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Here's a pancake knife sheath I did a while ago for a friend. 6-8 oz. Veg tan.

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Ryan 

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Looks fantastic as with all of your work!

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Looking good, as always.  You're really nailing the bar grounder!

- Bill

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Nice work, again! 

Attached is a pic of my pancake knife...

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Clean work well executed!

I have to give the bat grounding a try.

 

Keep up the great work

 

Ross

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3 hours ago, alpha2 said:

Nice work, again! 

Attached is a pic of my pancake knife...

pancake knife.jpg

Haha! I'll work on a sheath for that one! :D 

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3 hours ago, billybopp said:

Looking good, as always.  You're really nailing the bar grounder!

- Bill

Thank you! I started having a lot more success with my bar grounding when I switched from tandy grounders to Barry's grounders. You get what you pay for! 

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I was wondering why my bargrounding wasn't making a great impression.  (sorry for the pun)  I thought it was me just not used to it and still being a novice.  I think I'm doing it right and have pretty good results with other generic bar grounders but now Ima thinking about upgrading to BK's bar grounders.   I have his bevelers and they do make a difference.   And so you're right.  You will get what you pay for!

 

 

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That did turn out nice!  And, @JayEhl, let us know if you get BK bar grounders, and if they really make a difference for you!

YinTx

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