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Picked up a couple of steer horns to try my luck at powder horn making.  The first thing I found out: It's more work than I thought it would be. Shocked  I've been scraping the scale with a scraper for a while now trying to get it some what smooth.  The scale is actually kind of deep.  I cut the first one (the right hand carry) down to what I figured is a suitable length.  It's a good 15" measured along the outside curve.  This is my first attempt at making a horn.  I do have a book I'm working from 

Below is pictured the set of horns so you can see kind of a before and my work in progress.
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The scraping is giving it a good look.

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Joe, are you going to scrimshaw it or carve any objects?

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Bob, I'm going to add some flats and some moldings for the shoulder strap to tie onto.  I made a double lobe on the base for the strap.  I think the horn is too dark for scrimshaw.

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Looking good! I actually like the rougher texture than a polished horn. Just person preference of course. The color in that horn is going to look amazing.
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@Smokin' Joe wrote:
Picked up a couple of steer horns to try my luck at powder horn making.  The first thing I found out: It's more work than I thought it would be. Shocked  I've been scraping the scale with a scraper for a while now trying to get it some what smooth.  The scale is actually kind of deep.  I cut the first one (the right hand carry) down to what I figured is a suitable length.  It's a good 15" measured along the outside curve.  This is my first attempt at making a horn.  I do have a book I'm working from 

Below is pictured the set of horns so you can see kind of a before and my work in progress.
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Looks great so far. I've been doing it for a long time and it is fun??? but as you've said it's a LOT of work!! The color is really nice. I can't wait to see the finished product. I have 6 here right now that I can't find the energy to work on. lol I think it's this doggoned Winter cold? It's friggin' freezing here in NE Pa. not to mention the 10 inches of snow I had to move yesterday.
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Stoney, I was going to contact you and buy one of your horns and then a "senior moment" came over me and I decided to try making one.  I think the real challenge will be getting the end cap sized and installed properly with those lobes on there for tying down the strap.  If I mess it up I'll be sending you the other horn for your collection.  Very Happy

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@Smokin' Joe wrote:
Stoney, I was going to contact you and buy one of your horns and then a "senior moment" came over me and I decided to try making one.  I think the real challenge will be getting the end cap sized and installed properly with those lobes on there for tying down the strap.  If I mess it up I'll be sending you the other horn for your collection.  Very Happy
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 Thanks, I appreciate you thinking about my powder horns and a possible purchase in the future? I have a .50 cal. Flinter to build and I need a small horn for a primer. Every thing I have is a might too big. As for cutting the cap. I found a great way to get an accurate outline shape? I don't know if you're interested or not? I'm sure you have a method already?  But I will give you this piece of DIY info. When you need to draw a line around the horn for filing strap grooves or cutting the top off here's how I go about it. Go to the hardware store and get a crap load of those rubber O rings in about every size. They're available in the plumbing section. "Roll" one of the O rings down over the tip and around the horn to where you want to draw your line. This is the easiest way I have EVER found to draw lines around a horn. You just carefully take your pencil and follow the outer edge on one side of the O ring or the other, works great EVERY time. For a long time I used Rubber bands, but they're to flimsy, they stay put better because they're flat, but they're too flimsy and they move when you draw. You'd be better off trying to draw it free hand.
I hope some of this helped? Let me know if you need an idea for drawing that contour for the cap.
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One problem I encountered was having files and rasps that will cut the horn.  I'm trying to put some flats on the horn and my files won't hardly scratch it. I found some USA made Nicholson files on eBay and I think they'll do the job.  But, of course, I'll have to wait a week for them to arrive in the mail.

I'll get some "O" rings, they're cheap too, at the hardware store. 

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One problem I encountered was having files and rasps that will cut the horn.  I'm trying to put some flats on the horn and my files won't hardly scratch it. I found some USA made Nicholson files on eBay and I think they'll do the job.  But, of course, I'll have to wait a week for them to arrive in the mail.

I'll get some "O" rings, they're cheap too, at the hardware store. 

Thanks Stoney
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 I've never really had issues filing/rasping horn? I use double cut Bastard files, flat and half round. Get yourself one of those 4 way rasps. They're about 7 or 8 inches long with 4 different cutting surfaces. They have a flat fine? a flat coarse, a rounded fine??? and a rounded coarse. You can usually find them in the tool section at Walmart for about 6 or 7 bucks, or from your local Ho Chi Minh tool guy? I've had mine for 40 years, be lost without it. Scraping is great for a glass finish once you're done filing and rasping, but it'll take you from now till the cows come home to get anywhere on a fresh horn. Start with some rasps, and coarse (80) grit Emory paper, then go to medium cut files and 150 grit paper until you see some forward progress. It's a loooong dirty process Joe, but you'll get there. Keep your files and rasps clean. Once they fill with horn dust, they're useless! I keep a small wire brush close by and "brush" out the dust ever now and again. When the file starts "skating" over the horn it's time to clean the teeth. You might try a medium to fine wire wheel on your drill press too, to help get the rough scale off, just be careful!
 I hope some of this is useful buddy?
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I will get one of those 4 way rasps today!

Thank you,

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Joe
 My pleasure. I hope something I said will help? I got my 4 way before Walmart existed, so I can't say for sure that they have them, but I think they will? If not, check your local Lowes, Home Depot, or Harbor Freight. One of them HAS to have one! Good luck.
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I just returned from Home Depot.  Picked up a Nicholson 4 way rasp for $7.97.   It's working but those horns are still hard.Very Happy

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Hi Joe
 Good. I tried to send you an email earlier, but the site was down for maintenance. Walmart has them for $4.88... sorry. No body said this was easy!, but it's fun and rewarding! Good luck. Don't forget to share those finished horn pictures.
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Stoney, you mentioned you needed a small horn for a primer.  "The Gun Works" has a lot of primer sized horns priced $5, $6, and $7 dollars.

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Thanks Joe.
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Progress report on Powder horn.  Filed 8 flats on the lower portion and working on strap molding.  Hand filing and scraping is coming along....slowly. I think the horn I have is made out of Kevlar.   Very Happy

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@Smokin' Joe wrote:
Progress report on Powder horn.  Filed 8 flats on the lower portion and working on strap molding.  Hand filing and scraping is coming along....slowly. I think the horn I have is made out of Kevlar.   Very Happy
Joe
As they would say in football, "nice first effort." MAN...you're a natural. I think you have a future as a horner. Great job, congrats. I know sometimes these can be tough. Hang in there. Lets see the finished horn soon!
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Just about finished!!  End cap is pine stained with Laurel Mountain Forge - Nut Brown and a dab of liquid Ritz dye to add a little black color.
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Good-looking horn, Joe. I like the extension for the strap.

What are you using for the plug on the pouring end?

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Just about finished!!  End cap is pine stained with Laurel Mountain Forge - Nut Brown and a dab of liquid Ritz dye to add a little black color. Joe
GREAT JOB!!!!! Can't wait to see it with a strap and all rarin' to go.
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It looks very good. Mark
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I cheated on mine. I used a DA and 80 grit to get it smooth, then progressed to 320.Wet sanded 400 and 600, and buffed. I thought it looked pretty good about 30 years ago.

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Joe that horn looks like ya ben doing it for years.Now make a blowing horn with the other one.
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Thanks guys!

Joe, I would cheat on my next one too!  Although I would finish it by scraping to get the look of old I would do all the hard work of getting the scale off similar to your method. Very Happy  The strap lobes made it harder to fit the end cap because I didn't have a forming cone. The horn is so thick that boiling it in water never really softened it anyway. Not enough heat, but it worked out.

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Joe, how bad was it fitting the plug at the back of the horn?
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Actually it was fairly easy.  The horn was nearly round to start with.  I measure the circumference and it was about 2 -13/16".  I took a compass and put the circle on the pine block.  Went to my 12" disc sander, angled the table down slightly which coned the cap.  I sanded, checked the fit. When the cap would fit in the horn a good 3/4's of the way in.  I then put the butt end of the horn in boiling water but it never did get pliable, not hot enough.  I got tired of waiting and finally removed it, while still hot, smeared some Titebond Wood glue to the inside of the horn and the out side edge of the cap.  I put a piece of cardboard on top of the cap to protect it and tapped it in place with a rubber mallet.  Almost forgot....I preyed a little that I would NOT break the cap in two from tapping with the hammer. :^)

1. I should of used cooking oil or heat gun to heat the horn to get it a little pliable
2. A forming cone would of made the horn perfectly round when it cooled.  Easier to fit the cap.

But like I said in my previous post,  "it worked out just fine".

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Thanks Strong Eagle but I didn't want it looking quite that pretty.  I wanted it to look like it has been used for awhile.  I don't want everyone to know that I'm a "tenderfoot" at this.   Very Happy

Strap came in today so here is the finished horm:

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 GREAT job.... FANTASTIC!!! Did you pray a lot when you were drilling the pour spout hole? I seem to Vent the horn a lot when I make them while drilling that hole. I found a way to fix that issue if I do it by accident, but I'd rather NOT vent the horn if I can help it. GREAT job again buddy. I knew you could do it .
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Thanks for the confidence! 

I paid a lot of attention to the angle I was drilling on the pour spout.  I started out with a small bit and went up one size at a time. The pour spout "plug" is actually tapered.  So I used the tang end of a file last to gently taper the hole.

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 I used to be a custom Guitar builder so I bought a crap load of extra long drill bits over the years for running pickup wires through the bodies. They've come in very handy in Horn and knife handle making, but I still screw up every now and again with the pour spout holes. Sad
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drilled through the side of my horn today. 3 1/2" + of solid horn and the wrong angle.
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I trashed it already. Making one out of a pronghorn antelope horn instead!!
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Don't throw it away Jon. Cut it off and make a cup out of it.

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