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    Quote Originally Posted by Keyser Söze View Post


    I really like these. Where'd you get the Indian head stamp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctovey View Post
    I really like these. Where'd you get the Indian head stamp?
    thanks, from my uncle
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    My first knife sheath!

    This thread really sent my leathercraft bug into overdrive. Finally got around to making a sheath for the knife my buddy made me. Thanks for all the inspiration! So much great looking work here.

    note: the dye on the back side isn't as uneven as the crappy photo might look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sash View Post
    Thank you, sir. I'll be happy to send you a paper pattern if you'd like. What sidearm are you making it for?
    Is that hand-stitched? This rig is phenomenal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Eagle Scout View Post
    Is that hand-stitched? This rig is phenomenal.
    Definitely hand stitched. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grillsgt View Post
    How does the knife stay in?
    The sheath has a "Poor Man's Kydex" liner that holds the knife by friction.

    As far as how has it held up, guess I would have to as Looker.

    The sheath can easily be flipped for vertical carry.

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    K, ya'all started me on another hobby...bought a Tandy kit, yesterday. Hope to make some nice 'crafty sorta things. Great ideas here

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    Quote Originally Posted by sash View Post
    Definitely hand stitched. Thanks!
    From the image you posted, your handiwork rivals, if not bests, the commercially-produced rigs. Would you be willing to share your pattern?

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    Seeker- If you have a Tandys close by, make sure you sign up for the classes they offer. Most are free some are not, but all of them will get you started with the basics. I started with a Tandy kit and a few classes from them and it is a lot like bushcrafting, once you start you can't stop!

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