Kilby (with assistance from other WAPF gunsmiths) took an original 1885 High Wall to Montana Vintage Arms (MVA) and got them to reproduce it.
Today, the 1885s produced by WAPF are composed of actions and parts (sans barrels and stocks) from either original High or Low Wall Winchester 1885s or MVA reproductions (High Wall only).
As per the originals, WAPF 1885s are available with either a single trigger, a single-set trigger or a double-set-trigger.
(312.) In addition to listing herd shares, WAPF
also lists the contact information for farms offering raw milk for sale.
The Campaign for Real Milk, a project of WAPF, works for wider consumer access to raw milk because of its nutritional and therapeutic advantages.
Price, DDS, author of Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, WAPF publishes a quarterly journal for its 15,000-plus members, supports 572 local chapters worldwide, and hosts a yearly international conference.
"These foods play an important role in an optimal diet, and their production should be encouraged in the interests of Americans' health and vitality," said Sally Fallon Morell, founder and president of WAPF. "These foods have been safely prepared and consumed by people all over the world for centuries, and FDA needs to understand the traditions and science behind them.
The comments are posted in WAPF's online press room:
WAPF headquarters may be contacted at 202-363-4394, www.westonaprice.org, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
"We were very pleased that the FSMA included the Tester amendment, exempting small-scale direct marketing producers from some of the most burdensome provisions of the new law" said Sally Fallon Morell, founder and president of WAPF. "The big question, however, is whether the FDA will respect Congress's recognition that small-scale local producers are different from the large-scale, national and multinational companies, which not only produce the majority of our food supply, but have produced almost all of the major foodborne illness problems."
The comments submitted jointly by WAPF and the Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance (FARFA) this week urged the FDA to consider several factors in determining which food facilities should be considered high-risk priorities, including the size of the facility, the complexity and scope of the supply and distribution chain, and whether the facility is already inspected at the state or local level.
WAPF is urging the FDA to prioritize large facilities involved in complex supply and distribution chains, particularly those facilities that produce ingredients for other foods.