I just went online to look at them. The Cabela's website didn't show any .32 or .36 cal rifles - just the .45, .50 & .54 cals. Nice looking rifles.
Any idea who makes them for Cabela's? The price is certainly up there - at least up in the range of buying quality components and putting one together yourself. My biggest concern with production flintlocks is the lock itself. The timing and geometry has to spot on or you will always have trouble. If you go the production route, I would go with the percussion lock. Simple less to go wrong.
TVM is a small shop that builds their rifles to the customers request. They cost a little bit more, but you know what you are getting: a Siler lock, custom barrel, and great wood-to-metal fit. Here's the link to their site:
T.V.M. - Tennessee Valley Muzzleloading - Home
If you hunt around, you could probably find a used one for $500-$600.
I'm not saying that the Blue Ridge is not the way to go, but for me - I want quality components that can readily be replaced if something goes wrong. It also allows me to easily upgrade if I want to. Some production models have parts made overseas and you find out later that many parts are metric.