I'm interested in seeing what pocket sheaths (with and without clips) you guys are using for your EDCs and WCs (weekend carry). Here's mine ... been carrying it everyday for the last week to test drive this combination of materials and design.
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2. Here's my Un-X-LD lockback in a GEC sheath. Nice functional sheath for about $12. It will work with quite a few of my folders. I think I'm going to get another that I can use with my thinner profile knives as this one has stretched out a bit to accommodate the thicker knife - it fits perfectly - just the right amount of snugness. 3. Registered User Join Date May 2012 Location One side of the bridge Posts 1,780 I use this for my moose, knife is tethered to my belt, keeps from falling out when crawling around and such, also keeps the knife suspended in pocket in the vertical position, zero weight in pocket, don't even notice it is there. I don't keep items in pockets with my knives, but with this method of carry I do keep other items in pocket. Peanut wore the hole in my coin pocket. 4. I've always carried multiple items in my pockets. To protect my precious knives and have a little order, I made this pouch. Every item I always carry has a slot, so there's no need to fumble around until the fingers find the thing they are looking for. Plus the cell phone doesn't get too scratched up. I made this as a prototype to see how it works out. It's been about two years now, so it may be time to finally grab some nicer leather 5. Registered User Join Date Dec 2004 Location Haliburton Ontario Posts 3,455 Here are a few different pocket/belt/neck sheaths. Regards Robin [IMG][/IMG] [IMG][/IMG] [IMG][/IMG] 6. Here is a shot of one I made for my gec. And here is one I made for a good friend: 7. Registered User Join Date May 2007 Location Ohio Posts 2,249 my first attempt at the pocket sheath and my 3rd or so attempt at tooling... or fancy cowboy pants for my stockman Gene 8. Well done IVANKERLEY 9. Registered User Join Date Aug 2008 Location Sachse, TX Posts 2,937 10. Registered User Join Date May 2007 Location Ohio Posts 2,249 Originally Posted by C Ben Susrool Well done IVANKERLEY thanks appreciate the praise gene 11. Registered User Join Date Dec 2005 Posts 126 GEC 73 Yellow Rose with a sheath I made for it. Last edited by ChrisY; 10-26-2012 at 03:12 PM. 12. Registered User Join Date Sep 2012 Posts 129 Originally Posted by Zuchus Here's my Un-X-LD lockback in a GEC sheath. Nice functional sheath for about$12. It will work with quite a few of my folders. I think I'm going to get another that I can use with my thinner profile knives as this one has stretched out a bit to accommodate the thicker knife - it fits perfectly - just the right amount of snugness.

What model GEC knife is that?

13. Here's one I made for myself. I was experimenting with carrying in my left pocket, but I went back to the right pretty quickly.

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Sheath?!? I don't need a stinkin' sheath! It's a knife! Not porcelain (at least not mine)!

I've had one sheath but as it had a hole in the top and bottom I did not trust it. I've contemplated trying to make some but just haven't gotten around to adding it to my 10:30pm-1:30am list (when I get to do my thing some nights). I've recently began trying my hand at leather so thanks for all of the ideas.

I just realized that I have carried one slipjoint in a sheath- this little lobster just got retired for now, and I've carried it in the sheath it came in since I bought it- mostly because its red to be honest!

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An older pic... but I made this sheath by myself. Not the best work, I know, but my first selfmade

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This is my edc setup

but I also plan to make something like this for my best GEC

I'd also like a mission wallet at some point...

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Originally Posted by Corso
This is my edc setup

I love this setup. Like I said in the another thread, you have wonderful tastes. Did you make them yourself?

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awesome sheaths guys, i love the complexity of some of the sheaths designed to hold more than one knife\item.

Heres one i made for a mora and one for a sodbuster, obviously i have a lot to learn from you people, but i like simplicity.

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I love this setup. Like I said in the another thread, you have wonderful tastes. Did you make them yourself?
thanks mate - I did make them, I use an awl freehand to give it a rustic finish

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Here's my Laguiole my wife bought me for our 10 year.

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