Discussion in 'Muzzleloading and Traditional Archery' started by Shovelbuck, Mar 28, 2010.
You need to take it to Antique Roadshow and se if you can fool them.
Incredible! You sir, are an artisan of many crafts. Great thread!!!
Excellent job Shovel.
Thank you for sharing the whole process with us.
Great Looking Horn!
The powder horn is a beauty, truly a work of art Jay; looks to me like you have found a new calling. :way:
Your relative certainly had a special place in history.
What other secrets are you hiding from us? :grin:
That's a great looking powder horn Shovelbuck. You do good work. I bought a semi-finished Flat Horn from someplace online..Crow something.. Anyway, I finished it and scrimshawed a gobbler on the front and back. One with India Ink and one with watercolors then sealed to keep the colors. I'll post a picture of it when I get a chance to take a good picture.
I don't use it for powder, but for shot when squirrel hunting and will use it for dove if I go this season.
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