Pouch Sheath 640

Paul Long started working with leather while attending Texas A&I back in 1951, and it remained a hobby of his until he retired in 1995. After retirement, Paul trained with a master boot and saddle maker for a year. This gave him a good foundation for taking his leather work into almost any direction. In 2004, Paul was asked to make some sheaths for a friend of his who made knives, and the rest is history. Now Paul specializes strictly in knife sheaths, and with nearly 60 years of experience in working with leather, he has become one of the leading sheath makers of our nation.

Watch Paul as he builds a pouch sheath from start to finish. In this DVD Paul explains the materials used, the tools used, and the sheath making process in detail.

Some of the topics covered are:
  * The importance of accurate pattern
  making
  * How to line the inside of the sheath
  with deer skin
  * Working with the belt loop
  * Tooling the front of the sheath
  * Assembling and applying the sheath’s
  final finish

(Running Time: 1 Hour 45 Minutes)

©2010 Chris Crawford Knives

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