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Patriot Leather
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Any of you folks ever buy a knife sheath from Patriot Leather.
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#2
Not me........ but looks good, is this for the Skootum  Huh
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#3
Yes. I want to have both a neck sheath and a belt sheath for it.
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#4
Good to have options Shy
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#5
Matt
as in my congratulatory post on your acquiring the knife, wear it around the house on your neck to see if you can stand the weight before ordering a neck carry sheath, it is heavy...and a chest pounder
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.jpg   skookum dangler 009.JPG (Size: 2.34 MB / Downloads: 6) [attachment=9478][attachment=9478]I made several different length belt adapters with some leather and Chicago screws...


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#7
An option you can consider: Use your belt sheath and attach a long strap to it. It goes over your right shoulder, across your front and back, and under the left arm. It is out of the way, does not swing out in front while you bend over your fire, yet is very easily accessible. It doesn't thump you on the chest, either.

You can make the strap as comfortable as you want to support that heavy knife.

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i have an enzo trapper that i cut the dangler off. i then took a piease of paracord 3' long, folded it in half and put the folded end thru the d-ring and put the tag ends thru the folded area. now you can put an ove3r hand knot where its comfortable for a neck knife. if you want to dangle fold cord over and slip belt thru loops, if to long add another over hang not. ''BONUS'' paracord for tying things and a bow for friction fire.
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