HandyDave Strikes Again!

Our own @HandyDave just sent me a scabbard I had made for a young fella in the National Guard. He has a Mossberg Shockwave that will look great in this piece. I told Dave to go wild and boy did he ever. The detail in the hand carvings is amazing. Be sure to see @HandyDave for some outstanding leather work. I just wish he would make me some genuine ostrich cowboy boots. Sorry Dave I’m just new boot goofin.

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@beezer wow! Awesome work @HandyDave Im still loving my EDC belt! Thank y’all both!

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That scabbard is the first piece ive ever done that when it was gone i missed it. I wanted to make the young mans day when he gets the gift brain @Beezer got for him. Its a great show piece for the work i do and hopefully everyone who sees it will have to know where it came from. Theres 2 days of just hand carving on that piece. Then hours and hours dying and painting all the details. And the 6 round slide can be attached on sling across the chest or worn on 1 1/2" belt. I love what i do and im thankful for people loving the work as well. Im glad your edc belt is still holding strong @Kona and thank the brotherhood here for the kind words. Heres couple other pics of scabbard as it progressed.





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I’ve been wearing my belt every day since June when he made it for me. It has held up better than any belt I’ve ever owned.

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@Beezer same! It’s my go to belt! Never leave home without it

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Looks great. Dave does great work.

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I might add before some of the big eyes comes by these pics. The pic of back of scabbard that has a taped handle short shotty in scabbard is a cardboard shockwave model i made for the build. It is NOT a unmarked back ally trunk purchase. I glue the layers of cardboard together and use the electrical tape wound tight to get more of a rounded finished diameter. I know with this crowd it is just a matter of time before someone ask about the taped up sawed off in pics.

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