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DeadPool Movie - Back Scabbard - 18cm tall
PhDPool I used the picture with the 18 cm measurement to make this scabard on my own out of wood. I incorporated magnets to hold it in place without the need of extra straps. Still trying to figure out exactly how I made it (was in a rush) and will have measurements for the build up eventually. My point is, this is a precise and accurate design you have and should be used as the standard for what the actual design looks. I attached a picture of what a finished product may look like (again, I just built mine using a single picture as reference so dimensions may not be exact.)


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