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  1. Pony

    Pony Well-Known OPE Member

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    It's funny how we all look at things differently. I use the sheath to protect the edge of the axe during transport to and from work.
    I won't take the time here but if you google tordoning or tree stem injection you should see what my axes are use for.
    If you are swinging one all day you want to protect that edge as much as you can.
    I'll try and get some photos but I live and work off farm (6 hrs away) and drive half the night to get to the farm (cattle property) and work all my days off.
    Sorry if I've taken this off topic.
     
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  2. RI Chevy

    RI Chevy DollyKitaStihlvarna Runner

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    Cool. No worries. All good. Thank you sir!
     
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    shadco Super OPE Member

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    That’s kind of a mic drop now isn’t it?

    Here are mine, ROG, and Casstrom on the almike.

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  4. RI Chevy

    RI Chevy DollyKitaStihlvarna Runner

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    Nice. Which one you like better?
     
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    shadco Super OPE Member

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    The ROG handle guard is better takes time to get it tight it’s very stiff.

    Probably go with badger claw sheath for the almike, it looks nicer and I don’t really like the HB sheath, nice leather but the fit is poor.

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  6. RI Chevy

    RI Chevy DollyKitaStihlvarna Runner

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    Yes. I agree.
     
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  7. shadco

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    So Almike and Badger Claw sheath.

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  8. gurwald

    gurwald Well-Known OPE Member

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    Just finished this for my trusty HB Arvika axe.

    Bad lightning but its 10:53 pm here...
     

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  9. ajschainsaws

    ajschainsaws Axes never run out of Gas

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    That is nice good job
     
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  10. RI Chevy

    RI Chevy DollyKitaStihlvarna Runner

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    Very nice attention to detail!
     
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  12. gurwald

    gurwald Well-Known OPE Member

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    Tack!

    Tack, I took some better pics in the morning sun.
    :zplayita:
     

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    ajschainsaws Axes never run out of Gas

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    ajschainsaws Axes never run out of Gas

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    Still very nice you got an eye for the leather work
     
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  15. gurwald

    gurwald Well-Known OPE Member

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    Started a few years ago with the leather work doing sheaths for my knives and belts and just whatever I felt I needed.
    Got inspired by the wedge puch Buckin Billy got from weaver and I made one for myself, not the right topic but the finished product, 3 10" wedges fit nicely.
     

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    Thanks Brother!
     
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    huskyboy Sorta a Husqvarna guy.

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    Very nice!
     
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