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    Tutorial: Wood sheath with leather braids

    Wonderful design and workmanship Eelis, thanks for showing. Go to last post

    John56 01-03-15 10:18 AM

    Tutorial: Wood sheath with leather braids

    Thanks for that Eelis :)
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    Basemetal 28-02-15 08:48 PM
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