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    - BushMaster Drop Loop Kydex Sheath


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    Check out this Drop Loop Kydex Sheath for the BushMaster knife.









    Whatch think?

    Dan

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    Hmmm....

    Dan, do you have any yellow liner material? I see a Green Bay Packers theme knife in my future!

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    Yes I do!

    Dan

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    What're these going to go for? BTW, Bushmaster arrived last week . . . very, very nice!

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    Bushmaster here as well. What's the chance you might be parting with a sheath like this?

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    These are $55 for the BushMaster and I can make it to any "depth" you want. (in other words....how far above the loop do you want the butt of the handle to rise)

    Just shoot me an email. I still have a BushMaster in the shop to model it from - so you don't have to send me your knife. But in a short while, I won't.

    Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Koster View Post
    I can make it to any "depth" you want. (in other words....how far above the loop do you want the butt of the handle to rise)

    Just shoot me an email.
    Hi Dan -- that's very interesting to hear! I would like my Budget 3V sheath (Kydex-D+TK) to ride a bit deeper (Budget 3V order #73). If you split the difference between your picture and a "full drop," that should be about perfect for me. To my eye, this means about an extra 1" - 1.25" or so more drop.

    Email on the way!

    Thanks!

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    That looks like a great sheath. I will email you shortly.

    BTW, I received my Bushcrafter the other day and the blade is awesome, feels so light in hand.

    Best,
    Noel
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    Recieved mine today. Exactly the way I wanted it:

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    Thanks, Dan!

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    Glad to hear it, Abaniko!

    Thanks for the pics!



    Dan

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    Dan, were you able to switch my JRE sheath to this one instead, I really like how they came out.

    Thanks Jason
    I live in the 909.

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    Yep!

    Dan

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    Thank you, and I sent the balance owed by Paypal for the price difference.
    I live in the 909.

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    Got it - thanks!

    Will be doing kydex tomorrow. I'll keep you posted.

    Dan

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