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Thread: I want to see some slick Ratmandu sheaths

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    I want to see some slick Ratmandu sheaths


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    I think I want Kydex but I'm open to anything. I want to put a Maxpedition type single pouch on the front for some goodies. Come one come all, please show your Rat and her britches!

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    It is made of thick 8-9oz leather by Dwayne Puckett. The knife fits in nice a snug and doesnt move or rattle at all. The loop for my firesteel is perfect too. If you are looking for a leather sheath I highly recommend you check Dwayne out. I did my research and he beat everyone else's price of what I wanted by 50 dollars. He responds quickly to emails, is very patient with customers, and is very pleasant to deal with. His website is www.armoralleather.com


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    Still my favorite RMD sheath by far. In fact I finished out three of those exact sheaths in one order to three different people. I guess its a hit!

    Thank you for posting that!
    Dwayne Puckett

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    I've got to get some pictures taken of the one I had Dwayne make for me. I love the carry options we came up with, and with the blue dyed Emu inlay, it is sexay as well! All snaps are "pull-the-dot" one way snaps, so it can't come open on accident. Horizontal and vertical carry options. I have already used the horizontal carry loop on the shoulder strap of a backpack, and it worked EXTREMELY well!

    ETA pics from Dwayne:



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    Here's a tan setup I made a while back.

    And a green setup also.

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    Here are my two AzWelke sheaths.

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    That is a beautiful sheath. I love the blue.




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    Beautiful AND functional!!! Dwayne is the man!
    "Heh heh heh. That's not a knife... THAT'S A KNIFE!!!" Mick D., 1986
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