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DIY Sheath mod

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WolfSpring

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Post Mon Jun 27, 2016 4:35 pm

DIY Sheath mod

Hey guys, I know I don't get on much been living life and working hard. Been doing a lot of outdoor/survival stuff and selling knifes. Thought I'd show you all a cheap little 15 minute sheath mod for a firestarter. I know my sewing job is ugly but it gets the job done. Used an old piece of ACU and some nanocord for sewing.


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Nothing special and it's a cheap Mtech knife but these guys are great for training and will take a beating I just wanted to add a firesteel to it so when I let someone I'm training use it they have a one stop shop. I like to teach knife only survival, nothing serious just walk out in the woods chop down some dead trees start a fire build a shelter and go home. Kinda like day camp for adults and kids to learn and the fact I've got $10 invested in this knife and fire starter no harm if it gets lost.
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Neilau

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Post Mon Jun 27, 2016 11:18 pm

Re: DIY Sheath mod

Nicely done.

I haven't heard of Mteck knives. Just spent a few mins. going through them to find the one in your pic.

Nice looking blade. Perfect shape and only $10. I'd get one but I haven't seen them over here.

I have an acquaintance that got the bear Grills survival knife --- what a POS. Outrageous price $80. Steel is pretty average.

I thought the sheaf was nice with the flint and diamond hone but it started to split down the side. The only thing I can say is that it would be better than nothing in a survival situation.

Thanks for the idea and I'll keep a look out for Mtech knives over here. Like guns, you can't have too many knives LOL.
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WolfSpring

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Post Tue Jun 28, 2016 12:34 am

Re: DIY Sheath mod

Mtechs are cheap china knives, but the fixed blade ones like this are pretty much a chunk of metal with an edge so they do hold up quite well, not the best knife but it works.
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