Archery arrow quiver.This arrow quiver is the result of many hours of research to develop a product that I found to be as much at home whether you take it hunting, target shooting or simply casual stump shooting. You can use it left or right handed and it should be worn across the shoulders. It is made from double layers of about 2 millimeters thickness each of top quality leather, bonded together in such a way that it always retains its shape. Hand sewn (not machine stitched!) and hand dyed to reach the perfect colour I was looking for, these heavy duty quivers will last a lifetime. Price on request.
We all have an axe or two at home. Maybe we inherited them, or even bought them. Just like any other cutting instrument/tool, an axe should be sharp to be effective. It is important to protect this cutting edge, both for the damage it could do to people or other objects, and to protect it from getting blunted when not in use. These axe covers, made from about 2.5 to 3.5mm vegetable tanned, full grain leather can do just that for your axe. Stitching are all done by hand, using top quality European made, waxed synthetic braid.
When ordering, please provide me with the measurement of the cutting edge width, measured in a straight line from one sharp corner to the other (bit), as well as the distance from the centre of the cutting edge to the flat back (poll). Price is 40.00Au plus postage (12.00 fixed in Australia).
These specific covers features a built in sharpening stone pouch, for those outback trips when you may have to sharpen from time to time. This option is only available for axes with a bit larger than 120mm. These sell for 65.00AU, plus postage. Axe puck pouches are also available separate, with a belt loop so you can carry your sharpening stone on your belt. I find these especially handy. made from the same leather than the axe covers, these pouches fit most Lansky and similar type sharpening stones/axe pucks. Dimensions are approximately 75mm across, by 25mm thick.
These pouches sell for 38.00AU, plus postage. I prefer to send registered post, which works out 12.00AU in Australia, and 23.00AU, everywhere else in the world. If you buy two, postage remains the same. So talk to your friends, or get someone a gift!