Brisa Enzo Nessmuk Sheath?

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    Put together a Brisa Enzo Nessmuk,does anyone know where I can buy a sheath that fits it?

    Thanks For Looking :)
     
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    Making your own sheath isn't very hard. It doesn't have to be real pretty to look decent and be functional.
     
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    Freebirdfb, I did make my own sheaths for years. I see pain management on Monday and a cardiologist on Thursday. Making sheathes isn't fun for me anymore, that's why I'm looking to buy one.
     
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    Contacted Brad at Thompson's Scandinavian knives. H said Brisa waas making a sheath for the knife and he would have them in stock in 2-3 weeks.
     
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    Thanks Flint,I wonder why they put it under "western sheaths" ? I must not have seen it..
     
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    I bought the nessmuk blank from Thompson's, received it and it still had the forge residue (soot?) on it. After I cleared the soot away I found one side had minor rust pits,the other side was much worse. To the extent that I ended up using a flap wheel on a 5" angle grinder to smooth away the divots. By looking at the picture you can see where I have went over the grind to smooth it and you can see some low spots that I cannot get rid of wiithout removing a substantial amount of steel. I ordered the olive G10 scales for this knife,even though they are more expensive than I would normally spend. On the whole I think the trapper I bought was the better knife.

    I have not used the blade yet,still researching whether it would be better convex or a mini-bevel.
    Enzo Nessmuk Fin.jpg
     

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