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<mtnmike>
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I am looking for a bison horn,who besides e-bay has them? Don't have much I can afford to pay.
Mike
 
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On another site a fellow had a bunch off them I will see if I can get his contact info.


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<mtnmike>
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ThanksB..... Wink
 
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Booshway
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Track of the Wolf shows two on their online catalog... one is 8-10" for $14.99 and the larger one is 11-13" for $17.99. Both are raw and unfinished. Hope this helps some


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Thanks M R ! Wink
 
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Never heard back from anyone....Frowner


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Powder Horns by Rocky Mountain Powder Horns, Handmade using ...

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I have horns and bags from him. I like very much
 
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<mtnmike>
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Thanks poordevil! will look into it
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Booshway
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Crazy Crow has finished horns as well as blanks.
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Booshway
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There are a few sources out there.

Moscow Hide & Fur shows one in stock for $15.00.

Sunrise Trading Post lists them, "when available," for $19.95.

Claw, Antler, and Hide in Custer, South Dakota lists bison horns for $15.00. I bought a nice, mature bull skull from their store when I was up there in 2006 for $125.00. It's a beauty, and I ended up giving it to my son. This outfit is near Custer State Park, which has a very successful bison management program. They probably have access to some good horns, but you may want to call them and ask.

Finally, Sioux Trading Post has about the least expensive bison horns you'll find anywhere, but they appear to be out of stock. I have bought several young bull horns from them for $6.00 apiece. These are suitable for small to medium size powder horns, but the hollow runs very close to the tip so you don't have much solid material there to carve for a spout. The last time I bought bison horns from Sioux Trading Post, they only had bison cow horns, which were quite small. They only cost $4.00, though. The folks who run this shop are very nice people, and Rapid City is right there in the heart of buffalo country. If you give them a call they may be able to help you find what you want.

Good luck!

Notchy Bob


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<mtnmike>
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Notchy Bob,,,,Thanks!! I'll take a gander at them
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Mtmike. I may be of some help if you're still looking for a finished buffalo powder horn. Shoot me an email when you get the chance.
seminole1753@yahoo.com

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Pare- mail sent,,thanks for your response! Wink
 
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