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The rest of my winter project

Discussion in 'Self-made Gear' started by KS49, Mar 3, 2013.

  1. KS49

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    I posted about a small leather pouch a knife recently but they were only part of a master plan. Here is some more and I am now almost done. This is the main leather satchel.

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    And these are the belt clip pouches and a quiver.

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    And this is the almost complete system.

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    Just need to do a nalgene pouch for the other side andit will be done.

    Ken
     
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    Nice set up!!
     
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    That's a pretty sweet setup you've made.
     
  4. rlh2

    rlh2 Bushmaster Bushclass I

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    Wow! You have talent!
     
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    Nice work did you have a pattern for the satchel
     
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    That's sweet looking. Would love to see some more pictures showing a little more detail.
     
  7. KS49

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    No real pattern involved beyond some graph paper work of my own. Also helped to hax a maxped jumbo on hand to look at. Anyway, some more close up pics.

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    For CCW, I also stuck velcro to the back so I can use my maxped holster and mag sleeves

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    What is the slit opening in the top flap for?
     
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    Sweet setup, very nicely done!

    -Mike
     
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    very nice!!! now THOSE are something to pass on to your grandkids someday!! very well done!
     
  11. Jonah L. Archer

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    That is some seriously awesome work! Great job!
     
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    I'm jealous, nice work.
     
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    excellent job - well thought out, and I love the secondary flap on top for easy ccw or snack access.
     
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    You did a great job on all of it! I especially like your first aid kit! thanks for sharing.
     
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    wow!!
    that's impressive!
     

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