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    Thumbs up New Swick Sheath

    I got my sheath from Shepard Custom Concealment today. It looks like it is very well made and it is a perfect fit.



    I wrapped the handle and was pleased with my first ever attempt at wrapping a knife handle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by remnar View Post
    I got my sheath from Shepard Custom Concealment today. It looks like it is very well made and it is a perfect fit.



    I wrapped the handle and was pleased with my first ever attempt at wrapping a knife handle.
    That wrap is excellent for an experiences tyer, but for your first it is outstanding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xceptnl View Post
    That wrap is excellent for an experiences tyer, but for your first it is outstanding.
    Thanks, I watched a few youtube videos to get some ideas and then did my own thing.

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    Thank you for sharing this, remnar. I like the color combo!

    Is it setup for belt carry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janfrederik View Post
    Thank you for sharing this, remnar. I like the color combo!

    Is it setup for belt carry?
    It does have a Spyderco G-clip for belt carry. I probably won't really carry this much until summer when I'm not working so much. Until then, I'm not sure if I'll stick with belt carry or just wear it around my neck.

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    Very nice sheath! SCC is great to work with, he did my custom chaparral scales
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    He's doing 2 Swick sheaths for me (One for my Swick and one for the Swick I gave my dad), and handle scales for both, and he's acid washing my Swick. I'm very excited because he does excellent work. He's also doing some work on my Schempp Tuff...there will be many pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paladin View Post
    The handle was only able to cut the hemp when 10,000 metric tons of force was applied

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    Great job on the wrap

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