Bison Powder Horn
Bison Powder Horn
Bison Powder Horn

Bison Powder Horn

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Made from a real American Bison horn, it measures from 9 to 1" when measured around the longest arc at the bottom.

The butt plug is turned hardwood, finished as walnut, about 3" in diameter. This medium size powder horn may hold perhaps 50 to 70 shots of black powder. It is an ideal companion for your Hawken, Leman, or Plains rifle.

The tapered neck is about 2" in length, with a raised shoulder to retain your powder horn strap. A supple leather powder horn strap is included.

The domed wooden butt plug is hand turned hardwood. 

Hand made, all surfaces are hand scraped and polished. Entirely black, buffalo horn have a different texture than cow horns, and always have a few small craze marks in the surface. This enhances the antique appearance of the horns. These are classic bull buffalo powder horns.

The hard wood stopper is stained dark to match the butt plug, with a groove for your lanyard.

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Mary T. (Royse City, US)
Gift

This was a gift for my grandson for Christmas and when he got it he wore it around his neck the rest of the day. He loved it.

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Randy C. (Las Vegas, US)
Bison Horn

Looks great with all of my other Bison oriented decor and wear.

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John G. (Salt Lake City, US)
Nice Powder horn

I have heirloom horns and was looking for one to use in the field. This is a good looking and functional horn

S&D Spinning Mill, Millbury, MA, USA

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The Dearnley Family has been running S & D Spinning since the 1800s. This is one of the last large scale wool mills left in the U.S. and they are absolutely crucial to us keeping our production here in the U.S.

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