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    Looks good to me Bro, nice work!
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    Yeah nice one, I like the tooling.

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    Here are a couple of sheaths I have made, along with one of my OzHaggisHead inspired belt pouches.

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    My axe sheath I made recently, it was the first leather project I made. Next on my list I will try my hand at a leather dangler sheath for my Becker BK16.
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    Default A few of my first projects

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    Here are two my projects I've been pretty happy with.

    The first was for a family members tomahawk. I don't normally work in black, but that's what he preferred. I plan on making a similiar one for my ax and tomahawk, but with a possible belt loop addition.

    The flashlight holster was for a coworker. Mini mags may not be the best, but they are classic lights. Even though it's not exactly something I'd carry in the woods to each his own. Plus it gave me an idea about a sheath from one piece of leather.
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    Here's a sheath I made up for my Ontario RD9




    Here's one for a Condor Nessie





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    This may be my favorite thread!
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    Here is my 2nd sheath.

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    Default My first attempts at leather work

    I decided to try my hand at some leather work. All of these were made with very basic tools ( Dremel tool, harness needles, stiching groover, and a fork to space my stiches)




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    Quote Originally Posted by Moto View Post
    I decided to try my hand at some leather work. All of these were made with very basic tools ( Dremel tool, harness needles, stiching groover, and a fork to space my stiches)




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    Very good work. I like the pouch for stones on the axe cover, and the holster is impeccable, much less for a first one!

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