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  1. Militia Grade Leather

    We are now offering some militia grade scabbards and some suspension options all made in house by our own John Mitchell. So far we are only doing stitched up leather scabbards. We have dozens in stock, but we also offer a fast 3-4 day turn around on any custom orders. There are many different hanging options and stitch options. Just email and he will answer any questions and go over all of the options. Here is a small sample: For more pictures and examples please see : http://imakeswords.c...itialeather.htm Thanks, Matt
  2. Custom Hanger

    I know I promised a full tutorial on this piece and I will write one up and get it on the site, but for now, here she is. This fall I finished this hanger sword for a re-enactor and I just got it uploaded to our site and thought that I would share it with you all. It features a custom shaped wide sharp 27" blade with distal taper. double hand ground fullers(Swatton style). A short false edge at the tip. A custom shaped clamshell with a forged thumb ring. Spiral fluted cocobolo handle. A wrought iron end cap that was ground to shape. A forged Iron knucklebow that was left crusty(forge scale) by request of the customer. More pics and info here : Here are a few WIP shots I have a ton more in progress photos on our facebook here http://www.facebook....81225150&type=3 Thanks for looking. Comments always welcome!