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1940's case Hunting Knife

I am looking for a new knife sheath for my 1940ís case hunting Knife any

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    I am looking for a new knife sheath for my 1940ís case hunting Knife any ideals? I knew the old timer who said he carried this in WWII.






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    Having a new sheath will destroy the originality of the knife, leave it as is, it will be genuine all round, plus the sheath is named

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    I am not going to though the other out i just want a better sheath for it while hunting so i don't loose it in the woods (yes I still carry it hunting like my dad and his dad.)

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    If thats the case , why not get a leather craft maker to make on for you, he will make it to size and a good fit

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    If thats the case , why not get a leather craft maker to make on for you, he will make it to size and a good fit
    I have thought of that also but there are very little leather smiths if any were I live

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    here is what the blade looks like

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