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The Honourable Company of Horners -  www.hornguild.org

Contemporary Longrifle Association - www.longrifle.ws

Kentucky Rifle Association  - www.kentuckyrifleassociation.org

National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association  - www.nmlra.org

18th Century Artisan's Show - www.18thcenturyartisanshow.com

 Conner Prairie - Interactive History Park - www.connerprairie.org

 Village Restorations - www.villagerestorations.com

Mark Wheland Rifles -  www.markwhelandrifles.com

E. Fleisher Shot Pouches - www.efleishershotpouches.com

Allen Martin Rifles - www.allenmartinrifles.net

Contemporary Makers Blogspot - www.contemporarymakers.blogspot.com





 A. J. DeCamp Custom Powder Horns


Screw-tip Horns and Horn Restoration

Art DeCamp specializes in the authentic Replication and historically accurate Restoration of powder horns.  He is recognized as a Master Horner by the Honourable Company of Horners; and is highly skilled at the craft of using horn as a medium for a wide range of horn items  including powder horns, cups, utensils, and other historical items.  Art is also available for identifying and appraising original antique powder horns and muzzle loading rifles.  Please visit our "Contact us" page for information on how to reach Art for any of the above services or further questions.  





A nice Fourth Generation York wcrew-tip and a Lehigh/Northampton Style horn recently completed.  I expect to have the four horns shown below at the 18th Century Artisan's Show in Lewisburg, PA on Feb. 4 & 5, 2022

See "For Sale: tab of info on a new buffalo horn.


Two Early Phildaelphia horns.  Both have horn bands at the butt end and internal screw-tips with applied collars at the spout.  These are both based on original horns that I have closely examined.