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    • Powder flask

    • Powder flask

    • Containers; Gunpowder

    • This oval leather powder flask, with a narrow metal spout, is stitched on the sides. Powder flasks and powder horns are designed to hold gunpowder used in firearms.
    • Powder flask

    • Powder flask

    • Containers; Gunpowder

    • This metal powder flask with an embossed design includes a brass spout. Flasks are used as containers for loose gunpowder, and are successors of powder horns.
    • Powder horn and shot pouch

    • Powder horn and shot pouch

    • Gunpowder; Containers

    • The filled powder horn, numbered '879,' has a wooden cover fastened with nails and secured with a screw and string. A leather shot pouch is tied to the horn with a strip of leather.
    • Powder flask

    • Powder flask

    • Containers; Gunpowder

    • Round brass powder flask includes a spout to measure and pour gunpowder. Flasks are used as containers for loose gunpowder, and are successors of powder horns.
    • Musket balls

    • Musket balls

    • Bullets; Ammunition

    • Musket balls are an early form of ammunition, generally made from lead. The balls are muzzle-loaded into the barrel of a long gun, or musket, wrapped in a loosely-fitting paper patch and backed with gunpowder.

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