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In the days of the early west, when the frontier was untamed and home to only the most rugged of survivors, an Old Western Powder Horn was likely a common enough sight, especially among those who favored the use of powerful black powder rifles.
Powder horns, most commonly used with eighteenth century muskets, were used to carry gunpowder. Powder horns were generally crafted from a cow or buffalo horn, along with nonferrous metal parts to ensured that the powder would not be detonated by sparks during storage and loading. Horn was also naturally waterproof and already hollow inside, so it made a perfect choice from readily available material.
To clean wipe with no abrasive cloth and warm soapy water. Towel Dry.