I did use glue but did as a failsafe.I'm liking what you did with the horn. Was there any glue involved?
The horn was made 45 years ago. It originally had a regular house hold gas valve in it with a piece of copper tubing swadged on the end. I glued this one in to make sure it is solid. The valve had 1/4 npt and was much deeper than this valve. I'm sure one good bump and I'll be corking it. But for now it's functional.Nice work Bang!
Is the valved spout you used on the horn threaded so it can take a powder funnel/measure?
Thanks. Was going to do a magic braid on the strap but noticed an odd spot in the leather and figured it would be more durable left alone. I attached the strap to extra long tabs on the bag so if it gives way it will be easy to change and I'll do the magic braid then. Would have made another but it was the last of my long pieces of leather. Just got another 30 sqft of leather, thread, dye and single round rapid rivets. Might try my hand at making a hat. Something flat brimmed like the typical Eastwood style. But till then need to make some kind of easy access container to put in bag for projectiles, swab patches, lube and stuff. I've found used primer tins are very handy for shooting patches.I don't have a horn as yet, planned to try my hand at one this winter. That look and spout might be what I try. Thanks for posting.
I also appreciate the compartment like nature of the bag. I'm frankly a little jealous! Nice work.