Living History Reenacting

Joe and Uhma Ruth Pye asked me to pass along this information concerning LCL - unfortunately Joe will not be cooking at our event this year. This is sad news to hear, but we THANK YOU JOE for all the meals you have fed us over the years!!! I am sure there are many out there who appreciated your culinary skills and relied on you for good wholesome meals! Not to mention the comradery that took place amongst many of us who enjoyed a cup of coffee and a chat with our friends! Your meals will be missed, but we are glad that you will still be in camp. See you in May!!!

This site contains 2018 information

Our History

Lancaster County Longrifles was founded in 2003 and has been hosting a Black Powder Shoot and Rendezvous at Muddy Run ever since. We originally started in 1993 as a function of NLCGFPA.

Board Members


Danny Gichner      Milt Curtis      Ken Milburn      Chuck Eby


Maurice Weidner  Mike Ames     Hudson Hughes, II   


Scott Bell                Paul Smeltz     Alex Snellbaker (treasurer)



Lancaster County Longrifles Board Members

Our Rendezvous

Each year our Rendezvous is held the end of April or beginning of May. It is a gathering of 1740-1840 Reenactors and Tradesmen. There are Black powder and Archery shoots as well as Knife and Tomahawk throwing.

Our Staff

Our staff works year round to help make our event run smoothly. We are very thankful to have such great people working together to improve our Rendezvous