Saturday, October 31, 2015

Pumpkin by Ken Scott

Photographed at the 2015 CLA Show by Jan Riser.

Hunting Pouch and Knife Sheath Workshop with Maryellen Pratt and Jeanne McDonald

Hunting Pouch and Knife Sheath Workshop with Maryellen Pratt and Jeanne McDonald
 April 2 and 3,  2016
Canter’s Cave 4H Camp, Ohio

This 2015 Hunting pouch and knife sheath workshop will take place at the Canter’s Cave 4H Camp located in Jackson, Ohio.

This 2 day workshop will cover the basic concepts and help to develop your working skills with leather and leather tools, creating patterns and learning basic sewing and finishing techniques.

Maryellen Pratt and Jeanne McDonald will conduct this workshop.

Maryellen Pratt Bag

Maryellen Pratt Sheath

Jeanne McDonald Bag

Jeanne McDonald Sheaths

For information and to register contact:
Joe McGee at or 513.707.8362

The date has been changed for this workshop. The flyer at the CLA Show in August started a November date which has been changed to April of 2016.

Friday, October 30, 2015

Thursday, October 29, 2015

“Liberty’s Hammer” by Ron Paul

The lock is a round face Chambers lock. The barrel, is a 38 inch 50 caliber, Lynn Weimer barrel. The ramrod is not original to the gun. It has probably been shot less than 50 times and has taken two deer. It is also possibly the last rifle built by Ron Paul approximately 10 years ago.

Photos supplied by Mark Horvat for Rod Douglas.

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

New York Map Horn by Kevin Hart

Length: 15 inches
Throat: Carved edge followed by a 5 1/2 inch round to octagonal throat, with two wedding bands and four carved rings at the tip
Butt Plug: 3 inch turned Walnut plug
Horn Peg: 1 1/2 inch turned horn dyed body color
Worn: Right or Left side
Inscriptions: His Horn 1759/ names of NY townships, river, lakes & forts
Carvings: British Royal Seal, parked cannon, Indian with raised tomahawk, deer, hunter with dog, New York City, sailing ships, compass, cabins, churches, trees, marching soldier, soldiers fighting with swords, couple dancing, running Indian, cartouche, Cities of Albany & Schenectady, Hudson/Mohawk & North Rivers, Maker's Mark.

Copy and photos supplied by Kevin Hart.

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

'Escopeta' by Brian Anderson

Here is a recent 'escopeta', they were popular in our southwest through the 18th century.
The lock castings are from the Rifle Shop.

The horn is my homage to early Philadelphia horns.

Photos and horn supplied by Brian Anderson.

Ball Bag by Eric Ewing

Photographed at the 2015 CLA Show by Jan Riser.

Monday, October 26, 2015

Knife by Hershel House

Photographed at the 2014 Tennessee Kentucky Rifle Show by Jan Riser.