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    Default I also made a jute wrapped handle for a Puukka

    I was inspired by some of the other studs on here who did this and thought I'd give it a try. It was also my first attempt at stacking leather. Copper, too.


    Hopefully I'll be able to break it in this weekend and see how it holds up.


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    Looks good!

    And posting in a "thought" thread!

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    Nice pair! How long is the blade on the bigger knife? I especially like how you incorporated the leather and copper, looks great. Enjoy them.
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    Nice job,I really like the little one

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexD View Post
    Nice pair! How long is the blade on the bigger knife? I especially like how you incorporated the leather and copper, looks great. Enjoy them.
    Thank you. It's about 5 inches.

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    very nice job man... now get out & use'em!

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    Nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WIndwolf View Post
    I was inspired by some of the other studs on here who did this and thought I'd give it a try. It was also my first attempt at stacking leather. Copper, too.


    Hopefully I'll be able to break it in this weekend and see how it holds up.
    Nicely done.

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