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    Well here is a old hickory 7" butcher knife i got in the mail yesterday and the sheath i made for it hope you enjoy





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    Nice set up!

    Did you use the nuts and bolts so it can be reused for something else as well?

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    I'm sure you will enjoy that knife for many years to come. That first photo would also make you a good avatar pic

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    OH what can I say been caring a small parry for 20 years for a patch knife cut thousand of patches ,fuzz sticks and sutch even skint out a few squriels.

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    thanks i like it so far. i used the nuts and bolts mostly cause thats what i had on hand, the plastic is from a chainsaw oil bottle that i held under very hot water to make bend easier.

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    That's pretty cool.
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    very nice work.I have the same knife in my truck kit box

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    super duper nice,is that poor-man's kydex? and i know someone who wants that 12 pointer elk skull ...
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    Hey that's a sheath I wouldn't have thought about. I love your innovation there! Have you though about taking another oil jug and melting the ends together with a torch and flat piece of steel? Don't get me wrong though, I actually like the nuts and bolts.

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    i did actualy after i ws about half way done making this one lol but with is being 1095 i wanted to make sure it drained as best as posible also i didnt know how strong it would be with just melting. i think i may end up making a new one soon that covers more of the handle

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