Classical English leather sheath of BeaverKnife.
It is found, practical, functionally and inexpensive!
Parameters of a sheath:
- Material - tannage. Vegetable tanning.
- Material thickness - 4 mm.Sizes: length - 210 mm without suspension, width - 50 mm.
- Color - an antique (henna-red), brown, noble brown and red, black....
- Color of a string of a seam - in tone to knife liners.
- Finishing processing: painting, wax.
- End faces: grinding, polishing, without any edge covering, wax.
Compatibility with BeaverKnife knives:
What here to tell? History of such sheath contains decades. The main idea of such form of a sheath - a possibility of winding on them and storage of a rope. Additional openings in the lower part of a sheath outlined by a seam can be for this purpose drilled.
Sheath is carried out from a uniform piece of skin, forming a belt suspension a thong reversing inside out. Attached fixture is used not to scratch a knife in a sheath. The thong has the increased size to give freedom to a sheath when the person sits down - the knife won't press in edges even at a thickness of trouser belt of 5-6 cm. In the lower part the longitudinal pro-rate is increased on height for a possibility of drilling of openings. Anything superfluous. Genius and prostotot.
Standardly we do under the right-handed person. If necessary, without problems we will make for the lefthander.
Additionally, the sheath can be equipped with a flexible belt suspension which allows you to quickly attach and remove the knife from the belt. Highly recommend this suspension for winter wear, the knife on this suspension going lower, and it becomes convenient to get to/remove from beneath winter jackets, not exposing the lower back. The solution, which is applied on the sheath BeaverKnife absolutely not seen previously anywhere else - ring-carbine. Amazingly easy and absolutely reliable! Such a suspension is removed from the scabbard in one motion, and the sheath can be used with hard suspension. The ring-carabiner allows you to attach a sheath knife to anything, from the backpack until the trolley-bus lines... :)