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|Alum Tanned Deer Hide Pouch Sewn Real Deer Sinew|
A great early simple, but well made shooting pouch. The bag is made from alum tanned deer hide. The leather was tanned by Dunrustic. The pouch is laced using leather wangs, and sewn with real deer sinew. No thread was used. The pouch measures approx. 7 inches wide by 9 inches high. The strap is approx. 47 inches long. The strap could be shortened by using a stick etc. The entire pouch has been antiqued and hand rubbed using Dunrustic bear grease. A great simple pouch made on the frontier with only an awl, sinew and some hide. Shipping is included! Thank you for looking.
|Bark Tan Deer / Elk Bags by Doug Swartz|
Six bark tan deer and elk small pouches. The leather was tanned by Dunrustic (Good stuff!) The pouches are being sold separate. A through F. These pouches work great for small fire kits, fish kits, etc. Each pouch is hand sewn using a heavy linen cord. Some pouches secure with a leather wang, some with a bone or horn button. Each pouch has been antiqued as well as hand rubbed using Dunrustic bear grease. Note: Pouch C is made from bark tanned elk hide. $30 each shipped OR Special! Order Two pouches for $50 shipped /// Savings of $10. Postal money order preferred. No shipping outside CON. US please. Thank you for looking.
|Pennsylvania Dutch Flask|
This powder flask was made by Cory Joe Stewart of North Carolina. The flask is a pretty primitive style with a wooden top and bottom. It is 7 inches long not including the stopper. It is designed to be carried in a bag, but it can stand up on its own. Though a little wobbly. The design engraved on the horn is a Pennsylvania Dutch style with plant motifs emerging from a heart. The heart is left blank, and can be left blank or I can engrave a name in it if you like at no extra charge. $60.00 price includes shipping and paypal is an option.
|Griffin Powder Flask|
The flask was made by Cory Joe Stewart of North Carolina. The flask measures 11 inches long, including the spout. The flask body is made from a flattened cow horn and the spout is made from hand filed antler. There are two iron staples attached and the top for strap attachment. The horn is engraved with the image of a Griffin, which was a common feature on horns of the mid-1700s. There is room on the back of the flask for a name or other inscriptions which I will do at no extra charge, depending on the length of the inscription. $80.00 price includes shipping.
|Three Priming Horns|
Here are three priming horns made by Cory Joe Stewart of North Carolina.
The top horn has been flattened and is five inches long. It features a Dutch Wheel design engraved on either side.
The middle horn is a goat horn and is 7 inches long.
The bottom horn is 53/4 inches long and s engraved with a Pennsylvania Dutch heart and vine design.
Each one s $40.00 and the price includes shipping. Paypal is an option.
|Rising Sun Horn ( By Steve Herburger )|
This left side carry horn is 13" around the curve. The pine base is 2 5/8" x 3 1/4" and has a screw for the strap. There is a rising sun, the moon, a tree with two birds, a goose, a fox, a pig, a bird, and two deer on it. It has a ring on the rounded neck and a rounded tip.
|Left Side Horn ( By Steve Herburger )|
This nice sized left side carry horn is 12 3/8" around the curve. It has a 2 5/8" pine base. It has a engrailed ring and front of body. The neck and tip are rounded.
|Bucks County smooth rifle by Eric Kettenburg |
Bucks County smooth rifle (1760's-70's) by Eric Kettenburg - 14 ga (.69) 40" octagon to round barrel brightened to reflect cleaned-up secondary usage, with sights, tang bolt threaded into simple nut, Chambers early Ketland lock casehardened with single lock nail, approx 14" LOP, no buttplate, brass guard shows file marks, one ramrod pipe, scraped finish in bold curly maple shows tool marks and prominent rippling, nitrate of iron with raw linseed oil and beeswax finish, boned - stocked entirely by hand in a traditional shop. $2,250 plus shipping / insurance
|North Carolina 3/4 stock rifle|
This looks North Carolina to me, but it has features that make me think Ohio or (W.) Virginia, also. .38 caliber barrel is almost 40 inches long, Three-quarter stock is double-keyed with beautiful inlays, gorgeous piece of wood, fancy cheekpiece. Good condition except for the varnish on the barrel, lock, inlays, and elsewhere. Rib took a bump near the muzzle, but it is still tight; however, the forward thimble is missing. Original ramrod is a few inches short from an old break.
|NECK BAG |
Neck bag made from brain tanned buffalo. Blue check pony beads make up a bears paw pattern on the flap. Edge trimmed with white pony beads. Blue white hearts adorn the neck strap. Measures 4" by 5".