Shop online, give us a call, or stop in our store! Our shop is just a stones throw away from Muncy Creek, near the historic John Brady's Fort site (built 1977) and the massacre site of Captain John Brady. Muncy, PA is the cross-roads of many Native American paths and is rich in history, such as being the past home of the 84th Pennsylvania, which fought in the war between the states. Situated just North of Muncy, Pennsylvania, it is a fitting place for a muzzleloading store
|Our machine shop manufactures top-quality accouterments and accessories for the black powder trade. We also repair muzzleloading, rifles, pistols, and cap and ball revolvers. We have a large stock of repair parts to fit your needs as well. There is also a large selection of Civil War reenactment supplies.
John DeWald, owner and operator of North East Trade Co. currently attends a few rendezvouses a year. He has a booth set up at several national NSSA shoots. He not only supplies, but shoots competition as a member of the 149th NY Volunteer Infantry. He is a member of NSSA (North South Skimmerish Association), NMLRA (National Muzzleloading Rifle Association, NRA (National Rifle Association), and the Pennsylvania Association of Blackpowder Shooters.
Come visit us! Store hours are Tu-Sat 9am - 5pm, closed Sunday and Monday.
Because we attend shoots, it is best to call first during the summer months.