|Vent Pick and Brush Sets By Brad Mills|
Well made pick and brush sets. Copper brushes with iron picks. $30. each. Second from right is sold.
|SOUTHERN HORN BY SCOTT SIBLEY|
VERY PLEASING SHAPE, LIGHTWEIGHT HORN THAT MEASURES 16 INCHES AROUND THE CURVE AND 2 1/4 ACROSS THE TURNED BASE PLUG. THE BASE PLUG IS HOLLOWED OUT ON THE INSIDE TO REDUCE WIEHGT AND ADD CAPACITY. THE TIP IS TURNED IN TWO PIECES AND IS PEGGED TOGETHER WITH WOODEN PEGS AS WELL AS, THE BASE IS PEGGED IN PLASE. THERE IS ONE TURNED HORN BAND ON THE BASE OF THE HORN, THIS HORN IS MORE FOR THE RIGHT SIDE BUT WOULD WORK ON THE LEFT AS WELL. shipping is additional
|SOUTHERN HORN BY SCOTT SIBLEY|
NICE LITTLE SOUTHERN HORN MEASURING 13 INCHES INCHES AROUND THE CURVE AND 2 INCHES ACROSS THE BASE. THE TURNED BASE PLUG IS HOLLOWED OUT ON THE INSIDE. THE TIP IS TURNED FROM WHITETAIL ANTLER. shipping is additional****on hold pending funds***
|Beaver Flap Freetrapper Possible Bag|
Based off of our Freetrapper design, we have created a bag that is a little different. We used a tan colored durable, supple leather. The front flap is covered with the face of a beaver pelt. Black glass pony beads were sewn in as the eyes. The 1 1/4" strap has an antiqued buckle for adjusting the length. The bag measures 7" X 9" with a 2" gusset. Just under the flap is a crescent shaped pocket. Made in the USA by October Country, a manufacturer of muzzleloading supplies. Shipping fee of $12.50 is not included in price.
|Custom Beaver Flap Possible Bag|
This 6 1/2" x 7" black leather shooting bag has an interior pocket and an 1 1/2" gusset. The leathe flap is fronted with beaver fur. The adjustable 1 1/4" strap is leather with a solid brass buckle. The simple style is ideal for the hunter, trapper, shooter or traveler. Made in the USA by October Country, a manufacturer of muzzleloading supplies. Shipping fee of $12.50 is not included in price.
|BROWN BESS PEDERSOLI BICENTENNIAL MODEL|
BACK IN THE EARLY 1970'S PEDERSOLI MADE A SPECIAL RUN OF THEIR REPRODUCTION SECOND MODEL BROWN BESS BRITISH INFANTRY MUSKET. THESE MUSKETS COMMEMORATE THE SERVICE OF 23RD REGIMENT OF FOOT,(AKA THE ROYAL WELSH FUSILIERS), FOR THEIR SERVICE DURING THE REBELLION OF THE AMERICAN COLONIES AGAINST THE RULE OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE. EACH MUSKET WAS SOLD BY SUBSCRIPTION AND THE NAME OF THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER IS ENGRAVED ON THE BUTT PLATE TANG. IN ADDITION, THE STOCK THUMB PLATE IS ENGRAVED WITH AN IMAGE OF THE 23RD REGIMENT CAP BADGE... OVERALL FINE CONDITION, WITH NO ISSUES. THIS IS A FULLY FUNCTIONAL FLINTLOCK MUSKET AND SHOULD BE A GOOD SHOOTER WITH APPROPRIATE BLACK POWDER LOADS. A SOMEWHAT RARE ITEM, AS I SEEM TO RECALL THAT ONLY 1000 OR SO OF THIS MODEL WERE PRODUCED. PROOF OF AGE REQUIRED TO PURCHASE. EMAIL AT GDED14@YAHOO.COM
Hand forged and filed by Nathan Allen, Atlanta, IN. This graceful knife features a curly ash handle and poured pewter bolster. Blade is forged from spring steel and has a strong spine with nice distal taper and a slight false edge. Overall length 10 3/4", blade length 6 3/8", width 1 3/16". $10 shipping.
|LOADING BLOCK .62 Caliber, 2 holes (#2)|
.62 Caliber loading block - 2 holes. Cow horn laminated to curly maple. Brass riveted for extra strength. Scrimshaw Border, 3 1/8 inches long, with hole for carry strap. $60, FREE SHIPPING
First photo; Top: cowhide with turned 0.58" wood spout; $20
First photo; Bottom: cowhide with turned 0.60" wood spout with rawhide repair and burned designs on both sides; $25
Second photo; Top: cowhide with turned 0.38" bone spout with carved folk art rabbit stopper and burned designs on both sides; $35
second photo; Bottom: cowhide and pigskin fringed welt with turned 0.50" wood spout; $20
please add $5 flat rate shipping.
more pics here: http://ewingscreekpouches.blogspot.com/2015/01/shot-and-ball-pouches.html
|Tansel Style Horn in CLF Auction|
This Tansel style horn donated by the Northwest Horn Makers has the all the features, fish moth molding, polychrome coloring, Federal eagle and a Washington portrait. Check it out on the CLF auction page.
The price is just a place keeper
If you are not attending the Lexington meeting or are not a CLA member you CAN use the absentee bidding process explained on the auction page.
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