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    Default Another Mark II Svord Scabbard

    A friend asked me to make a Svord sheath for him, in the non dangler Mark II style.


    Cheers

    Mike
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    very nice work, i like that a lot
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    smooth! perfect sheath tis braw
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    That's really got everything going for it.

    Elegant and simple,if that's the right word?
    For a' that, an a' that,
    It's comin' yet for a that,
    That man tae man the world o'er
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    Thanks guys

    Quote Originally Posted by Barn Owl View Post
    That's really got everything going for it.

    Elegant and simple,if that's the right word?
    Simple is the perfect word - the aim is always to compliment the knife. I think the Svord Peasants simplicity is it's key attraction to me.
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    oooh i like the look of that
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    Ooh, I like that!

    I think I'll have to have a blast a making onethat style for mine.

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    yer i do like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainm View Post
    A friend asked me to make a Svord sheath for him, in the non dangler Mark II style.


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    Mike
    this one really looks good. i like it.

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    Very nice indeed

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    really nice sheath, lot better than the one I made for mine. lol I'm jealous

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    Wow, nice looking sheath there my friend, really like the shape and color.
    Yet it is not clear how these hang from you belt for me, as I would assume it would tilt akwardly because of its centre of gravity, or is that just me?
    Yours sincerely Ruud

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    Seriously killer work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grey- array View Post
    Wow, nice looking sheath there my friend, really like the shape and color.
    Yet it is not clear how these hang from you belt for me, as I would assume it would tilt akwardly because of its centre of gravity, or is that just me?
    Yours sincerely Ruud
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    http://www.bushcraftuk.com/forum/sho...t=svord+review
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    I see now, that looks really good, would like to try on of those some time they look gorgeous and handy to opening towards the front.
    And that balance thing is no issue at all Thanks for showing that to me Mountainm.
    Yours sincerely Ruud

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