kara Bartels

P.O. Box 4077

Gettysburg, PA 17325

 (717) 357-6672

www.cornerclothiers.com

e-mail: Kara@cornerclothiers.com

County Cloth

Charlie Childs          

13797-C Georgetown Street, NE

Paris, OH 44669        

(330) 862-3307    

http://www.crchilds.com/

e-mail:  crchilds@bright.net

Catalog – $6.00

Joyce DeMatteis

798 Old Stage Road

Arrington, VA 22922

(804) 263-6590

e-mail:  CWSockLady@aol.com

Dog River Glassworks

24 D Forbes Avenue

Carlisle, PA 17013

(717) 243-4886

http://www.dogriverglassworks.com

e-mail: wrosecrans@aol.com

Steve and Laura Dunfee
The Sutler of Fort Scott
Historic Tallman Homestead, c.1857
501 N. Franklin Street
Fort Scott, Kansas 66701

(620) 223-1390
https://www.sutleroffortscott.com/index.htm

e-mail: Sutleroffortscott@hotmail.com

Nick Duvall

116 W. Walnut Street

Kingston, PA 18704

(570) 283-9297

http://duvallleatherwork.com/index.html

e-mail: duvall_leatherwork@hotmail.com

Ezra Barnhouse Goods

Beth Crabb

24120 State Route 161

Irwin, OH   43029

(937) 349-3571

http://www.ezrabarnhousegoods.com/index.html

e-mail: orders@ezrabarnhousegoods.com

Chris Graham

1420 East Vineyard

Hayesville, NC 28904

(828) 389-6126

Call or write for a price/product list

The Grand Spectacle

Richard Buchanan                                                 

110 S. Main Street

Horscheads, NY 14845                                                   

(607) 732-7500                                                                 

http://www.thegrandspectacle.com/

e-mail:  info@thegrandspectacle.com

L.D. Haning & Company

Tim Welch

9560 Neiswander Road

Ashville, OH 43103

(614) 837-5475

http://www.ldhaning.com

e-mail:  luther@ldhaning.com

Joe Hill

Jahill1821@yahoo.com

IWP Fabrications

B.J. Zirkle

P.O. Box 68

Euless, TX 76039

(817) 223-5535

(817) 285-0850 FAX

e-mail:  giltwire@aol.com

C & D Jarnigan                   

P.O. Box 1860                                                                 

Cornith, MS 38834                                                      

(601) 287- 4977                                                               

(601) 287-6033  FAX

http://www.jarnaginco.com

e-mail:  cjarnag@tsixroads.com

Catalog – $6.00

Kathy Kleinman  

10264 Eagle Nest Court

Fairfax, VA 22032

(703) 323-1219

e-mail:  dortheadix@aol.com

Terre Lawson

e-mail:  thlawson@bellsouth.net

Legendary Arms, Inc.

370 Gees Mill Business Parkway NE
Conyers, GA 30013
1-800-528-2767 

(770) 602-1272 FAX
e-mail: sales@legendaryarms.com

http://www.legendaryarms.com/index.html

Lodgewood Mfg.

131 Center Street

Whitewater, WI 53190

(262) 473-5444

http://www.lodgewood.com/

e-mail:  lodgewd@idcnet.com

Mattimore Harness

Tom Mattimore

509 South 2nd Street

Laramie, WY 82070

(307) 745-8460

http://www.civilwarboots.com

The Military Warehouse

Jim Kindred

P.O. Box 406

Corinth, MS 38835

(662) 328-9462

http://www.milwarehouse.com

e-mail:  kindred@ebicom.net

Missouri Boot & Shoe Company

Bob Serio

951 Burr Crossing Road

Neosho, MO 64850

(417) 451-6100

http://www.missouribootandshoe.com/index.asp

Jerry Raisor

Jerry.Raisor@Ky.gov

Richmond Depot

Fenny Haines

PO BOX 4849 
Midlothian, VA 23112

(804)305-2968

e-mail: sales@richmonddepot.com

http://www.kabar44.com/

Tim Ruyle

truyle2305@hotmail.com

Nick Sekela

Post Office Box 28

Butler, NJ 07405-0028
(973) 283-0800
e-mail: HistCloth@aol.com

www.njsekela.com

South Union Mills

Chris Utley

1721 Stephenson Lane

Spring Hill, TN 37174

(615) 788-1510

e-mail: orders@southunionmills.com

http://www.southunionmills.com

 

S & S Sutler of Gettysburg

Tim & Debbie Sheds

45 Steinwher Avenue

Gettysburg, PA

(717) 338-1990 Weekends

(717) 677-7580 after 6 P.M. M-F EST

http://ss-sutler.com/

e-mail: sheads@cun.net

Greg Starbuck

P.O. Box 30948

Savannah, GA 13410

(912) 352-2381

e-mail: cwkepi@earthlink.net

Stony Brook Company

Chris Sullivan

169 West Fifth Street

Oswego, NY 13126-2505

(315) 343-1557

 http://www.stonybrookcompany.com/

e-mail:    cams@twcny.rr.com

Sullivan Press

Robert Sullivan

P.O. Box 1711

West Chester, PA 19380-0057

(610) 873-2631

http://www.sullivanpress.com/

e-mail:  sullpress@aol.com

Sword Restoration Services

Tom and Cindy Nardi

711 Natalie Dr.
Windsor CA. 95492
(707)838-1820

e-mail: t.nardi@comcast.net

http://cds.cds1.net/~nardi/swords/

Karen Timour

81 Payson Avenue, Apt. 1

New York, NY 10034-2755

e-mail:  Ktimour@aol.com

TP & H Trading Company

Tim Bender

121 Carriage Drive

Birdsboro, PA 19508

(610) 582-0327      

http://www.timbenderhats.com/

e-mail:  tph_trading@msn.com


Nancy Sorchy

701 5th Street

Broadhead, WI 53520

(608) 293-0585

Turkey Foot Trading Company

13608 Monroe Road 1130                                      
Madison, Missouri  65263                                      

(888) 498-3466

e-mail- turkeyfoot@mcmsys.com

http://turkeyfootllc.com

R Ubben Pipes

53 Dean Road

New Milford, CT 06776

http://www.rubbenpipes.com/index.htm

e-mail: woodreb@earthlink.net

Village Tinsmithing Works

Bill & Judy Hoover

P.O. Box 539

Hamptonville, NC 27020

(336) 468-1190

http://www.csa-dixie.com/villagetinsmith.htm

Todd Watts – Blockade Runner Defarb Gunsmith

1027 Bell Buckle/Wartrace Rd.

Wartrace TN 37183

(931) 389-6294

e-mail: bri@blockaderunner.com

http://www.blockaderunner.com/Catalog/catpg2a.html

John Wedeward

The Camp Randall Quartermaster

1900 Pleasant View Drive

Stoughton, WI 53589

(608) 873-8503

http://www2.inxpress.net/jwedeward

e-mail: weed@madtown.net

W, W, & Company

Dan Wambaugh and Brian White

6150 W. Michigan Avenue #M-21

Lansing, MI 48917

(517) 303-3609

http://www.wwandcompany.com/

e-mail: colstoughton@hotmail.com

John Zimmerman

P.O. Box 1351

Harpers Ferry, WV 25425

(304) 535-2558

http://www.edsmart.com/jz

Compiled by the Hard Head Mess & Citizens Guard

©1999-2013

If you have updated addresses or contacts please contact Tom Klas at fallriversoldier@hotmail.com or Mike John atmjohn@matrixhealth.net ….they will keep the list up-to-date.