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Weaver Rubber #14 Saw Scabbard w/ Pouch - #08-03013

Weaver Rubber #14 Saw Scabbard w/ Pouch - #08-03013
SKU: WV-08-03013MPN: 08-03013GTIN/UPC: 000399169173
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  • Made in the United States of America!
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Product Description

  • Scabbard is constructed from black rubberized belting, pruner pouch made from top grain steer hide leather (fits most pruners 8" or smaller)
  • Pruner pouch is lockstitched and riveted separately and then riveted to the scabbard
  • 3/8" nylon washer at blade entry point protects saw and scabbard
  • Convenient nickel-plated d-ring on the back for attachment to a belt snap
  • Handy, large openings on side and bottom for easy cleanout
  • Fits many popular saws like the Fanno #4, #14, #FI-1311, #FI-k1500 and Corona #7010, #7120 and #7130
  • Front Length: 14-1/2" | Back Length: 19"


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