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Thanks both of you. I'm onto the sheath now, I have some 3.5mm veg tan I have used for my last sheath but struggled with the stitching last time due to the thickness. If I went for 2.5mm would that be thick enough?

 

Cheers, Rob.

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god i need to come on here more often, some great knives there fellas, i just bought a nice damascus blank and am thinking about what to make the handle from, def love to join in the next round if u do one, good job all

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