Ask them ? I can't see why not, everything else service wise they seem to fix and service.
The Genzow sheath has plenty of spacers, 5 that I see for a total width of about 3/4". I don't think the stitch damage was from the blade cutting it from inside the sheath.awa54 wrote: ↑Sat Jan 26, 2019 6:55 pmAxe sheathes often have this problem... it's because the handle generates lots of leverage then as the blade rocks around in there the two faces of the sheath guide the blade right to the stitching. The only way to make one that will never have this issue is to put a leather spacer layer between the inner and outer faces of the sheath (edge hits leather, not thread), or to make the sheath/guard a loose enough fit near the edge that it can't get to the stitching, or so tight around the poll that the blade can't shift around at all.
Sorry for your trouble! If you don't get a satisfactory solution to the problem. ..hit me up via PM. My wife makes custom leather sheaths for most of my fixed blades.... I can have her try to fix it for you no charge!BadFish wrote: ↑Sat Jan 26, 2019 11:44 amI got the genzow hatchet for Christmas and I’ve used it extensively for deer hunting season clearing lanes for shooting.
I love this hatchet how light it carries on the belt and so forth. The sheath tho today when I looked at it I have an issue.
The stitching is already coming apart
What can I do ? For 175 bucks I’d expect a little better on a sheath. Any recommendations?
sal wrote:Knife afi's are pretty far out, steel junky's more so, but "edge junky's" are just nuts.
SpyderEdgeForever wrote: Also, do you think a kangaroo would eat a bowl of spagetti with sauce if someone offered it to them?
I can see how this could happen under the above circumstances, but like SF Native said, there doesn't appear to be any external sheath damage.