These last 2, I got from Jim Chambers (www.flintlocks.com). This rifle is, I believe number 18 for me, could be number 19, kind of loose track after a while.
I've bought components from a lot of sources. Typically, I walk around commercial row at the NMLRA National Shoots and start picking out parts that go together for whatever rifle I have visioned in my mind.
I have arthritis in my hands pretty bad now so the days of cutting stocks from a square block of wood are pretty much over so I get the stocks that are rough shaped. I usually do some pretty heavy modifications on the stocks and hardware to suit what is in my mind at the time. I've been fortunate enough to mess around with a lot of old original flintlocks so usually have a pretty decent idea of where I'm going to go when I start a project. As with most projects, not all end up where I had intended when I started but after a while, you realize there are few mistakes that can't be salvaged. I've come to believe that is why one sees different originals from the same maker with some vastly different features. He started on something, goofed up and had to change directions in the middle.
Since Jim only sells flintlocks and rifle parts, I reckon he's not in any kind of competition with LRO.
Ms. Paula or Byron, let me know and I'll remove the link if it's a problem for you guys. I don't think Jim even fishes or if he does, I've never heard him say anything about it.