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    Old Hickory Sheath And Equipment Belt

    A few of my latest leathercraft creations guys.The sheath isa older stye more common in the 18th and early 19 centuries.I am a bit of a fan of old hickory knife they are great value for the money..Equipment belt is 1 and 3/4 of a inch wide with solid brass button..




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    Very nice, I am in the market for a new belt. What jacket is that you are wearing in the second picture.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MongooseDownUnder View Post
    Very nice, I am in the market for a new belt. What jacket is that you are wearing in the second picture.


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    I am you man if you need a belt...The jacket is made by Helikon I got it online somewhere,bushcraft store I think..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howling Dingo View Post
    A few of my latest leathercraft creations guys.The sheath isa older stye more common in the 18th and early 19 centuries.I am a bit of a fan of old hickory knife they are great value for the money..Equipment belt is 1 and 3/4 of a inch wide with solid brass button..
    Looks to be a well made sheath, & an excellent choice of knife. Well done. Thumbs_Up_2.png
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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Loup View Post
    Looks to be a well made sheath, & an excellent choice of knife. Well done. Thumbs_Up_2.png
    Keith.

    I do like there knife issue is they are cheap as chips in the USA but a bit pricey over here...
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