handsaw sheathe from PVC tube...

Discussion in 'Various other stuff' started by uberfreak9, Jul 29, 2015.

  1. uberfreak9

    uberfreak9 Lord Of Crows

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    Hey there. I usually bring my handsaw with me on hikes but despite some precautions like wrapping the blade in a shopping bag I seemed to always dig the saw teeth into me at some point... so I found this DIY PVC sheathe design online somewhere and it works well... I finally found a use for those two rubberized reusable twist ties that I had as well... the photo is from the Iron Horse Trail (Olallie State Park) I was hiking last Sunday and a sunbeam hit an old cedar stump lighting up a nice red glow... :D
     

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  2. bigdh2000

    bigdh2000 Administrator

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    That's a whole lot of saw. I use this.
     

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  3. uberfreak9

    uberfreak9 Lord Of Crows

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    Ha! I actually had one of those but have no idea where it is now... but I need my 14inch blade as I prefer meaty meaty forks if you recall. :D
     
  4. pelleteer

    pelleteer Middle Aged Delinquent

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    This ought to cut some meaty forks.

    [​IMG] :D

    Nice work on that sheath. :cool:
     
  5. uberfreak9

    uberfreak9 Lord Of Crows

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    cool... I've always been fascinating by gargantuan-sized machinery for some reason. :D
     
  6. seppman

    seppman Folding-Ladder Expert

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    The Tajima Alumnist got ~12inch. Maybe enough? :)
     

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  7. uberfreak9

    uberfreak9 Lord Of Crows

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    Sometimes the right tool is a flint chisel and your forehead to pound it in. :D