August 4, 2020
The bag is made from 2/3 oz. veg, tanned leather, hand stitched and dyed, treated with nests-foot oil and bee's wax.
The bag size is 7" wide at the opening tapering out to 7 1/2" at the bottom and 8 1/2" deep. It has a 1 1/2" gusset tapering up the sides to the top of the bag. Medium size inside pocket. Strap is 1" wide fitted with a iron buckle and the flap is button down.
A great size bag for either rifle or fowler!
July 6, 2020
The bag is 7 1/2' wide at the opening and almost 8" deep plenty of room for what ever he will need for his hunting.There is also a small inside pocket.
June 2, 2020
May 28, 2020
The grandkids have played with him over the years. It’s sad that I have no rhythm and so my ranger can’t keep a beat either, but in someone else’s hand he can dance a jig.
May 27, 2020
April 29, 2020
Here is a shot bag and horn that were made to be together.
This is a well made but simple shot bag that was common to find hanging for trade or sale in any gunsmith, cobble or harness makers shop in the 18th century.
The bag is made from 2/3 oz. veg. tanned leather, handed stitched with welted seams. The bag size is 6 ¼” at the opening and 7” at its widest point, and 7 1/2’ deep.
The opening of the bag as well as the rolled edge of the flap is trimmed in pigskin. The backside of the flap is lined in natural linen and held closed with a tab and button.
There is a small inside pocket, 4” by 3”
The strap is cut from 5/6oz. veg. tanned leather and fitted out with a hand forged Iron buckle.
The bag and strap is dyed brown and treated with neat’s-foot oil and bee’s wax to complete the bag.
The powder horn is also simple, light in color, measuring 14 ½” around the outside curve and 3 ¼” across the butt and is air tight. The strap is made of a heavy cow hide and dyed a dark brown and held in place with two iron staples.