A very nice example of a small American Revolutionary War Period Pistol-type Powder Horn, ca. Otherwise you'll be grumpy like the negative reviewers below. I'm using 80 grains and it's plenty. Minor roughness, abrasions, scuffs and an untouched oxidized and patinated finish. It works wonderfully and I am very happy with it. Don't forget the paste wax or you will glue the plate to the end of the horn!!!!!! Simply carved rounded pouring-spout with a tapered mouth: retains its original brass suspension-chain with its matching turned-brass spout-plug with cork stopper. Jenny was conversant on anything I asked about.
And I want to thank Pam for never rushing me though museums or living history events. Original, graduated, brass pouring spout with a three-step graduation and an external spring-operated powder cutoff: the spring modern replaced. A loop is sewn on the face of the bag to carry a musket size nipple wrench. In overall very fine condition with all original components throughout. The top of the flask with its Gilded brass pouring-spout with three 3 steps and its original externally mounted spring-operated powder cut-off. In overall very good+ attic untouched condition. In overall good+ untouched condition with light sings of use and wear.
This powder creates high velocities and unbeatable accuracy. In overall very good+ near fine untouched condition. I used some real dense man made shelving stock, particle board , that I happened to have on hand. The graduated brass priming-spout and base with its three 3 stepped spout and its external spring-operated powder-cut-off: original spring and retaining-screw. I pulled the cord through the center hole in my metal plate.
Blued steel cut-off spring and a brass cutt-off lever. The expected sings of use and wear; and the base plug with finely oxidized untouched surfaces with some scattered abrasions. The Light colored cow horn body with a fine natural curve, a simply carved integral end-spout and its original pin-fastened, flat, wood base-plug and its simply carved spout-plug, en suite. Here are several powder horns of my making. This is makes for a scar-free horn tip. The turned wooden base-plug with cleaned surfaces and a later brass screw-eye--- for the attachment of the brass suspension-chain.
Scott Morrison is a well known horner in our Pacific Northwest and was asked to ruminate about Kris. Crazy Crow Trading Post also offers authentic ready made and fully illustrated. Retains its original smooth brass-colored surfaces with some scattered minor abrasions, dents, good seams and some patches of light surface-oxidation. Retains three 3 of its four original suspension-pins: loops missing. The obverse center with engraved panel depicting a Devil's Head. In overall good+ functional condition with untouched pewter-gray surfaces with fine seams, some dents and compressions. Of typical bag-shape design, with both sides deeply embossed with a nicely detailed Heraldic Eagle on a Hummock with a pistol in its talons.
A classic example of a Revolutionary War Period American Cartridge Box, ca. The Doctor is the genius and muscle behind Hart Square in Vale, North Carolina. Smooth, flat-sided, patent leather body, fitted with its original graduated, unmarked, brass spout. Torn and separated stitches with smooth, flat-sided, plain, leather body, fitted with its original, iron, pouring-spout: missing its spring. A very nice American manufactured mid-19th Century Embossed Powder Flask, ca.
Wrought iron suspension loop with an old and possibly the original rose-colored cord. In overall good+ untouched condition with its original cord frayed with losses of thread wrapping. Recently discovered in New York. Sharp detail and tight seams without splits or repairs. You will see super rifles from makers such as Kennedy and Vogler.
Late Period Powder Horn, ca. A very nice American made Embossed Brass powder flask, ca. As for accuracy, it was awesome without even trying. Thank you for the positive feedback. It is made to look like a barn found antique.
I have found that Kris Polizzi from Pennsylvania, makes excellent straps that will complete any project. The strap is buff leather and has a forged buckle and a buff leather patch knife sheath attached. Tanned black leather body made of two separate and sewn, hollow shells: retains lead shot and the sides of the neck with stitched repairs. In overall very good condition with some incest-damage to the body. The book has many full-color photos of many original Southern horns as well as a gallery of Sibley built horns.
A very nice example of mid to late 19th century American? Retains its external spring-operated powder cutoff: unmarked on its base, though of heavy-gauge and fine quality. In overall very good+ condition with light sings of use and wear. I turned a maple base plug for it and installed a brass finial. This is my first powder horn. The Light colored cow horn bodies with a fine natural curves and simply carved pouring-spouts: one horn missing its spout. What do illuminated script, calligraphy, folk art and history have in common? Just find something you want to do and try. A better quality 20th Century Colt Type Powder Flask with Sharp detail to the embossed Eagle Motif.