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Making a Leather Sheath for My Jacklore Bush Knife (HISTORIC VIDEO)

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Published on Jul 23, 2012

CURRENT JACKLORE KNIVES COME WITH SUPERB SHEATHS.
This video was made several years ago for my pre-production knife, which did not have a sheath. This is one of the first knives ever made by Sandy Jack. This primitive sheath is part of history of the Jacklore Brand. Descriptive information, as written several years ago follows:

"A Jacklore bush knife deserves a custom leather sheath. This video shows how I made one. I wanted a simple sheath that was riveted together rather than stitched. I also wanted the flexibility of being able to attach the sheath to my belt or a shoulder strap. First I made a "right-handed sheath." Then I flipped the pattern and made a "left-handed sheath."

This was my first leather project. Leathercraft was one of my mother's hobbies. But as a kid, I was only allowed to "help by watching." To prepare for this project, I read Mother's books and researched how to make knife sheaths on the Internet.

Learn about Jacklore bush knives at: http://www.jacklore.com/.

Videography and knife sheath by Ken Kramm, July 2012; Canon Vixia HFG10, Canon PowerShot SX40HS, Final Cut Pro X. Techno Twang by spinmeister, public domain, http://ccmixter.org/files/spinmeister... Hesitating (piano) by TheDICE, Creative Commons 3.0, http://ccmixter.org/files/TheDICE/34942; Batty McFaddin by Kevin MacLeod, ISRC: USUAN1200003, Creative Commons 3.0, http://incompetech.com/m/c/royalty-free/. "

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