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CitizenZ wrote:After seeing what she did with a spoon, I can only imagine what she could do with that machete.
Cpt. MelonBuster wrote:Glocks never killed no Nazis.
cowboyfromhel86 wrote:how much of a pain is it to get back in the sheath dundee style?
other then that being an isue that I see its looks good bro
0122358 wrote:so we moved a thread to maintain OPSEC on a fictional vid game so our team doesnt get kill as easily by possible spies...fuckin sweet
DannySkillZ wrote:I'm a rookie at leathercraft but I did land some nice tooling leather and made this. Pretty happy with the concept. Maybe a real leather craftsman can run with the idea. The Knife is a Buck Nighthawk.
Oneswunk wrote:Interesting idea, but I still prefer the feel of wood in my hands.
tarzan wrote:Not a sound argument for having wood, in my opinion.
Tommy Tran wrote:Before I drop hammer on a 'clear' SG I full finger both tubes!
Gun_Nut_2k1 wrote:DannySkillZ wrote:I'm a rookie at leathercraft but I did land some nice tooling leather and made this. Pretty happy with the concept. Maybe a real leather craftsman can run with the idea. The Knife is a Buck Nighthawk.
I don't know If I qualify as "a real leather craftsman" but I do make leather goods. You did very well ESPECIALLY if that is your first attempt. Add to the whole thing you incorporated three mounting options I am impressed. I am not a big fan of crossing man made material, like the straps, with leather but it came off pretty darn well. A little work on your stitching and I say you well on your way to making sellable leather goods. Well done!
Kommander wrote:Hoot Harrington wrote:Kids, pizzas, same thing.
Well they are both tasty
RickOShea wrote: there are only three kinds of snake that I don't like: live ones, dead ones and sticks that look like snakes.
KentsOkay wrote:Love how a thread on hiking somehow ends up with twisted balls and lubricating your body in animal grease.
aus.templar wrote:this thread keeps getting worse... or better, I'm not quite sure
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