Woodsmaster Volume 14
Crafts for the Field Survival Video covers some of the skills we get asked about most . This video investigates the thermoplastic called Kydex and how to mold and use it. It shows you how to cover a Kydex sheath (one you already own or one you make following the video instructions) with leather to give the sheath that Woodsmaster look without losing the safety of Kydex.
The video shows you how to make a small concealed carry holster from kydex, how to make leather buttons, a ditty bag, and a special Woodsmaster fingerless glove. Along the way you will learn a bunch of special Woodsmaster tricks and techniques. The skills in this video can save you much more than the cost of the video AND give you the skills you need to make your own gear for the field. It's a stunner and fun to watch as well! (1 hour and 45 minutes)
This video can save you hundreds of dollars. With the skills you will learn you can start fabricating holsters, sheaths, cases and a ton of other things you will use in the field. Why buy it when you can make it for 1/10th of the price?
You won't always have a ruler with you. See why it's important to have a measuring technique you can count on.
Trash from a construction site can be very useful when working with leather. See how!
You can buy or make your own tools for leather working.
Learn about Kydex, the thermoplastic and how to work it.
You'll see how to make a simple knife sheath with Kydex
Once you are finished it will be serviceable but lets make it better!
We'll show you how to cover your Kydex sheath with leather. If you already have a Plastic sheath and want it to look woodsy... these instructions are for you!
Not only will you learn to make a woodsy but safe sheath you'll learn how to make "conchos"
See how to make this fingerless glove.
Learn how to make leather buttons like this from scraps.
Learn a technique that saves leather and helps you make a cool leather ditty bag.
This is that bag... It does more than hold stuff though...
See how to make a concealed carry holster and then cover it with leather... this one we made in less than five minutes!
Believe it or not, I was so impressed with this series of videos that it was one of the reasons I started CampingSurvival.com. Being a former Marine and outdoors enthusiast, I greatly appreciate the excellent job Ron and Karen Hood do of sharing their vast knowledge of camping and survival skills. However, despite all that they teach in every video, I still find them to be very entertaining as well. These videos are so enjoyable that they make me long for Spring even before winter has started! Buy one and I guarantee you'll want to buy them all!
- Tom Sciacca President JHL Supply/CampingSurvival.com
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