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Have a look at the tutorials at the top of the page and read Gary Graleys ones .
There isnt one dedicated to just wet forming , but it is...
You dont need alot to get started , here is a thread I started years ago to test that theory....
It’s one of my own designs that I made a few years ago .
Here’s one for the smaller cadet sized SAK .
Let us know how you like the Cadet Gary .
Here is my work Companion for the last while in combination with a Spyderco .
A clipped pocket Slip/Sheath is the best solution for carrying a Traditional knife in your pocket or IWB , the only thing that comes close or...
Contact Gary here on the forum , he makes some great Buck sheaths .
Here’s a link to show some of his skills...
Sorry tried posting another pic , but something failed
Its a very old pic , and I cant remember exactly who made it , I'll dig it out of the cupboard later and have a look
Here's another old pic of it...
You should really glue the sheath together using contact adhesive before stitching it .
It is how most sheaths are made and it will eliminate the...
Are you still totin the stitchless sheath from years ago , or has it gone to the heaven
Sorry , its called a “ Voyageur “
Here’s a link to when I first purchased it and was after info ....
They did make the Cadet Voyager years ago , it’s my rarest SAK that I own , but dont use it much because it doesn’t have a key ring which I now...
If carrying only a SAK then a Farmer is my choice.
But the majority of the time its a Cadet in combo with a one handed opener .
I actually like the “plainness “ of the second sheath.
PS - how rough is the rough side of the Buffalo?