Sheaths for Koster Bushcraft

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Those are great pics, Martin. The waxed version is a little different, it looks good with the handle of the knife.
 
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Thanks for the kind words guys.

Posting here made my blog reach a new record in visitor numbers. I'll be posting here more often!

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sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet. I like the combination of kydex and leather. the finishes are really nice, too
 

gunknifenut

KILJOY KutLery, hand made in Luling Texas
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I have seen your sheaths before..I love them..perfect combo of practical and beauty. I dont know if you want to, or if you can...but give us a list of the knives that you can make a sheath for. Gene
 

mymindisamob

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Absolutely Awesome! I think you might want to think about how your going to handle the windfall of inquiries now.;);)
 
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.but give us a list of the knives that you can make a sheath for. Gene

Thanks Gene,

This is what I currently have:

Fixed:

  • SRKW Ratweiler
  • SRKW Bandicoot
  • SRKW Howling Rat LM
  • SRKW Ratmandu
  • Fällkniven F-1
  • Fällkniven NL-4 Frej
  • Fällkniven NL-5 Idun
  • Bark River Nebula
  • Bark River Bravo-1
  • Cold Steel Bushman
  • Kabar Next Generation
  • Buck Vanguard
  • Böker M3 Trench Knife
  • Helle Fjellkniven
  • Brusletto Speiderkniv
  • Jarvenpäa Puukko
  • Frost Mora 740 carbon
  • Ralph Martindale Golok no. 2
  • Dan Koster Bushcraft
  • Dan Koster Bushmaster (on order)
  • Fehrman Shadow Scout
The next couple of weeks I'll be working on sheaths for SRKW Chopweiler, Hairy Carry and Scrapyard Bird Dog. Those blades will be gone as soon as they're finished, so chime in now, if you need pants for one of those..

Thanks for the nice remarks guys. I appreciate it!

martin
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gunknifenut

KILJOY KutLery, hand made in Luling Texas
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I would agree, as far as here on bladeforums, and at home!
 
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VERY nice, Martin! That link goes to my Favorites!

As a budding beginner leathermaker, you've inspired me. :thumbup:
 
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