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I made the handles.

1st is a Oak handle on a 6" x 1/2" rod

2nd is a deer antler on 5/16" rod
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30-06 case necked to 6mm. 1/4" x 2.5" rod press fit with epoxy in case. Grade 5 1/4" bolt lathe cut to square edge for use as an emergency scraper, into threaded case head. Red rubber gasket completes the waterproof seal for the waste gunpowder stored inside the case. Enough for 10 emergency fire starts. Almost nothing takes a spark like gunpowder.

I have a few 50 BMG cases with 1/2" x 6" rods for BOL use.

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Lighter Jacket for BIC. 2' of recoverable artificial sinew in the double needle locking stitch which is also back stitched on both ends. Both seams are also glued, so it remains useful should the thread be required elsewhere. The long seam is treated with jeweler's rouge for stropping a blade. With a longer lanyard the lighter will hang inside your shirt warm and dry. Because it hangs flint down it always sparks.

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