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    Default Paracord wrap for Mora sheath

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    Very Nice work Jacktheclipper Looks Great
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    Nice job Jack

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    Hey that's a great job there. I have a new Mora #1 enroute from Ben as well as some paracord. I know how you did the turks head knot for the neck lanyard but could you do a little tutorial of how you did the sheath wrap.

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    Nicely done. Looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brutane View Post
    Hey that's a great job there. I have a new Mora #1 enroute from Ben as well as some paracord. I know how you did the turks head knot for the neck lanyard but could you do a little tutorial of how you did the sheath wrap.
    Copied it from a wrap Stormdrane did on the handle of a boot knife .
    Basically , you make a loop the length of the sheath and then wind the free end around the sheath with an over-under alternating pattern through the loop . The best part of this wrap is that if you slide the paracord off and pull the loop out of the woven coils the cord is ready to deploy quickly.

    Here is the knife that lives in the sheath


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    Very cool, I am not nearly as creative with 550 as you guys are.

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    Nice job Buddy
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    I've wrapped my Mora sheath as well.. Just not that creatively.. Nice job!

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    very nice; I wrapped my w/ orange cord but no where near as nice. cool!

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