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Published on Apr 12, 2009
This is a sheath I made for my Dad's old Puukko, which I made with his and my friend Al's help out of a small piece of Kwila wood, the remainder of which we brought back from the mission field when I was little. Most of the credit for this should go to Al, for without him I could never have done so well. Aside from using chisels/gouges, countersink, brushes, rags and a vise, we worked at his shop and used the following power tools: bandsaw, table saw, jointer, router (I think), drill press, belt sander and vibrating sander. The glueing, drying, finishing and leatherworking was done by hand. After using gel stain on it, I gave it a good handrubbed finish of neatsfoot oil for several days and then coated it with Howard's Beeswax and Orange Oil sealer for a high sheen and protective layer. Music is "Das Tor" by Faun. Stop by their website and see their great CDs! http://www.faune.de/web/index.html Thanks for watching! PMZ