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Flintlock Accoutrements/Accessories
#1
Here are some flintlock accoutrements that my friends and I use for shooting/hunting.

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YMO&HS

Bear
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#2
Hi Bear i like your powder horns they look great i am going to get one to use with my 8 bore antonio zoli shotgun
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#3
It all looks well made, authentic, and functional.  However, vent picks and tools for flint maintenance like knapping and changing are conspicuous by their absence.   
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#4
Thank you. Just wanted to show a few things. Here is a couple more items.

As for vent picks do not use steel or hand forged vent picks since they can bevel the touch hole. I like to use copper wire like this.
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Most of my bags are rigged out like this. Here is my .60 caliber bag with goodies.

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YMO&HS

Bear
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#5
Very nice gear, Bear.  I especially like the knife,\.
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