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bdcochran 01-18-2013 21:50

Kydex sheath for Glock knife
 
Who makes a kydex sheath for the Glock knife.

I will be more specific. If you view a kydex sheath for a Ka Bar product, you will observe that the sheath does more than cover the knife. The basic sheath is surrounded by additional kydex material that has a series of holes or attachment points. This allows a ka bar knife to be set up as a vertical sheathed knife, a horizontal sheathed knife, a knife attached to molle or even a knife sheath attached over the back of a pack.

Thank you in advance for any information.:wavey:

imaguy3 01-19-2013 10:37

There's a guy here in Tucson that does work like that. He recently made me a sheath for my hunting knife... His website is way out of date, but the work is top knotch! He uses these Tek-lok belt attachments. http://www.blade-tech.com/Large-Tek-...re-pr-841.html

He had my knife for a little over a week. I'll try to put a picture up tonight after work.

Mine was a basic sheath with the tek-lok and cost $50.

http://www.buybrownholsters.com/knif...y_products.htm

imaguy3 01-20-2013 09:47

3 Attachment(s)
Here's a cple pics. I ordered coyote (probably shouldn't have had it on my similar colored workbench haha), he has a bunch of different colors as well as camo.

I have the belt attachment so in the crossdraw position, but you can easily adjust it to be straight up or even upside down if that's what you want.

1smoothredneck 01-23-2013 18:54

Dale Frickie(sp?). I'm sure he can do this for you.

NeverMore1701 01-23-2013 23:31

Quote:

Originally Posted by imaguy3 (Post 19888695)
Here's a cple pics. I ordered coyote (probably shouldn't have had it on my similar colored workbench haha), he has a bunch of different colors as well as camo.

I have the belt attachment so in the crossdraw position, but you can easily adjust it to be straight up or even upside down if that's what you want.

That looks very similar to the ones I've made, but I use small Tek-Loks :supergrin:


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