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Atlanta Cutlery carries gun accessories such as powder flasks, cleaning rods and cleaning kits. 

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Hawksley Replica Brown Leather Powder Flask Floral Design

#804054
This replica Hawksley Black Powder Flask has a brown leather shell with a floral design and features a brass Hawksley removable head with spring-loaded thumb release lever and adjustable tip.
$44.95

New Stock P-1853 .577 Caliber Percussion Infantry Rifle

#600568
New buttstock for P-1853 .577 caliber percussion infantry rifles and P-1864 .577 caliber Snider breech loading rifles.
$174.95

Powder Horn

#801584
This powder horn is made from real horn; no two are alike. Hand carved end cap and spout plug with a natural leather shoulder strap. Average length 12" with a 2-1/2" diameter.
$14.95

Powder Horn With Brass Powder Dispenser

#804917
This natural power horn features a spring-loaded release with a brass charger / dispenser which holds about 50 grains of powder. Unscrews for refilling with a permanently affixed wooden end cap.
$14.95

Replacement Stick Mag

#803594
$26.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Springfield 1903 1903/A3 Accessory Kit

I feel fortunate to have found these.  Really great find on your part, and great price.
Reviewed by: Lowell, March 24, 2017

Review of: Japanese Arisaka WWII Rifle Reproduction Cleaning Rod

Really well made.  Miles ahead of rusted-out "real" ones.
Reviewed by: Lowell, March 24, 2017

Review of: Springfield 1903 1903/A3 Accessory Kit

I don't think these are repros; appear original issue.  Very pleased with them.
Reviewed by: Donald, January 30, 2017

Review of: Powder Horn

good product for the money . you can buy better but you will pay for it.
Reviewed by: mark, December 19, 2016

Review of: Hawksley Replica Brass Powder Flask Hunting Scene

I find them to be of better quality and safety than regular flasks. I have several and use them all a lot for my muskets
Reviewed by: John, October 29, 2016

Review of: Powder Horn

Nicely made in the style of many earlier horns in museums. I'm very happy with my purchase !
Reviewed by: Richard, December 19, 2014

Review of: New Stock P-1853 .577 Caliber Percussion Infantry Rifle

I have bought two off these and for the price they are fine. The lock needs inlaying from scratch Barrel bed usually needs some work but if you have the skills this is a good deal Please NOTE wood while hard is NOT walnut however for a Nepal gun is authentic.  
Reviewed by: David, November 29, 2014

Review of: Leather Scabbard for M1 Garand Rifle

well made also fits remington model 8/81
Reviewed by: Terrance, August 26, 2011