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    Leather punch holder

    Hi all!
    I built an holder for leather punch. Steel made, for 2mm rod professional type punch.
    I applied a knurling for a better control on grip. The M4 grain block the tool in position and prevents slip.
    I have to buy a new grain of correct size, in 5th picture I mounted one I had available only for test.
    I not consider this a tool, but since I had to make a drawing for a friend, I decided to post here, maybe it can be an ispiration for someone
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    Thanks rendoman! We've added your Leather Punch Holder to our Leathercraft category,
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    Thanks rendoman, I can use that idea as I do work on leather sheaths, holsters etc etc.

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    Nice one Stefano. Great idea to have some beef behind and control with those needles. I know I have about stabbed my self heartily when I used to do leather work. I may make one my self as I want to build a new sheath for my dads old hunting knife I restored a few years back. Thanks for sharing it! ~PJ
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    Hi all!
    I'm glad you like it!
    I omitted in the drawing the total length because of hand size. I leaved some beef behind, trying to avoid shot of hammer , plus I leaved the lower part straight in order to have a good rest for pinkie. I found very convenient to use pinkie as centering guide and good for extraction. I found here from local leather "pro" shop replaceable punch bits, about 1 euro each, in different size, I tried also to use table drill to make the leather job, but I think the hand method is more accurate and fast

    Good luck with the new sheat and leather works!
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    Made me laugh, out loud at that. Good job Stefano, on all leatherwork you've been posting. I've done a little, had forgotten all about it, ages ago.
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