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    Sheath / Holster for Mora Knife

    Don't be afraid to make one yourself. It's dead easy and you don't really need anything but sharp scissors. Watch a few YouTube vids and your there.
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    I hadn't thought about that. Are you talking about kydex or leather? I've never done anything with kydex before.

    I'll check out the link to the leather holster too. Thanks

    Now I'm not sure if I really want it around my neck or not. Maybe I've been watching Cody Lundin too much. (Dual Survival) I'm thinking the classic two maybe a little to big for a neck knife. I think I remember shug attaching one to his shoulder strap on his pack. That might work better. Decisions Decisions.

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    Sheath / Holster for Mora Knife

    Both are easy to work with. Measure five times cut once. With Kydex heat oven to 350, use gloves and a towel to squeeze the kydex around the knive. YouTube has good videos on doing it. Leather is nice because you can do 90% of the work with a drill. Cut out your leather tack it together with a little crazy glue, then drill tiny holes every 1/4 inch and sew together. Again YouTube.
    Carpe noctem!!

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    Jason does good work. The grizzly-outdoors.com Extreme is way cool too!

    http://www.grizzly-outdoors.com/shop...r-mora-triflex
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    Yeah, that extreme neck sheath is pretty cool but that cost almost as much as three of the knifes I bought lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aclawrence View Post
    Dang, I feel sorry for him. That sounds like a tough summer lol. Thanks, I'll send him a p.m. I also found some on this site that looks pretty nice. http://www.grizzly-outdoors.com/shop...2-kydex-sheath
    I bought one from Grizzly-Outdoors, good product though a little pricey it is a nice setup. More $$ than the knife. LOL

    -Cphobes

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    Thanks everyone, I've been talking to Jason in TN and hopefully I will be able to order one pretty soon.

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