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Better carry sheath for a Sharpfinger

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Brian Williams, Jul 10, 2008.

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  1. Brian Williams

    Brian Williams Moderator Emeritus

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    I want to carry my Sharpfinger IWB somehow and would like a better sheath and probably would like something in Kydex.
    Help.
     
  2. Todd A

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    hso Moderator Staff Member

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    Buy Mike Sastre's DVD set on kydex and make your own.

    BTW, why would you want to carry the Sharpfinger IWB??? A fighter it ain't.
     
  4. Brian Williams

    Brian Williams Moderator Emeritus

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    Fighter is ain't but it is a nice sharp knife, tis what I have and is better than a slippie for defense.
     
  5. Eleven Mike

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    Keeps the sheath from hanging up on things.
     
  6. Mongrel

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    I saw this article:

    By a gentleman named Fred Perrin on the usability of the Schrade Sharpfinger and Wolverine knives as self-defense. Interesting read and definately lays to rest all the clamor over *needing* the latest and greatest...

    Also shows a kydex sheath for the Sharpfinger.
     
  7. SimpleIsGood229

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    Tom Krein, a member here (Tom Krein), does Kydex sheaths. I'm going to send my Spyderco Streat Beat to him for a new sheath.

    I will say that if his sheath work is as good as his re-grinding work, he makes very, very, very good sheaths. Excellent customer service, too. :)
     
  8. Mike Sastre

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    Here's an example of my Drawpoint IWB sheath for the Street Beat. DVD set shows how to make similar sheaths. Also produce these as a stock item.
     

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