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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-11-2018, 06:41 PM Thread Starter
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Source for items related to black powder traditional clothes and equipment

I don't know if any of you are interested but I build plains Indian lances and stone head war clubs. I but faux eagle, hawk and song bird feathers and leather , real raw hide and other materials from a place called Crazy Crow Trading Post. They have a big selection of traditional clothes, cook pots, knives etc that are the kind of things that are sold and traded at a sutlers tent. I thought some of you may want to take a look. They also have a great paper catalog you can get for free. Here is the website address.

Native American Craft Supplies - Beads, Leather, Feathers, Kits
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Lots of cool stuff! Thanks for the link.
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Catalog is $5
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thanks for sharing ,sounds interesting
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I bought two possibles bag kits from them and they were of decent quality. However I recently bought a French style tomahawk, and it was a total piece of junk. My mistake I guess for I thought it would be something I could actually use, but it was more of a wall hanger or re-enactors display item. The handle was real poorly made, and the head wasn't even sharp. I sent it back....What I'm getting at is, watch what you buy from them. They do sell many items that are made off shore, and that stuff is crap.
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