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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-27-2016, 11:29 AM Thread Starter
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I ordered some pieces and parts from RMC no so long ago, and when they arrived I noticed they came from Grove City, PA. My question is if anyone knows if they manufacture their own products, or re-package and re-sell, or some combination thereof? Not that it makes much difference to me...I'm just a little curious.
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I believe they repackage/rebrand some stuff, (accessories) and do their own thing on others. Such as the RMC Accusporter rifle, if still available. It comes with an L&R lock and Green Mt. barrel.


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I have bought a few things from them, and I started noticing they are just re packaged from other brands. A lot of the stuff is roughly modified to be used for things maybe they weren't meant to be used for. You will notice this if you look at their tc frizzens, and also if you look at the spout caps they make for the new plastic goex cans.
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Glad I got the Accusport several years ago when they definitely made it, she's a tack driver!

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I buy all my ox-yoke patches from them.
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I ordered some pieces and parts from RMC no so long ago, and when they arrived I noticed they came from Grove City, PA. My question is if anyone knows if they manufacture their own products, or re-package and re-sell, or some combination thereof? Not that it makes much difference to me...I'm just a little curious.
Probably came from Morris Muzzleloading & Gun Shop. The shop is owned by a family member of the owner of RMC. The owner of RMC is semi retired now a lot of his original products are now being made at the shop, or at lease distributed through the shop.I believe the RMC smoke pole is still being made by them also, a little pricey, but well worth the money if you can afford it. I love both of mine, which I purchased a number of years ago when he was still in Mingoville. One is a rare side lock that he only manufactured a short while, I use it instead of an inline for the early muzzleloader season. The only change I made to them was to install a Williams peep sight and front fire sight. Both are tack drivers, if I do my part.

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I called up there earlier this year and talked to the grandson who,s pap still makes the rifle.He doesn,t pump it out very often but still does on a limited basis.The only thing I don,t prefer is that they only order rifle barrels in a fast 1-28 twist.
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Grice gun shop has them.
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post #9 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-04-2016, 04:21 PM
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I have bought several custom length ramrods from them and have been pleased. I broke the .36 call ramrod the fir st weekend using it, emailed them, and they replaced and shipped at no cost. A+
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