Making a sheath after surgery.

USNGMG2

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While recovering at home after surgery, I made another sheath for one of my puukko projects. This sheath is buffalo leather I dyed black. I made the oval jump ring from 3/32" brass rod and the belt loop is secured by a Chicago screw post. the wooden insert is sealed with urethane.

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USNGMG2

Well-Known Member
Thank you for commenting. I am self taught although the puukkoseppa showcased on the Nordiska Knivar website teach me everyday. You tube also has videos and I look at puukkos as well as their sheaths on the web. Making puukkos and sheaths allows me to be creative as well as relaxing.
 

Dusty One

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Yes the A1 was a favorite of mine also. I was a crew chief on the F-4 phantom Saigon area 1970
 
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