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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Sheath for the boys axe, and more

Any good axe must have a sheath. So I whipped this out. I didn't have enough copper rivets, so I had to sew this one up. For attachment I just use a simple wrap which is just held in by the tightening of the leather.


The infamous Wildcat stamp.


A few of my axes.
In order:
Vaughn Supersteel
Collins Legitimus
Wetterlings
Super Banko Sweden

The Vaughn is the axe that nearly cut my leg off last year.

This shot shows the little Colonial hatchet. It is actually quite useful. It won't chop down any trees but it will hold it's own when used in context. Plus it is super light weight and it is not stainless steel!


God Bless Yall!

1 comment:

Le Loup said...

I have some pics of original pioneer 18th century equipment carry sheaths, very tempted to make the one for the felling axe. It incorporates a sheath and carry strap. If there was a way of posting the pic here I would just so you can see it.
Regards, Le Loup.

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