But, they weren’t sloppy. Even home made was not crude. Maybe patched and frayed but started out well done. Stay away from bushcraft.I should think style is less important than craftsmanship in this case. Much of the original shooting equipment I’ve seen from the Kentucky/southern Indiana area was homemade and, being a fairly poor area at the time, things were pressed into service probably longer than they should have been. Most things I was able to find had lots of wear and repairs evident, showing very long service. Just a thought.
All that said, I think every rifle deserves a lovely bag/ horn combo to keep it company.