I recently assembled a Kibler SMR and decided that the rifle needed a bag that was more aesthetically suited to the SMR than the previous bags I have made, and so I made this bag to service my SMR. Cowhide body and flap, elk hide binding, goat hide outer flap hinge mated to deerskin inner flap hinge, canvas liner, hand forged buckle and deer antler toggle. Hand sew with waxed linen thread. Given a slightly worn used appearance, oiled, dyed and waxed. The small repair patch was a happy accident. During assembly I was unhappy to discover a dime sized very thin spot of leather that would likely tear at some future date and so I reluctantly did a preemptive repair. After completion of the bag I grew to like the patch, gives the bag a bit of character I think.