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    mora classic #3 sheath

    Hi guys,
    a few pics of the sheath i made for the mora #3 mod i had done recently,pleased how it's turned out,i used the vinegaroon method on the sheath very effective,thanks to the bb members who shared there results.
    Iv'e just got over wanting a chip buttey each time i picked it up smells worn off now !!!!
    Thanks for looking.

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    Re: mora classic #3 sheath

    That is really quite lovely
    Is the double panel round the top just decorative?
    " I never said that." Albert Einstein.

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    Re: mora classic #3 sheath

    That sheath fits the knife in an exceptional well manner, mate. Couldn't imagine a different style now that i've seen this. Superb job, really love it a lot!
    Cheers
    Harald

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    Re: mora classic #3 sheath

    Thank's guys,
    Basemetal: the band isn't decorative it's a very important part of the sheath ......................ahm!.......... it's purpose is to cover the ****-up i made by putting the belt loop on the wrong side of the sheath, what an idiot,on the upside its made that part more robust .............thats my excuse anyway.

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    Re: mora classic #3 sheath

    I quite like that band! Excellent job you did on that sheath, it really goes very well together! And I am glad that the smell wore off!

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    Re: mora classic #3 sheath

    The sheath looks very, very well made and so do the handle .
    But your talent needs better designed blades than factory made ones, I think ,
    even if there 's nothing wrong whit the quality of Mora blades, the are only so boring I think .

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    Re: mora classic #3 sheath

    Very nice work Nimrod

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    Re: mora classic #3 sheath

    Thank's for your comments guy's.
    Gunnar: i take your point on using production blades to mod,i am very new to this and have more confidence working on these blades at the moment,i have only bought one handmade blade that i handled and made a sheath for (a neck knife/baby bushie from mick spain) and i spent more time thinking how to do it than just doing it,didn't want to mess it up.

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    Re: mora classic #3 sheath

    Nice outcome of the work, the sheath is very nice in shape, so is the knife. Nothing wrong with Moras blades, as a matter of fact they demand more imagination to succeed with handle design than most other blades with more bevel shapes.

    Cheers,
    Karl-Erik

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    Re: mora classic #3 sheath

    You did a great job!!Lovely knife and sheath!!
    Albert

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    Re: mora classic #3 sheath

    Lovely handle and sheath well done

 

 

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