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db321 sheaths #1052438 04/30/21 01:34 AM
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David Brown Offline OP
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Hi Everybody,

I made 2 versions for this one.

Usually on a curvy bolo-y blade like this I default to my exposed spine style.

But I have been making a few sheaths for a few customers that really get aggressive in the woods and want a more straight drop style sheath.

so what I do is make a "knife" blank and mold to it.

here are both styles

my Original Exposed Spine

and a fully enclosed version.

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David Brown Looking for #83 S5LE www.buybrownholsters.com azgunnut@earthlink.net
Re: db321 sheaths [Re: David Brown] #1052444 04/30/21 01:48 PM
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Ray Settanta Online Content
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Nice work as usual.


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Re: db321 sheaths [Re: David Brown] #1052446 04/30/21 01:51 PM
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Very Nice!!!

Dan


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