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    Pancake sheath


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    Here is a couple pancake style sheaths I made up.
    Made for Buck 110/112 or large framed folders.

    Same sheath design works for Leatherman/Gerber multitools.


    The first one was done in horsehide, dyed black with a rustic texture. I have a Buck 112 molded to fit.



    Second is unmolded done in vegtan leather and beaver tail accent



    Third is chocolate dyed vegtan and frog skin accent



    Black vegtan with a burgandy lizard accent molded to fit a Gerber Multi-tool



    and finally a basket weave.


    The unmolded ones can be molded to fit to the recipients large framed folder or multi-tool.
    Last edited by bizmarkie; 02-01-2013 at 07:03 PM. Reason: pics not showing?

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    I dont know why the pics are not showing....
    Last edited by bizmarkie; 01-31-2013 at 11:38 PM.

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    Odd, when I quote your post I can see the image tags, might be an issue with flickr.

    They might show up eventually.
    Dwayne Puckett

    Quote for the week: Some cause happiness wherever they go; others whenever they go. Oscar Wilde.

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    I'll check in the morning. Hopefully they will show up.

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    I too can see the img tags when I quote... odd

    FWIW, I did the copy/paste thing, really nice work there, my fav is the rustic texture...
    Last edited by theHobbyist; 02-01-2013 at 12:52 AM. Reason: removed quote...

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    The flickr thing is a bust I guess. I opened a photobucket account and here is a shot of a new one...

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    Very nice!
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    Ohh I like the new one a bunch more!!!

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    Photobucket for the win!
    Dwayne Puckett

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    Very nice! That croc sheath is awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bizmarkie View Post
    The flickr thing is a bust I guess. I opened a photobucket account and here is a shot of a new one...
    I like this croc one also! Did you make the punch for your belt loops yourself? I like the radius on it.

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