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Old 07-05-2011, 02:14 AM   #1
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GW North's Baby and it's custom sheath

When dad came over to make pizza he brought his favorite knife and it's custom made sheath. I got to take some pics.

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Knife
Designer: Porsche
Materials: 301 steal

Sheath
Designer: GW North
Materials: Newspaper and duct tape

Oh yeah, that's how to do it yooper style.

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There is nothing duct tape can't do!
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I like to fashion knife scabbards stapled together from plastic jug material with a removable paper milk container liner.
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Need to upgrade that sheath to Leopard Print Duct tape.
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