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Published on Sep 11, 2009
Those who say movies are all stunts and props should take a closer look. A Kentucky craftsman, whose hand-made masterpieces have been in the hands of the big screens biggest names, shares his story airs this weekend, September 5 and 6, on Kentucky Afield TV.
Since the 1960s, Butler Countys Hershel House has been crafting the finest Kentucky Longrifles in the world and in Tinsel Town. Built for both collecting and black powder hunting season, the period-perfect guns are authentic in every detail. The Woodbury resident gives host Tim Farmer a front-row seat to his log cabin workshop. Of course, you have likely seen Houses work already in the hands of mega stars Mel Gibson and Russell Crowe in recent box office hits.