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    Tribesman snowleopard's Avatar
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    New sheath....

    For my SAK ranger:
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    Lined with thin tan milled leather, simple belt loop, and chocolate brown oil dye.

    Hope you like it!
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    Thanks,

    Joel

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    great work mate

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    Very nice!
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    Thanks!
    Check out my leatherwork: http://snowleopardleathergoods.jimdo.com
    Thanks,

    Joel

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    Fantastic work there buddy. Looks like you've put a lot of hard work into this one fella.

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    Tribesman snowleopard's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdrianRose View Post
    Fantastic work there buddy. Looks like you've put a lot of hard work into this one fella.

    Ade
    4 hours at least! The lining fold on the moulded part was awful to stich. Whenever I punched a hole the molding flattened, and had to be reshaped.


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    Well your hard work has paid off pal. It looks great.

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    Real nice and I like the way you presented the sheath in the photo, I always struggle with setting out an item to photograph it for best results.



    Rob.

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    Thanks!
    Check out my leatherwork: http://snowleopardleathergoods.jimdo.com
    Thanks,

    Joel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraxinus View Post
    Real nice and I like the way you presented the sheath in the photo, I always struggle with setting out an item to photograph it for best results.



    Rob.
    I have now started to use old wallpaper as a background, if you have 1/2 hour spare, then this is the video I watched http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5NU6fEE9kZU
    Check out my leatherwork: http://snowleopardleathergoods.jimdo.com
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