Marvin Kemper — Gunmaker

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    After decades of practice and more than 30 years of completing orders of intricate long rifles for customers across the country, Marvin Kemper has been invited to present one of his guns at this weekend’s National Rifle Association Convention in Indianapolis. Kemper decided to recreate a rifle designed and built originally by gunsmith John Small, the same man commissioned in 1801 by William Henry Harrison, the former U.S. President and governor of the Indiana Territory, to design the territory seal. Photo courtesy Marvin Kemper.

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    After decades of practice and more than 30 years of completing orders of intricate long rifles for customers across the country, Marvin Kemper has been invited to present one of his guns at this weekend’s National Rifle Association Convention in Indianapolis. Kemper decided to recreate a rifle designed and built originally by gunsmith John Small, the same man commissioned in 1801 by William Henry Harrison, the former U.S. President and governor of the Indiana Territory, to design the territory seal. Photo courtesy Marvin Kemper.

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    After decades of practice and more than 30 years of completing orders of intricate long rifles for customers across the country, Marvin Kemper has been invited to present one of his guns at this weekend’s National Rifle Association Convention in Indianapolis. Kemper decided to recreate a rifle designed and built originally by gunsmith John Small, the same man commissioned in 1801 by William Henry Harrison, the former U.S. President and governor of the Indiana Territory, to design the territory seal. Photo courtesy Marvin Kemper.

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    After decades of practice and more than 30 years of completing orders of intricate long rifles for customers across the country, Marvin Kemper has been invited to present one of his guns at this weekend’s National Rifle Association Convention in Indianapolis. Kemper decided to recreate a rifle designed and built originally by gunsmith John Small, the same man commissioned in 1801 by William Henry Harrison, the former U.S. President and governor of the Indiana Territory, to design the territory seal. Photo courtesy Marvin Kemper.

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    After decades of practice and more than 30 years of completing orders of intricate long rifles for customers across the country, Marvin Kemper has been invited to present one of his guns at this weekend’s National Rifle Association Convention in Indianapolis. Kemper decided to recreate a rifle designed and built originally by gunsmith John Small, the same man commissioned in 1801 by William Henry Harrison, the former U.S. President and governor of the Indiana Territory, to design the territory seal. Photo courtesy Marvin Kemper.

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    After decades of practice and more than 30 years of completing orders of intricate long rifles for customers across the country, Marvin Kemper has been invited to present one of his guns at this weekend’s National Rifle Association Convention in Indianapolis. Kemper decided to recreate a rifle designed and built originally by gunsmith John Small, the same man commissioned in 1801 by William Henry Harrison, the former U.S. President and governor of the Indiana Territory, to design the territory seal. Photo courtesy Marvin Kemper.

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    After decades of practice and more than 30 years of completing orders of intricate long rifles for customers across the country, Marvin Kemper has been invited to present one of his guns at this weekend’s National Rifle Association Convention in Indianapolis. Kemper decided to recreate a rifle designed and built originally by gunsmith John Small, the same man commissioned in 1801 by William Henry Harrison, the former U.S. President and governor of the Indiana Territory, to design the territory seal. Photo courtesy Marvin Kemper.