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Discussion Topic  RE: Best online leather supplier????? (in Accoutrements) by Stophel
The "vegetable tanned" leather I have gotten from Leather Unlimited was white, spongy, and stretchy.......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Best online leather supplier????? (in Accoutrements) by Stophel
Tandy (The Leather Factory) has definitely decreased in quality the past few years. I have recently......
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Discussion Topic  RE: New Snake Brand Butcher Knife (in Bladed Weapons) by Stophel
I'm still not a fan of the "Scandinavian grind". Oh, it looks neat, the knives are fine quality, and......
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Discussion Topic  RE: vigaroon (in Bladed Weapons) by Stophel
I have only used vegetable tanned leather from various sources. Oh, well, I really don't like black......
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Discussion Topic  RE: vigaroon (in Bladed Weapons) by Stophel
Might I suggest testing a few pieces of leather with the dye and letting it sit for at least six mon......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Leather boot soles (in Period Clothing) by Stophel
Learn to walk with leather soles. Use your heels for traction. People did it for centuries. ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Straight razor (in Bladed Weapons) by Stophel
The way straight razor afficionados talk, you should be able to get a glass-smooth shave. I have se......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Straight razor (in Bladed Weapons) by Stophel
I have some good, old razors that I can get sharp enough to cut you just by looking at them. And ye......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Old vs New (in Gunsmithing) by Stophel
Depends on which "originals" you are talking about. In, say, the 1770's and earlier, the barrels we......
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Discussion Topic  RE: At my wits end with L&R, Ideas? (in Firearms) by Stophel
I made this lock a few years ago with the L&R lock outer parts (plate, frizzen, cock, frizzen spring......
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Discussion Topic  RE: tinder box style (in Trekking & Primitive Skills) by Stophel
Was searching around the internet the other day and found this: ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: tinder box style (in Trekking & Primitive Skills) by Stophel
An Altoids box will always be pretty obviously an Altoids box, label or no label. However, I 'spect......
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Discussion Topic  RE: tinder box style (in Trekking & Primitive Skills) by Stophel
The only actual "Tinder boxes" I recall seeing from the 18th century are household items. Round tin......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Mohawk Belt Axe (in Bladed Weapons) by Stophel
I like mine, and actually want another and make a different handle for it. The design (though I wou......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Period-correct drinking water (in Trekking & Primitive Skills) by Stophel
I would dare to say that water today is at least as contaminated by "farm runoff" and other man-made......
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Discussion Topic  RE: revolutionary militia war clothing (in Period Clothing) by Stophel
As far as clothing goes, there is quite a bit available on the internet. This site came to my mind:......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Split front or pullover hunting frock (in Period Clothing) by Stophel
If one is wanting to be historical, then the most proper fabrics to use seem to be light to medium w......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Use of Cedar in the 18th Century. (in History) by Stophel
Every now and then you see an old log cabin made of (eastern) red cedar. I think that would be frea......
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