Here’s a few good pics showing the Drop-Loop sheath I make out of Kydex for the Bushcraft knife.
Fits a 2″ double-thick belt. The angled back (gets narrower as it goes up) allows for some rotational flexibility in carrying it..even with a full 2″ belt.
If you use a TekLok to belt carry you don’t have any flexibility. This gives you another option – also allows for more traditional lower carry like a leather sheath.
BarraKuda in 12c27 stainless steel, Orange G10, Kydex sheath
Congrats to the new owners!!
Have a look:
Pricing is as follows:
Basic Pouch sheath – will swap out at no extra cost.
Firesteel loop = adds $10
Square bottom, D-ring w/ Firesteel loop = adds $30
Square bottom w/ Firesteel loop & pouch = adds $50
These sheaths are made from thick, heavy leather (10-12 oz) with stout, sturdy hardware. Built to last and be used daily without fail.
The pouch fits a Swiss Army Knife or a small sharpening stone. I have a Victorinox Farmer in this one (can’t really see it in the pics) and it fits great with a little wiggle room.
For anyone that already has their MUCK and wants to order one directly – email me. I don’t need your knife, I have a wood model to work from.
More info on the MUCK knife can be found here: http://kosterknives.com/knives/MUCK
Thanks for looking!
I finished a few Monsters Nessies recently and finally got the sheaths back from Butch Hagedorn. I think you’ll agree he does GREAT work!
Showing 2 Dual-Carry sheaths and 1 Pouch – all in natural leather.
Enjoy a few more pics – like this crazy Cocobolo that looks like it’s on fire. Amazing grain. Very rare for Cocobolo.
And a couple in some very tough, grippy, long-lasting canvas micarta:
Hope you enjoyed seeing the pics!