Re: Powder and Priming flasks best options?
I shot a flintlock rifle for over thirty years, but I rarely got close to true reality with the clothes and accessories.
The closest was a replica flask, that was a replica of a civil war pistol flask. That was for the 2F powder. Been using a small plastic bottle, with a flip top for priming powder. Worked for over thirty years, at matches, hunting, and at a practice range.
On the downside of my career, I just eyed a plastic bottle as a backup "flask" for the main firing powder, 2F.
It's a honey bear. Contains honey now, but it, with a tight flip top, should be great for any powder backup at the range. Cleaned up, it should substitute great for a $20 replica flask. I'm retired you know.
Reminds me I have to check on my safety pins. I aways carried one in the belt loop of my pants during hunting or practice, and used it to clean out the touch hole on the muzzleloader. Didn't get them from Dan'l Boone.