1$ ! DIY: Dagger Leather Components

Intro: 1$ ! DIY: Dagger Leather Components

Note: My English is very bad, no one is willing to teach me, I speak Chinese...


      I like outdoor adventure and camping, so the dagger is essential (China banned the use of firearms, I am helpless.) Some knives do not have leather pendant. Very convenient. . . So I made a leather pendant, good-looking and practical. Cost: $ 1

Step 1: Materials

Materials: a piece of fake leather (used to make the cab floor, the rest after cutting to me. 0$ )
Rulers, oil pen, blade, (rivets, rivet buttons, processing fees 6 ¥)

Step 2: Cut

Step 3: Success!

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    erana_reborn

    1 year ago

    It's very nice, even if the particular dagger you're using doesn't *need* a leather frog (the word you were looking for - that's not a criticism, that's a nod at you complaining that nobody is willing to teach you English) ;-)

    That small metal piece of the scabbard's throat is meant for placing the dagger behind your belt itself, clipping over it so the dagger won't fall - much like you're using it to attach the scabbard to the frog. Just in case your frog breaks in the deep of the woods (it may happen), you know what to do. :)

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    erana_rebornerana_reborn

    Reply 1 year ago

    sorry for answering to my own comment - lack of edit button and noticing I forgot something. What I meant is that some scabbards meant for frogs like the one you made have just a small hook or even a simple stud to catch the litle hole, but yours happen to have a full belt clip. Lucky you!

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    metashade

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I really like your instructable! could you let me know where you purchased those daggers? they are very nice

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    metashadechndt2008

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Too bad I'm not coming to China anytime soon. I live practically on the other side of the world. Nice work!

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    curvy77

    5 years ago on Introduction

    wait ur allowed to carry around a visible blade in pubilic? lucky! if i tried that id get shot before i left my street. otherwise great desighn, maybe u could remove the fake leather, wet it and take a design and smash print it.

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    Grimmy Grim

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you. I've either that or a similar knife and you've provided a great example fo a fun project.

    With bayonets that sort of leather hanging device would be called a 'frog'. I don't know why it's called that.