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    Nov 2001
    San Antonio, Texas

    Sheath Makers and Such of Blade Forums

    Hello everyone! Its time to put up a revised list of Sheath Makers and Such (Such will be defined soon) The new rules for crafty people require a "Knife Maker, Craftsman, Service Provider" membership in order to sell and advertise your wares here. Sparks rule, not mine, just to clarify.

    So, in order to list yourself here at this time you need to upgrade your membership level to Craftsman. The Upgrade is very cheap advertising, and also gives you permission to sell in the exchange as well.

    I apologize for the stir up, but things change and evolve, and we think this is an evolution in the right direction.

    Here's the breakdown:

    Real name:
    Business name: (if applicable)
    Specialty: ie leather, kydex, etc
    Contact info: ie E-mail, website, phone, address

    A couple of pics of your work wouldn't hurt.

    Whats not allowed, non craftsman memberships, suggesting someone besides yourself, negative commentary. These posts will be dealt with by the Super in his own way.

    Please keep all commentary out of the list so it doesn't get clogged up and will be easy to manage and search through.

    I'll come in and add things as we go through the process here, but so far so good!

    Thanks Everyone!!!

    SUPEREDIT: If You let your membership lapse (for too long), you will be removed from this list. If you want to remain on this list it is suggested that you keep your membership updated and current.
    Last edited by Karda; 04-19-2013 at 01:31 AM.
    Dwayne Puckett

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    San Antonio, Texas

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    May 2005
    Kerrville, Texas
    Paul Long Custom Leather

    Specializing in custom leather knife sheaths. Pouch, Sash, Blade Only, Folder Pouch Etc. Elaborate or Plain.

    No web site, but I will be glad to email photos of the various types and styles.

    Instructional DVDs.

    Contact information below in sig line.
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    Last edited by sheathmaker; 04-11-2011 at 02:58 PM.

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    Nov 2007
    Tonto National Forest... New River Arizona

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    Meridian, ID

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    May 2012
    Born and raised in California

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    Sep 2012

    New Guy

    Al Dodge

    Kosciusko, Mississippi
    Email - [email protected]
    Web Site -
    Cell Phone - 620 - 680 - 0177

    New guy here. I've seen a lot of the forums here in the past 7 years. I do all of Todd Davison's knife photos. Made a few knife sheaths for those a few years back and now I'm going try and make a few to sell.
    Specialty - Custom leather Pocket Knife Sheaths & Cases. Each sheath is made from scratch. I line most of them with deer skin or some other nice material. And I hand lace the edges. I'm no Paul Long but I hope to get better with my tooling.Wish me luck ..... Thanks!


    Last edited by PocketKnives4Sale; 02-24-2013 at 09:19 PM. Reason: location change
    Al Dodge

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    Jul 2012
    Custom fully lined and tooled leather pouch and stacked style sheaths for fixed blade or folders.

    Send me a note for a quote! (man, that sounds like one of those cheesy info-mercial lines)

    Thanks for looking!

    CRK Green Beret with firesteel, removable dangler, removable retention strap, leg tiedown

    ESEE 3 with firesteel, removable dangler, leg tiedown

    BK2 with firesteel, removable dangler, leg tiedown

    Pouch sheath with Ostrich Leg inlay

    Horizontal Carry Pouch

    Busse Combat sheaths

    Butterfly sheaths with tiedown, dangler

    Fitted sheaths

    Last edited by knifeleather; 12-05-2014 at 08:24 AM. Reason: updated photos

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    Join Date
    Mar 1999
    Northeastern PA
    Name same as my forum name, Gary W. Graley, probably better known as G2 on most forums as well.

    Leather work

    Folder sheaths only

    All are formed tightly to the knife for a good friction fitup, so, these would not be sheaths for your Safe Queen knives, they are for using knives.
    Also not all knives work well in my style of sheaths so I'd need to see the knife in the closed position to see the contours.

    my photobucket web page

    Here are a few examples;

    Email works best to contact me if you have any folder sheath needs,

    Last edited by Gary W. Graley; 12-22-2013 at 03:59 PM.
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    Oct 2007
    Nettleton Ms
    A good many of you know me already.I am John Cohea and frontier style rawhide sheaths is my specialty.

    John M Cohea
    John M Cohea Frontier Style Knives,Hawks,and Leather



    The DVD "Basic Rawhide Sheath Construction" now available!

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    Oct 2011
    Tehachapi Ca
    Dave Ferry
    Horsewright Clothing and Tack

    Known as Horsewright on BF but call me Dave

    Website at Email is: [email protected]
    Phone: (661) 822-4941

    Twenty five years experience as a professional leather craftsman, I am also a knife maker. Together my wife and I, make leather sheaths, holsters, leggings, rifle scabbards, purses, martingales, spur straps and much more. Check the website for a full selection of our products, all handcrafted by us. Our sheath designs are time tested, cowboy tough and durable. You don't have to be a rancher, they are perfect for hiking, camping, hunting, fishing and work too. They are compact, secure and comfortable. Everything is hand made, hand tooled and constructed from the finest materials. Herman Oak is used for sheaths, holsters, scabbards etc and various chap leathers are used for the purses and leggings. If you're needing a sheath for your knife, or heck, a knife and sheath give us a call. Spending too much time on BF? Check out the purses my wife makes. Get one for your lady and you won't be in trouble any more. Thanks for looking, hope you enjoy the pics.

    Basket stamped Pancake Sheath and fully tooled wrist cuffs. Flower carved Pancake Sheath and Charmitas leggings.

    Two Gordo Sheaths both basket stamped. Basket stamped Chinks on the left with initials and Charmitas on the right.

    This guy was definitely in need of a new sheath for his knife. For larger knives, the Pancake sheath works very well worn in the small of the back, (SOB). Need a belt? We can help you with that too.

    The Horizontal Sheath made in either a right or left hand version to be worn cross draw. Compact, secure and you'll forget you're wearing it.

    The Slotted Sheath. Extremely versatile, it can be worn 360 degrees on the belt.

    For larger knives the Slotted Sheath works very well behind the hip with a butt forward draw.

    1911 Holster in basket stamp, (can be made with or with out safety strap) and our Rangeflap Holster in partial basket stamp.

    One advantage of our Rangeflap holster is that while made for a specific gun it will fit several you might have. The Rangeflap holster is completely leather lined. Detail of the tooling on a 1911 holster.

    Scoped Rifle Scabbard, (fully leather lined) and Carbine Scabbard. Rugged protection for you rifle whether horseback, atv, jeep or truck.

    Some examples of my wife's purses.

    Two of the smaller cross body purses.

    Raindrop damascus Chef's knife with Mammoth Ivory handle and slip sheath.

    Thanks again for looking and call if we can be of help.
    Last edited by Horsewright; 09-29-2014 at 01:58 AM. Reason: Additional and typos
    Dave Ferry
    Horsewright Clothing & Tack
    (661) 822-4941

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    Dec 2010
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    Dec 2014

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    May 2013
    Abingdon, VA
    Eric Lucy
    Overmountain Knife and Tool, Abingdon VA
    Custom made knives and tools, repairs, service, etc...
    We, (wife and I) do leather and kydex as well. I use mostly Hermann Oak veg tan stuff, Kangaroo from Packer of Australia, and just updated foam to the maxx form stuff for the kydex. No pics of pressed stuff with that yet...
    [email protected]

    Here is a ranger style belt and matching leg strap for a sheath (in progress)

    Uses a Sam Browne stud on the inner for extra support as a gun belt...

    Kydex and leather IWB holster for a Taurus compact 45

    Double single-stack mag pouch.

    More photos online, don't want to make this thread 7 feet long with photos available elsewhere... Google my Pintrest page for most up to date pics etc... Should get some new kydex shots up tonight using the new foam...


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    Oct 2011
    Mid Tenn

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    Sep 2013
    the Great State of TEXAS

    Hale Storm Custom Kydex

    Ronnie Hale

    Hale Storm Custom Kydex

    Custom Kydex, Boltaron, and Holstex sheaths along with leather and kydex hybrids.

    Specializing in "Piggyback" design and engineering.

    Email at [email protected] or [email protected]

    Cell phone - 832.754.4735

    Last edited by Hale Storm; 11-21-2015 at 09:11 AM. Reason: More pics
    "Thanks Dad. Thanks for 40 years of adventures in the outdoors. You instilled a love of the outdoors in me and I will always want to walk around in the woods, hunt, fish, camp, and play with knives and guns. It's who I am" - Ronnie Hale Jr.

    Member - Evans Knife and Tool

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