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#194786 - 07/14/21 04:05 AM Piggyback sheath makers
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Hey all, not sure where the best category for this is, but I've got 2 knives and I'd like to have a custom piggyback sheath made for them. My first preference was for Amy at Warlander, but when I reached out to her she said she was booked out into next year and wasn't taking orders at the moment. So then I thought of Mudbone, but can't find any contact info. Anybody know if Mudbone is taking orders? If so how can he be reached? Any other custom leather sheath makers I could try? I was hoping for something awesome with cool tooling and carving, maybe even some snake skin inlay or something. Any help is much appreciated!

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#194787 - 07/14/21 06:21 AM Re: Piggyback sheath makers [Re: nate-dogg]
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Brian (Rocco) at Behring?
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Edited by Shoot870p (07/14/21 06:22 AM)

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#194788 - 07/14/21 06:42 AM Re: Piggyback sheath makers [Re: Shoot870p]
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I sent Brian a message. Thanks.

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#194792 - 07/14/21 10:20 AM Re: Piggyback sheath makers [Re: nate-dogg]
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Tom Angle can do it, he's a leather artist. Find him on Facebook.

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#194795 - 07/14/21 10:33 AM Re: Piggyback sheath makers [Re: pappy19]
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Let us know how things turn out.
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#194801 - 07/14/21 07:53 PM Re: Piggyback sheath makers [Re: Shoot870p]
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Rocco said he's not up for it either. I reached out to Tom Angle, so hopefully he is up for it.

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#194802 - 07/14/21 09:01 PM Re: Piggyback sheath makers [Re: nate-dogg]
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Try Rowe's leather goods also, he shows a piggyback on the web site.
Great work but not inexpensive

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#194803 - 07/14/21 09:20 PM Re: Piggyback sheath makers [Re: Peter_Kaufman]
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I'll try Rowe's if Tom Angle doesn't want to. I had a Matt Lamey knife that was in a Rowe's leather sheath a long time ago and it was great quality so he's next on the list. Thanks for the replies.

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#194806 - 07/15/21 06:50 PM Re: Piggyback sheath makers [Re: nate-dogg]
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Rowe work is really nice.
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#194816 - 07/17/21 11:09 PM Re: Piggyback sheath makers [Re: Chief]
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Tom Angle has agreed to do it and quoted me 8 week turnaround so I'll post pics when I get it back!

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