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ENZO Trapper Knife sheath.

Discussion in 'Bushcraft Tools' started by BC Woodsmen, Mar 6, 2012.

  1. BC Woodsmen

    BC Woodsmen Slightly Talkative

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    Hey guys, i just bought a Enzo Trapper.

    And i was wondering if anyone else here has one ? ... im asking cause i was thinking of putting on a Firesteel on the side of the sheath. As i don't want to damage the sheath was wondering if anyone has ever done this before ?.

    Thanks for any help or ideas. :cool:
     
  2. HillBill

    HillBill Very Addicted Site Donor

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    Normally firesteel loops are sewn into the welt part of the sheath. No other way to attach one in that way without unpicking the stitching far enough down the sheath and sewing the loop in. No damage then and it would look how it should.
     
  3. BC Woodsmen

    BC Woodsmen Slightly Talkative

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    Ya, kind of a tricky thing. Thanks for the idea " HillBill " i will look into trying that. Cheers