Leather Shot Bags & Accouterments for the French & Indian War.

Leather Shot Bags & Accouterments for the French & Indian War.
Welcome to my Blog! My name is Darrel Lang and I specialize in the Replication of Leather shot bags & Accouterments made in the colonies by the harness and saddle maker of the18th century. All items are hand sewn using waxed linen thread, dyed, then treated with neatsfoot oil & bee’s wax. The leather used is of veg. tanned cow hide 2-3 or 4-5 oz. weight. Other materials used are pig skin, period correct linens for the 18th century and iron or brass buckles. Please take a look at what I have to offer. Thank you!

August 23, 2013

New Sheath

This morning I finished up a new knife sheath for the Capt.
I made up the sheath out of 5oz. veg. tanned leather, dyed it to match his belt pouch. I made the sheath a little longer then the previous one because I wanted to form the leather around the handle so to keep it secured in the sheath also to better protect the nice wood handle. As requested I add a leather tie so it can be tied to the belt.
The Capt. knife was made by Ben Hoffman of Hoffman Reproductions. If you would like to see what Ben has to offer you can send him a e-mail to  hoffmanreproductions@yahoo.com

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