Some items I've made

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New to the forum, wanted to share some of the pieces I've made. I'm a hobbyist, but really enjoy it.
This is a small priming horn with some scrimshaw
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A small "Day Horn", holds enough for a full day or light weekend of shooting
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My tomahawk sling
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And here is the patchbox I made for my Kibler Southern Mountain Rifle Kit. My father helped me forge the hinge and make the springs, we had a lot of fun with it.
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Looking forward to being a part of the forum!
 

tbvaughan53@gmail.com

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New to the forum, wanted to share some of the pieces I've made. I'm a hobbyist, but really enjoy it.
This is a small priming horn with some scrimshaw
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A small "Day Horn", holds enough for a full day or light weekend of shooting
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My tomahawk sling
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And here is the patchbox I made for my Kibler Southern Mountain Rifle Kit. My father helped me forge the hinge and make the springs, we had a lot of fun with it.
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Looking forward to being a part of the forum!
Great start
 

drax05

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Just finished another haversack and small pouch which I will paint today with linseed oil and hang on the line for a week or two to age and dry. Fighting Metastatic Melanoma, and up all hours of the night so I may as well be productive! Haversack will hold jerky, parch corn, cup, dried squash, hard tack and gunpowder tea, fire steel and fishing kit etc. Have couple "machine sewn ones, but they just don't "look" right in some camps so had been using my home made saddle bags to hold/carry everything. Have couple new 100% wool blankets coming in so will get a little more canvas and get to work on new bedroll next week. You-all have a nice day!
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muzzleloader48

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Just finished another haversack and small pouch which I will paint today with linseed oil and hang on the line for a week or two to age and dry. Fighting Metastatic Melanoma, and up all hours of the night so I may as well be productive! Haversack will hold jerky, parch corn, cup, dried squash, hard tack and gunpowder tea, fire steel and fishing kit etc. Have couple "machine sewn ones, but they just don't "look" right in some camps so had been using my home made saddle bags to hold/carry everything. Have couple new 100% wool blankets coming in so will get a little more canvas and get to work on new bedroll next week. You-all have a nice day!
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drax that is some nice bags there. You take good care of your self. Post some more of the items you make.
 

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