Making a Scabbard?

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A scabbard is the case in which the blade of a sword or dagger is kept. It is also called a sheath.
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scab·bard
[skab-erd]
NOUN
1.
a sheath for a sword or the like.
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT)
2.
to put into a scabbard; sheathe.
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In simple terms, a scabbard is a sword carrier consisting of a rigid core (as opposed to a sheath which has no rigid core), usually covered with a textile covering, which protects both the sword and its owner from harm. Some scabbards have a lining often of wool or felt. Some do not have the textile covering. Other scabbards however have complex systems to allow the user to wear them.
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