Card Scraping a Powder Horn with Mark Thomas (Workshop Tour Part 3)

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In this third video, professional engraver and flintlock rifle maker Mark Thomas takes us into his Virginia workshop to share a short tutorial on how to use a card scraper to scrape a Scottish Highland cow horn while making a historical rifle powder horn. If you missed his workshop tour, watch part 1 here.

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I apologize for the delay in these videos, but the holidays hit and I’ve been working hard to improve the website and build our new woodworking store…check it out here and let me know what you think: Store.WoodAndShop.com.

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Soon I’ll be releasing the 4th and last video from Mark’s workshop where he shares one of my favorite tutorials…how to make this lovely and historical finish on his flintlock riffles:

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You can visit Mark Thomas’ personal website (here) to see more of his work or to inquire about purchasing his services or products.

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"I'm wildly passionate about traditional woodworking with hand tools, and want to rekindle this lost art. At WoodAndShop I teach you the skills that I learn, and also share anything fascinating that I discover about traditional woodworking. That includes tours of traditional workshops, beautiful furniture, and my favorite tools and books. I hope you enjoy my videos, photos, and articles. Please feel free to leave constructive comments!"

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Wow, what a great idea! Only horn? Can I make another materials in this way? I likes your method. This horn is really excellent. Wood hand craft is really fantastic. I love your post.

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