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    I don't know what exactly it is but I like it. Thinking a small contract perhaps for cutting the brush in Saudi Arabia. Not sure what type blade to call it. Looks like a cross between a Bolo and a Bowie.




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    I'd love to have it for the same reasons... Lets see the home made scabbard?
    Regards, Jim

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    I was actually thinking of cleaning up the scabbard a bit making it look more "professional". The guy took one of the modern soft plastic machete scabbards also military marked and cut it in the general shape of this and then melted the seams together and then drilled a bunch of drainage holes in it. I actually haven't taken any photos of it but I'll take some later today after yard sales.

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    Here's the scabbard. I smoothed out the edges a bit with sandpaper and a soldering iron so it looks better. It will do until I find something better.




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    I see now. Yes, I'd use some of this Latigo leather I have handy and make a scabbard like I had to for another couple that were in need...
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