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Hivernant
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I made everything with the exception of the knife and veg tanned shot bag. The sharpening stone was my Grandpa's. I don't have a picture of my NW trade gun or my oval flint & steel, but you know what they look like.

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Booshway
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Looks nice Pare. Everything fits nicely together.

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Factor
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Again, fine looking stuff.


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Hivernant
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Pare: nice job

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Booshway
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I like 'em. I need to make me a buffalo powder horn.
 
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Booshway
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Nice gear.


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Hivernant
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Thanks, guys.

I had Scott Sibley make me a bark tanned bag to go with the St. Louis powder horn and measures he made.

Pare-

 
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