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Easy Leather Inlay

Not Bob May 10, 2020

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    Not Bob Tiny Member

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    This method is not as durable as stitching two leathers together, but much easier. Sheath entitled, "Bloody Crow Rising," for a Nantahala Trading Post scalping knife. BloodyCrowSml.jpg

    I started with an aluminum sheath liner made from a Litho printing plate. Used contact cement to attach red leather reclaimed from my wife's old red purse. Then used contact cement to attach the outer leather.

    Probably not recommended for a hard use sheath. But, since scalping is no longer politically correct, this sheath won't get much use, anyway. Just hanging from my lodgepole.

    You can file this under: "Give the laziest man the hardest job, and he'll find the easiest way to do it."
     
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