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Wednesday, 7 October 2009

Sheaths, late summer, early fall 2009 ..

Pouch for a Scott Cook Lochsa
lined with soft veggie tanned, encased in tough and stiff halftanned leather..

a Dan Koster Bushcraft.

Busse ASH-1 LE, the good old Ratweiler pattern, with a somewhat different beltloop..

My first quality sheath in leatherlined kydex. It works like a charm!

there´s a SJTAC that agrees here..

a gorgeous Custom Hunter

Some Kydex for Izula and Scrapyard Scrapper 5

Technical Bushcraft Sheath.. paint it BLACK, and call it TACTICAL..

a Special One

This simple but effective pouch I made for wilderniss guide and instructor Stani Groeneweg: .

He works for the Discovery Channel as the survival expert and consultant on the Bear Grylls shows.

His knife is a modified Ontario TAK-1 in D-2 and he uses it on a daily basis in variety of environments. The pouch holds a Fallkniven DC-4 stone.

The sheath has a 0.08" kydex liner, and halftanned outers. Both sheath and pouch have a large drainage hole. There´s a comfortable shaped thumbpush.

Tally Ho!

New Folder Pouch Concept

I wanted to make a simple pouch that would allow as many carry options as I could think of, and this is it.

The ´backplate´ for beltcarry allows horizontal, vertical and canted carry. It sits very close to the body. With the backplate removed, the holes line up for a teklok or a set of molleloks to secure it flat to a vest.

The halftanned leather is extremely stiff and hard, and will keep it´s shape permanent. The knife locks in place and can´t be shaken out, but is easily drawn onehanded.

This one has no bottom in order to make it as compact as possible, but it can easily be made with a bottom, and-or a flap closure.

I hope you like it.. Comments are very welcome!

Other models:

lined folder pouches:

Lined with soft leather